The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

“The Love Hypothesis” by Ali Hazelwood is a charming and witty romantic comedy that tells the story of a brilliant physics professor named Olive Smith, who is convinced that love is just a chemical reaction. When she runs into a former classmate, Adam Carlsen, who is now a successful and attractive scientist, she asks him to be her fake boyfriend to prove her theory that she can control love.

As Olive and Adam spend more time together, their chemistry and attraction become more and more difficult to ignore, and they find themselves falling for each other despite their initial agreement to keep things fake. Along the way, they confront their past traumas and fears, and learn to open up and trust each other.

Hazelwood’s writing is funny, smart, and engaging, and she has created a cast of quirky and lovable characters that readers will root for. Olive is a refreshing and relatable protagonist, and her journey of self-discovery is both humorous and heartfelt. Adam is a swoon-worthy love interest, and their banter and chemistry are electric.

“The Love Hypothesis” explores themes of self-discovery, trust, and the power of connection, and it does so with humor, heart, and a healthy dose of scientific theory. Overall, this is a delightful and entertaining read that is perfect for fans of romantic comedies and anyone looking for a fun and lighthearted escape.