A pragmatic grad student must decide what's real. Her robust and comprehensively analyzed theory on "love." Or what's staring her right in the face.
Driven, competitive, and single-minded Ph.D. candidate Ingrid Harmon can help you get over him.
Using the best scientific methodologies, her latest paper provides a comprehensive analysis to explain how you most likely never even really liked him to begin with.
Who cares if her condescending soon-to-be ex-boyfriend kicks her off the most important sociology dissertation of her life because he thinks her revolutionary ideas are too fluffy?
She can just return home to do her own study and get all her answers. Nothing can stop her.
Until she needs to test her theories on Connell Matthews, her very first and biggest, stupidest crush ever. It doesn't help that Connell has grown hotter in the last seven years or that maybe he's no longer the immature playboy jock from high school.
But Ingrid is not an insecure sixteen-year-old nerd anymore either. Surely, she would have no problems staying focused to complete her paper, right...?
Will Ingrid's theory fall flat on its face or will her experiment fail...successfully?
My Review: 4.5 STARS
I have read Breaker’s work before and loved it, so when I saw this one, I had to pick it up. I adored Connell from the first meeting, though it took me a time to warm up to Ingrid. Watching them come together and following the twists and turns had me not wanting to put the book down, to get lost in their romance and how things might work out for them. By the end of the book, I was hooked on the two of them together and adored it. My only issue was Ingrid being a bit abrasive which took me time to get used to, but once I did, I was there for it! Recommended to all who love a good romance!
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