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Ali Hazelwood is an Italian neuroscientist and romance novelist. The main characters in it are women in STEM subjects and in science. Her first novel, The Love Hypothesis, was a New York Times bestseller. In 2022 she published three novels (first as audiobooks, then as e-books): Under One Roof, Stuck with You, and Below Zero.

Born and raised in Italy, Hazelwood lived in Japan and Germany before moving to the United States to pursue her Ph.D. in neuroscience. She currently works as a full time teacher.

BookStuck With You
AuthorAli Hazelwood
LanguageEnglish
Size1.8 MB
Pages127
CategoryRomance Novel

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Mara, Sadie and Hannah are first and foremost friends, always scientists. Though their fields of study may take them to different corners of the world, they all agree on this universal truth: When it comes to love and science, opposites attract and rivals inflame you…

Hannah has a bad feeling about this. Not only did the NASA aerospace engineer find herself injured and stranded at a remote arctic research station, but the only person willing to undertake the dangerous rescue mission was her longtime rival.

Ian was many things to Hannah: the villain who tried to veto her expedition and ruin her career, the man who stars in her delightfully spooky dreams… but he never played the hero. Why is he risking everything to be here? And why does his presence seem as dangerous to her as the approaching blizzard?

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To read the stories of Mara and Sadie, look for the novels Under One Roof and Stuck with You, available now at Berkley.

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That was very sweet. As someone who loved both The Love Hypothesis and Love on the Brain, I was excited to see Hazelwood’s novel series. That was the most successful for me; I loved the forced closeness of this couple trapped in an elevator together. Told in both flashbacks and the present, we get to the source of his misunderstanding and find out exactly how the hero feels about his previous one-night stand. It felt like a Hazelwood romance (quirky, unique, and a little nerdy) and satisfied my desire for a quick and easy read between books. Certainly not of the same caliber as the complete Hazelwood books, but this novel exuded its charm.

The story is about Sadie, a woman who gets upset when she gets stuck in an elevator with the guy she had a great night with a few weeks ago. Erik and Sadie had a chance encounter, and they spent a super giddy day together, so giddy that Sadie acted out of character by spending the night with him. Unfortunately the days after that night were significantly LESS power outages and Sadie now hates Erik. As the two spend time alone in that outfit, Sadie discovers that Erik might not be the terrible guy she thought he was after all.

Novels are inherently fast-paced and superficial, but this was very well done. It felt like Hazelwood’s other work while still delivering a story that’s easy to read in one sitting. We’re only getting Sadie’s perspective, so the reader’s opinion of Erik is based solely on their own bias. I liked having flashbacks to their original meeting and it was fun figuring out the situation. The forced closeness also creates a lot of sexual tension, and it’s easy to see why Erik and Sadie hooked up in the first place. I had no problem devouring it in one go, and it gave me a little taste of Hazelwood’s writing style between entire books.

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Not that I’m judging anyone else’s taste in romantic partners, but their male characters definitely fit the bill.

The good:

-I really love women in STEM, the Hazelwood theme continues in these stories. She’s good at showing people what these jobs are like.

  • He’s getting a lot better at writing male characters with personality. Erik is really very cute.
  • Consent is a big theme in your books. It’s so refreshing.
  • Very good profanity.

The bad:
-She’s really obsessed with big boys. Honestly, mention it once and move on.

  • trope of lack of communication. need i say more
    -The female character has to act like an idiot once again for me to believe this, and she has to be a brilliant engineer. Just answer his texts, for heaven’s sake!

All in all I would say the most important thing is that I really enjoyed reading it even if it frustrated me at times. So I give it a high score and recommend it to anyone who enjoys romantic comedy.

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