Love Theoretically

Another story of women struggles in the STEM world with a touch of Hazelwood’s characteristic humor and an enemies-to-lovers romance…

Love Theoretically
Love Theoretically by Ali Hazelwood, reviewed by Fae Reviews

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Love Theoretically

🔗Author: Ali Hazelwood

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Ali Hazelwood adds another STEM rom-com to her collection.


As usual, we get insights into the difficult world of academia: the power imbalance, the gender inequalities, the financial struggles, but with a touch of humor and the hope of happy endings.

What to Expect

  • Steamy enemies-to-lovers relationship
  • STEM world involving Physics
  • Scientific terminology
  • Power imbalance
  • Scientific humor
  • Slow flow sometimes

What I Missed

  • The MC inner dialogues slowed down the story.
  • The blend between the scientific terminology and the scientific humor with the rest of the story wasn’t as engaging as in previous STEM books.

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