Ali Hazelwood

Love, Theoretically Ali Hazelwood Book Review

Love, Theoretically | Ali Hazelwood | Book Review

Elsie Hannaway is a theoretical physicist. She also has Type 1 Diabetes, but her insurance doesn’t pay for her medical costs. Because of this, she ends up working for a fake dating app to make extra money. Elsie makes it to the last stage of her dream job, but she finds herself clashing with Jack Smith, an experimental physicist who happens to be the older brother of her favorite client.

Loathe to Love You by Ali Hazelwood Book

Loathe to Love You | Ali Hazelwood | Book Review

Ali Hazelwood, the brilliant author of the bestselling novel, The Love Hypothesis, has once again left us spellbound with her latest literary creation, Loathe to Love You. This time, Hazelwood brings to life a collection of three novellas, each featuring powerful women in STEM.
As we dive into the world of Loathe to Love You, we are introduced to a trio of the closest of friends, each of whom is an engineer by profession. Despite their intelligence and success, these women have a shared disdain for the notion of love.

The Love Hypothesis Ali Hazelwood Book

The Love Hypothesis | Ali Hazelwood | Book Review

Olive Smith is a 3rd-year Ph.D. student who doesn’t believe in long-term relationships. Olive’s best friend Anh is silently crushing on Olive’s ex. To prove to Anh that she is over him, and in a quick spur-of-the-moment decision, Olive panics and kisses the first man she lays her eyes on. As fate would have it, it turns out to be none other than Dr. Adam Carlson, a young brilliant professor, known for his moodiness.