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Love on the Brain: From the bestselling author of The Love Hypothesis

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Bee was funny asf and Levi just made my heart melt in ways i thought were impossible 🫠 his long ass monologues would be something i’d print and frame.

I'm a big fan of the love hypothesis and while I will agree that this book shares a lot of similar tropes and the whole 'massive guy, tiny women' thing I still really enjoyed it. Bee has a PhD in neuroscience, but she's struggling to find recognition and funding for her projects. Both characters are exceedingly likable, even when I was frustrated with the heroine's cluelessness - or reluctance?Aquí nos encontramos con Bree, una científica obsesionada con Marie Curie a la que de repente le ofrecen el trabajo de su vida como neuroingeniera de un gran proyecto de la NASA. Creo que una de mis cosas favoritas de este libro fue que, además de la historia de la vida real de Bee y Levi, también tenemos una especie de meta-historia twittera con los álter egos de estos dos personajes en redes sociales. She wrote imo one of the best debut romance novel and it blew up and because of that she’s just running with the same characters, the same tropes, the same settings, but different names and it failed. Levi’s pining that we don’t see from his perspective but are still aware of can be considered of the best parts about this. A face attached to a large, solid body—a body that is pinning me to the wall, a body made of a broad chest and two thighs that could moonlight as redwoods.

I have to admit, I really loved all of the scientific aspects of this book even more than usual, because BLINK deals with transcranial magnetic stimulation, something I've undergone myself and have never really seen mentioned anywhere else. For more details, please consult the latest information provided by Royal Mail's International Incident Bulletin. I was initially a bit distrustful of him – his bio says “he/him,” and we all know how men on the internet can be. The bright, bubbly woman is now a little more closed off, though she's incredibly excited about the career opportunity that has come her way.But Levi made his feelings toward Bee very clear in grad school - archenemies work best employed in their own galaxies far, far away. I'm also currently learning to crochet, so as you can tell I'm a super busy gal with an intense and exciting life! but boy did he give me and Bee nothing to work with at the beginning with his zero communication skills. He and Bee went to the same grad school, where his hatred of Bee was known by everyone, for reasons she never quite understood.

To make matters worse, the staff isn’t paying attention to her, Levi is somehow becoming an ally, and she finds herself exploring these new feelings about Levi’s new alliance that has her questioning herself. And as soon as she arrives at her work space: she finds out she doesn’t have one: because there’s shipment problem about her equipments and clock is ticking, her superiors force her to show them some scientific results about her project, the very same project she cannot start. This man was the Ideal Science Gentleman, which means he was Bee’s ideal of what the perfect man should be and the only one who had a reason for his horrible communication skills. Now, her equipment is missing, the staff is ignoring her, and Bee finds her floundering career in somewhat of a pickle.

I would have preferred one more scene where they did some touching/grinding before PIV, but it doesn't really matter at the end of the day. I love Levi with all my heart you know what i cant even tell you how much because I love him too much. Maybe TLH wasn’t the sexiest thing in the world, but Chapter 16 would never hurt me like this book did, that I know for sure. He still lets his parents speak over him, dictating what he should be doing instead of wasting his time or whatnot.

She has to confront that man who turns her life into hell by telling him how he makes her feel for years! With the lack of backstory, it can be difficult to understand his actions and interpretations of the world, including his closed feelings for Bee that he hides with a cold glance and supposed hate towards her because he can’t communicate his emotions well. The only reason I didn't give it a five star is because of that drama moment near the end 😂😂 it just felt soooo far fetched and it did ruin the romance for me a little as it so random to have it get that dramatic.I truly cannot fathom how her heroines (and sadly Bee is included) are soooo smart when it comes to academia, but not real life. It felt like everything was turned up a notch - the personality, the science, the chemistry, the pop culture references. it was fine in the love hypothesis but in this book it was like excessive it took me out of the story.

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