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BERKLEY (05/07/2022)
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It will take the frosty terrain of the Arctic to show these rival scientists that their chemistry burns hot.

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

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I have read it under one format "Loathe to Love you", threee stories together and I believe this is how AH meant it to be.

- "Under one roof" is the typical love to hate story, a kind of "Pride&Prejudice" inspired relationship. He is mysterious, sexy and a bit obnoxious, Mara is strong, defensive and set in her ways. Together they find something special and even though there are no much surprises, AH used her great talents to again captivate us. We enjoy them living together even when forced, the last thing we hope for is that she moves away.

- "Stuck with you" also develop a kind of love to hate story but the main plot is based on assumptions. Though the male character seemed fantastic, Sadi assumed she knew him or understood all, so she rejected love before giving him a chance to explain... well, being stuck together in an elevator should give him a chance to tell the truth!

- "Below zero" starts with a real strong attraction on both part and expectations separating them. The relationship doesn't have much chance to develop because he is sweet and sincere, but we mostly focus on Hannah who was a lot of personal and social issues. But she finds somebody who wants to be there for her and little by little she can accept it.

Why read these threee books together and in this order? Because the three heroines are very good friends. They are appart now but Mara, Sadi and Hannah still belong to each others life. The more we read, the more we learn on the tree of them and by the end of the third story they are reunited, and their men become friends as well. It is a nice progression.
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'Thank you, lan. For everything. Absolutely everything. I still cannot believe you came for me.'
He cocks his head. 'Why?'
'I don’t know. I just…' I could bullshit an answer for him. But it seems unfair. He’s earned more from me. 'I just can’t believe that anyone would do that for me.'
'Right.' He sighs and bites into his lower lip. 'Hannah, if that changes. If you ever find yourself able to believe that someone could care about you that much. And if you wanted to actually… have dinner with that someone.' He lets out a laugh. 'Well... Please, consider me. You know where to find me.'
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'Is that a yes on dinner?'
He laughs, low and beautiful And a little rueful. And after looking at me like no one else ever has before, what he says is, 'Yes, Hannah. It is a yes on dinner'.
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Extrait du livre audio « The Love Hypothesis » de Ali Hazelwood, traduit par Pauline Buscail, lu par Florine Orphelin. Parution numérique le 19 juillet 2023.
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