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The Love Hypothesis combines several cherished romance and well-liked online clichés.
It was first published as fanfiction, like many other recent internet book sensations.
The first focus was on Rey and Kylo Ren from Star Wars.
This book introduces Olive Smith, a third-year Ph.D. biology student who rejects the idea of enduring love.
Unfortunately, Anh, her closest friend, believes in love.
Because of this, Olive suddenly panics and tries to persuade Anh that she is dating by kissing the first male she comes across.
And to make matters worse for her, that man is Adam Carlsen.
His reputation on campus is that of a hotshot junior lecturer who can be prickly.
For some reason, Adam plays along with Olive’s scheme and poses as her boyfriend.
Books Like the Love Hypothesis
These recommendations are worth adding to your reading list if you’re looking for books similar to the Love Hypothesis.
In Helen Hoang’s debut novel, The Kiss Quotient, Stella and Michael will steal your heart just as Olive and Adam did in the Love Hypothesis.
In terms of numbers, Stella Lane is a pro.
She makes more money than she knows how to spend by using her aptitude for arithmetic to forecast what clients will purchase, leaving her with little dating experience.
For Stella, who has Asperger’s, French kissing is like a shark having its teeth polished by a pilot fish.
She hires an escort, Michael Phan, to teach her everything about kissing in order to help her get over her reluctance.
Stella rapidly gains an appreciation for his kisses and develops a craving for the other sensations he gives her.
She learns that love is the best form of logic as they work together to make their relationship blossom.
Liya Thakkar is a happily single biochemical engineer who loves takeout.
When she discovers her parents are setting her up during their dinner party, she quickly leaves through the back door.
Imagine her amazement when the same man from the dinner shows up at her workplace a week later as the new attorney she hired to save her faltering business.
Jay Shah is a good-looking, pleasant, and competent lawyer.
Because of his haughtiness, Liya tries to avoid him, but she ends up falling for him.
She knows that before putting her trust in him, more investigation is required.
Can she know too much? Will their traumatic pasts ruin what they have?
Jasmine Lin Rodriguez, a soap opera star, has become the newest focus of the tabloids following a nasty public breakup.
She places all of her trust in her most recent project, a bilingual romantic comedy for the top streaming service in the nation.
This is because her public reputation and career are currently in peril.
Her new co-star is the only issue.
Ashton Suárez, a telenovela hottie in his most significant role, was fired.
He signs up for a new movie at the last minute with hopes of breaking into Hollywood since he fears that his own career is in danger.
He and Jasmine both need to show the public that they have smoldering chemistry to spare, but doing so after a disastrous first encounter is proving to be difficult.
Will they be able to withstand the pressure from the media, the standards of the industry, and their own emotions?
Lucy Hutton is an expert at making others happy.
She takes great delight that everyone at Bexley & Gamin, from the CEO to her junior coworkers, adores her, except Joshua Templeman.
Joshua and Lucy have been coworkers in the same workplace for some time, and they’ve grown close by playing competitive games like the Staring Game and the Mirror Game.
However, when a promotion came up, they were both competing for it. Who will succeed?
Without mentioning the unexpected popularity of Elena Armas’s debut book, “The Spanish Love Deception,” we can’t talk about romance bestsellers on BookTok.
The book was first self-published, but Simon & Schuster swiftly bought it after it gained international acclaim.
It’s easy to understand why this tale of rivals who fall in love with each other and its picturesque Spanish setting enchanted so many people.
Despite being permanently unmarried, Catalina Martin finds it difficult to find a willing man to pose as her date for the wedding of her sister.
She then met Aaron Blackford, who is both incredibly attractive and endearing.
Catalina normally would prefer to die than spend time with Aaron, but because he is the only option available, she took it.
They needed to avoid killing each other and make it through a few weeks with her interfering relatives.
They might discover that they have a lot more in common.
The first novel in the Feminine Pursuits series is another recommendation for historical romance readers.
It features a female STEM protagonist.
Lucy Muchelney wishes she were somewhere else as she witnesses her ex-lover’s wedding.
She didn’t know where to go until she came across a letter from the Countess of Moth asking for help to translate a ground-breaking French astronomy work.
She expected to find a challenge when she arrived at the Countess’s London residence, not a stunning woman.
Lucy’s brother warned her that no one would hire a woman as an astronomer, but she wants to refute that claim.
She couldn’t have predicted her increasing attraction to the senior citizen who is helping her with her studies.
This book is a tribute to the underrepresented and neglected women in STEM fields throughout history.
August Everett is a renowned author of literary fiction, while January Andrews is a best-selling romance author who writes happily ever afters.
They both live in beach cottages next to one another for three months while being broke and dissatisfied with their own writing endeavors.
January and Augustus decide to write in their opposing genres one day.
The next Great American Novel will be written by January, and Augustus will write a pleasant story.
They will complete all of their books, and perhaps they will find love.
Eden is a scientist.
The company Eden Sinclair works for specializes in conducting clinical studies on sexual enhancement items (also known as boner research to Eden and her coworkers).
She puts her personal love life on hold because it helps her pay the bill—until a coworker hands her a vial of what she initially believes to be perfume.
It turns out that the perfume boosts pheromones.
As a result, she had a great night of passion with Adam Copeland, an international rock singer with millions of women screaming for his attention.
Eden is terrified that Adam’s attraction to her is because of the smell after discovering the truth.
She can’t bear to let go of the man she’s falling so hard for.
Should she give up the perfume or maintain her charade until it is too late?
Darcy and Elle, two ladies who couldn’t be more different, are introduced in “Written in the Stars.”
When the blind date fails, Darcy devises a plan to pose as Elle since she is sick of dealing with her matchmaker brother.
Although love is the last thing on her mind, the stunning Elle is effortlessly dismantling her defenses.
The wild side of Piper Bellinger is well known.
She overindulges in champagne one evening at an unruly rooftop party.
Piper’s stepfather decided to cut her off financially,when she was detained for drunk driving.
In order for Piper and her sister to gain experience managing their late father’s dive bar, he sends them to Washington.
Within the first five minutes of her arrival in Westport, she meets Brendan, a large, funny sea captain.
He believes Piper won’t last a week in this place.
However, Piper knows everything will be alright if she can prove to her stepfather and the attractive, irritable local that she is more than just a pretty face.
Piper wants to avoid any distractions, especially feelings for a man who disappears for extended periods of time, as she slowly feels at home in Westport.
However, she cannot stop thinking about him or this town of memories.
Data and statistics expert Jess Davis is a single mother who works nonstop to support herself and her daughter.
When Jess learns about GeneticAlly, a new DNA-based matchmaking business, she puts her faith in the statistics.
Jess and Dr. River Pea, the creator of GeneticAlly, are 98 percent genetically compatible, which is unheard of.
Jess finds it difficult to comprehend this figure because she already perceives Dr. Pea as an arrogant, inflexible man who is unquestionably not a match for her.
To test Dr. Pea’s abilities and the viability of the technology GeneticAlly offers to pay Jess.
As they dragged the two from one activity to the next, Jess suspects that is more to the science of a soulmate than she had previously believed.
Dating Dr. Dil, the first novel in the “If Shakespeare Was an Auntie” series”, is similar to Adam and Olive because it includes false dating and two opposing perspectives on love.
Kareena Mann hopes to experience a happy marriage as her parents did.
But she would rather spend her time fixing her vintage car than using dating apps.
Kareena strikes a deal with her father when he says he’s going to sell the house that belonged to her mother.
If she can get engaged in four months, he will give her the house as a gift.
When her fight with Dr. Prem Verma, host of the Dr. Dil Show, goes viral, she cannot find her soul mate.
She only has one man in her life right now, and she doesn’t want him.
Dr. Prem Verma is committed to establishing a community health center, but he has to find generous donors.
That’s what The Dr. Dil Show was doing until his fight with Kareena went viral and he was left out in the cold.
The more time Prem spends with Kareena, despite their divergent opinions on arranged marriages, the more certain he is that she is the woman he wants to spend the rest of his life with.
By presenting joyful events and endearing characters, books like the Love Hypothesis inspire us to believe that love will prevail.
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