Are a rocket scientist and one of Hollywood’s brightest stars a match made in heaven or is it a catastrophe headed for a crash landing?
Lana loves four things: science, her cats, her friends, and her books. She’s on her way to earning her professorship when she finds out her long-term boyfriend has been sleeping with her best friend! That discovery has her hiding in the broom closet at a posh hotel.
Only, it turns out broom closets are the place to be these days.
Christian Slade, America’s sexiest man alive (as voted by fans), in a desperate attempt to escape the paparazzi finds himself in a broom closet with one sobbing occupant. Unable to leave a damsel in distress, he offers help, only to realise she has no idea who he is! It’s like he’s been given a gift. A smart, beautiful woman, who isn’t after him for fame and fortune . . .
Soon Christian is buying a Tesla to impress his scientist with his eco credentials and taking her on dates where no one will recognise him.
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Camilla Isley is an engineer who left science behind to write bestselling contemporary rom-coms set all around the world. She lives in Italy and her first title for Boldwood, The Love Theorem, a Hollywood-meets-STEM romance, will be published in June 2023.
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Today I’m bringing you a review for ‘The Love Theorem’ by Camilla Isley. A story of a woman in STEM falling for a hottest Hollywood star.
I’ve never read a book from Camilla but this won’t be the last one I’m reading by her. This was also my first book with the topic of women in STEM. I know, I know.. How could I miss it?! But honestly, I don’t even know myself. But I’ve enjoyed this book since the moment I started to read it. It was obvious how attractive Christian was but I loved Lana’s character. I even felt for her (she’s gone through enough heartache). Even if Christian was attractive, I was still a bit annoyed by his character.
What really pulled me into this story was the story of Lana not knowing who Christian was. It felt like a breath of fresh air for him but also for me as a reader. This gave their relationship a way to naturally develop without faking anything. It was really cute and insta love, but also made me instantly fall in love with the story. It was also obvious that Camilly knows the subject of engineering, which made this story even more fun to read.
The book has around 230 pages on Kindle and is a very quick read. So if you don’t know what to read this summer and you need a cute romance, I would truly recommend this. Book in one hand, a cold refreshing drink in the other and enjoy the sun. But make sure to have sun protection on. Let yourself be swept in the story of Lana and Christian.
Thanks to Rachel and the publisher for inviting me to the tour.
Don’t let anyone dull your sparkle.