MixedHarlequin JunkieAs much as I tried to get invested and love this novel I just found a few to many hang ups, this however is not to say that Love, Chai And Other Four-Letter Words is not a book you should check out or that the other books in this series won’t be good ... Overall I would have to say this book was more of a miss for me personally there were far to many hang up in the storyline and the romance was very much lacking. I would say this book was more of a women’s fiction rather than a romance. In saying this I look forward to checking out any new books in this series.
RaveHarlequin JunkieThe Love Hypothesis has to be the most adorable, geektastic–but most importantly–smartly written debut I’ve read in…forever. Author Ali Hazelwood wowed me with a diverse cast that was quirky enough to make me grin, and with a wicked smart heroine who got herself into a predicament that you could tell was going to blow up in her face. And you know what? It was worth every sharp intake of breath, giggle-snort, and sigh of relief experienced ... An absolutely stellar fake romance between a grumpy professor and a well-meaning grad student, The Love Hypothesis was everything I love about contemporary romance. I think Ali Hazelwood’s entertaining but still emotionally deep writing will spell nothing but success for her.