Opposites attract when a computer nerd meets a billionaire playboy.
The last thing Melody expects when she moves across the country is to run into her college one-night stand again. Not only does the hunky blast from her past work at the same company where she’s just started in the IT department, he’s the CEO’s son.
Jeremy’s got a girlfriend and a reputation as a bad boy, so Melody resolves to keep her distance. But despite her best intentions, she can’t seem to stay away from the heavenly-smelling paragon of hotness.
As the two forge an unlikely friendship, Melody’s attraction to Jeremy grows deeper than she’s ready to admit. Can she forgive his past transgressions and trust him with her heart?
This quirky slow-burn romance is the first in a series of standalone rom-coms featuring heroines who work in STEM fields.
“Nix lightheartedly mashes up various romance tropes—the fish out of water, opposites attracting, colleagues in love—for a whimsical story that fans of contemporary romance will enjoy.” —Publishers Weekly
“If you like books like Attachments by Rainbow Rowell, you’ll like this one.” —Smart B*tches, Trashy Books
“A geeky fish-out-of-water story with a charming billionaire prince who falls for the girl despite the two of them having little in common.” —Heroes and Heartbreakers
THE CHEMISTRY LESSONS SERIES:
BOOK 1: Remedial Rocket Science
BOOK 2: Intermediate Thermodynamics
BOOK 3: Advanced Physical Chemistry
BOOK 4: Applied Electromagnetism
Each book features a different couple with their own happy ever after and no cliffhangers.
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This book held my attention all the way through! Humor was on point, nothing forced. And not your typical billionaire meets struggling shy girl story either. The characters were lovable and they story was worth missed hours of sleep.
I loved this book so much it’s developed very nicely. I loved the process of Melody and Jeremy’s relationship wasn’t rushed because it gave them time to realize how much they liked each other. Melody’s personality was wonderful I love that she wasn’t written as a boy crazy women looking for love with a newfound career but as a strong minded woman.