The Soulmate Equation: the perfect new romcom from the bestselling author of The Unhoneymooners
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But then Jess hears about GeneticAlly, a buzzy new DNA-based matchmaking company that’s predicted to change dating forever. Finding a soulmate through DNA? The reliability of numbers: This Jess understands. Although not a lot of time elapsed in the story, I felt like River and Jess’ romance had this sweet slow burn quality to it which kept me on the edge of my seat.
Fizzy let her eyes drop to his ass, currently hidden by a navy coat. “We’re calling it his ‘demeanor’ now?” She bent, writing something in the Idea Notebook she kept near her laptop. Well, you can have him. Frowning, Jess watched him do his customary wipe of the condiment bar with a napkin. I was just thinking how I can’t fathom the idea that he’s starting a matchmaking company. That isn’t something an asshole like that does. Okay, Universe, Jessica thought. I get it. If Mrs. Brady could be a trailblazer, maybe it was time for Jess to try, too. TWO I was hooked as soon as I was introduced the whirlwind, extra busy life of Jess, how she puts others’ needs above herself, how she takes care of her loved ones. The book moved fast but it didn’t affect romance’s blooming ( thankfully this is not insta romance story) actually I found myself chant for River to kiss the girl! I finished this gem at one sit, canceling everything in my life, buried my face into ereader. PDF / EPUB File Name: The_Soulmate_Equation_-_Christina_Lauren.pdf, The_Soulmate_Equation_-_Christina_Lauren.epubDid any one else feel like the ML waited to see his actual compatibility score with the FL before reaching out to her (after a 8 day radio silence). Fizzy let that sink in for a beat, dark eyes fixed in disbelief. “So, you’re... done? Jessica, you went on three dates with three hot, if dull, men.” Witty and downright hilarious, with just the right amount of heart, The Unhoneymooners is a perfect feel-good romantic comedy. Prepare to laugh and smile from cover to cover. Helen Hoang
You know,” Daniel said to her now, balling the washrag in his hands, smug with insider knowledge, “Americano is a romantic, too.”When I see ETL blurb, I always go blind because this is my all time favorite theme. The sexy and smart banters, increasing sexual tension, smoky hot intimacy between two people who cannot stand each other but also want to rip each other’s clothes is my favorite romcom formula.
Matchmaking?” Jess asked. “The same Americano who is a regular here in this coffee shop and yet never smiles at anyone?” She pointed behind her to the door he’d exited through only a minute ago. “ That guy? With his intense hotness marred by the moody, antisocial filter?” Up front, Americano paid for his drink and then stepped to the side, absorbed in typing something on his phone. What is his deal? Jess asked quietly.Because I immortalized you as the villain in Crimson Lace, and you became a fan favorite, so I can’t kill you off." A smart or science-y spin to your love stories or if you enjoyed The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion. Also, read this if you enjoyed the premise behind The One, either the Netflix show or the John Marrs book it's based on. Base Matches are the most common, with rarity increasing through each level of compatibility. Why do you think Diamond Matches are so rare?
A python?” Jess set a pot of water on the stove to boil. “Are you out of your mind, child?” She pointed to the cat, Pigeon, asleep in the dying stretch of daylight streaming through the window. “A python would eat that creature.”
I’m not talking just about sex, Fizzy said. I’m talking about not always putting yourself last. Fizzy paused to wave to Daniel, who was wiping down a table nearby. Daniel, did you catch all of that? In Chapter 10, River says, “I’ll believe the test if it says we are biologically compatible, but I’m not a scientific zealot, Jess. I recognize the element of choice.” Discuss how the element of choice might affect soulmates. Do you think the effect of choice works differently for Base Matches than for Diamond Matches? This latest romance by the duo Christina Lauren, following The Honey-Don't List (2020), is another winner. Booklist (Starred Review)