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As a third-year Ph.D. student, Olive Smith doesn’t think those lasting romantic relationships are important. Her best friend, however, thinks they are, and that’s what led her into this situation. Convincing Anh that Olive is dating and is well on her way to having a happy ending was always going to take some serious scientific evidence. Like any self-respecting woman, Olive panics and falls for the first man she sees, even if he doesn’t look like Brad Pitt.
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That guy is none other than Adam Carlson, a young hotshot professor – and well-known asshole. Because of this, Olive is positively flabbergasted when Stanford’s reigning lab tyrannical agrees to keep her charades a secret and be her pretend boyfriend. But when a big scientific conference goes wrong, Olive’s career gets put on the Bunsen burner by Adam, who surprises her again with his unwavering support and even more unwavering six-pack abs.
“A fake relationship between scientists throws one woman’s carefully planned theories on love into chaos when she falls for her colleague.”
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Their little experiment suddenly feels dangerously close to an explosion. And Olive discovers that there’s nothing more difficult than trying to understand your own heart.
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