The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood

“carry yourself with the confidence of a mediocre white man”

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood   The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood book review

by mouna elhajji |    2022/08/10   |   11:06:09am

I think I've read many romance books this year. It's quite something I don't do much 🌕. But to be honest, it was a new adventure. I got to experience new emotions and ambiance 🌟.

And I have no regret.

I always thought that romance books are stupid 🏃. Yes, I'm trying to be honest. For me, it was a mere waste of time. They won't add anything to me as a person. But The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood could change a whole stubborn mind like mine 😂.

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood Summary 🌻

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood tells the story of a Ph.D. student called Olive Smith. She suffered a breakup with Jeremy. The one her best friend Ahn wants to date. But Ahn feels guilty thinking that olive left Jeremy because of her. Ahn seems to be always unconvinced and refuses to date Jeremy even though she loves him until Olive kisses someone purposely in front of Ahn to convince her that she is really into someone else. Ahn finally took a breath of relief while Olive found herself on a fake date with the cruelest professor in the university and most of the time known as ass.

Then the story of the fake relationship between a girl who doesn't believe in lasting romantic relationships and a man who took love stories unseriously. Through the story, they slowly fall in love together unraveling some shocking secrets.

The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood first impression 🌻

The beginning of The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood was just awesome. It gives me the impression that I'm on a relaxing vacation enjoying the magnificent weather, and the sun is kissing every part of my body.

I have to admit that I disliked Olive Smith a little for being such a naive girl. I didn't like the fact that she ought to do everything Ahn demanded from her while she could spare herself with millions of excuses. Yet, I fancied how she showed that lying is not a solution and that telling truth is always preferred however cruel the truth is.

I loved Adam Carlsen, and hated him like everyone who read the novel may feel about him. He seemed so cruel like he has no heart to use. He was the reason most Ph.D. students fail. Throughout the story, he looks to reveal the reasons behind his rude behaviors. The thing I loved the most about Adam is his positivity. The way he tried to encourage Olive to do the thing she is most afraid of, to believe in herself and her dreams.

I think everyone needs to hear such a talk on bad days.

My Opinion About The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood 🌻

I fancied the storyline, characters, and cheerful ambiance. The good humor of the author. The friendship between Olive Smith and her friends. I adore the way they wanted to protect each other even if it meant sacrificing. But, I've got to feel a little boring after they began loving each other. I felt like there was no purpose in the story anymore except for the protagonist ending together, and maybe that is why I gave it four stars.

If I'd been asked if I suggest this story be read or not. I'd say it depends. There are plenty of people there who don't seem to love romance books like I was before. But I'd like to reassure you that this isn't just about love and stuff. It is a lesson of friendship, trust, traitor, dreams, and believing in yourself and your dreams. Believe that no one is better than you.

Every story has its own moral. Don't underestimate the power of novels ✨

Is The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood appropriate? 🌻

The Love Hypothesis is not for children under 16 years old. I would say that's +18. But there is only one major scene. It started with innocent scenes, and it was pretty funny. But as the story grows and the pages increases. Ali Hazelwood begins to increase the intensity of the romantic relationship between Adam and Olive.

In general, I could that say that The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood is fine for anyone who feels mature enough to read it.

What is the age gap in The Love Hypothesis? 🌻

This is a frequently asked question. There's an age gap of about 8-9 years between Olive and Adam Carlsen. Adam Carlsen is 34 years old and Olive Smith is 26 years old. And though, their chemistry is just fantastic.

Honestly, I never believed in relationships where there is a large gap age between protagonists, because I always believed that a couple should be of the same generation so they could share the same beliefs. The Love Hypothesis changed my mind completely.

Is there a part 2 to The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood? 🌻

No, there is no part two for The Love Hypothesis by Ali Hazelwood. Honestly, I don't think there would be any part 2. because the story ended with Olive and Adam being together. Thus, the writer won't have any events to come for these two.

Nevertheless, Ali Hazelwood wrote Love on the Brain as the second part of The Love Hypothesis. But it doesn't follow the story of Olive Smith and Adam Carlsen. But a new love story.

If you loved The Love Hypothesis, then be sure that you will like Love on the Brain.

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The Love Hypothesis quotes

“I wish you could see yourself the way I see you" - Adam to olive”

“carry yourself with the confidence of a mediocre white man”

“And then I'll come find you, and I'll take care of you." - Adam”

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