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Love on the Brain

Bee Königswasser, a brilliant but socially awkward neuroscientist, lives by a simple code: What would Marie Curie do? When she gets the opportunity to work on a NASA-funded project, she's thrilled to finally pursue her dream of studying the effects of deep space travel on the human brain.

  • Rating:
    4.00 out of 5
  • Author: Ali Hazelwood
  • Publisher: Grand Central Publishing
  • Year of Publication: 2022
  • Genre: Science Fiction
  • No of Pages: 368

Summary and Reviews


Bee Königswasser, a brilliant but socially awkward neuroscientist, lives by a simple code: What would Marie Curie do? When she gets the opportunity to work on a NASA-funded project, she's thrilled to finally pursue her dream of studying the effects of deep space travel on the human brain. But her excitement is dampened when she learns that her partner on the project is Levi Tanaka, her former college rival and nemesis.

Levi is everything Bee is not: confident, charming, and popular. They've clashed ever since they first met, and Bee can't imagine working with him without constantly arguing. But as they begin to work together, Bee finds herself drawn to Levi's intelligence and passion for their research. And Levi, who always saw Bee as a cold and competitive scientist, starts to realize that there's more to her than meets the eye.

Despite their differences, Bee and Levi find themselves working surprisingly well together. They're able to put aside their personal animosity and focus on their shared goal of developing a new technology that could revolutionize space travel. As they spend more time together, their feelings for each other grow stronger. But their budding romance is threatened by their past rivalry and their own personal insecurities.

In the end, Bee and Levi must decide whether they can overcome their differences and embrace their feelings for each other. And they must also confront the challenges of their research, which could have a profound impact on the future of space exploration.