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Below Zero
Below Zero: From the bestselling author of The Love Hypothesis | Ali Hazelwood
13 posts | 15 read | 8 to read
From the New York Times and Sunday Times bestselling author of The Love Hypothesis comes a new steamy, STEMinist novella... It will take the frosty terrain of the Arctic to show these rival scientists that their chemistry burns hot. Mara, Sadie, and Hannah are friends first, scientists always. Though their fields of study might take them to different corners of the world, they can all agree on this universal truth: when it comes to love and science, opposites attract and rivals make you burn... Hannah's got a bad feeling about this. Not only has the NASA aerospace engineer found herself injured and stranded at a remote Arctic research station-but the one person willing to undertake the hazardous rescue mission is her longtime rival. Ian has been many things to Hannah: the villain who tried to veto her expedition and ruin her career, the man who stars in her most deliciously lurid dreams... but he's never played the hero. So why is he risking everything to be here? And why does his presence seem just as dangerous to her heart as the coming snowstorm? To read Mara and Sadie's stories look for the novellas Under One Roof and Stuck with You. You can pre-order Ali Hazelwood's next novel, Love on the Brain now.
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Julsmarshall
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Mehso-so

Not my favorite of hers but a quick and quirky distraction on #audio while walking. I liked the setting and set up, but the characters get her 3 novellas were just too similar to feel authentic. Not sure I would have stayed with it if reading.

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Graciouswarriorprincess
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Book 57/150 of the year.

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kimmypete1
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Pickpick

Of the 3 novellas in this series I enjoyed this one the most.

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Nessavamusic
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Pickpick

The third novella of series of STEM rom-coms, features two NASA employees, a misunderstanding and Norway icy wastelands. This was also very cute and steamy. I really enjoyed all three of this series. They all work as standalones and are great on audiobook. 4⭐️

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sebrittainclark
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Pickpick

4/5

I've really enjoyed this series. Hazelwood played around with the order that all three stories were told both in present and past tense that I really enjoyed. I did find the Mars dirty talk in this one a little much, but I enjoyed it overall.

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MaggieCarr
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Pickpick

Read #3 before #2 and need to backtrack. Love seeing how the three girls friendships trump all and they each find their guy. Easy to envision all the smart characters in these open door S.T.E.M. novellas.

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Kimberlone
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Pickpick

My second STEMinista novella after Under One Roof. This one suffers from the same weaknesses as the other I read: namely, it‘s too short to fully develop the plot or characters. Seems like an unfair criticism of a novella, but both of these would have been much more effective had the story/characters been fleshed out more. I was excited by the Arctic setting of this one only to be majorly disappointed that it was barely an interlude! 3.5 ⭐️

Kimberlone One more comment on the Arctic setting: the rescue and subsequent one bed trope scene was such a missed opportunity! I was fully expecting a scene like this to be included (Arctic setting > winter storm > hypothermia > need to warm up) and was so disappointed that it wasn‘t longer. After they fall asleep, the next scene completely shifts to them being on a plane flying back to the US. 2mo
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rachelsbrittain
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Pickpick

Another cute romance novella in the STEMinist series. I loved how grumpy Hannah was even if her reasons for being closed off were sad (if not terribly well explained). The story moved back and forth in time which also really added to the tension and excitement. And Mara and Sadie showed up! Great fun.

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Gnora
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April 2022 #bookreport!

I was leaning really heavy on the audio this month, with everything but the comics being audio books. I need to actually finish a print book to help break the slump.

#audio #comics #horror #fantasy #bookreport #roundup #romance #mystery

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underground_bks
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Pickpick

This was my least favorite of the three STEMinist novellas by Ali Hazelwood, but still a pick because it was a fun read and I did enjoy the NASA setting, bisexual heroine, and ginger love interest. I think I just read too many of hers back to back and the massive man/tiny lady dynamic got a little old. Also I think the pacing of this one was a little off. Still worth a listen—especially if you‘ve already listened to the other two!

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mdemanatee
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“He‘s aggressively hot. Despite the red hair—or because of it.” (Punctuation made up based on audio.

Listen Hazelwood, you are already on thin ice for for me because of constant very tiny heroines and very big heroes that are always commented on. Especially in these novellas were space is a premium and that seems to be important. And l get preferences but.... 🤷‍♀️ I was excited for a red headed hero so I am giving some side eye but continuing.

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AvidReaderandGeekGirl
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4.75 stars

I LOVED this! Plenty of rep and hot yet a “long“ waiting part.

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ReadingEnvy
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Mehso-so

This is the third (and assumed last) STEMinista novella from Ali Hazelwood where Hannah the aerospace engineer is rescued in Svalbard by someone who has tried keeping her from the mission. But why? ... I assume this is the last because at the end the three heroines from the novellas have a gathering.

I listened to the audio in the Volumes app, narrated by Savannah Peachwood. It comes out April 5.

It's a so-so because it's fine! Fluff. #romantsy

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