“Love, Theoretically” by Ali Hazelwood

Lee and Victoria weren’t the only ones to love “Love, Theoretically” by Ali Hazelwood  … Here is what the QBD crew thought:

If you’ve found yourself in the depths of BookTok, the work of globally bestselling author Ali Hazelwood should be no stranger to you… Recently, her brand-new book “Love, Theoretically” hit the shelves.

This swoon-worthy story follows Elsie Hannaway – an adjunct professor. To make up for her non-existent paycheck, she offers her services as a fake girlfriend. It’s a pretty sweet gig – until her many lives finally catch up with her. Jack Smith – the annoyingly attractive and arrogant older brother of her favourite client – turns out to be the cold-hearted experimental physicist who undermined the reputation of theorists everywhere. He’s the same Jack Smith standing between her and her dream job… Will falling into an experimentalist’s orbit finally tempt her to put her most guarded theories on love into practice?

If you loved “The Love Hypothesis” and “Love On The Brain”, you are guaranteed to enjoy this book! Funny and immersive, “Love Theoretically” will give you butterflies and keep you on your toes – we definitely recommend that you add this to your TBR!

Buy Now


Shot on location at Brisbane Marriott Hotel.

Previous article“The Shot” by Naima Brown
Next article“The Quiet Tenant” by Clemence Michallon