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Finding X Is there a science to falling in love Carlisle Santiago is through with men After the devastating end of a seven year relationship she s trying to put her life back together What she doesn t know is

  • Title: Finding X
  • Author: Miles Tan
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 453
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Is there a science to falling in love Carlisle Santiago is through with men After the devastating end of a seven year relationship, she s trying to put her life back together What she doesn t know is that she is the subject of the patient and methodical observations of blue haired scientist Matteo Villegas, who just wants to find love himself She must decide whether sheIs there a science to falling in love Carlisle Santiago is through with men After the devastating end of a seven year relationship, she s trying to put her life back together What she doesn t know is that she is the subject of the patient and methodical observations of blue haired scientist Matteo Villegas, who just wants to find love himself She must decide whether she s ready to give love another shot or if this is doomed to be one failed experiment.

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    1. *Also posted at Oops! I Read A Book Again*Started this one while I was in Baguio (similar enough to Tagaytay, it felt like it was meant to be) for a work trip and finally finished it last Sunday when I was grasping at straws for distractions so I won't do my thesis proposal. Hahahahuhuhu. I planned on reviewing it immediately after but I was a bit too rage-y for that so I let my feelings subside first.I gotta admit, if you don't have a background in molecular biology/immunology/biology, you migh [...]

    2. I finished this book a month ago, but only had the chance to review it now, XDThis was a fun read that I was able to finish rather quickly because I could not put it down for long! I love the dynamics of their first meeting and their subsequent meetings where both are holding back something from the other but could not stay away for too long.I loved that Carlisle is so much more than just a loveless girl here. She world hard, she plays video games, she’s saving the world (or at least making a [...]

    3. Review originally posted on my blog, RonReads.Love isn’t exactly top of mind for Carlisle Santiago when she spends a weekend at a swanky hotel in Tagaytay. Fresh from the end of a seven-year relationship and the year of non-stop work she had thrown herself into in order to forget, all she is looking to accomplish is to recover from her wounds.But fate has other things planned for her when she meets Matteo Villegas, a blue-haired geologist who’s trying to find out if he can actually make a gi [...]

    4. How do I love this? Let me count the ways: 1. There is no shortage in the number of alpha male characters in romance books, but we definitely need more Type B males like the adorable Matteo Villegas. This geek of a scientist is a breath of fresh air. He's definitely the type of guy I would be smitten with in real life - smart and adventurous. I like my guys a little quirky (mabuhay ang mga awkward!), but is not afraid of roller coasters. I also loved how determined and persistent he was to pursu [...]

    5. Read full review HERE! :) So, I'll start this by saying that the plot intrigued me a lot. Plus, blue-haired scientist? I am sooooo in! And I was not disappointed. The pages just flew by as I got more settled into the story (which was not a very hard thing considering how smooth it went)What I loved the best in the story were the well-written characters. Carlisle, or simply Cas, defied stereotypes of men being better than women all the time especially in the work place. She was so realistically c [...]

    6. Also posted in It's A Wonderful Bookworld.This is one of the three stories included in Love is the Answer, a chick-lit bundle composed of #romanceclass novellas, and I must say that Finding X is one of the sweetest geeky stories I have ever read so far. I loved how science and romance beautifully blended in this novella, and of course, who wouldn’t like the blue-haired, journal-writing Matteo? Squee! <3 Another thing that I loved about this book is the relationship of the main characters wi [...]

    7. This story is a breath of fresh air. It's something interesting and refreshing. I love every scenes in the story but my favorite part is when Matteo vent out his thoughts through his journal entries very witty. How he execute his plans to make Cass be his girl. Very innovative! hahaha I find it quirky and adorkable especially the guy is not your usual male lead strong personality with a painful past , your typical business guy in a suit or a bad ass slash rock star.The characters are lovable You [...]

    8. "Only, rubber erasers don't work on ink."Way to start my #romanceclass marathon. Picked this novella as the curiosity got into me (clever title). The story was about Carlisle struggle in moving on (after a 7 years relationship) and trying again in love. And true to itself, second chance in love only happens for those who are willing to put the past behind.I love how the author plays the story, with no red herring and in a straightforward path since page one. Love the cheesy, toe-curling scenes b [...]

    9. This book was ultrasweet, giving you all the delicious tingly sugared halo-halo feelings the entire ride. Matteo is deadly cute with light blue hair and Carlisle is too smart and too skittish for her own happiness. I love the geology jokes, nerd humor, the outrageously awesome notebook Matteo kept about his experiment on getting Carlisle to fall in love with him. The Evil Ex got his comeuppance too, and through the entire story, we see how capable Carlisle is, even while she doubted herself. I a [...]

    10. Not every love interest is made of rock-solid sexy body; there are also those who can make you swoon with geological puns and nerdy remarks without being boring. I love that Matteo is far from the usual alpha male LIs we read on romance novels these days, though he still makes heads turn with his blue hair (my peg for him is Nicholas Hoult's character of Hank/Beast in X: Men, and he's really cute with those glasses on). I love Miles' writing and Matteo's journal entries, and was surprisingly got [...]

    11. When we were asked to read a couple of books in preparation for #SparkNA in April this year, I got drawn to Finding X and decided to buy it on Smashwords. Thankfully, I wasn't disappointed. I really liked the breezy kind of way it was written (I finished it in about two hours--would have been just an hour if I didn't do oral readings of certain parts for my friends' amusement), and certain scenes just made me squee like the hopeless romantic I am. I don't want to spoil the story for anyone else [...]

    12. Cute cute book. Matteo is kind, sweet and almost torpe, but he is pulled away from breaching that line by his sheer determination to get the girl--by employing scientific method at that--, all while not being a jackass. Even the supposedly jackassy move he made didn't feel like so to me. I liked Carlisle too, and though there were times I wanted to shake her shoulders for declining and swaying the many times she did, I also understood where she was coming from. And yes, yes, I love love the geol [...]

    13. I confess, it was the blue hair that *really* caught my attention at first :-) But loved how Matteo's character developed throughout the book, his geeky sweetness was truly attractive and the journal entries added an extra scientific oomph to the whole narrative. I also like how Carlisle slowly opened up during the course of the story. The grand gesture she made at the end made me want to visit a salon too ;-) Hihihi. Oh, and Matteo's sister Marian was adorable! I wish she'd get her own story!

    14. The geek shall inherit the earth. I liked the character of Matteo a lot. Though I wish there was a conclusion to the journal he was writing. I was interested a great deal with the blue-haired guy. I hope Miles writes more! Great work!

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