The Hookup Equation by Roxie Noir

Another Loveless brother charms his way to number one!!

I do not know how it’s possible, but every book I find myself saying ‘this brother, this is the one I adore’.

So, as I write my review for Caleb; the baby brother Loveless, the professor; I, right now, am saying he’s currently in the lead as my favorite Loveless.

He’s bumped Levi to second place.

Although Thalia is pretty awesome. And I haven’t ranked the ladies. I really relate to her late blooming ways. (Wink, wink, nudge, nudge)

Thalia finds herself inadvertently still a virgin and about to graduate college. Not that it’s been a major concern. Thus the inadvertent part. But then a rash decision to use the men’s room leads to her meeting Caleb…

And a little adventure with a man she has sizzling chemistry with.

Only to discover he’s her professor the next day. Neither of them can resist the pull of their attraction to each other (and they do try). And unfortunately for them, despite trying to be discreet, (and they do try) others are not so concerned with what Caleb & Thalia actually feel or are doing.

She knows her own mind. Does not need to be sheltered or protected. He is not a predator. They both beat themselves up enough for the problems their attraction may, does cause. They certainly don’t need anyone else making decisions for them.

He drops everything to help her when he barely knows her. Maybe not the wisest choice, but definitely the choice made with his heart before he knew what his heart was feeling.

I love the Loveless family’s interactions with each other and others. Their families and friends. I loved seeing Thalia and her siblings. I still want a Silas book!!

Floved every single page. I adore this bookiverse.

I received a review copy. I am voluntarily leaving an honest review.


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