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Love, From A to Z by Robin Alexander

⭐⭐⭐⭐☆ Robin Alexander books are like a carefully hoarded treat that we dip into when we feel rather deserving. Though this one was...

Aries 181 by Tiana Warner





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A smart, savvy sci-fi rooted enough in reality to make it a probability.



Jess has just got an internship with Aries, one of the biggest aerospace companies in the world. Gaining this internship is a dream but her team lead is a misogynist boss from hell determined to obstruct her in every way. Despite him, she struggles with a human recognition project in her own time hoping that this work will make her eligible for a scholarship. The scholarship money is critical to Jess to continue living with her girlfriend and continue studies.



Halley is seeking an internship. She goes to a tech fair hoping to score leads. Willy-nilly she enters a hackers’ challenge and much to her surprise, she wins. As a result of the win, she is hired by Tony, the founder of Aries as his personal assistant.


Completely unscrupulous and immoral, Tony is driven by the ambition to make Aries the biggest aerospace company in the world and is willing to do that by any means, including stealing IP from other companies. Halley is caught in Tony’s sticky web and they end up becoming a modern day Bonnie and Clyde…with a little help from an accident which renders them with a little beyond regular powers.

This is not strictly a lesfic in terms of romance, but there is the fact that Jess has a girlfriend and Halley is bi-sexual. However, both the MCs are immensely likeable and relatable. You are constantly rooting for Jess. But it is the wrenchingly broken and achingly vulnerable Halley who burrows into your heart and makes you feel extremely protective of her.

The language and references are current and young making this an easy fun read. 


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