Relationships aren’t rocket science. If they were, I might stand a chance of figuring one out.
Saying I've had a crush on my best friend's older brother, Pax, most of my life is like saying the big bang was just an explosion. It's true, but I'm not sure that quite captures the essence of its true enormity.
I know he's only hanging out with me because I'm new in town and getting my PhD doesn't leave me with much time to make friends. And even if it did, my strength is mathematics, not friend-making. What I don't understand is why he kissed me... why he seems to want to keep kissing me. I don't think my advanced physics knowledge is going to help me figure this one out. But I think for once I'm okay with not knowing, as long as Pax and I don't know together.
He's still the awkward nerdlet I remember...he's also probably the cutest, most tempting man I've laid eyes on. I know I should keep my hands off him, but this thing between us is like a force of nature. I want to be his first everything. He says we're nothing more than atoms crashing into each other. I'm no scientist but I don't think either of us are braced for the explosion.
**** Rocket Science is a stand alone MM romance featuring an inexperienced nerd, a cocky player, and a satisfying HEA
Oh what sweet n' spicy treat this was! Rocket Science was pure addicting, entertaining, a swoon worthy romance that called to my inner romantic. This was extra yummy and perfectly light and sweet.
I do love K.M. Neuhold's angsty, emotional romances, but I have to say, Rocket Science was much more satisfying than I expected. I loved the steamy and light-hearted romance. The story progressed beautifully and had a lot of great feels. The kind of feels that makes the heart just...melt. Elijah and Pax were MADE for each other. Their feelings for one another was a wonderful slow burn romance that had me smiling and sighing dreamily. I loved it!
Rocket Science gets a DREAMY FIVE SPECTACULAR STARS!