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  • Fun, feel-good romance

    Susannah Nix’s novels are fun, heart-tugging escapes. Her characters, such as Mia and Josh, are intelligent, warm, relatable, and extremely likeable. Elementary Romantic Calculus was a great mix of real-life and love-story fantasy. It has such depth - making me yearn for small-town life and friends with benefits - benefits such as excellent cheese and baby goats.

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  • I loved it!

    What is not to like about this book. I love the series because it not usual to find a STEM heroine, and it empowering for women. After her Math Ph.D., Mia is research-focused. Then she, totally a city girl, accept a one-year teaching job in a small town in Texas, Crowder, to hone her teaching skills and to write a research paper. She gets lost , on her way to the interview, and meet Josh, a grumpy cowboy who runs a goat farm and is a cheese artisan. When Josh and Mia meet they really hit it off. They become friends and then lovers. Their support for each other is heart-warming. These are amazing characters, they feel real and are really relatable. I love a small-town romance, with its host of strong side characters. Thank you for this ARC Susannah Nix, I am a fan of your books!

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  • Fun smart women, big choices story😊

    📝A big city math wiz transplants to small town Texas: a real treat!🐐 I loved the storyline which was definitely made all the better for me by some warm and wonderful secondary characters. Female lead Mia is a math wiz but somehow still a disappointment to her remote, demanding father. The discomfort and disappointment she expects from a temporary university teaching contract in a small Texas town provides happy surprises, including romance and locals who make her feel a sense of true welcome and home. And her first impressions, especially of her new landlady Birdie and Wyatt King, local handyman/flirtatious man about town, are blown away by their friendliness, hospitality and acceptance. The romance is heated, with Mia's goat dairy farmer Josh providing some secrets and drama of his own as she builds a life in Crowder, where the heat can floor you and the life isn't as primitive as Mia anticipated! This story mixes an opposites attract romance with the conundrum of whether sticking with long-term plans is the only or even best way to achieve career and personal happiness. I think it's one of the better novels in Nix's Women in STEM series and a solid recommend from me.

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  • Great book

    Great series with a main characters who has her entire life planned out until she falls in love and everything changed. The story is very well done and the characters are great.

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  • All. The. FEELS.

    My heart is melting - and not because of the Texan climate. Mia and Josh are such wonderful characters, I was in serious like with both right from the very beginning, and it was so easy to root for them both. They made me smile (and sometimes LOL), they surely made me swoon (oh, my!), and my heart ached for them both while they both struggled with their personal demons. And let's not forget the awesome supporting cast (Birdie! Andie! Wyatt!) who make me want to read ALL the stories about the folks of Crowder, Texas! (Okay, maybe not all of them. but let's start with Wyatt, mkay?)

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