Tuesday 30 April 2024

The Love Algorithm (True Love #3) by Camilla Isley BLOG TOUR

At 28, with a Ph.D under her belt and a meteoric rise to head of Research and Development at Mercer Robotics, Reese feels her decision to put her career first has worked out pretty well for her. Sure, she doesn’t have many personal relationships to speak of, but she does love her team and they like her too.

So when she’s called to the Big Boss’s office and told she will be looking after his son while he does a rotation in her lab, she’s not thrilled that her hard work and achievements have boiled down to being a glorified babysitter – especially to a billionaire playboy with zero experience of mechanical engineering.

But then tall, blond Thomas walks into her office, and Reese realizes this assignment is going to be even harder than she thought. Because the CEO’s son is not only extraordinarily gorgeous, chiseled, and charming… he’s also on course to become her new boss one day, and so extraordinarily out of bounds. As the pair get to know each other, can Reese hold her nerve and her beliefs, or will she fall victim to the billionaire charm?

A gorgeously funny enemies-to-lovers, work-place rom com, perfect for fans of Sarah Adams, Lynn Painter and Jo Watson.

The Love Algorithm is a hilarious workplace romantic comedy. This quick, light read will definitely brighten up your day.

The story is set in the Research and Development at Mercer Robotics and there is some scientific talk sprinkled through the work-related conversations but it isn't too much.
Reese and Thomas's funny meet-cute sets the stage for ongoing teasing and flirting. Thomas can't help himself from flirting and he makes it a mission to get Reese to admit that their attraction is mutual. Reese doesn't want to give in as she wants to remain professional and not start something with a man who is eventually going to be her boss. Thomas has a multitude of cute and fun ways of interacting with her and I found myself smiling all the way through this book.
A lot of my laugh-out-loud moments came from the little robot K-2P who almost seems too human at times in his responses to those around him. He hilariously facilitated the couple's meet-cute and has no filter when talking about Reese to Thomas. He is my favourite side character for all the added humour he brings.
I didn't quite like Maria who was over the top in her observations about Thomas. I found her annoying and just wanted to tell her to go away and grow up.
I loved the slow-burn aspect of the romance. Even though the two had an instant attraction they didn't act on it allowing the tension to build up along with Thomas's flirty and funny attempts to woo her.

Author Bio –

Camilla Isley is an engineer who left science behind to write bestselling contemporary rom-coms set all around the world. She lives in Italy and her first title for Boldwood, The Love Theorem, a Hollywood-meets-STEM romance, was published in June 2023.

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