Intermediate Thermodynamics is out today! OMG!!! I'm so excited for everyone to read this book. It’s an enemies-to-lovers romance packed with feels, LOLs, and sexual tension.
AND it stands alone if you haven’t read the first book in the “Chemistry Lessons” series (although fans of Remedial Rocket Science will be happy about some of the cameos that pop up).
I think you’re going to love Esther. She’s smart, snarky, and flawed, with a big heart hidden underneath her prickly exterior. In keeping with the theme of women who work in STEM fields, she’s an aerospace engineer—that’s right, a literal rocket scientist. She’s also a knitter and horror movie aficionado. Oh, and she’s got a cat named Sally Ride. Naturally.
And Jonathan...just wait until you meet Jonathan. Or should I say meet him again? Those who’ve read Remedial Rocket Science will recognize him as Melody’s insufferable screenwriter blind date. That’s right, that guy. I know what you’re thinking, and it’s exactly what Esther thinks about him, too...at first. But once you get to know him, I think you’re going to fall head over heels for the guy—just like Esther does.
If you haven't read the first the book in the "Chemistry Lessons" series, now's your chance. To celebrate the release of book two, Remedial Rocket Science is absolutely free in the Kindle store starting today. But don't dawdle, because on Oct. 7 it goes back to full price.
The reviews for Remedial Rocket Science have been amazing. Smart Bitches, Trashy Books gave it a B+, saying, "Although she has her moments of sadness and seriousness, Melody’s also a dorky, snarky character with a dry sense of humor (at one point, she makes a really judgey, deadpan assessment of a blind date who’s being That Guy™ that had me accidentally snorting my coffee)." Their conclusion? "If you like books like Attachments by Rainbow Rowell, you'll like this one."
And Bookgasms Book Blog had this to say: "One of my favorite things about book blogging is when I stumble upon a new (or new-to-me) author and immediately connect to their writing. That's what happened to me with Susannah Nix. I fell in love with the writing in this book even before I fell in love with the characters. It's smart and engaging."
All the books in the "Chemistry Lessons" series can be read as standalones, and they all feature smart, geeky heroines who work in STEM fields. Some of readers' favorite characters from Remedial Rocket Science will be back for cameos in Intermediate Thermodynamics, so don't miss out on this great free book deal. Get your copy now while the getting's good!