It is really great to see how mathematical theory gave an idea for a romance novel. I found that very fresh and original, but even more amazing is how the author incorporated the duality principle theory in the story.
Because of this, but not only this, “The Duality Principle” is a very enjoyable story. The author did a great job with establishing sense of time and location. The story is happening during the summer and I could feel the summer heat while reading it. Also I loved the way the author built sexual tension through the story only to release it in an exploding lovemaking chapter full of hot sex.
The characters are great, as individuals and as couple; they are very realistic and three dimensional. The conflict in “The Duality Principle” is interesting and it helps move the story forward. Once it is resolved things come to a satisfying end. This story shows how complex human beings are and that we should not be defined by just one thing, and to think that (like in case of the heroine) if one is a great mathematician that one cannot enjoy good and hot sex.
The only downside of this 100 pages long story is that there is too much inner dialogues instead of interactions between hero and heroine. But regardless of that, “The Duality Principle” is a story worth reading and therefore I highly recommend it.
Gabriella Evans is great mathematician who likes kinky sex. Connor Starks is bad boy who wants to be good. Can dualities be reconciled in one person or can person can be only one of those things? Can a mathematician and bad boy find their way to happiness, love and great sex?
Sometimes A + B = O. Yes. Oh, yes. Just like that.
Gabriella Evans’s life exists in terms of logic and definitions. She’s holed up in Portland, Maine, for the summer to work on her PhD thesis, but something is screwing up her concentration: the rumble of a motorcycle every time the embodiment of her rough-and-tumble fantasies rides down her street.
When her best friend talks her into a blind date, she finds herself out with the opposite of her fantasy. He’s polite and well-mannered, yet something behind his crisply tailored shirt doesn’t add up—a rebellious gleam in his eye that piques her curiosity.
Orphaned at fifteen, Connor Starks has finally put the years of failing grades, breaking laws and breaking hearts behind him. The only holdover? His penchant for getting down and dirty in public places. But Gabriella makes him want to prove he’s become a better man.
Nothing intrigues Gabriella more than a problem she can’t solve. But the more Connor tries to bury his past, the more determined she is to uncover it. And what she finds makes all her trusty logic begin to fail her…
Warning: This book contains a summer romance, dirty talk, dockside kissing, motorcycles and tattoos. Features a rebellious nerdy girl with an appetite for outdoor sex and light spanking, and a bad boy who’s turned good…or at least he’s trying.