Electrochemistry

Electrochemistry Sequel to Biochemistry Chemistry Book Three Science major Brad Jergens notices Jordy Fleming at school and at the grocery store where he works but with the heat Jordy s boyfriend emits Brad doesn t

  • Title: Electrochemistry
  • Author: AndrewGrey
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 347
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Sequel to Biochemistry Chemistry Book Three Science major Brad Jergens notices Jordy Fleming at school and at the grocery store where he works, but with the heat Jordy s boyfriend emits, Brad doesn t think he stands a chance When Brad s parents drag him along on a cruise, he and Jordy literally crash into each other, and the chemistry between them sends sparks flying UnSequel to Biochemistry Chemistry Book Three Science major Brad Jergens notices Jordy Fleming at school and at the grocery store where he works, but with the heat Jordy s boyfriend emits, Brad doesn t think he stands a chance When Brad s parents drag him along on a cruise, he and Jordy literally crash into each other, and the chemistry between them sends sparks flying Unfortunately, as the weeklong cruise nears an end too quickly, Brad s left to wonder if their mutual attraction will dissipate on a Caribbean breeze as soon as they return to dry land.

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    1. It was ok. I didn't really feel any chemistry between the MC's, which is kinda ironic considering the name of the book. It was a pleasant read, just not all that memorable.

    2. This newest volume of the ‘Chemistry’ series is another fun story about a science major who runs into the love of his life and doesn’t really know what to do about it. More timid than his colleagues in previous books, Brad needs several nudges and some luck to even start trying. As an additional complication, Jordy, the man he is interested in is an American studies major, and a lot more comfortable around people than Brad could ever dream of being. Not to mention that he has a boyfriend! [...]

    3. All aboard the LOVE BOAT for a romantic cruise around the Caribbean.Brad always admires from afar but when it actually comes to chatting anybody up, he gets completely tongue tied and normally doesn’t get a word over his lips. Oh how I know this feeling especially when you find someone attractive that you feel will never be interested in you because you don’t have enough confidence in yourself. Especially when you think that you aren’t good looking or interesting enough and what would said [...]

    4. Another cute addition to the series. Still not as good as the first book IMO but read worthy nonetheless. I just loved the first scene with Jordy and his "Footloose" parking lot scene. It gave a great picture of him. And Brad, poor geeky Brad. Although I don't think he was nearly as nerdy as he thought. Unlike the other two, most of this one takes place on a cruise ship so we don't get the college atmosphere much. I missed that. And thank you for a girl bff who was wonderful. I loved her!

    5. Started strong, but ultimately I wasn't sure that I felt that the MCs really had anything in common. Not my favorite of the series.

    6. Awww… What a sweet story! I’ve said it before, I’ll probably say it again, Andrew Grey writes a good, sweet story. It is what he does, and he does it well. This is a nice coming of age, college boys fall in love story, with minimal drama, and no angst.Brad is a college student, working part time to supplement his parental paid for education. He works evenings at a local grocery store, with his best friend Helen. One evening, he sees a beautiful boy pull in to the parking lot, singing and d [...]

    7. Andrew Grey’s third installment of the chemistry series is Electrochemistry. None of the books is really about chemistry of the academic variety, but rather the personal type ;) All three are college age geek love stories, sort of YA+, I think the type is new adult. Brad and Jordy are both 19 and are college students in Pennsylvania, but most of this story takes place on a cruise, so it has the feeling of a vacation-romance.I had read and enjoyed the first two “chemistry” books, so I was l [...]

    8. 4 star review by VickiAwww… What a sweet story! I’ve said it before, I’ll probably say it again, Andrew Grey writes a good, sweet story. It is what he does, and he does it well. This is a nice coming of age, college boys fall in love story, with minimal drama, and no angst.Brad is a college student, working part time to supplement his parental paid for education. He works evenings at a local grocery store, with his best friend Helen. One evening, he sees a beautiful boy pull in to the park [...]

    9. I received my copy from the publisher through Love Romances and MoreThis was a charming story and a wonderful read. There was so much to like in this book. Brad is a charming character although very insecure about himself and shy. He is convinced he’s not really attractive and can’t imagine why anyone would be interested in him. When Jordi, the boy he’s been admiring from afar for months, finally shows an interest in him, it takes Brad some time to believe it is actually happening, to him. [...]

    10. ​Brad Jergens is a slightly struggling college student majoring in chemistry. He comes from money, but when he blew through an entire semesters funds in just a month, his parents made him get a job to make his own money for extras. So he works at the local supermarket with his best friend, Helen. One day at work one Jordy Fleming drives into his life, and it will never be the same. Jordy is flamboyant, gorgeous and full of life and energy. Everything that Brad thinks he is not. With the Thanks [...]

    11. Original Blog Post: multitaskingmommas/201Oh this was really sweet.I love it when Andrew Grey comes up with a sweet story that was very light and very fast to read. It is almost 200 pages long but it was so lightly written, it felt too short a read and I just lost myself in this.There is practically no angst to this little story, about two young men who go to the same college. Brad saw Jordy first from a distance then got up close and a bit impersonal in the grocery he works night shifts in. The [...]

    12. Andrew Grey gives us a happy, nearly angst-free story of college-age love. Brad Jergens and Jordy Fleming are brought together through a series of coincidences, meeting first at the store where Brad works, then bumping into each other on campus, and finally finding themselves on the same holiday cruise with their families.The cruise is the really fun part of the book, with Brad and Jordy exploring every facet of a large cruise ship and ports of call. It made me want to book my first cruise immed [...]

    13. Sweet and Tender in Keeping With the Settings and SeriesThis is an unusual love story in that it takes place on a Caribbean cruise--oh, really, a love story on a cruise? Well, what is different is that quite serendipitously two students of Dickinson College in Carlisle, Pennsylvania, who are mere acquaintances on campus find themselves sailing on this Thanksgiving break outing with their respective families--and nothing happens until, well, no spoilers.This is a laid-back, sometimes laconic, add [...]

    14. What happens when you mix a short, cute, ex-dancer (who sings off-key) and a science nerd? Sparks, emotional and personal growth, and an HEA that will have you swooning. Electrochemistry is book #3 in the Chemistry novella series by Andrew Grey and I have to say, it’s a great ‘coming of age’ story. I love both Brad and Jordy so much! Traveling along as Brad and Jordy dance around each other is both wonderful and heartbreaking at the same time. Brad sees himself as ordinary and Jordy as bey [...]

    15. I loved the beginning of this book, and through the cruise was so fun to read. For some reason I missed that the mc's name was Brad, I don't know if I didn't notice it or it wasn't mentnioned til later in the book. But when it was I had no idea who they were talking about. I loved Jordy, he really was a fun character. When you find out more of how his life is it was sort of sad. I really how they started hanging out more and just enjoying each other. I felt like the end was rushed and a lot of q [...]

    16. Electrochemistry is the third book in the Chemistry series by Andrew Grey. As with most of Grey’s series, you don’t actually have to read the series in order to enjoy each title. In this case the link is that at least one character has a love of chemistry, and they attend Dickinson college in Carlisle, PA. (Yes, the same Carlisle from the Of Love series… Actually, a few of those eateries show up in the Chemistry series, but again those are little Easter eggs for those who have read the Of [...]

    17. Andrew Grey is another of my favorite authors, but this book didn't give me the connection I had hoped. It was a cute but simple story that takes place on a cruise ship where Jordy and Brad meet up accidentally and forge a connection between the two of them. Jordy is so confident and at home in his skin that he radiates awesomeness wherever he goes and I really enjoyed his character the most. Brad is also a shy nerdy sweet guy who needs more self confidence, but he falls for Jordy and they are r [...]

    18. Sweet! I enjoy this series because my science brain gets giddy when I read stuff pertaining to chemistry and the like, lol. As always, I enjoyed the epilogue and I also enjoyed all the cruise stuff! I've never been on one but it always interested me! It was also nice to revisit the characters from the other two books! :)

    19. I don't know why I waited so long to read this book! It was so sweet and wonderful and exactly what I needed. I've enjoyed all of the books in the Chemistry series but this one I think was (albeit light) the best of them all.

    20. I loved the romance at sea episode; I have cruised a lot and the details were great. I loved and was drawn the the MCs. I really liked the female best friend and the parents. The mother finally saw the light, so to speak. Another great book I in the series. A 6 stars rating pfrom me.

    21. Sweet lovely easy read. I gave it two stars because that was all it was. It was OK. Nothing spectacular about it. Nothing i disliked and plenty of stuff I liked but it was a little boring.

    22. 3.5 reallyI loved most of the story, but the end was SO rushed. Just a few more pages about adjusting to life off the ship would've made it a strong 4 or 5 star.

    23. I don't like the fact that Jordy and Brad slept together before Jordy officially breaks up with his boyfriend. Isn't that kinda like cheating? Just my opinion. I'm very particular about that.

    24. I couldn't put this book down, but that's the case with all of Andrews books.This was a wonderful story, I wish it had a few more chapters as I didn't want it to end.

    25. This was an enjoyable story and part of a pleasurable series. They could be stand-alone novels but I recommend them all.

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