Deadly Chemistry (Sex, Lies, and Science Geeks, #1)

  • Title: Deadly Chemistry (Sex, Lies, and Science Geeks, #1)
  • Author: Teri Anne Stanley
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  • Page: 278
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  • Deadly Chemistry Sex Lies and Science Geeks Former undercover cop Mike Gibson has been lying low working as a maintenance man to put his troubled younger brother through college But when a beautiful scientist enlists Mike s help to repair the
    Former undercover cop Mike Gibson has been lying low, working as a maintenance man to put his troubled younger brother through college But when a beautiful scientist enlists Mike s help to repair the damage done to her lab by a group of vandals, Mike finds that his, and his brother s pasts, are about to be brought to light Laura Kane was happy having a secret crush on thFormer undercover cop Mike Gibson has been lying low, working as a maintenance man to put his troubled younger brother through college But when a beautiful scientist enlists Mike s help to repair the damage done to her lab by a group of vandals, Mike finds that his, and his brother s pasts, are about to be brought to light Laura Kane was happy having a secret crush on the hot maintenance man at Tucker University, but when the drug she was studying is stolen, Laura has a chance to get to know Mike in person The problem is, he seems to know about what s going on than any maintenance man should But then the drug turns up in the wrong hands, and Mike and Laura have to decide if their own chemistry will help, or hinder, the race to save innocent lives.

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    1. ARC kindly provided by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Deadly Chemistry was a cute read!What I liked: 1) Lauren was pretty geeky and awkward. She rambled on about random things when she'd get nervous around Mike. It was kind of endearing. Even though she was career-driven, she wasn't stuck up. Despite the fact that she had her doctorate and a great job, Lauren still entertained the idea of dating the maintenance man. Never once did she look down on Mike.2) Mike was f [...]

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    2. Really enjoyed this novel by my pal, Teri Anne Stanley! A fun, engaging romantic suspense. And, hello! Hot ex-cop and science in one book? Sign. Me. Up.

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    3. My Review:I'll admit when it came time to decide whether or not to accept this book for review, I didn't look much past the series titleSex, Lies, and Science Geeks. I do love it when geeks and suspense collide so this was a no-brainer for me. Overall, the book was okay. It had an interesting plot with just the right levels of science thrown in to make the "geek" part of the story line believable. I enjoyed the entire set up with Mike's family with his brothers and their troubled past. I loved a [...]

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    4. The chemical reactions found in this book don't only take place in the research lab. Nope, there's also plenty of action going on between the delightfully nerdy research gal and a hunky manly man of a maintenance man, who's actually a hunky manly man of a cop who's trying to clear his name after a botched drug dealer take-down made him trade in his badge for a tool belt. The plot (and sexual tension) thickens when it looks like the new deadly drugs on the street might be coming from the gal's la [...]

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    5. This is a fun light hearted story with great humor, romance, and mystery. Down on his luck, shamed detective Mike Gibson is working hard to restore his name and honor by tracking the deadly strain of drugs that have hit the streets. When it is traced back to the nerdy yet sexy scientist Mike has been trying not to lust after things get interesting fast!I really enjoyed this book. Well written, funny, and a story that moves along at a good pace all work together to make this a very enjoyable read [...]

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    6. Okay, states the character’s name as Laura, but it’s actually Lauren! Oops. This was a fun, light-hearted read, yeah, even for a romantic suspense. From the cute meet, I realized this book was not made to be serious, so I went in and enjoyed the ride. If you’re looking for a quick, fun read, this is your book. Don’t worry about the science-nerdy stuff if that’s not your thing. It’s not really all that nerdy. But if it is your thing, the hot-hero stuff more than makes up for that.

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    7. I liked this one a lot. Bits more of a 3.5-3.9 review. Full review to come. I agreed to review b/c i had met the author and was worried when I realized it was a romantic suspense book. Those of you who know me know I don't do romantic suspense, so the fact that I was able to finish it says a lot about the writing!

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    8. What a fun read! My inner science nerd loved every page, especially the ones that involved, ahem, chemistry. Take one Mike, add one Lauren, throw in some deadly danger, and kaboom! Enjoy the explosive reaction. Yes, kiddies, science CAN be hot!

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    9. I love reading about couples where one is a "Geek," maybe because I was a bit of one in high school. Lauren was the perfect geek. I loved how she thought in terms of science, and cells and whatnot. I liked how, even though she was a geek, she had a sexual past. And lastly, I liked how Mike saw the non-geekiness in her. True love, ha ha!Mike was a great hero. Sexy, smart, and flawed. His desire to keep his family together was well-written; I could feel his angst, and empathized with him. I liked [...]

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    10. Title: Deadly Chemistry - Sex, Lies, and Science Geeks Book 1 Author: Teri Anne StanleyPublisher: Entangled Ignite Published: 6-23-2014 ISBN: 13-978-1-62266-739-0ASIN E-Book B00KP86AVUPages: 246 Genre: Romance Tags: Suspense Sensual Level: Overall Rating: Very Good Reviewed For: Entangled Publishing Reviewer: DelAnneNerdy scientist and over-protective ex-cop finally acknowledge their attractionouble comes and together they make everything right. Sounds familiar doesn't it? Well forget it because [...]

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    11. Every scientist knows that opposites attract – but Laura Kane also knows what happens when that attraction leads you to letting a man take over your life. After watching her mother give up her career as a scientist after getting married, Laura knows that there is no room in her life for any man…that is until she literally falls in the arms of “The Hottest Maintenance Man In History” – Mike Gibson.Mike Gibson is trying to pick up the pieces of his life, trying to get his younger brother [...]

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    12. Full review available on All About Romance - likesbooks/cgi-bin/bookRevWhy did I pick up this book? Because it’s the first in a new series - Sex, Lies and Science Geeks. I mean, come on, how can I pass that up? I’m not usually one for romantic suspense, but add in a good geek girl (or guy) and I’ll give it a shot! I’m pretty glad I did, too. It’s not the most exciting mystery ever, but the romance was cute and it was an easy read. I liked it.Dr. Lauren Kane is a bit of the absent-minde [...]

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    13. ARC received for an honest review from publisher originally posted at ramblingsfromthischickDeadly Chemistry ( Sex, Lies, and Science Geeks #1) by Teri Anne Stanley was a fun, light, suspenseful and romantic read. Stanley delivered a story that was enjoyable and suspenseful at the same time. The hero and the heroine were complete opposites but they definitely attracted! The author provided great main characters and also supporting characters.Mike Gibson is in a tough situation. He is working as [...]

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    14. 3 starsWhen Entangled first send the list for ARC to be reviewed, I think that Deadly Chemistry is a PNR book (or Sci-Fi) just based on the cover and its title. Turn that the first installment of Sex, Lies and Science Geeks series and also Ms Stanley debut is romantic suspense. Beside PNR, RS is one of my favorite genre and so I request this. Aside from the yummy cover of courseDeadly Chemistry is story about Lauren Kane, a scientist and Mike Gibson ex-cop turn to be maintenance man. Mike try to [...]

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    15. 3.5 starsI really don't what I felt about this book. I really liked it but there were sometimes that I just wanted to punch the characters! This time it wasn't just the girl who annoyed me it was both and that's not normal for me. Another thing that I didn't like and that when this kind of thing happens in books my rating is never more than 4 stars. The time. It was to fast for meAfter a couple of days they were already in loveBesides these things I really liked the story.I really liked Lauren w [...]

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    16. More reviews at losttobooks The description of this book had me at 'undercover cop' really. I think this is my latest phase of reading and can't get enough of them so obviously I requested Deadly Chemistry when I saw it up on NetGalley.I liked the relationship in this book. The build up was good and things did get hot and steamy when the characters were finally together. I'm all for alpha-type men in books and Mike was just that. He was the stereotypical 'hot' guy who has a bit of a tortured pas [...]

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    17. Laura’s one of those characters you can’t help but like. She’s incredibly book smart but she’s not obnoxious about it. She’s a people person and an animal lover, caring for a family of possums living in a trash can and convincing Mike to adopt a temperamental cat. She’s confident in herself but an adorable klutz around sexy men. Well, one sexy man in particular. She’s giving, believes the best of everyone, and sees the good in almost everything.It’s easy to see why Laura found Mi [...]

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    18. Sex, Lies, and Science Geeks sum it up pretty well.Laura is creating something incredible in her lab at the university, that would help many with chronic pain, after it is developed. She is fully focused on her work, fighting for the financing of the project, and has no time for a relationship.Mike is an ex-cop, who had to leave the force for being set up as a bad cop. He decides to catch the drug selling gang by himself, to clear his name.The connection and attraction between Mike and Laura is [...]

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    19. Mike has followed the path of a new illegal drug being made to a local college and goes unofficially undercover as a maintenance man. One of his brothers is a researcher there and another is a student. Mike meets Lauren who is actually doing research on a new drug in stages that in the final stage will be a pain reliever, but in the earlier stage resembles morphine. Her lab is vandalized and her drug research is stolen. Mike and Lauren fall for each other as they try to figure out who is behind [...]

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    20. This novel is a great beginning for a series by this author. That is once you open the pages and step into the story you are quickly wisked away Mike and Lauren in a storyline that involves many factors. Mike is trying to uncover the real who done it while doing a job he must plus take care of his brother also becomes involved with research scientist Lauren when her lab is the target with what it contains. Both begin to look connected so they work together to find the pieces to stop all the trou [...]

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    21. Lauren Kane may be a science geek but she is also a woman who needs to be loved. She is working hard to get a grant to continue with her drug research, but strange things keep happening. Who thought that chemistry would put her in danger? Her protector is Mike Gibson, college maintenance man. He is, also, the man she is crushing on. She doesn't know that he is working at Tucker College to find who is selling her drug. He needs to find who's doing this so he can get his job back. Do they stand a [...]

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    22. I received a copy from the publisher in exchange for an honest review.Deadly Chemistry was an entertaining story, but it had its downfalls.I loved the beginning of the story. And throughout the book there was a nice balance of humor, romance, and suspense. The way Lauren literally tumbled into Mike’s life was absolutely amusing. There was an instant connection. But things didn’t move too fast. And Stanley did a good job of incorporating work life balance issues, which contributed to Lauren [...]

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    23. Lauren a wonderful down to earth geek.Mike a sexy, maintenance man/ on suspension cop. These two have the instant lust thing going on with a storyline that is more than entertaining. When the heat is released between them it's more than worth the wait yet Laurent is the one in this relationship who fears being in a relationship will lead to being a housewife and mother which also means giving up her career. Mike has his own issues but is more open to the idea of being with Lauren. Now Mike is tr [...]

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    24. I found this to be a fantastic read. The pacing was great and while I did suspect the ultimate villain because of some of his early actions that seemed to be a 'little' obvious (to me), I really hadn't expected him to turn out to be the villain. Mike was hot and so devoted to figuring out where the drugs were for. I could and do respect him for the job he does. I loved the uber-geek of Lauren. It's great to see a geek do well and not be ashamed or embarrassed of her geekdom. I did think she had [...]

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    25. Hooked into the characters straight away, especially Mike, a suspended cop determined to clear his name, take the bad guys down and…the bit I really liked…keep his younger brother on the straight and narrow. Lauren was normal in the best possible way…twitchy when under social pressure, but comfortable in her own skin when in scientist mode. Great way to throw a very relatable woman’s lack of confidence into relief.The attraction between Lauren and Mike sizzled (and flared), the story lin [...]

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    26. This was a good start to the series, which I hope to read more. The sizzle between the nerdy scientist Lauren and hot alpha ex-cop Mike was pretty instantaneous and hot. I always love a good connection right off the bat. It did not seem over the top but just right. I liked the story line of Lauren's drug story but felt I figured it out quickly. Mike and his brothers, along with their hang ups, were a great secondary plot too. I hope that in the next books for this series, we can see them repair [...]

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    27. Nerdy girl scientist meet studly former undercover cop What else needs to be said?This is a fun romantic suspense set in a college town. Mike and Lauren have a lot of baggage to work through as they become a couple. The supporting characters (especially Mike's brothers) are well written and funny. The pace was quick and the dialogue witty. It had the right amount of will they or won't they heat.I recommend this book for those who are fans of big bang or moonlighting! I was given a free copy for [...]

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    28. Chick-lit meets crime in a way that's more romantic comedy than romantic suspense, the latter of which was what I'd initially expected when I read the blurb. Instead, I got several laugh out loud moments with a geeky and klutzy heroine and a hot maintenance man who's really a disgraced detective looking to clear his name. A light-hearted, fun read, with plus points because there're cats involved.

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    29. This was a light, pleasant read but the 'bad guy' is easy to pick. However, good-guy Mike is a lovely man. Somewhat damaged by an unpleasant childhood, you can't help falling for him, as does Lauren. She is naive in revealing so much of her research to all and sundry; I wanted to shake her at times but she is sweet and caring.

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    30. Well, this was just plain fun! I loved Mike the Hot Maintenance Man, who had that rugged, manliness you can't resist (think a Jill Shalvis hero). He had some of the best lines! And the mystery was like watching one of those fantastic whodunits on TV. You *know* (or have a pretty good guess) whodunit, but it sure is fun to watch the villain's plan unravel. Great debut!

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