Below Zero by Ali Hazelwood

Below Zero by Ali Hazelwood

NASA Romance

Dive into the wintry world of “Below Zero” by Ali Hazelwood, where the heroine finds herself caught in a snowstorm, setting the stage for a captivating second chance romance. The story unfolds as the hero, working for NASA, becomes her unexpected savior. This novel artfully weaves together the past and present, allowing readers to witness the couple’s initial meeting four years ago and the rekindling of their connection as they collaborate on a crucial project at NASA.

The protagonists, both brilliant minds in their own right, share a history of bonding over their mutual fascination with Mars during their first encounter. However, life pulled them apart, and they lost touch until circumstances brought them back together within the walls of NASA. The stakes are high as the heroine seeks funding for a vital project, adding an element of urgency and tension to the narrative.

While the chemistry between the hero and heroine shines in the past chapters, the present storyline seems somewhat rushed and lacks the pining and irresistible chemistry that characterized the earlier parts of the book. Despite this, Hazelwood’s storytelling prowess makes the novel an engaging read, and the glimpses into the characters’ shared history bring depth to the overall narrative.

Though the conflict in “Below Zero” may bear some resemblance to its predecessor, the novel retains its charm and appeal, even if the second book in the series held a slightly stronger allure. The novellas crafted by Hazelwood offer a delightful and entertaining escape, and readers are sure to find enjoyment in this romantic journey, especially in the richly detailed past chapters that form the heart of the story.

Below Zero by Ali Hazelwood

Rating out of 5
4 Stamps (Delivered Well)
Book 19 of 80
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