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CAPTURE: Elements of Chemistry (Hypothesis Series Book 3) Kindle Edition
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This book starts six months after Martin and Kaitlyn's last encounter when she asked him to leave her alone. We learn that Kaitlyn has been heartbroken but she has made changes to her life. After 8 months, she sees Martin again. Martin is a bit different in this book and I missed his old self. There is less sexual tension in this book in fact they don't kiss again until near the end.
There are some new characters in this book including two new men that are attracted to Katilyn and we also meet Emma, Martin's business partner. We're told she has a 'British' accent but she just sounded American to me!
I did like that Martin and Kaitlyn had both changed and grown but them getting back together seemed a bit drawn out and made me wonder if there had been the need to drag the story over three books which is always my problem with trilogies. I missed the old Martin, I saw a few glimpses of him but not enough and I felt their 'chemistry' a little less in this book but I did feel their love, especially Martin's.
I did enjoy this trilogy, perhaps if I had read it as one whole book my rating would be an overall 5 star. I do love Penny's writing and look forward to reading more of her books but I hope this is the last of her experiment with a trilogy!
I don’t normally give a star rating till the end of my review but sod it Capture totally gets 5 stars from me.
This book is brilliantly awkward and cringe worthy!!?!
I love Kaitlyn she’s quirky and just a bit downright strange, but I think the odder she gets the more I like her!!
At one point I was actually shouting at my kindle, she misses things that are so blatantly obvious to everyone else!!?
Martin is stoic and dry, right up to the point where he explodes and all his emotions spill out!!!
I’ve actually come to the conclusion that he’s as awkward around Kaitlyn as she is around him!!! How that’s possible for such a confident guy I have no idea but it just makes me adore him sooooo much.
From start to finish this book caused a massive smile on my face. It doesn’t matter what these characters do or say I just adore them.
I really hope this isn’t the last we see of Martin and Kaitlyn, I’ve loved watching them grow and change into adults,
This series worked on every level it’s funny and at times silly, but then there is this quiet, beautiful love story that shines so brightly.
Penny Reid has managed to take two unpleasant, strange characters and make a fairytale.
Capture gets a brilliant 5 stars from me.
ARC was generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review.
This is the review of Part 3: Capture from the three part book called Elements of Chemistry. It is the story of Kaitlyn Parker and her Lab partner Martin Sandeke. This book starts off from the cliffhanger from the last book you know where everything went to hell and I wanted to scream in frustration.
I've kept this short and spoiler free since it's the last book in the series (p.s it's also kind of all over the place).
Kaitlyn Parker is the girl, who doesn't like standing out. Martin Sandeke on the other hand is the golden (bad) boy, is that a thing? I don't know, if it isn't it should be. He's the campus hottest bachelor and Kaitlyn thinks she's nothing special. Though I'm sure me, martin and everyone else who gets to know her disagrees.
This book takes place 9 months after the last book, everything has changed.
Kaitlyn has changed her major from chemical engineering to music. She's finally being open about what she wants, trying new things, she's in a band and even though the last few months have been brutal on her; she matured. She's happy and the blight in the happy hour is the man she was/is in love with.
Martin left university to work on his investment project in New York and it seems he got what he wanted. Well, apart from Kaitlyn that is.
Martin and Kaitlyn meet on one of Kaitlyn's band performances and it seems like Martin wants Kaitlyn to be his friend, the friend who told him she was always going to be there for him, no matter what. And Kaitlyn is Kaitlyn she wants to help, she wants to be his friend, to this guy that has no one to talk to and understand or care about him.
So Kaitlyn and Martin try to be friends, where Kaitlyn pretends she's ok with thinking he might be dating someone, didn't like her anymore while she was stupid in love with him and Martin tries to make Kaitlyn see (unsuccessfully, I might add) that he's not over her but as we know Kaitlyn can be completely oblivious to what is going around her.
I did love them together, they make each other so much more. They are both very smart and wonderful in their own way but their being together, brings out the best, e.g. Martin tries to be not be a huge Jerk-Face and Kaitlyn is more open to feeling and saying what she's feeling than hiding.
There were a couple of parallel and references made to the other books in the series which I found sweet and I suppose as nostalgic as Martin and Kaitlyn did.
Random Quote that I liked: Kaitlyn: `Love, I decided, is being a sidekick.'
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