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Imperfect Chemistry (Imperfect Series Book 1) by [Frame, Mary]
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4.1 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews
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About the Author

To sign up for the newsletter and have the opportunity to receive advance copies of new releases, go here! www.authormaryframe.com Mary Frame is a full time mother and wife with a full time job. She has no idea how she manages to write novels, except that it involves copious amounts of wine. She doesn't enjoy writing about herself in third person, but she does enjoy reading, writing, dancing, and damaging the ear drums of her co-workers when she randomly decides to sing to them. She lives in Reno, Nevada with her husband, two children and a border collie named Stella. She LOVES hearing from readers and will not only respond but likely begin stalking them while tossing out hearts and flowers and rainbows! If that doesn't creep you out, e-mail her at: maryframeauthor@gmail.com Follow her on twitter: @marewulf Like her Facebook Author page: www.facebook.com/AuthorMaryFrame

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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 2052 KB
  • Print Length: 218 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00JTJQRNW
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Screen Reader: Supported
  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars 42 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #6,015 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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By I on 29 April 2017
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I liked Lucy,Jensen and friends. They were well rounded, thought-out characters.
I am not usually a fan of college based romances and so have no idea why I purchased this book or why, having bought it, I delayed reading it because it was enjoyable and an easy read without being shallow.
I intend reading more books by the author.
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My wife is a nurse and in the all to short breaks likes to read, this genre fills the need for a bit of escapism. She enjoyed the book and thats all that really matters.
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By majestic on 18 April 2017
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Amazing main characters. Smart main lady, gorgeous main man . This book really had it all like literally I didn't want it to end.
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Awful book. I thought it would be about imperfect molecular structures in chemistry, not such a vile topic. I was shocked at the sheer inappropriate content in this book. For a 13 year old this book is a no-go.
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By kat on 17 Aug. 2015
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A little slow in places but over all it was a good read
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I’m ashamed to say that I one-clicked this story back in May 2014, and a recent review on Goodreads reminded me that I had it and should read it, as I love girl-nerd stories. Honestly? I wish I hadn’t left it until now to read it.

“You need to understand how people tick, which can’t always be explained with logic and quantified by science.”

Lucy London is in trouble. Her university grant is at risk because her role, as a peer counsellor, has highlighted her social awkwardness and inability to relate to other people on a more emotional level. This in turn presents a problem for her project on emotion as a pathogen. When her latest patient complains about her bedside manner, Lucy is relieved of duty and told to go out and enjoy life and experience things that other normal 20YOs are experiencing.

“I need to gain experience. I need to find friends and be more social. Experience lust…The thought makes me cringe a little.”

Jensen Walker is Lucy’s neighbour. They’ve never really spoken but Lucy’s set her sights on him as the study subject for her project. However, he’s unwilling until his reluctant interest in her and his concern for her has him caving in.

“I didn’t think having all these emotions would be so confusing and annoying.”
“Welcome to the human experience.”

This novel was right up my street! It was a funny story that had me chuckling constantly about a quirky, genius heroine discovering her feelings for the first time. She’s likened to Spock in the novel but having been at university since she was 13YO, she’s walked her own path and sees everything in life through a scientist’s eyes.

I ADORED Lucy and her personal journey, as she gets in touch with her emotions.
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I really liked this book - read in the rare English sunshine in my garden. Lucy is very socially awkward and scientifically minded- with no people skill...to begin with. When she has to get emotional she literally goes up to someone and speaks (maybe not so awkward) This was an enjoyable , read in the sunshine book and I recommend it
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