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Title: “Love on the Brain”  Author: Ali Hazelwood  Reading level: Adult 

Books of the week of Sept. 7

Title: “Love on the Brain” 
Author: Ali Hazelwood 
Reading level: Adult

What would you do if you had to suddenly work with your graduate school archnemesis? For Bee, she would try her best to politely pretend that he doesn’t exist. She and her nemesis, Levi Ward, are hired by NASA to co-lead their new neuroengineering project. Everything seems to be working just fine between them and the project. Levi actually seems to not hate her as much as he did in school. However, it all starts to crumble when NASA equipment goes missing. In order to find the missing equipment, Levi and Bee will actually have to work together. Will the two archenemies learn to like each other or possibly more? 

This new book from BookTok sensation Ali Hazelwood is a must-read. This book blend romantic comedy with women working in STEM. You can find this book in the library or on the Libby app.  

Title: “The Mother-In -Law” 
Author: Sally Hepworth

Lucy Goodwin knew from the moment she met Diana that she was not the woman Diana wanted for her dear little boy. Through the years, Lucy tries to create a good relationship with Diana but nothing works. Tensions peak when Diana deliberately goes against Lucy’s instructions and the youngest child isn’t the only one admitted to the hospital. But Lucy wouldn’t ever intentionally hurt anyone, right?  Everyone knows that Diana and her husband Tom are beyond wealthy. Their two children, Ollie and Nettie, know that when they die, the money will be divided among them. Now Tom is gone and Diana is his sole beneficiary.  When Ollie’s business starts to fail and Nettie expects a limitless account for fertility treatments, Diana draws the line on support.  Lucy doesn’t know what they will do for financial stability.  Something had to give.  Then the police show up at her door – Diana is dead.  And they are all wanted for questioning.   

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