Book Review: The Soulmate Equation by Christiana Lauren

I have read several books by these authors and it has usually been a hit or miss for me.

What if you can find your soulmate by matching your DNA sample with thousands of others across the globe? This is the premise of the story and I think it is one of those stories that I liked the idea of the story more than the actual story. As a scientist, It is exciting to think that such a thing can be possible and wonder about the implications of that however, this one started a bit slow for me with too much banter between the protagonist and her bestfriend and then I couldn’t connect with both protagonists no matter how much I tried. I also felt the “romance” was seriously lacking here and didn’t feel that there was any real chemistry between them.

There were some things I liked about the story though, like Jess’s close relationship with her grand parents and how they also provided support for her daughter. I also admired her determination to succeed and not end up in the same path her own mother took.

This story didn’t do much for me but I will still try out what next these authors pull up because I have read some really great stories by them in the past.

Rating: 3 Stars

Published: May 18th 2021 by Gallery Books

Pages: 360

Genre: Romance

Buy: www.amazon.com


The Authors:

Christina Lauren
Photo Credit: Goodreads.com

Christina Lauren is the combined pen name of long-time writing partners/best friends Christina Hobbs and Lauren Billings. The coauthor duo writes both Young Adult and Adult Fiction, and together has produced seventeen New York Times bestselling novels. Their books have been translated into 30+ languages. (Some of these books have kissing. Some of these books have A LOT of kissing.)


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