Love At Absolute Zero

Love At Absolute Zero - Christopher Meeks Gunnar Gunderson is a 32 YO scientist who has had his nose in a book and head in his research his entire adult life. When he finally makes tenure, he realizes that it is time to find a wife. What better way than to use the Scientific Method. It is what any good scientist would do, right? Besides, what could go wrong? As he quickly finds out, everything!

Love at Absolute Zero is a funny, yet compelling read. Being a scientist, I liked the idea of using the Scientific Method to help find a soul mate. It is an original idea and one that you know will make for some funny situations. I wasn't disappointed! Some of the situations that Gunnar gets into just made me cringe, yet I couldn't stop reading. It is like a watching a train know it is coming, yet you can't seem to look away. I was rooting for him the entire book.

The peripheral characters round out the book nicely. I hated Kara, but loved Ursula. I think most readers will agree! The speed dating scenes were laugh-out-loud funny. The book is worth reading just for those alone. Will Gunnar be able to find true love? You will have to read to find out!