When the Stars Align Their passion burned hotter than the stars For Josephine Jo Kramer nothing has ever been easy When she earns a summer internship in Puerto Rico working at one of the world s preeminent scientific f

  • Title: When the Stars Align
  • Author: Jeanette Grey
  • ISBN: 9781455562701
  • Page: 282
  • Format: Paperback
  • Their passion burned hotter than the stars .For Josephine Jo Kramer, nothing has ever been easy When she earns a summer internship in Puerto Rico, working at one of the world s preeminent scientific facilities, she ll let nothing distract her Not her own insecurities, not the arrogant scientists, and definitely not her tall, chiseled research partner, Adam For AdaTheir passion burned hotter than the stars .For Josephine Jo Kramer, nothing has ever been easy When she earns a summer internship in Puerto Rico, working at one of the world s preeminent scientific facilities, she ll let nothing distract her Not her own insecurities, not the arrogant scientists, and definitely not her tall, chiseled research partner, Adam For Adam McCay, physics is simple it s women who are complicated Especially brilliant, beautiful ones like Jo From the moment they meet, he can feel the heat smoldering deep beneath her icy exterior And Adam knows just what it will take to make Jo melt .Under the endless stars of a tropical sky, Jo and Adam indulge their every desire But as their internship comes to an end, their perfect island paradise is threatened Was their time together a summer fling Or is their passion hot enough to last the long winter nights

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    1. 4.5 STARS! ★★★★☆"Drawn in by gravity, fueled by a fire as old as the universe itself. He was never letting her out of his orbit again."I've never been happier to stumble across another book that took me by absolute surprise! For that I have to thank my lovely girl, Feifei who brought this to my attention. Pretty cover, wonderful blurb and a story that left me reeling with such happiness after putting it down. There's a part of me that wants to re-read some scenes just to relive all the [...]

    2. I requested When the Stars Align on a whim after glancing at that beautiful cover. Then I found out that the book was set in Puerto Rico and also had characters who were scientists and I was even more excited to start it. Jo was a tough character at times. She was a tricky character at first because she guarded her emotions tightly inside and came across as a tough and hard to get through. Behind her pierced and tattooed persona though was a just a girl who had never really felt love. When she o [...]

    3. This book wasgh.It was so cute.I almost forgot how to write a positive review cause it's been so long, lol.I loved everything about this book. The heroine reminded me a lot of Stephanie fromIsn't She Lovely. She was all sharp edges and hidden vulnerability. The hero was a good guy. So we have that bad girl/good guy scenario. Which, I admit, I missed a lot.The book takes place in Puerto Rico. The hero and heroine and a bunch of other side characters landed an internship at some famous science fac [...]

    4. 2.5 stars. I'm a fan of romance with science involved, especially between scientists, but I was a bit disappointed in this book - I expected it to be a steamy romance with a lot of character development and lots of physics at the Arecibo observatory in Puerto Rico. It's a place that ignited my fascination in the movie Contact, so I was really expecting big things here! When the Stars Align had all of those elements, but I didn't feel like the science played as much of a part as I wished it would [...]

    5. I am a huge fan of Jeanette Grey having read a lot of her earlier stuff, so when I saw this up on Netgalley I couldn’t grab it fast enough. We first meet Jo on her way to Puerto Rico where she’s earned a summer internship working in a prominent science facility. She’s determined to prove her worth to those that matter… she doesn’t have time for anything else. She’s prickly and disagreeable on the outside but there is this amazing vulnerability below the surface and Grey does an amazi [...]

    6. When I first read the synopsis for When the Stars Align, I knew it was something I wanted to read, and could not wait to crack this book openWhen I began reading I did initially like the protagonist, Jo. She was strong and determined, and would not let anyone tell her what she could and couldn't do. This determination and perseverance landed her a coveted spot in a summer internship at Arecibo, Puerto Rico, doing research at the biggest radio telescope in the world. But after the brief introduct [...]

    7. This book came highly recommended, so I was pretty eager to read it. I loved Adam instantly. He's a genuine and honest guy and being in his head was such a delight. I loved seeing him react to Jo. I did struggle a bit with Jo. She's had a lot of things happen to her and while it is understandable for her to act the way she does, it also made it a little hard for me to get invested. Which I'm fully aware doesn't make sense. However, I loved their relationship and how they grew and changed togethe [...]

    8. *I was given a netgalley (ARC) of this book from the publisher for an honest review*3.5 stars. Overall, I would say that I was mildly surprised by this New Adult novel. It certainly had a lot memorable characters, and the writing was decent in every sense. The scientific aspect of this novel was appealing, as well as the role the setting played in the story. All of the settings - from the telescope to the island, were easily imaginable and fit the theme of a summer fling. Those who enjoy a steam [...]

    9. This review was originally posted on Ticket to AnywherePlace(s) Traveled To: Arecibo, Puerto Rico // Baltimore, Maryland // Vieques Island, Puerto RicoFirst Line(s): You don't ask, you don't get.I'll admit it. I have double standards. We all do when you think about it and WHEN THE STARS ALIGN hits on one of mine. The heroine of WHEN THE STARS ALIGN, Jo, is one that really got on my nerves as she had a huge chip on her shoulder. And while I can sometimes put up with this more when its the hero [...]

    10. Originally posted at Daydreaming Books.**I was provided an eARC by Forever Romance via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.**This book was so awsome! I really, really enjoyed it so much. (And I'm soo happy my requests are being approved in Netgalley though I've limited myself for requesting titles there.) I was overjoyed when I saw the email that I was approved for this book. And this book sure didn't let me down, the plot, the characters, the setting, everything was pretty incredible. Su [...]

    11. **You can see this full review and more at Book Briefs: bookbriefs**When the Stars Align is a new adult contemporary romance by Jeanette Grey. It follow Jo and Adam, as they travel to Puerto Rico for the summer to take part in a prestigious astronomy program. I loved that Jo and Adam at first glance seem like total opposites, but as we get to know them they are really very similar. I thought they balanced each other out in all the best ways. I really enjoyed their story. I should note that my co [...]

    12. Overall, I really enjoyed this book, but in the end, it was just another love story with a bunch of hella hot and steamy scenes, but nothing else. I think that Jo's a great character, but I just feel like it was a bit too much sometimes and bit too cliche for me.

    13. 4.5 Stars for this contemporary New Adult romance.Jo is a mess of a woman, a junior in college studying astronomy. She's just begun a ten-week internship at the Arecibo Telescope in Puerto Rico, and she's not happy to be assigned a female mentor--because she's always been pawned off on the "lesser" scientists, and Jo's serious about making it in astronomy. Thing is, Jo's had it rough. Her mother died in childbirth, and her father was aloof, distracted or grieving. He's a bit of a nightmare, actu [...]

    14. I'm not even sure I can form a proper review at this point, because I am just so in love with this book, I think I might start it over and read it again. I wanted to read this book, because the cover and the summary held my attention and I'm so thankful I got to."For Josephine "Jo" Kramer, nothing has ever been easy. When she earns a summer internship in Puerto Rico, working at one of the world's preeminent scientific facilities, she'll let nothing distract her. Not her own insecurities, not the [...]

    15. This 2.5 stars review was originally published on Latte Nights Reviews.Jo thrives to do better, to be better. When an opportunity arises for her to travel to Arecibo, Puerto Rico to do research on the biggest radio-telescope in the world, she jumps at the chance. Her focus is only on doing research, not making friends and certainly not a fling, who comes in the form of Adam.I saw this cute cover on Netgalley, read “Puerto Rico” in the description and I immediately requested it. I mean, I liv [...]

    16. I liked the individual pieces of this more than the complete whole, and I think that was because I didn't realize it was going to be an erotic new adult romance. (Or so says the Dear Author new release posts, where it's classified as erotic romance.) But I really liked the characters separately. I liked their backstories and the setting and circumstances of their romance. I liked that Jo was prickly (with cause) and didn't "look" like your normal heroine. I liked that she was much more the alpha [...]

    17. To start off, the cover is absolutely gorgeous and I really liked that. I think that's where it stopped for me. I really wanted to like the book and the synopsis was so interesting. However, I couldn't get into the writing. It clashed with my personal taste and it felt too slow for me. Along with that, I couldn't relate to the main character, Jo. I thought that she was so unlikable and didn't like her attitude. Adam was a nice enough person but I couldn't connect with him either. I feel like I'm [...]

    18. I'm sad, I really wanted to like this one, but I found myself just putting it down too easily. Maybe it was hard to connect because I'm just not a fan of 3rd person POV. But maybe it was because Jo wasn't like able. She had a huge chip on her shoulder and was pretty bitchy. Adam was fine, I didn't really have feelings about him either way. Now, if you can get into this story and connect from the beginning, you might have a totally different experience than I did. Good luck!

    19. Received via NetGalley and Forever Romance (a branch of Grand Central Publishing) in exchange for an completely unbiased review.Also posted on Silk & SerifWhen The Stars Align is a beautifully written novel following the well-trodden route girl-meets-boy. Jo has landed a summer internship in Puerto Rico with a well known astrology observatory. A summer of telescopes, stars and hard work awaits. It’s during this internship Jo meets Adam, her new work partner. Jo doesn’t make the best impr [...]

    20. This was my first time reading anything by this author. I really liked this book and ended up giving it 5 out of 5 stars. I’m so glad Netgalley approved my request for this eARC in exchange for a honest review.One of the best things about the book was the setting. I loved that it was set in a foreign locale i.e. beautiful Puerto Rico. We got to see a little of it throughout the book, and it made me want to visit. I haven’t read a ton of New Adult books, but I loved that this one wasn’t set [...]

    21. openbooksociety/article/whWhen the Stars AlignBy Jeanette GreyISBN: 9781455589876Brought to you by OBS reviewer UnaSynopsis:“I couldn’t put it down! I loved every sentence! The writing is outstanding, the setting entrancing, and the characters stole my heart. Fresh, flawed and instantly lovable, you’ll root for Jo and Adam at every turn.” — S. C. Stephens, #1 New York Times bestselling authorTheir passion burned hotter than the stars . . .For Josephine “Jo” Kramer, nothing has ever [...]

    22. Read the full review on Bookaholics Not-So-Anonymous.Note: This ARC was provided by Forever in exchange for an honest review.When the Stars Align is a new adult (NA) romance standalone and is my first read from author Jeanette Grey. Jo Kramer has never received the acknowledgment that she's wanted from her father for twenty-one years. She knows he's disappointed that she isn't the son he wanted and that her arrival into the world meant the departure of her mother, who died due to complications. [...]

    23. *I was provided an eARC by Forever Romance via NetGalley in exchange for an honest reviewI started this book really not knowing what to expect but I actually enjoyed it. This book takes place in Puerto Rico where the main characters are spending a summer there, doing an internship in a famous astronomical science facility. With me being a science girl I knew that I wanted to read this book (I actually thought of studying Astronomy before choosing Marine Biology and Biotechnology so it’s someth [...]

    24. **3.5 Stars**Jo Kramer is like a lot of women out there: always off to the side, never comfortable in her skin, and unsure of herself. Sure, she has a knack for science, and she’s intelligent, but she grew up without reassurance. She wants to be invisible, is skilled at being so, but also craves interaction and acceptance. I felt that she was a completely relatable character who possessed all she needed to be comfortable, but wasn’t self-assured enough to use those tools. Her summer in Puert [...]

    25. Originally posted on my blog Live Laugh & Love BooksWhen I first read the synopsis for When the Stars Align, it sounded like such a great book and I couldn’t wait to read it!When I started reading I liked Jo. She was strong, determined, and would not let anyone tell her what to do. Which is just how I like my female characters, but my opinion of Jo quickly changed for the worse. When Adam makes an appearance, I thought he would be someone who I would like and that he would make the fact th [...]

    26. *ARC received in exchange for an honest reviewThis was my first read from Jeanette Grey and I will be definitely reading more from her.When the Stars Align is a book about a group of elite students who are selected to spend the summer in Puerto Rico to work with scientists in their field. Jo Kramer is a woman who is so tough and strong in the outside that she even gives off a stay away vibe to anywho who tries to get close. She is hell bent on proving herself on this trip and is only focused on [...]

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