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I'm Serafina Lopez, and I'm an astrologer. No, not the airy-fairy type who wears long flowy skirts and enormous hoop earrings—you know, unless I want to. I'm an uber-serious businesswoman. My popular lifestyle app, "Live for you Star Sign," is getting so big, I've just been asked to be a guest on New York's most-watched morning show. This TV segment is going to launch my career into the stratosphere.

Imagine my surprise when I show up on set to find out that I'm not the only guest. They've also invited astrophysicist Ben Williams from NASA. (I'm not sure if you know this, but astrologers and rocket scientists aren't exactly sympatico.) It's 100% hate at first sight (with maybe a tiny dose of lust thrown in.) Too bad he's a total jerk who slings insults at my career. Our explosive chemistry sets records for the network's viewing audience, which means we're asked to host a weekly segment . . . together.

Unable to turn down the career opportunity of a lifetime, I agree to work with Dr. Grumpy McGorgeous Nerd Pants. Just when I think it can't get any worse, the network sends us to Florida for a conference. When we arrive, we find out we'll be stuck sharing the same hotel room. And that's when it happens. Somewhere in the haze of hating him, I wind up wanting him. But there's no way I can fall for someone who doesn't respect my beliefs.

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It was closed door

It was really funny and silly and I found myself laughing out loud quite a few times. The narrators were good. Sometimes Alexander Cendese’s acting was infomercial-ish and his voices for women were not cute, but he added a lot of character to Ben. Avery Reid was absolutely great as Sarafina. She had libra energy.

The love that Ben and Sarafina seemed to feel for each other almost immediately was forced. I think in the same chapter Ben was like “I know nothing about her” and also “omg I’m in love with her”. They actually explained it as being rom com insta love like that was enough explanation.

There was a lot of build up chemistry-wise, but I didn’t even know they had had sex until Sarafina was talking about it during the dark period of the book. So that was disappointing. I typically prefer open door scenes and thought this book would be more steamy based off the description.

Anyway, it was cute and funny.