Chemistry by Rachael Sommers

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Author: Rachael Sommers


An opposites-attract, ice queen lesbian romance about finding the softest of hearts behind the highest walls.

Newly minted high school teacher Lily Cross is young, bubbly, and can’t wait to put her fresh ideas into practice in the classroom. Her excitement is derailed after a disastrous run-in with a colleague. Lily didn’t realize she’d have to win over her fellow teachers as well as her students, but that’s okay. Lily’s up to the challenge.

Disillusioned Eva Thomas never imagined she’d wind up as a teacher in her hometown, or worse, suffer the boundless, puppy dog enthusiasm of a new colleague. Eva has no interest in making friends—or making nice. She just wants to survive her day and be left alone. That’s easier said than done when Lily Cross has you in her sights.

Their clashing arguments lead to sparks and then the impossible…attraction. But how can two such different people ever work?


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Publication Date

August 2022


epub (for Kindle Reader/Kindle Apps, for iBooks, Nook etc.), mobi, and pdf


92,000 words




978-3-96324-680-7 (mobi), 978-3-96324-681-4 (epub), 978-3-96324-682-1 (pdf)


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3 reviews for Chemistry by Rachael Sommers

  1. Betty Harmon


    I do adore ice queens and the beautiful, strong women who can melt their hearts. If you love novels that have this trope, then you are going to be enchanted with Chemistry by Rachael Sommers.

    This is a contemporary romance set mostly in a high school in a suburban town near Chicago. First year teacher Lily Cross is here to teach biology when she meets fellow chemistry teacher Dr. Eva Thomas. Lily knew that as a new teacher she would have to work hard to win over her students in class. She had no idea until she met Eva that she would have to work even harder to win over her fellow science teacher. There is friction as well as (ahem) chemistry between the two immediately, and we all know what can happen when friction and certain elements of chemistry combine. Let’s just say the reaction can be explosive in many ways.

    This is a superbly written enemies-to-lovers romance with engaging characters, both main and secondary. The setting is very realistic, especially the classroom scenes. Really, the overall teaching experience written about here is spot on for this age group and the area the school is set in. Eva is a true ice queen, intelligent, beautiful and dedicated to her work and students, but at the same time aloof, withdrawn, prickly and downright rude to those around her, especially Lily. Lily is the perfect foil for Eva’s character. She is equally beautiful, intelligent and dedicated, but she has that fresh, “I can meet this challenge” attitude about her that makes her a great teacher. At the same time, it grates on Eva’s last nerve. This creates the ultimate scenario for a slowly melting ice queen.

    The author did a fabulous job creating the characters, the setting, and the amazing love story of these two people. I enjoyed every page in this story, and didn’t want it to end. I was that engaged with the tale and the characters. I know you will feel the same when you read this novel. It has my highest recommendation.

    I received an ARC from Ylva Publishing for an honest review.

  2. Karola


    ***free ARC
    Lily is the person you like the moment you meet her. Even the icy Eva is a little bit melting every time they speak, or is she annoyed or even intrigued? No Lily is scratching at her nerves, so it would be best to not get in contact with her. But that‘s easier said than done.
    This is a fun written book, very recommended.

  3. Ana Leamaro


    Free Arc
    So this was a surprising book. It’s well written and it was a great fun to read it. Both characters are very interesting. I recommend it.

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