The Love Factor (audiobook) by Quinn Ivins

(3 customer reviews)



Author: Quinn Ivins

Narrated by Lori Prince


A smart, opposites-attract, student-professor romance filled with nostalgia, edgy politics, and the forbidden thrills of lesbian love in the nineties.

Molly Cook is almost thirty, with dismal career prospects, and has given up on saving the world. It might be the nineties, and everything’s shoulder pads, Doc Martens, and The X-Files, but people won’t budge on gay rights. Molly decides to give a PhD a whirl but finds herself more interested in campus politics…and her strict and sexy statistics professor.

Professor Carmen Vaughn is stuck in small-town Maryland with smarmy blowhards for colleagues and ungrateful students who can’t handle her high standards. She has no intention of coming out, least of all to Molly, a troublemaking grad student who can’t stop picking fights with the conservative faculty.

But when Molly discovers evidence implicating a homophobic colleague in a scandal, Carmen can’t ignore it—even if the subject hits too close to home. As the two women work together to make their case, they grow closer than Carmen ever imagined. But she absolutely refuses to get involved with a student.

The thing is, as the chemistry builds between them, Molly isn’t sure she wants to be a grad student anymore…if she ever did.

Additional information

Publication Date

November 2020


8 hrs and 36 mins




Ylva Publishing

3 reviews for The Love Factor (audiobook) by Quinn Ivins

  1. konika


    Worst Narrator Ever! I cannot listen to Lori Prince. I wish the narrator was Brittni Pope who has the sexiest and sweet voice!

  2. Christina


    Great book and Lori Prince does a fantastic job as always. Looking forward to more from Quinn Ivins and Lori Prince.

  3. TCherry


    Great story + Great narration (Lori Prince) = Enjoyed every minute of it!
    The Love Factor is a slow burn romance with a mystery mixed in. The MCs are well developed and the story unfolds patiently to reveal the nuanced details that give it sharper focus. It was also a nice walk down memory lane of the ‘90s for those born in the payphone and phone book era.

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