Solve for i

  • by A. E. Dooland
  • Narrated by Cat Gould
  • 12 hrs and 31 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Math whiz Gemma Rowe has found the one problem her math can't solve: She's fallen for her female and very heterosexual best friend.
Gemma Rowe is a shy math nerd from Sydney who, despite having an affinity for probability and logic, only just worked out at 28 that she's not actually straight. Not only is she not straight, but she's developed feelings for her best friend, Sarah.
Sarah and Gemma go way back - since they met at university, they've been completely inseparable. They've traveled together, landed jobs at the same company, and shared each other's triumphs and sorrows. There was even that one memorable night when Sarah, completely drunk, told Gemma she couldn't live without her. To Gemma, romance seems like the natural progression.
There's just one teensy little problem with this whole equation: Sarah is straight.
Gemma knows the logical thing to do is to get over Sarah. She wants to be in her own happy relationship and not caught up on her straight best friend. But how is she supposed to get over Sarah when, despite all those advanced problem-solving skills, she can't even figure out who she's attracted to anymore?
Contains mature themes.

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Customer Reviews

Most Helpful

Long, boring.

Would you try another book from A. E. Dooland and/or Cat Gould?

No.


Would you be willing to try another book from A. E. Dooland? Why or why not?

Maybe. She made the most disliked character I ever heard.


Which character – as performed by Cat Gould – was your favorite?

Min.


You didn’t love this book... but did it have any redeeming qualities?

Yes, the end.


Any additional comments?

I am a introvert. Made us look dumb and ignorant. I am neither.

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- christin

Great Book to listen to

It will frustrate you as Gemma, navigates her life. it was a bit disappointing to find out who He mad first time is with. However i feel it gave Gemma the courage to finally come out of her shell, so you have to respect the story line. This is a wonderful story of real life struggles and self destruction when you agonize over being your true self. it's worth reading for sure. I hope there will be more of these wonderful characters. I really wanna see how Mikey and Gemma are getting along, see Sarah's baby born and what's Natalie up to....
So one can only hope Our Author does us all a sold and continues the story..
The narration was done well, as well as the writing and character development.
This is worth it.
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- Santiago

Book Details

  • Release Date: 07-20-2017
  • Publisher: Tantor Audio