The Complications Of Pi by RK Phillips Book Review

Rating: 5 out of 5.

About: Petyon is just your average klutzy girl. She loves all things numbers. She has an amazing family and best friend to entertain her. She loves her job as a math professor at a local college. She thinks that she has everything she could want in life. Until Nikola walks in. Everything changes as she knows it.


Plot: I really enjoyed the plot. I really felt like I was in Peyton’s head. There were times I felt like I was actually Peyton. I’m not used to getting sucked into a book as much as I was this one. I also don’t get nearly as gushy about books as I did this one. It was really well written. Especially for this being the author’s very first book. I’m looking forward to seeing the books she comes out with in the future.


Characters: Peyton is just so adorable! She’s really relatable. Especially for many of us nerds out there. I really liked Nikola as well. She seemed like a really intuitive individual. Simone and Petyon have this amazing dynamic as best friends. I would have liked to see more of Simone in the story. I would have also liked to see more of Damion, Peyton’s brother.


Suggestions: More Damion, More scenes needed to be elaborated a bit more. Other than that, this book is really fantastic.


Recommend: I really do recommend this book. It’s LGBTQ friendly. Don’t take my word for it! See for yourself!

Quotes:

Once inside the car, she rattled off her address and, like Cinderella, was whisked back home away from the ball. This time there would be no happily ever after and no shoe left behind.

She excelled at avoiding uncomfortable situations where she felt like her heart had relocated to inside her skull. Dating oddly was one of those scenarios. She didn’t really do casual dating. Her shortest relationship was six months and her longest one was three years. That one tore her apart and she still wasn’t sure if she was over the whole thing yet or not. Was she even ready to date again?

You’re right. I don’t believe you should have to out yourself so to speak just because you’re worried about your job. I mean, heterosexual people don’t go around saying ‘I just wanted you to know that I like men in case you have parents or students that think it’s wrong.’ I understand where you’re coming from, though. Maybe that’s why I’m a hard ass at times or don’t give a shit. Maybe I’m in a position where it doesn’t affect me as much. Were your parents cool when you told them?

N: LOL. Took me a minute. Why did you hang up?

Now this was the million dollar question and one she didn’t want to answer.

P: First time student walked into my office for help.

N: Earlier?

P: I am a bird people eat.

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