Sometimes A + B = O. Yes. Oh, yes. Just like that.
Gabriella Evans’s life exists in terms of logic and definitions. She’s holed up in Portland, Maine, for the summer to work on her PhD thesis, but something is screwing up her concentration: the rumble of a motorcycle every time the embodiment of her rough-and-tumble fantasies rides down her street.
When her best friend talks her into a blind date, she finds herself out with the opposite of her fantasy. He’s polite and well-mannered, yet something behind his crisply tailored shirt doesn’t add up—a rebellious gleam in his eye that piques her curiosity.
Orphaned at fifteen, Connor Starks has finally put the years of failing grades, breaking laws and breaking hearts behind him. The only holdover? His penchant for getting down and dirty in public places. But Gabriella makes him want to prove he’s become a better man.
Nothing intrigues Gabriella more than a problem she can’t solve. But the more Connor tries to bury his past, the more determined she is to uncover it. And what she finds makes all her trusty logic begin to fail her…
Warning: This book contains a summer romance, dirty talk, dockside kissing, motorcycles and tattoos. Features a rebellious nerdy girl with an appetite for outdoor sex and light spanking, and a bad boy who’s turned good…or at least he’s trying.
The Duality Principle begins when Gabriella goes to Portland for the some to write her thesis on Duality. She's got these ideas for it, and needs to some peace to write it. She never planned on a blind date, and she never planned for him. But when Connor shows up as her blind date she thinks he's a geek, but there is something lurking behind his eyes that says he may be exactly what she needs. Connor has a past of being not such a great man, and now he wants to change. However, seeing Gabby seems to bring out the worst and best of him, and he wants to be worthy of her. These two have a unique romance, that may lead to more.
Gabriella and Connor were perfect for each other. They just didn't seem to realize it at first. They were both two sides to the same coin almost. I really liked this book! It had a unique plot line with two pretty cool characters. It was a short simple easy read, but it didn't have much depth to it. So again it was pretty simple and easy to get into to pass the time with.