The Unified Theory of Love and Everything by Travis Neighbor Ward. Published by Northside

Emerson Wheeler is a married woman with two young daughters. She’s trying to get her fledgling gardening business off the ground and seizes the chance to restore the gardens on the once grand estate owned by reclusive physicist, Sybil Hay. Emerson’s husband is too busy with his own career to give his wife any time and love and they have grown apart. Emerson begins to spend more and more time on Sybil’s estate, hanging out with Finn Lowell. Finn is also married with children and his wife suffers from mental health issues. As Finn and Emerson grow closer, they dare to imagine a life where they could be happy together. Emerson’s husband is a total pratt, and Finn’s wife is so unstable that you just know what’s coming. Ward has some of the most beautiful language and phraseology I’ve read

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