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Singles...And Other Singularities

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She is a cancer researcher: Italian, twenty-five, determined.

Then brilliant and arrogant Amar kisses her…

…and Leda is furious yet intrigued.

Is it sabotage or does the jerk have a heart?

Epigenetics, gene silencing, passion, and friendship—Leda is one of many graduate students, scrambling to make a difference in the race for the cure.
Is work all that matters?

Flora is
Paperback, 366 pages
Published December 3rd 2019 by Kuki Publishing
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Bobbi Wagner
Dec 03, 2019 rated it really liked it
I was pulled in right from the beginning. I enjoyed the emotional roller coaster that it took me on which left me turning pages fast. This is a well written story that has great attention to details. There is alot going on but it all centered around cancer research and funding that goes along with it and the search for love. The characters are a great support to each other and made the story realistic. I highly recommend reading this book to see if love is possible for them.
Crislee Moreno
Dec 08, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Well she did it again. How in the world does she take what could be a boring story and make it funny and exciting. Another in this saga I just couldn't put down. And while it cracks me up, I also get some of it is serious stuff. Again, I've wanted to slap Leda for her choices....yes I'm a mom. But dang she sure does crack me up. How can a group of scientists have such hysterical lives? I was basically an adult (meaning a mature one) by 24. They were still partying it up. I was seriously winding ...more
Laura Furuta
Dec 03, 2019 rated it it was amazing
Singles and Other Singularities (The woman Scientist Trilogy 2- The Italian Saga Book 8)
By Gaia B Amman
5 out of 5 stars

The story Singles and Other Singularities (The woman Scientist Trilogy 2- The Italian Saga Book 8) by Gaia B Amman is a book that is amazing and one that I loved reading. It is the next book that features the wonderful character of Leda. I have grown to care what happens to Leda with each book that read. This story will have you wondering if she will find love. She is a
Heather Lovelace
Dec 04, 2019 rated it really liked it
Amman is spectacular. This latest book is just as wonderful as the others I’ve read. Full of rich detail and fantastic characters. If you are familiar with healthcare, you will particularly relate to the storyline. A big story that flows easily and reads quickly. Loved it from beginning to end!
Gaia Amman
Dec 01, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  (Review from the author)
Shelves: wrote
"You may be single, but you're not alone."

Cancer research drama, feels, and humor in this riveting memoir about being an Italian graduate student in a cancer center in the United States.

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Born and raised in Italy, Gaia B Amman is the author of Linked, a sizzling sci-fi political thriller, and The Italian Saga (six novels currently available). She was the 1996 and 1997 winner of a Short Story Award in Italy.

Fluent in four languages, Amman has a Master in Medical Biotechnology (genetic engineering) and a PhD in Molecular Oncology (molecular cancer research). She is a Professor of