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Stuck With You by Ali Hazelwood: FAQs + 5 Books Like It

Updated: Aug 19, 2023

Now that I'm nearly finished with Ali Hazelwood's lineup of contemporary romances, I found myself worrying about what's next. That was however until I did my research into books similar to Stuck With You. (Kindle | Kobo)


If you find yourself feeling the same way, then not to worry because below I have put together my list of five of the most promising books like Stuck With You.


How Long Does It Take to Read Stuck With You?

Unlike Ali Hazelwood's Love on the Brain and The Love Hypothesis, Stuck With You is a novella (short story) that only takes 2 hours and 6 minutes to read according to How Long to Read.


What Is the Book Stuck With You by Ali Hazelwood About?

When Sadie Grantham met fellow engineer and soccer-fan Erik Nowak, sparks flew. They had more in common than they ever could have imagined and understood each other as no one else could. But after a seemingly picture-perfect first date, their romance screeches to a halt. Three weeks later, the two find themselves trapped in an elevator. Will the truth of what happened that night come to light? Will the two reconcile or walk away worse than strangers - enemies?


Is Stuck With You Steamy?

Yes - Stuck With You is steamy!


How Old Are Sadie and Erik?

While Ali Hazelwood never confirms their exact ages in Stuck With You, it is mentioned that Sadie and Erik are between six and seven years apart in age.

Will There Be a Paperback Version of Stuck With You by Ali Hazelwood?

While the publisher of Stuck With You, Penguin Random House, does not list a paperback version, you can buy a hardcover that contains all three of Ali Hazelwood's novellas titled, Loathe to Love You.


How Many Books Does Ali Hazelwood Have?

In just two years, Ali Hazelwood has published three novellas (Below Zero, Under One Roof, and Stuck with You) and two books (Love on the Brain and The Love Hypothesis). As of January 2023, the novellas will be available in one hardcover book titled, Loathe to Love You.


Can I Read Stuck With You as a Standalone?

The great thing about Ali Hazelwood's books, including Stuck With You, is that there is no particular order that you need to read them in. You can read them as standalones, at random as I have been, or by publication date. If you wish to read them based on publication date then the order to follow is:

  • The Love Hypothesis (September 2021)

  • Under One Roof (May 2022)

  • Stuck With You (June 2022)

  • Below Zero (July 2022)

  • Love on the Brain (August 2022)


5 Books Like Stuck With You by Ali Hazelwood

Do you know what I love about the contemporary romance genre? There's always another great book to read lurking around the corner, waiting for you to discover, ready to stave off your hangover from the book before. In this case, I was able to find five books similar to Stuck With You that promise good things! They include:


1. Love on the Brain by Ali Hazelwood

The first book I read in the contemporary romance genre was Ali Hazelwood's, Love on the Brain, and it still stands out among her others. The reason for that is its length. Given that it is a full novel, you not only get a fuller picture of the main characters but there's time for the conflict between them to truly build. So, if you enjoyed Stuck With You but felt like it was over too quickly, then Love on the Brain is the perfect next step.


2. The Bromance Book Club by Lyssa Kay Adams

The Bromance Book Club literally says right in the description, "If you love Ali Hazelwood, you'll LOVE Lyssa Kay Adams." Not to mention, the plot screams rom-com movie, it's part of a series, and it promises a little bit of spice. Ding ding, it would seem we have a winner!


3. The Road Trip by Beth O'Leary

One of the parts of Stuck With You that I liked most is the confined space of the elevator and how it forced the two main characters to confront their past and problems. It makes sense then why the description of The Road Trip by Beth O'Leary stuck out to me as similar: "Two exes reach a new level of awkward when forced to take a road trip together in this endearing and humorous novel."


4. Below Zero by Ali Hazelwood

If you found that Stuck With You was just the right length and had just enough spicy scenes, then you will likely feel the same about Ali Hazelwood's other novellas, specifically Below Zero. In it, we find aerospace engineer, Hannah Arroy, stranded in a remote part of Norway with a sprained ankle. Fearful of the worst, she is shocked when her estranged colleague and ex-hookup, Ian Floyd, shows up to rescue her. Like Stuck With You, we then jump between the past and present to learn about how their relationship began and if the rift between them can be mended.


5. One Night on the Island by Josie Silver

As of right now, One Night on the Island is my favorite confined space book, although this time it takes place in a tiny cottage on a remote cottage off the coast of Ireland. Plus, not only did the romance bring me to tears (which is a good thing, by the way!) but there's an added aspect of self-love and acceptance which makes the book unique in my mind.

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