Title: Love to hate you
Author: Jo Watson
Publisher: Headline Publishing group
My rating: 9/10
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Love to hate you
Sera is usually a good girl. (Except for one wild night in the backseat of a stranger’s car!) But what happens when that bad boy turns out to be her new boss? And what happens when he wants more than one night…and he can be very persuasive…
At first, I thought Ben was a little bit crazy because he said he was in love after just one night together. Sera thinks the same and thinks he is joking, but he is trying to convince her that he is not joking about this. He is certain that Sera is the love of his life. Eventually, you will know why he is like this.
I really enjoyed reading this book. I laughed a lot and I just couldn’t put it down. That is why I give it a 9 out of 10 stars. I really liked this book. I am now wondering if I ever read a book by Jo Watson before. but I don’t think so. So I think I should do that more often. I really liked her writing style, and it was tough to put it down.
This book was exactly what I needed at that time. I am currently feeling a little bit down because of the lockdown and all of that. This book lifted me up a little bit. That is why I like to read books because every now and then you will read a book like this and it will make you feel better.
Sera and I have at least one thing in common: we don’t like to accept help from others. It opened my eyes a little bit because it is not a bad thing to ask for help or to get help from other people. It doesn’t mean you are less worthy. So I guess I also learned a little bit from this book as well.
Overall, I think this book was funny, romantic and just lovable. I loved the characters, especially Bruce and JJ, who helped Sera a lot. They are basically the fathers she needed in her life. I think everyone needs people like them in their lives. Who love to help everyone and love you unconditionally.
This book is definitely a recommendation if you like to read new adult/romance books.
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