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- Bestandsgrootte: 601 KB
- Printlengte: 405 pagina's
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- Verkocht door: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Taal: Engels
- ASIN: B07MYHY5N7
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"This contemporary standalone is romantic, sexy, and just a little sentimental." --Publishers Weekly on Egomaniac
"Hate Notes is fun, steamy, emotional, and quite the slow burn." --Harlequin Junkie
"A must-read...I knew Hate Notes would be an engaging, funny, and seriously sexy romance, and it is. What I didn't expect was the powerfully delivered, emotionally impactful and memorable storyline that resonated and moved me." --USA Today's Happy Ever After
"If you've never read a Vi Keeland/Penelope Ward book before, Hate Notes is a great way to dive right in...Hate Notes has all the things that make Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward's stories so wonderful. And then, once you've fallen in love with their storytelling in Hate Notes, you will have an entire backlog of books to get you through till their next great story." --Hypable
"We were treated to a stack of grin inducing witty banter between two fabulous characters, teased mercilessly with some sizzling sexual chemistry, treated to some steamy sex as well as finding ourselves welling up a few times with emotion as Vi Keeland delivered a romance we quite simply devoured." - Totally Booked Blog on Bossman
"I loved this book. I devoured it. I couldn't put it down. It was a perfect mix of everything you could ever wish for in a sexy, addictive romance! It'll make you blush, and even break your heart at times, but then made you swoon and laugh out loud again. I highly recommend it as a new favorite of the year!!" - Aestas Book Blog on Bossman
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Author: Vi Keeland
Publisher: Amazon Media EU
Amount of Pages: 316
Genre: Adult, Romance, Contemporary
Date Read 21-01-2019 - 22-01-2019
Favorite Quote: "We don't fall in love with the perfect, we fall in love despite a persons imperfections"
I really liked this book. I didn't expect to like it this much if I'm being honest. I've read Vi's collaboration books with Penelope Ward, and while those where good, they weren't as good as this one.
The phase moved well, and yes it was a bit predictable at certain times, it worked for the story. It didn't take way from it.
The banter in this book was really good as well, very entertaining.
What is this book about:
This book is about Bennet and Annalise. Both of them find themselves in a situation they rather not be in. After their companies merged both of them are fighting to keep their jobs, as there can only be one.
The fact that didn't get of in a good way isn't helping at all. You see Annalise got a ticket for parking in a space she shouldn't, and another car that was in the same spot, didn't. Ticked of by this Annalise checked out the other car to find out why he didn't get a ticked, and managed to get her hair stuck underneath the wiper and while trying to free herself she accidentally broke it off. She walked away but walked back over, instead of writing a "sorry" note she put her ticket underneath the remaining wiper. She thought she got away with it but she didn't know that the owner of the car, bennet saw it all happen.
Not only didn't that little stunt helped their relationship, bennet being an *ssh*le doesn't help much either. He is arrogant and is willing to do allot to keep his job.
As both of them have to work together, their attraction towards each other continues to grow. But in the end, only one can keep the job, will they choose the possibility of love, or is their job really that important...
What did I like about this book
I liked the banter between Annalise and Bennet. Annalise really held her own and continued to stick to her values. I must admit I was ticked off by her actions in the beginning. That was a d*ck move from her. Nobody likes getting a ticked but trying to pass yours off to someone else and destroying their car without an apology note is just wrong.
Anyhow, I liked watching Annalise and Bennet grow closer to each other. Their attraction is so palpable and they are great together.
Overall it was a very enjoyable read. I look forward to reading more from Vi in the future.
4 1/2 I loved it Stars
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A company merger brought them together and the sparks fly!!!! They are competing for the same position. One of them will stay and the other will have to relocate to Texas.
Annalise was gorgeous, driven, successful and heartbroken. Fresh off a break up with her boyfriend of eight years, she’s a little out of sorts and a bit naive about men. Bennett’s about to school her in more ways than one.
Bennett is totally hot, the kind of guy you sleep with for awhile but has no plans on forever. He’s all alpha and feels an immediate need to both protect and stake his claim on Annalise. However, there is so much more to Bennett than what you see at first glance.
Maybe they can compete for the job and be more? They know what they have has an expiration date, but sometimes the consequences don’t matter.
A super sexy read with a fantastic build up! They were enemies who became friends and then a whole lot more than either expected. You will fall in love with Bennett and all his imperfections!
We Shouldn’t, appropriately named, wasn’t your typical office romance. Bennett and Annalise were rivals, pitted against each other, competing for something they both wanted badly. Antagonistic and adversarial with an edge of attraction, their chemistry sizzled off the page. Every encounter between them seemed to bump up the heat beneath the pot of their simmering lust. When they weren’t throwing barbs and bantering back-and-forth, they were practically scalding each other with the heat burning between them. Their relationship was an intense and forbidden, a raging storm of emotion and passion, and I simply couldn’t get enough.
Bennett Fox is my kind of hero. A bit broken and scarred, this bad boy worked hard to hide his good heart with a sexy, guarded demeanor. But there was so much more to this damaged man than he let show, opting instead to use a carefully constructed façade of arrogant cockiness and sarcasm to shield the good guy underneath. This was a man who needed healing, or more aptly, he needed a reason to allow himself to heal—and he found it in Annalise O’Neil. His usual M.O. was to play it fast and loose with the rules, but all that went out the window once Annalise entered his orbit.
From her OCD tendencies and color-coded files, to her mile long legs and bombshell beauty, he just couldn’t seem to employ those tactics against her. Bennett’s inner musings, cluelessness and utter confusion over his feelings were one of my favorite parts of this character’s development. Annalise was thoughtful, kind and, most importantly, honest, and despite her own trust issues and the broken heart she was nursing, she wound up being his perfect counterpart. I loved how she was able to see through Bennett’s act and call him on it. It was her willingness, despite her own relationship history, to take a leap of faith that ultimately guided them through the rollercoaster of emotions they needed to deal with to get to something real.
This couple had their work cut out for them to get to their happily ever after. They had big obstacles in their path, and they had to sift through some heavy baggage to get there. Keeland takes readers along for the ride in We Shouldn’t with an emotional and hard-fought romance that was as hot as it was humorous. I was positively enthralled by this love story, and I devoured this book with heart-racing anticipation in a day. Five smooches from me for We Shouldn’t by Vi Keeland!
I loved We Shouldn’t. Enemies to lovers are my favorite tropes. Especially when they take place in the office. I adored Bennett & Annalise from the beginning. Their banter & sexual tension was both steamy and fun. In addition to the fun and steamy parts, there was a bit of an unexpected emotional part to We Shouldn’t as well. And that definitely brought more than a few tears to my eyes.
We Shouldn’t will be one of my top reads of 2019. It was so well written and had everything I love in a Vi Keeland book...plenty of steam, a great story & characters that stay with you long after the book is done!
Read it for Bennett, who has a heart much bigger than he realizes. He has convinced himself that he is unworthy of love, undeserving even. And yet, despite his occasional misfires, he shows you over and over again that he has a big, beating, thriving heart that yearns to love and be loved.
Read it for Annalise, who proves herself willing to assume the best in people, even when doing so works against her. She operates from a position of fairness ... most of the time, anyway. Something about Bennett gets under her skin every now and then, and it is DELIGHTFUL.
Read it for the witty interplay between these two. Vi Keeland will have you laughing one minute and your eyes flooding the next.
Read it for the sexy times, which are scorching hot. Do you expect anything less from Vi Keeland?
Read it because this is one of those books that feels fun and flirty and frisky.