“Roses are red, violets are blue, stay away from Andrew Watson’s *ahem* because no other women ever do.”
That’s quite the way to start a conversation at a casual lunch, huh? Grilled chicken, French fries, and pelvic-fatigue, oh my!
And that’s not even the worst of it.
My friend Raquel didn’t pull any punches when she warned me about my brand-new costar and his notoriously player-esque ways. Apparently, my most important mission on my first role in a feature film is to stay immune to his charms.
Are you kidding me? Production costs on this movie are in the hundreds of thousands a day, and staying away from a panty-whispering, vajayjay-charmer is supposed to be at the top of my list? Pfft. Puh-lease.
It doesn’t matter that he’s annoyingly attractive, uber rich, crazy famous, and lusted after by ninety percent of the female population; Andrew Watson is trouble with a capital T—especially for a woman like me.
As a preventative measure, I’ve decided to go ahead and hate him.
Don’t worry, you guys, I’m completely in control. There’s absolutely no way I’m going to do something stupid like fall in love with him.
I can hate the player but still secretly love his addictive game.
I’m sure of it.
Make a pile of the worst qualities of all of my ex-boyfriends, set them on fire, and “transformer” that shit, and I’m pretty sure you’d have Andrew Watson.
ARC REVIEW ➞
Hate the Player is HANDS DOWN one of the funniest enemies-to-lovers romances I have ever read. From the very first word I was dying of laughter and that continued until the very last word.
Birdie is a country star, but she is about to start in a new movie….her costar? Well, Andrew is a well known Hollywood playboy. Can the country star and the Hollywood star work together or will things fall apart?
I love Birdie, I’ve loved her since she was first introduced in her sister, Billie’s, story. She is just sweet, kind and so down to earth. However, she is also full of some sass and Andrew brings that out in full force. Andrew comes across as the arrogant playboy, however, there is more to him. He has some super swoony moments, especially when it comes to Birdie.
The chemistry between Birdie and Andrew is fantastic. Their banter is hilarious. Pretty much every single interaction between these two had me laughing and swooning. I just couldn’t get enough of them. These two are perfect for each other.
Hate the Player is a laugh out loud enemies to lovers romance that is a MUST READ!