Book Reviews

REVIEW ➼ Hate to Love Him by J. Saman


A gorgeous, brooding rock god.
An unstoppable chemistry we fight to ignore.
Desperate passion I want indelibly inked on my soul.

Jobless and financially destitute, I have no choice but to see this tour through. Even with my boss hating my guts. A fact he goes out of his way to prove every chance he gets.
Lucky for me, the best part of Jasper Diamond is his daughter. But being the nanny on the road with one of the world’s biggest rock bands poses more challenges than I was expecting – including falling for the elusive front man.
But with the world chasing after us, how long can we hide what others are determined to exploit?
They say there is a thin line between love and hate.
That all good things must come to an end.
Set on a collision course, nothing could have prepared us for this.
Or for what fate has in store for us.

Has a girl ever been so crazy for the wrong guy before? For the bad boy who takes what he wants and offers so little back?


After finishing book one in the series I was dying for book two, I wanted to know what was going to happen when it came to Jasper and Viola. Book two was worth the wait. I loved jumping back into this world and getting more of the relationship.

Jasper and Viola’s story continues with all the angst and emotion we got in the first book. There was drama that could have severely hurt their relationship, and if it weren’t from their history together it probably would have. I couldn’t get enough of them. The tension, the chemistry, the swoony moments. The love they both had for Ady. They both continued to work through all their issues and the past and watching them come together was beautiful. Plus, when they finally give into the attraction. Wooo, grab a fan because you’ll need it!

I completely fell in love with Jas, Vi and Ady. Plus, the rest of the band. I truly hope there is more of them in the future because each guy deserves a story, especially Gus.

Hate to Love Him is A MUST READ and the entire Wild Minds duet is a MUST, especially if you love angsty, emotional, Rockstar romances.