A rare moment of weakness.
A burning desire impossible to deny.
Forbidden words I should never have spoken.
Seven years ago, I confessed my darkest secret to my brother’s girlfriend. When she broke up with him and walked out of our lives, she took my secret with her.
But, with my band set to go on tour around the world, I have a problem. I need a nanny for my autistic daughter. And unfortunately, Viola Starr, my brother’s ex, is the perfect fit.
Now, there is no escaping her. Or our past.
Especially when my brother seems determined to win her back.
Five months and she’ll be out of my life again.
Five months of ignoring lingering, heated glances.
The fire she draws out of me. The way she loves my daughter.
Five months… And my world is about to come crashing down around me.
This is no fairytale, I remind myself. He’s no Prince Charming, and I’m no Cinderella, and this palace is the ultimate misconception.
ARC REVIEW ➼
J. Saman is a new to me author and I am HOOKED. Love to Hate Her completely sucked me in. The overall plot of this book was what piqued my interest. Single father, Rockstar, someone from his past. I needed to know more.
What I didn’t expect was the emotional rollercoaster that I was about to start when I jumped into this book. Jasper and Viola have a history going back to their childhood. They were each other’s first kiss. Viola was the light to Jasper’s dark. His muse. The girl he could never have, because she was dating his twin brother.
Flash forward seven years and Jasper and his band are about to embark on a world tour after 4 years. Jasper has become a father and is need of a nanny who can help his baby girl. It just so happens that Viola is the best one for the job. I loved the tension between Jas and Vi, yet they are completely drawn to each other. Viola’s relationship and ever-growing bond with Adalyn is beautiful. I love Adalyn, she is so sweet and adorable. There is a hot and cold situation going between Jasper and Viola. They both know they shouldn’t be together, but they can’t avoid the connection.
Love to Hate Her is full of great banter, chemistry, and angst! It does end on a cliffhanger and I can’t wait to see what is next for these two and their relationship.
Love to Hate Her is a MUST READ and one of my TOP READS of 2020.