Charlotte is a twenty-six-year-old woman who has recently broken up her cheating fiance, she has experience deceit and betrayal first hand when she found her soon to be husband with another woman. But Charlotte isn’t the kind of person who sits and duels on her misery. Her optimistic side sees the best in almost every situation and while she is sad that her relationship is over, she understands that it is time to move on.
In an attempt to start letting things go, Charlotte decides to get rid of her wedding dress, what happens next is the beginning of a sweet, intricate and wonderful love story.
Reed is a good looking man, with a great life, money and everything he wants or so most people think. What others don’t k now is that Reed hides his emotions well. After a breakup with his fiance, Reed decided to dedicate his time to his work, putting everything into his business. As a real state executive, Reed is used to meeting all kind of people but mostly the rich kind. What he didn’t plan or even consider what to meet a twenty-something-year-old woman who would turn his life upside down.
Hate Notes is a wonderful and witty love story that will put a smile on your face. Hate Notes has the perfect balance of angst, romance, and sensuality. As we dive into the lives of Charlotte & Reed we come to learn a lot about each of them. Charlotte a dreamer without a past, but with a bright personality that makes her shine. Reed a dark and beautiful man with a big but broken heart. They both hold secrets that will put their relationship to the test, but it is their ability to adjust that makes these two work very well.
I enjoyed the pace at which the story flows, the dialog is witty and fun, the sensuality that entices both the characters and reader is beautifully executed. Keeland & Ward know how to make one’s heart melt with a beautiful romance that speaks to the heart.
This story feels and reads very real, the characters are well balanced and their connection flows and feels natural. If you are looking for something light, yet romantic and filled with satisfying angst then read Hate Notes. I am looking forward to more from these two authors. Hate Notes should be added to your reading list ASAP.
Do I recommend this book? HELL YEAH
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