The Hating Game by Sally Thorne
I love cute, fluffy romance that’s not over the top sexual. Love stories that are actually… feasible? I don’t know what it is, but those sorts of books always get to me. I love the hate to love trope more than just about any other out there when it comes to romance, so this book was definitely right up my alley.
THEIR BANTER. I would quote nearly all their conversations if I could, because they were just so perfect. I loved the dynamic between them ore than I can possibly put into words.
The storyline was amazing. Everything was well-paced and nothing ever felt too forced. The characters had to come to realizations or revelations on their own, and I liked that. People gave both of them pushes here and there, but in the end, everything worked out so well.
I loved Lucy and Josh, especially as we actually got to know them both more throughout the book. And the character progression for them both was so lovely. I just adored this book more than I thought I would.
Now, there were a couple tiny things that bothered me, but because I loved the characters and the overall storyline so much, it was all easy to just let go of. I was so focused on devouring this story, that in the end, none of it mattered.
All that mattered was how everything settled in the end, and I was quite happy with it. I want more Lucy and Josh though. I want to know how everything works out afterwards, but that’s just me always wanting way more than I’ll ever get out of a book.