From Wall Street Journal & USA Today Bestselling Author M. Robinson. A coming of age, enemies to lovers, contemporary romance filled with angst and all the feels.
I couldn't remember a time before her... Harley Jameson.
Before she owned me.
Before I hated her...
Things were simple.
We had an understanding.
Bully. Fight. Hate. It's what we did.
Mind. Body. Soul. It's how we loved.
I thought nothing would ever change that, until everything did.
She was mine.
Always had been.
Always would be.
Nothing altered that.
Not how much I hated her.
Not how much she hated me.
Especially, not how much I hated...
That I LOVED her.
This made me laugh, cry, and angry at times. But that ending is just SMH. Heart wrenching. Cannot wIt for the next book.
Preteen love story
Just mostly preteens yelling back and forth with a little emotional piece thrown in.
Review: Love Hurts Duet 1: Hated You Then
Hated You Then by M. Robinson is the first book in her Love Hurts duet. A story of a young boy and girl whose lives have been intertwined since birth - who have consistently and constantly clashed against each other at almost every turn. With a few respites in the process when tragedy strikes, but the bond that has grown between these two is strong despite their surface animosity. They both hate each other so much but it is such a fine line with them between that hate, that denial and the love you can see between the lines. Ending in a cliffhanger and told in dual POV this book was a little painful and a little sad. Being the first book, we don't yet get their happily ever after and I felt a tad emotionally drained after reading this. I will definitely be reading book two, Love You Now, due out November 12, 2019. Enjoy!