I Love You, I Hate You I Love You, I Hate You

I Love You, I Hate You

All's fair in love and law in this irresistible enemies-to-lovers rom-com!

    • 3.8 • 73 Ratings
    • $2.99
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Publisher Description

'Everything you love about romantic comedy - hilarious, sharply observed, smart, and sexy as hell. I adored this book!' RACHEL HAWKINS

'Smart, sexy, and feminist, I Love You, I Hate You is a delightful love letter to internet friends and Nora Ephron. Elizabeth Davis just became an auto-buy author for me' ANNETTE CHRISTIE

'Complete You've Got Mail magic! Davis's humor made this steamy, feisty rom-com a delight to read . . . a must read for fans of Nora Ephron rom-coms!' DENISE WILLIAMS

All's fair in love and law . . . You've Got Mail meets Dating You/Hating You by Christina Lauren and The Hating Game by Sally Thorne in this sizzling rom-com - readers love it!

'A five-star read . . . the best read of the year, if you like your rom coms witty and sweet then you need this story in your life'
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'Elizabeth Davis's way of writing romance is perfect . . . Amazing characters and writing, 5/5 stars!'
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'Everything I wanted and more! Their chemistry was perfect . . . If only I could go back in time and read this book for the first time again'
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Victoria and Owen are bitter rivals.
Nora and Luke are friends online.
Who would believe these two couples have anything in common?

Of all the decisions brilliant lawyer Victoria Clemenceaux has made in her life, an unforgettable one-night stand with her opposing counsel Owen Pohl is either the worst...or the best.

One thing is certain: these long-standing rivals aren't going to let their searing attraction stop them from winning the biggest case of their careers. Thankfully Victoria and Owen have someone to vent to about their nemeses. But they have no idea that their online 'friends', Nora and Luke, are the very people they hate in real life.

As Nora and Luke grow closer online, and Victoria and Owen find their undeniable attraction harder to resist, the lines between love and hate blur. When the truth comes out, will their online chemistry work in the real world, or will their constant rivalry sever their connection?

Raves for I Love You, I Hate You!

'This book made my heart sing . . . There's such tenderness and passion and LIFE . . . Go buy this book immediately'

'So good that I devoured the whole book in one sitting'

'You know when you find a book you love so much you accidentally stay up until well after 2am to finish it in one sitting? . . . That's this book! . . . A fun, fast-paced debut romance that I could read again and again'

Two can play at this game . . . Look out for The Player Next Door, the smart and sexy new fake-dating rom-com from Elizabeth Davis, available to preorder now!

October 12
Hachette Digital, Inc.

Customer Reviews

sibby_ben ,

Cringy at parts but mostly good

The romance is great and I was initially excited about this book being more progressive, but it’s kind of cringy. The moments where they address progressive issues are very stereotypical. It doesn’t occur naturally and it kind of gives surface level social media activism vibes. It’s definitely something that isn’t really part of the plot but is more of something that’s just there. I’m also not a huge fan of Victoria.

Why Me Lord! ,

Again With The “White” references

I just wrote a review of The Player Next Door blasting the author for the use of “white dudes, white cis men, white guys, white girls, white Americana, and young white men. I asked why in today’s society would she make such a reference? She’s white as well as the main characters. So again why? I see no reason for it whatsoever! This book as 14 references as follows:

Pg. 72 White supremacists;
Pg. 90 White dude;
Pg. 106 White woman;
Pg. 316 White male;
Pg. 347 White privilege;
Pg. 480 White people;
Pg. 481 Rich & white;
Pg. 484 Old white men;
Pg. 500 Rich white men;
Pg. 524 Born white;
Pg. 531 White privilege;
Pg. 631 White dudes;
Pg. 653 White men; and
Pg. 658 White people.

Aren’t we all just “people?” No matter what race we are, aren’t we all God’s children?

I will never read another one of her books.

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