|I Hate You|
|August 20th 2019|
|There’s a fine line between I hate you and I want you.
Once you cross it, there’s no going back.
Blaze Townsend: I hate you.
She’s been expecting this ever since their latest showdown. She had good reason.
Hottest guy she’s ever seen.
So no, she’s not about to forgive and forget just because he sits next to her in class. He thinks all he has to do is turn on those baby blues, and she’ll melt right back into his arms. Please. She’d be crazy to let this cocky player affect her again. (Tell that to her body.)
Blaze knows she’s the riskiest prospect at Waylon University, but none of the interchangeable girls he hooks up with have ever made him feel the way she did. There’s absolutely no way he can have the girl and the game.
So why can’t he stop trying to win her back?
Can this wide receiver score the girl or will he make the biggest fumble of his life?
|I have three words for you …
This is my esscence of “I Hate You” by Ilsa Madden-Mills.
The book wasn’t the first I read from this author and it will not by my last if she continues this type of writing quality.
Even if it was easy for me to come up with a “3 word essence” it is hard for me to find the right words to describe my thoughts about the storyline.
Simply because I went into the story thinking “I wonder how this author will try to sell my a male lead that sounds like a jerk from the blurb on” … and when I read the first pages I wondered …
I loved previous books by this author but this book was so different and I could not place my finger on it. Now at the end of the story I am still wondering if this type of writing is something I like but let’s say … this author sold it to me (and the jury is still out if another could do the same)
Coming back to the plot and the characters the blurb pretty much sums up what you might expect about the book – still I found another layer below … it seems the reader gets reversed roles which is a rare treat. I honestly cannot remember the last time I read something like this. I can almost hear you ask ? “what does she mean by reversed roles” – Well I will be honest with you – I already said to much revealing this little fact but on the other hand it’s to precious to not mention.
If you like a solid college love story in the sports department … and you are not afraid of mixing things up in the usually fixed roles in the emotional department – then this is your book. I truly enjoyed this story – but I am not sure I would want to read a story like that from just any author.
So it really this authors writing that sold it to me… a book by Isla Madden-Mills ? for me anytime…