Monday, 26 December 2016

Review: Hate Story by Nicole Williams

*****5 Stars*****

This book was a breath of fresh air. I just love when an author comes up with an original story line and executes it well. 

A sham marriage and a million dollars for 3 years of their life, it's going to be that easy right? Wronggggggg nothing ever pans out the way you want it to. Fairy tales don't exist and neither does love, it's all about hating each other and getting through it whilst keeping up false pretences. Nina and Max don't realise whats about to hit them when they sign the contract with each other. Their spats and harsh words won't fool anyone that's for sure so can it all pan out and can they make it through? Well I urge you to read and find out because I loved their story.

Nicole Williams is fast becoming one of my top ten authors, wait no that isn't right, she is one of my top ten. I think Nicole only has one book that wasn't really for me but then your not going to like everything an author writes. This book though I loved through and through and read it from beginning to end without being the slightest bit bored. Yes it's one of those books that you don't want to put down. Max is a sexy German Millionaire and protects whats his fiercely. Nina is broke and holding down 2 jobs to pay the bills but she is kick ass with sass and can hold her own whilst giving as good as she gets. I did want to shake her a couple of times towards the end but she redeemed herself. The only little gripe I had overall was that I would like to have saw more drama with Max's family and ex Fiance as I felt they were to easy to get rid of. All in all though I still loved it enough for full marks and I can't wait to see what Nicole Williams writes next.

Reviewed by Claire Lamb

Nina can’t let herself fall in love with the man she’s going to marry. Both of them have experienced the sting and sham of love and have no intentions of falling victim to it twice. Love is expensive—hate is free.

Three years. A million dollars. A solution to both of their problems. They planned it all, from the story of their first meeting to the date of their divorce. Nothing could go wrong.

But what they didn’t consider was chemistry, and Nina and Max have no shortage of it. After too many near-kisses, Nina convinces herself that hating Max is better than loving him, and the more she gets to know this soon-to-be-husband of hers, the more she discovers just how very much she truly, madly, and deeply . . . hates him.

This isn’t a love story. This is the other kind.

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