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PDF ó BOOK The Trouble with Hating You FREE ✓ SAJNI PATEL ↠ A laugh out loud romantic comedy debut about first impressions second chances and finding the love of your life in the most unexpected way Liya Thakkar is a successful biochemical engineer takeout enthusiast and happily single woman The moment she Orgeous charming lawyer in a good suit thing He's also arrogant and infuriating As their witty office banter turns into late night chats Liya starts to think he might be the one man who truly accepts her But falling for each other means exposing their painful pasts Will Liya keep running or will she finally give love a real chanc I love this one ❤️ Need Indian love stories in my life

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Marry she's out the back door in a flash Imagine her surprise when the same guy shows up at her office a week later the new lawyer hired to save her struggling company What's not surprising he's not too thrilled to see her either after that humiliating fiasco Jay Shah looks good on paperand off Especially if you like that whole g Many thanks to Forever Pub for the free copy in exchange for an honest review More times than not I was happy to come home to an empty apartment Peace uiet Freedom I didn't have to answer to my parents or some man or hurry to make dinner for anyone I really enjoyed this newest addition to the many Forever titles I have read It was well paced dramatic and romantic It did have a few problematicannoying tropes that I'll get into in a minute So what's this book about? Liya Thakkar is a successful biochemical engineer takeout enthusiast and happily single woman The moment she realizes her parents' latest dinner party is a setup with the man they want her to marry she's out the back door in a flash Imagine her surprise when the same guy shows up at her office a week later the new lawyer hired to save her struggling company What's not surprising he's not too thrilled to see her either after that humiliating fiascoJay Shah looks good on paperand off Especially if you like that whole gorgeous charming lawyer in a good suit thing He's also arrogant and infuriating As their witty office banter turns into late night chats Liya starts to think he might be the one man who truly accepts her But falling for each other means exposing their painful pasts Will Liya keep running or will she finally give love a real chance?Enemies to lovers is by far one of the best romance tropes It is so passion filled and almost always leads to hilarious and funnily awkward scenes This book employed ETL and all of it's amazing sub tropes such as enemy giving other enemy help and both the help and the helpee are not hating it but don't want to admit it I appreciated Liya as a character She felt very realistic which isn't something I can say for all rom com characters She also had a lot of depth as she is still harboring bitterness and fear from past trauma that isn't revealed until the end I loved the way this was explored and the way the author managed to balance out the dark parts with light humorJay also had a lot of depth as he also harbors his own personal traumas in his own ways that he has to confront throughout the novel I do appreciate the author making the two main characters realistic and giving them flaws that make them seem like actual peopleThat said I was a bit disappointed that Jay was basically physically perfect Muscular flawless skin etc This isn't even a complaint on this book in particular Rather it's a comment on the romance genre in generalFinally I want to discuss the ending I won't spoil anything but I loved the way it just snowballed Drama Intrigue Romance Overall I loved the climax although I was a bit frustrated with how Liya overreacted to a certain thing that I won't name I know it was so that the plot would progress but stillI also loved the final moments I won't give details but the final moments were super sweetOverall this book was uick paced and super fun to read Highly recommendedBottom Line4 starsAge Rating PG 13 Content Screening Mild SpoilersPositive Messages 35 Confronting trauma in a healthy way Being brave Honesty Patience in a relationshipViolence 35 Sexual Abuse off page Fire and death by fire off page Punches FightsSex 35 Sexual themes KissingLanguage 35 Dck Fk Dmn Sht BtchDrinkingDrugs 25 Alcohol consumptionTrigger and Content Warnings Sexual abuse Loss of a loved one PTSD ClassismPublication Date May 12th 2020Publisher Forever Pub an imprint of Grand Central Pub an imprint of Hachette BookGenre RomanceContemporary IT Was So Good This Sounds So Good| Goodreads | Blog | Pinterest | LinkedIn | YouTube | Instagram

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The Trouble with Hating YouA laugh out loud romantic comedy debut about first impressions second chances and finding the love of your life in the most unexpected way Liya Thakkar is a successful biochemical engineer takeout enthusiast and happily single woman The moment she realizes her parents' latest dinner party is a setup with the man they want her to 3355 ⭐This was definitely spicy by default but it still had some issues that I just couldn't get past I enjoyed the story itself I really did but I am about to say what I truly thought of The Trouble with Hating YouFirst of all by now I think it is pretty obvious that my favourite kind of trope is the hate to love one There's no doubt hands down the best trope So of course I was excited about this it has the word hate in the title I am fascinated by that wordBut this hate was a bit unnecessary And the love felt a little tiny bit offThe main problem here I think was with Liya I honestly didn't like her as a character even though she wasn't completely repulsive There was something about her way of carrying herself that threw me offShe was too explosive and reckless She was too selfish sometimes and she always made suppositions about things and people without fully processing everything happening around her I really liked the fact that she was standing on her own two feet as an independent woman and a pretty successful one too but from time to time she just threw all her riches in other people's faces which isn't nice That's not a real flex The real flex is not to tell everyone that you have those red bottoms but to subtly show them when you are crossing one leg over the other while sitting on your plush throne in your CEO office Or when you cross your ankles on the big ass desk in said CEO office because you don't give a fuck you own the shit I also had a bit of a problem with Jay He is definitely a sweet man but he is too stubborn for his own good And I don't mean Aries kind of stubborn but Taurus kind of stubborn if you know what I meanHis love for Liya was a bit off at parts and sometimes it felt like he didn't know exactly what he wanted Even so I admire his loyalty to Liya and the fact that he is willing to shut down every horrible rumour about her just to stand or her to stick by her side This is a beautiful and admirable trait in a person and in this book it felt just true and right for Jay to be this way Now on a serious note this book tries to talk about some heavy and important stuffIt talks about how some cultures are still anchored in the past living by the rules set hundreds of years before real healthy mentality even existed It talks about how women are supposed to aspire to marriage above everything else but it also talks about how important it is for men to have a good wife too It talks about all kinds of abuse It talks about people not listening to other people It talks about the importance of sacrifice It talks about trust It talks about freedomAll of those things are there believe me But I wish they could have been better outlined I wanted to experience the grief and the joy of every single major topic that was trying to be explored but I think it wasn’t enough emphasis on itTo me it is not important to just name those issues If there were one single issue explored in this book but it was so thorough that it made me believe in its authenticity then hell that would’ve been than enoughGive importance to the matter if you want to signal something This is what makes the issue real This is what it makes it able to be abolished Make the characters real enough to struggle with those issues Make them cry or make them shrug but give them the ultimate power to believe that they can look their trouble in the eye and annihilate itI truly enjoyed the book it was good enough but I definitely wanted from it because I know there could be of it All in all I do think it is a nice and uick read so it definitely didn’t waste my time Which is great The Trouble with Hating You did let’s say all right