Something Like Hate: An Enemies-to-Lovers Billionaire Romance Livres audio Audible – Version intégrale
From USA Today and Amazon Top 10 best-selling author Harloe Rae comes a sizzling enemies-to-lovers romance where a billionaire CEO battles against a snarky redhead who has her own agenda.
“I’d say it’s nice to meet you, but I’ve never been a good liar.”
That’s his initial offense against me.
Don’t worry - there’s plenty more where that came from.
Landon Winters is colder than his last name suggests.
Cruel and callous, too.
I’m certain he finds pleasure in making others miserable.
He’s a billionaire by his own making - not satisfied with simply inheriting a white collar and silver spoon.
Landon's arrogance is so thick I could choke on the stench alone.
He’s also responsible for gouging a jaded chip to my shoulder.
The only saving grace is never having to see him again.
Wishful thinking is a fickle beast.
My boss just announced that Landon is my latest client.
I’ll need to impress him or kiss my promotion goodbye.
Either way, this is my chance to get even.
Revenge is all I see.
The price for redemption is steep.
Landon will pay a small fortune in humiliation.
And I’ll walk away filthy rich in vindication.
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Détails sur le produit
|Durée||9 heures et 52 minutes|
|Narrateur||Wen Ross, Kai Kennicott|
|Date de publication sur Audible.fr||08 septembre 2021|
|Type de programme||Livre audio|
|Classement des meilleures ventes d'Amazon|| 119,891 en Livres et œuvres originales Audible (Voir les 100 premiers en Livres et œuvres originales Audible) |
1,637 en Comédie romantique
106,701 en Romance contemporaine
1,542,852 en Anglais
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Harloe Rae is a new author to me. I love the enemies to lovers trope and this book sure excelled in it. The animosity and constant fights to win between Landon & Vannah were entertaining. They hated each other but they were also attracted towards each other and that's what made them land into a dangerous predicament. Both of them had strong personalities and when they clashed, there was a huge spark.
"This woman is an exclamation in a sea of useless periods and commas. Vannah’s personality is loud and brash without uttering a sound.
Savannah Simons works at a real estate firm. Her boss offers to promote her if she strikes and maintains a deal with their newly introduced investor and fortune 500 billionaire- Landon Winters. Landon & Savannah have a brief encounter at Savannah's cousin's wedding. Suffice to say, Landon doesn't leave a good impression on her and that results in the clash of their opinions. Landon doesn't believe in marriage and relationships after seeing his parents' marriage break apart. Savannah on the other hand is a hopeless romantic. She believes in love and wants to find someone who can commit. But a chance encounter with Landon as the potential investor in her company, Savannah has to convince him to go ahead with their deal.
“Listen, Lannie—” “Landon." “Whatever.” I wave off his interruption. “If we’re going to be stuck together, at least we can make it bearable.” His upper lip twitches. “I strongly disagree.”
Savannah had a strong personality. She was independent, fierce, sassy and could hold up on her own no matter how many times Landon tried to put her down. However it would have been great if we got to know something more about her character, her likes, dislikes and her past. In the first few chapters, the way she talked about her dad made me think that their relationship was strained but when the confrontation with her dad happened, I was shocked. He was such a cool guy and by the way he spoke with Savannah, it was clear that he loved her so much. Savannah's whole character revolved around bickering with Landon, going out with her best friends and having a little interaction with her mom. Other than that, none of the details about her life were revealed which made it hard to connect with her.
“Lust and loathing straddle a fine line, sugar. Love isn’t far behind."
The book was well written and the plot was brilliant but I have to admit that is was hard to like Landon. He was complicated, cold and closed off but I started to like him somewhere at 75%. The constant ploys that Vannah & Landon plotted against each other constantly left me questioning whether whatever was happening between them was real or not. They started sleeping together and then Landon pushed her away but quickly realised how stupid he'd been and rectified the situation. But somewhere I still feel that he didn't grovel a lot.
Overall, I can say that the book portrayed the enemies part really well but lovers? Not so much. Like when Landon expressed his feelings out of the blue, I couldn't really understand when exactly did he fall in love and what made him change his mind about marriage. Maybe if there was a genuine conversation without bickering between them where they really get to know each other, I would have liked the book more but unfortunately, that didn't happen smh.....