Friday 29 October 2021

Review of Hate Notes by Gracie Graham

Topher Elliot is high school royalty.

The king of Lakeview prep.

You know the type. Disgustingly rich. Blond-haired. Eyes the color of a clear, blue sky. And muscles for days.

He also happens to be enemy #1, the bane of my existence.

Only, now my scholarship is in jeopardy and, like the peasant I am, I must tutor the king himself if I want to graduate.

Still, if I have to be around him, I might as well make it worth my while. So I send him a scathing text, telling him exactly what I think about him. But he mistakes me for someone else. That’s when I hatch a plan: get dirt on the king, and watch his reign crumble.

It’s about time someone made the king come tumbling down.


My Review: 5 STARS

I picked this up in the mood for an amazingly good hate to love romance, and I was not disappointed. From the very start it was perfect, the characters were relatable and easy to like, and you couldn’t help but start rooting for them. The story was engaging and beautifully woven so that as it continued you were on the edge of your seat waiting for them to finally say the right words to each other. I adore P and Toph and this is a series that I will have to continue. Overall, highly recommended for those who love a good romance!

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