New York Times Bestselling author J. Sterling brings readers a tantalizing tale of love and redemption in her newest contemporary romance DEAR HEART, I HATE YOU. Be sure to check out the the giveaway below and grab your copy of this amazing book today!
About DEAR HEART, I HATE YOU:I didn’t plan on him.Or for him.Or anything that had to do with Cal Donovan from Boston.Meeting him had been a complete and utter surprise, taking me one hundred percent off guard. I met new people every single day in my line of work and none of them affected me. Wasn’t that the way of things though? You could meet a thousand people and they’d all mean nothing to you. But then you’d meet that one and they suddenly meant everything.
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This was such a beautiful story, I loved every part of it! The author took me on a ride, full of sweet, deep and some emotional moments! I was so connected to the story that I felt like I was a part of the story! And everything that the characters went through felt realistic!
"Our bodies leaned closer, inexplicably drawn together, and I almost laughed
at how we must have looked to everyone else.Like a couple.
Definitely not like two people who had just met."
I started this book not knowing what to expect but hoping it was going to be a great read! And I'm surprised about how much I loved it! It's not easy when you love your career but end up falling for someone who doesn't live near you. Somehow Jules and Cal make it work and fall head over heels for each other.
I absolutely adored Jules and Cal! Jules is smart, independent and sweet! Cal was cute, funny, protective and hot! They have an amazing connection and chemistry! I loved their intimate moments.
"Jules had me affected...infected...whatever, and it was making me crazy.
I couldn't stop thinking about her."
I could go on and on gushing about how much I loved this story. Seriously there wasn't a thing that I didn't like,even the writing is amazing! If you haven't read a book from this author do yourself a favor and pick this one!
I was currently sitting at a table with my hand on Jules’s thigh, breaking my number-one rule: No women.
Work was too damn important to me, and women were a distraction. Even the best ones seemed to turn into something else once we started dating, taking on personality traits that hadn’t been there when we first met. They were good at hiding the parts of them they didn’t want you to see until just the right time. And while I understood that most women needed things from a relationship that were seemingly normal, like my time and attention, I couldn’t give it to them.
That was what led me to formulate my life plan in the first place—too many clingy, needy women, and my realization that I wasn’t ready for any of that yet. My plan was solid and ladies didn’t factor into it; at least, not for another three or so years. Yes, I even had a timeline.
Women had their own timelines. They wanted to be married by a certain age, have two point five kids and a house by another. The only problem was my timeline and theirs tended to be off by several years. I needed two more years to make partner within my firm, another six months or so to get settled into the role, and then—and only then—could women possibly come back into the equation, depending on what else I was involved in by that point.
Coldly categorizing my life into a series of boxes I wanted to check off wasn’t a romantic notion, but my career had nothing to do with romance and everything to do with reality. I wanted to be firmly rooted in it before allowing myself to be distracted by a relationship.
But right now, with my hand touching Jules’s thigh, my brain wasn’t the least bit involved, and I wasn’t sure what was real at this point. She was real. Her long blond hair and fierce green eyes, those were real.