Love to Hate You
After her husband left her for her best friend, Hayden Young moved to Hope Valley looking for a fresh start for her and her daughter. The last thing she expected was to run into the man who had rocked her world in the middle of the wine section of the local grocery store. And no matter how many times she tells herself she hates the egotistical jerk, she can’t stop the tingle she feels every time she looks at him.
Micah Langford was a man who enjoyed variety. He had absolutely no interest in finding one woman and settling down. Then a one-night-stand from his past—and the best sex of his life—came rolling into town, and the self-proclaimed bachelor started wanting more. The only problem is, she can’t stand the sight of him.
When hate gives way to fire, igniting a passion neither of them can deny, Micah finds himself thinking about the future—or more specifically, how he can fit Hayden into his. But when a case he’s working on heats up, and she starts asking questions he can’t answer, Hayden has a decision to make. She can either take a leap and put her trust in him, or she can let the secrets destroy them.
A Rambling Review
The queen of small-town romance has another book out, Love to Hate You, which takes us on a trip back to Hope Valley.
Micah loves his free and easy playboy life and has no intention of ever settling down. But then he meets Hayden.
After catching her husband cheating with her best friend, Hayden picks up the pieces of her life and move her and her daughter to Hope Valley. But before she moves she meets Micah. They share one night of explosive chemistry and go their separate ways. But out of sight is not out of mind.
Well, fancy meeting you here?
Their first meeting in Hope Valley was hilarious and makes this a case of – lovers to enemies & back to lovers – kinda story. To see if Micah loses (or wins) the bet he made with his partner Leo and other colleagues at the police station, read the book.
Like the other books in this series, Love to Hate You makes you laugh out loud, shake your fist at your kindle, and root for that happily ever after. It’s also full of hot alpha males, strong and funny female characters, and enough chemistry to power a small town. No one writes a small-town romance as well as Jessica Prince, and I can’t wait for the next one.