Well, I sent one to my ex back in college and his best friend Zack found it and showed the entire fraternity. Sure, I should have known better, but I was young, stupid, and in love.
Six years later, I’m bidding on a project for my ex’s company against my nemesis, his best friend.
Now, Zack’s trying to make my life a living hell while my ex has me jumping through hoops to land this job.
A job that I need regardless of how my body reacts to Zack, but my heart may have a completely different contract in mind.
Scr*w You is an enemy to lovers romance that will have you laughing, wanting to take a hot poker to certain characters for their asshole ways, fanning yourself to cool off due to the hotness factor, and just an overall good romance that you will enjoy. Zack and Blake have a history, one that is filled with hateful jabs, accusations and broken trust, but what if what you thought had happened one way really happened another and you believed the lie that you were told?
Blake and Zack have a chemistry that is easy to see early on in this one. Blake was betrayed when a picture she sent her ex was sent to others, by Zack, but did he really do it or not? The way these two go back and forth at each other you begin to wonder if Zack really did do what Blake believes he did, but don’t forget her asshole ex is the key person who decides who gets the contract both Blake and Zack are going for and trust me this guy is slime. There is a fine line between hate and love at times and these two straddle that line throughout the book.
I really enjoyed Scr*w You, I was able to read this easily in one afternoon and I think most will enjoy this one like I did.
Growing up, Renee always found a way to pursue her creativity. It began by watching endless runs of White Christmas- yes even in the summer – and learning every word and dance from the movie. She could still sing Sister Sister if requested. In high school she joined the show choir and a community theatre group, The Troubadours. After marrying the man of her dreams and moving from her hometown she sought out a different artistic outlet – writing.
To say that Renee is a romance addict would be an understatement. When she isn’t chasing her toddler around the house, working her day job, or writing, she delves head first into a romance novel.