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|Book Name:||Hate Notes|
|Author:||Vi Keeland, Penelope Ward|
|File Type:||PDF/ePub (Downloadable)|
|PDF Size:||1.19 MB|
|ePub Size||633 KB|
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Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward, authors of New York Times bestsellers, have written an unusual love story about secondhand hearts and second chances…
A strange blue note was initially sewed into a wedding gown.
…a bluish element.
I had travelled to a vintage clothing shop in an effort to offload my own unused wedding dress. Then I came upon another bride’s “something borrowed, something old.”
Thank you for making all of my dreams come true is the sweetest thing I’ve ever read, and I found it stitched into the lining of a lovely feathered pattern.
Reed Eastwood, the most romantic man who ever lived, has his name engraved in gold on blue stationery. In addition, I saw how stunningly handsome he is. If only that were the end of my true-love illusions. Since then, I’ve learned new information regarding Mr. Starry-Eyed.
He is conceited, jaded, and overbearing. I should know better. By some stroke of luck, he’s now my superior. However, that won’t prevent me from investigating the circumstances surrounding his final declaration of love. A love letter where the ending doesn’t have a happy ending.
That tale, though, pales in comparison to the one that is being written between us. Things are heating up, sweetening up, and shocking me in ways I never thought possible.
An original idea.
However, I have no clue how this story ends.
About The Author Vi Keeland
Explore Vi Keeland, the global literary superstar. Keeland is the undisputed queen of bestseller writers, lauded by the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA Today. Immerse yourself in her enthralling tales and enjoy her creative talent that has enchanted readers. Her literary works have enthralled millions worldwide. Her outstanding works are loved in 26 languages worldwide. She met her soulmate at six years old. Now, a happily married mother of three lives in New York City with her loving husband.
Hate Notes Book Summary
As a test, I listened to some Hate Notes. I was immediately interested when I heard about it because this writing team has created some of my favourite read/listens. I was hesitant after reading the summary and some reviews. And I wasn’t sure if I was going to enjoy this plot. It helps if you’re in the mood for a douchewaffle hero, for one thing. You also need to be in the correct headspace to deal with protagonists who are heartbroken or on the rebound. I set down Hate Notes, but its light shone brightly through the other books’ covers and remained on my radar for quite some time.
Then it hit me: maybe I should just listen and not read. This realisation was aided by the book going on sale, but it was still helpful. When I listen to something instead of read it, I feel a little more detached. For me, it’s very much like watching a movie. When viewing a movie, I don’t try to place myself in the characters’ situations, but when reading, I always do. With Sebastian York’s smooth voice whispering in my ear, I figured listening would be the best method to test it out.
To put it simply, I had a fantastic time. Yes, I had some “issues,” but being away from Charlotte even temporarily helped immensely. Truthfully, Charlotte first irritated the hell out of me. She was little intrusive, critical, and unpleasant. I assume she was going for eccentric and interesting, but I just didn’t find her that interesting. I came to appreciate her bubbly personality after she calmed down a bit. Her resolve to discover who she was impressed me.
Reed, oh how I liked this chap, yet it could have been the cover girl or Mr. York’s reassuring voice. He was probably harsh, arrogant, and a complete douchewaffle to the average reader, but to me he was just a guy trying to make sense of life. As our relationship progressed, I found myself growing fond of him. He wasn’t always the nicest guy, but that was because of the context in which he found himself.
The plot was excellent, and I especially liked Reed’s manipulative grandma. I didn’t mind waiting until far later in the novel for the sensual parts. All the buried pain had to be addressed before they could finally be together.
Thank goodness I didn’t just read ahead, but waited and listened instead. The narration is superb, and I was completely engrossed throughout. I have no doubt that I will be reading more by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward in the near future.