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Sometimes the past can come back to bite you…literally.When Amber Johnson places a spell on a werewolf, the last thing she expects is to be attracted to him. Her main concern is finding her missing cousin, and if she must imprison the pompous shifter to do so, then so be it.Chayton Locklear has hated Amber for years. Now that he's been placed under her spell, his animositySometimes the past can come back to bite you…literally.When Amber Johnson places a spell on a werewolf, the last thing she expects is to be attracted to him. Her main concern is finding her missing cousin, and if she must imprison the pompous shifter to do so, then so be it.Chayton Locklear has hated Amber for years. Now that he's been placed under her spell, his animosity only grows. Payback is a bitch, and he can't wait to give her what she deserves. With a twisted turn of fate, both their worlds are about to crumble as Amber and Chayton discover just how fine the line is between love and hate...

Title : Hateful Desire
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ISBN : 9781628305807
Format Type : ebook
Number of Pages : 298 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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Hateful Desire Reviews

  • Alexandra
    2018-09-28 12:08

    Well, well, well, my dear Watson :)))) I am pleased to say that it is another slam-dunk! WAY TO GO BABE :))))This story is the perfect trifecta: HOT, HOT AND OF COURSE HOT!Sexy and amazing banter, angst, hot encounters and laughter- recipe for greatness :))) C and A are so cute together, that I caught myself smiling throughout the whole book :))) They are both silly, strong and courageous- although stubborn as hell. The only thing that annoyed me a bit are some crazy decisions that A made, but she redeemed herself :)))) I enjoyed the story very much and I am definitely recommending this book and this author :)))

  • Carol
    2018-10-09 13:16

    LOVE THIS STORYThis is a story about redemption. About letting go of the past and embracing the future. About being who you are and not what people expect you to be.I felt a connection with Amber. Being the youngest child, I heard a lot of "why can't you make As like your sister". My parents weren't as bad as Ambers, but I know the feeling of feeling like you're not good enough. I cried halfway through this book. Once her secret was out, I couldn't help myself and the water works were turned on.Clayton is a bit more complicated. He appears all level- headed, but he has a few demons of his own. His biggest concern at the moment is why would Faith mark the one who bullied him most in high school be his one true mate? They start out as enemies and neither one knows how or wants to be the first one to say I think I love you. I deducted a star because of some the dialect. I'm a southern girl and I'm pretty sure that more than the majority of small town North Carolina would not use words like teashop and leftover takeaway. Took a minute, I got it: teashop: bar & grill. Leftover takeaway: leftover take out. It had me pausing a time or two,but it didn't take that much from the book. I read it in one setting and I haven't done that in awhile. For me, that says a lot.

  • K.R. Moir
    2018-10-15 08:57

    Another great story from this series! I couldn't stop reading. Read this in one evening - only cause I couldn't stop until I learned what happened. This book had me feeling like yelling at the characters, crying with them, and just being plain angry at their adversaries.