Not sure I can overcome so much hate!
I'm trying to write this review without sounding like a hypocrite. I'll apologize in advance that there might be some spoilers. Please read at your own risk. I don't think I can get my point across without them. Reasons for my spoilers is because I rely on reviews with mild spoilers. I'm looking for that keyword- cheating. I will not read a book that contains cheating. I am 100% against it. This one does not contain cheating between the H and h. So with that said (and the reasoning for my spoilers)- here is my review: This is my first book where the h chases the H. I was ok with that. It was different. I recently added 2nd chance romance into my library. They've never really been on my radar. I am not a huge fan of the breakup. Unfortunately, this was an ugly read for me. Ayla lied by omission. There was no intent. No malice. No hate. She didn't do it purposely to hurt Rhett. But this book...it was full of hate. Everything Rhett did was intentional. He wanted to hurt Ayla. He hated her. I hated him for that. I did not like Ayla for not moving on. It's different if you don't like a character because he's a "bad boy". But Rhett was another kind of evil. Out of all the books I've read I've only hated 2 characters. Rhett is one. I cried because these characters rip each other apart. I'm not sure how love survives this. It does have a HEA but to me it didn't seem