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Enemies

By: Tijan
Length: 11 hrs and 12 mins
Categories: Romance, Contemporary
4.5 out of 5 stars (784 ratings)
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Publisher's Summary

Stone Reeves was my neighbor, and I've hated him since sixth grade.

Gorgeous and charismatic, he became the town's football god, while I became the town's invisible girl.

He went to a Division 1 school for football, while my father was fired by his father.

His team won the National Championship, while my mother died the same day.

He was a first round pick for the NFL...

...while I made the worst decision of my life.

Now I'm in Texas trying to pick up the pieces of my life.

But, Stone is here.

Stone is everywhere.

It doesn't matter that disaster has struck my life again.

It doesn't matter that he's the one trying to console me.

It doesn't matter that he's the nation's newest football obsession.

Because for me, he always has been and always will be my enemy.

©2019 Tijan (P)2020 Audible, Inc.

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One chapter

Ok, so first o want to say this is a good story and great narrating.
My issue with this story is that Jason Clarke is only in this for one chapter.
I wish that Authors that does this just say a special appearance by .... that's all
Savannah is a great narrator.

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WARNING!!!!

This book was ok... Thank God it was included in the escape package!

Here’s the warnings..... Jason only had 12 mins in the 11hr plus book😕😭😡🤬

That being said Savannah did a good job!

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WHERE IS JASON ??

I was very disappointed due to minimal
Jason Clarke presence!!!

he is my fav !!!!

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I tried....

2 hours in and we haven't even met the main male character, several references to her terrible ordeal that we know nothing about and a overly pathetic protagonist...

I tried. I really really tried....

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I'm so emotional

Tijan, you're stories are so amazing!! I felt Dusty's pain, happiness, sadness and love. Such incredible talented writing.

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I wouldn't consider this a true enemies romance but more of a second chance. While the main characters have not been friends since 6th grade neither was going out of their way to make the other suffer. When they reconnect they argue and fight but they aren't overly malicious. There are some very heartbreaking scenes mostly at the beginning and you feel so much for what Dusty is going through. As with other Tijan books there is a us vs them mentality and like usual the heroine is targeted by mean girls. At times words and phrases became a bit repetitive but I have noticed this with the authors other books so I guess it's her writing style. I wish there was less repetition, but that is a personal preference. I still really liked the book especially the last chapter.

Narration was spot on! Savannah does an amazing job as usual. If you're a Jason Clarke fan he only narrates a few chapters.

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This story has everything!

From beginning to end this book held all of my attention. This is much more than a friends turned enemies story. It is raw, painful, deep and beautiful. Dusty had other reasons to hate Stone as well and he hated her too. She lost her mother while she was in high school and she now has a step-mother named Gail who kept trying to get her to contact Stone now that they were in the same city together. She even called Stone’s mother to get his phone number.

Dusty finally hears from Stone when calls her to be nasty and tells her to call of Gail so she will leave his parents alone before they sue her for harassment. It is great to see the true animosity between Dusty and Stone at the beginning of this book. I don’t want to give away what happens in the book, but I will say that it is a hate to love book and not just between Dusty and Stone. Basically Dusty has cut herself off between everyone and she has absolutely nobody so it is her journey to friendship, family and love and it has all the feels.

Especially the relationship between Stone and Dusty is pretty great. It is sweet at times, Super HOT and Super STEAMY at times and utterly frustrating at most times. The fact that he is a famous football star doesn’t help matters much. But it makes for a great story! If you are looking for a sports romance that will leave you breathless grab this book!! If you are new to Tijan read this book NOW!!
Highly recommended!!!

My Favorite Quote from the Book:
“to make you mine. My woman. Just mine. All mine. I don’t care what you want. I can’t let you be someone else’s. Mine, babe. Mine.” He was waiting, not letting himself fall down on me, but I just pulled him the last bit toward me. I needed him. “I was going to tell you that I love you. That I didn’t care what you were planning for your future, because I am your future and that I loved you and that was that, but you beat me to it.” “You do?” I was smiling and I nodded. “Yeah.” My hand applied more force, still holding”



Plot. ⭐⭐⭐stars
Story. ⭐⭐⭐⭐ stars
Narrator.: Jason Clarke ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐( I only wish he had more then 12 min out of 11 hours),
Savannah Peachwood ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ (She did amazing Job. Savannah, did a fantastic job of differentiating between all the characters. Sometime's can be hard since there is just so many characters at play but I thought it was handled beautifully. The production was very clean, clear and enjoyable. )

This book was included in the escape package!

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It was ok

I love Tijan's books, but this one wasn't the best I've read/listened to.
The dynamic between Dusty and Stone was great, I thought he was a good character and definitely had the protectiveness I'd expect from a caring and compassionate person even through their bickering.

I enjoyed listening to the story, as the narrator had a great voice. However, I thought it was an actual dual POV and not a two-chapter guest appearance.

I would've rated this higher if not for the questionable actions, and the few things left open.
*Spoilers Below...*









1. Why did Stone hate her? Nothing was mentioned, so him supposedly hating her more was confusing.
2. Dumps her at home when she wanted to go when she had a serious concussion, leaving her with no keys, no coat, and no phone. He had them but did this. She could've died.
3. She hated him because of what his parents did, but then it was later said she hated him because of her stalker/crazy ex.
4. Speaking of the stalker, this was brought up really late in the book, and I wondered what was going on. I'd forgotten about the extremely vague prologue because of the huge space between them coming together.
5. The cookbooks. Dusty didn't read the messages in the backs of the books, and we didn't get to hear about them, either. It was as though they were forgotten about.
6. How did Stone not recognise Dusty in the box? Did he not look around the room even once?
7. Dusty had panic attacks and wasn't dealing with her trauma, but she didn't seem to grieve, especially at not being able to attend the funerals of her father and step-mother. She didn't even react; she didn't even mention about visiting their graves.
8. Why the hell would she make all of her "friends" so much food, and at their request? She was still healing, yet they hounded her to feed them and even bought the groceries specifically for her to do so. Yes, it's fictional and there are people like this out there, but it seemed a little excessive.

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Great book!

We need more Jason Clarke! Great book with out him either way but I would have loved to hear more from Stone!!

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Awesome

This book is so good you will not be able to put it down. this needs to be a movie. Stone and Dusty are such great characters. Hopefully there will be a book two to see how their love story continues.

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  • M. Fecht
  • 03-06-20

Another fab Tijan story

narrator was great. loved the story. was sad and lovely all at the same time.

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  • Kindle Customer
  • 02-15-20

Wow just wow

What a book I love Dusty she is just amazing all she went through OMG
I loved this book so very much the letter brought me to my knees in tears