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Harper

Love causes hurt, hurt causes hate.

I’ve learned this the hard way. 

I fell for a guy who is made up of angry bones, a dark heart, and eyes that can see my soul. 

One night changed everything. 

Now, when he looks into my heart, he pulls out the weakness and he uses it to his advantage. 

He taunts me, breaks me down, and is trying to destroy my first year away at college. So, why can’t I stay away? 

Why am I so drawn to the boy who used to be my friend - the guy who broke my heart and the man who wants to destroy me? 

Axel

All it took was one night for me to see Harper for what she really is - a fake. An imposter who cut me open, forced me to bare my soul, then tossed me aside without even sewing up my black heart.

She was the first girl to ever stir emotion inside of me.

It’s been a year, but I still feel the sting of what she did to me. No matter how hard I try, I can’t escape her. 

Now, we are away at college, and she thinks she’s still part of this group we’ve had since we were kids. Little does she know, she’s been cut, and it’s her turn to feel the pain.

©2020 Rachel Leigh (P)2020 Rachel Leigh

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Great bully romance

This was a great audiobook. The narrators did an amazing job and their voices were actually age appropriate. That helped with flow of the story. Rachel Leigh delivers a captivating story of love, hate, heart break and betrayal With Like Hate. Axel is full of anger and rage towards Harper his ex girlfriend. He bullies her for a year relentlessly. Their journey in this book is an emotional, tumultuous whirlwind and I loved every second of it. You need to read And listen to this book, I can’t recommend it enough!! Rachel is now an automatic one click for me. She consistently delivers amazing 5 star reads.

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Great Story Redwood High book 3

l loved this book when I read it.
the audio book is great. I was not familiar with narrators but they actually did a great job. They really brought the MCs to life.

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Pure torture....

1.5 stars ⭐️½

Good lord that was torture… Like Hate: A Bully Romance was my first book I’ve read by Rachel Leigh and I can say my last. Geez was the book writing by a teenager? It was that bad…

I’m lost for words that I don’t even know where to start...I had to force myself to continuing reading. I told myself I am not doing another DNF review.

The story was all over the place that you never get the chance to connect with the two main characters or any of the characters in the story. One minute your reading how Axel hates Harper, the next minute how he loves her to her hating him, then her loving him… my god I was getting whiplash with all the back and forth drama…

The dialogue was horrible that I gagged at times. It had absolutely no plot. Not sure what the author was going for in this book, but she seriously fell flat on what she was trying to accomplish. She completely skipped over so many key points that needed to be addressed. One being senior year, apparently Axel made Harpers senior year awful.
Oh don’t worry readers, you just get to hear Harper tell us thoughout the book, how awful Axel made it, but never get any details...Like really? Your not even going to give your readers some flashbacks.

What annoyed me was the Author so desperately tried to portray Harper as this forgiving and overall nice person. Umm no… Harper was a doormat! There’s a difference Rachel Leigh! Harper definitely was pathetic, never sticking up for herself. What a complete disappointment!

Was Axel supposed to be a bully in this book? Axel was more of an entitled Prick. Thinking everyone owes him something. I did not find Axel one bit interesting or hot in anyway. He had a brain of a Toddler and acted like one too. Didn’t get the college vibe at all from this book.

Anyhow, I’ll stop with my review here..no need to waste anymore of my time..

Audiobook review: Both narrators sounded like robots. Not sure if it was due to bad writing or it was just them. Stephanie Osborn I probably could listen to again, but Christopher Rain needs work. I gave it a 3 star because of Stephanie Osborn.