About the Book
“I have a theory. Hating someone feels disturbingly similar to being in love with them. I've had a lot of time to compare love and hate, and these are my observations.
Love and hate are visceral. Your stomach twists at the thought of that person. The heart in your chest beats heavy and bright, nearly visible through your flesh and clothes. Your appetite and sleep are schredded. Every interaction spikes your blood with adrenaline, and you're in the brink of fight or flight. Your body is barely under your control. You're consumed, and it scares you.
Both love and hate are mirror versions of the same game - and you háve to win. Why? Your heart and your ego. Trust me, I should know.”
Okay, I'm just going to say it. I snort laughed. I choke laughed. I cackled. I also snickered randomly. This book was hilarious.
There's a good amount of drama going on too, and I do love my drama. Mostly I loved how there was a build up to the romance. Nothing in here was over the top and overly sexualized.
In conclusion, Sofia needs to make this a choice for bookclub so I can discuss it with all of those people and then judge anyone who doesn't like it.