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Dear Enemy

Dear Enemy

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But among a bouquet of perfect roses, Delilah is much like her namesake flower—unexpectedly vivid and complex—making you realize that roses are boring in comparison. i didn't really care about this cuz, again, he aint a ho and it literally lasted just a few pages just to create a drama. I’ve had such a hard time reading lately and this book held all my attention and had me rooting for the main characters and I loved every second of it. If there is one thing I know to be true, it’s that everything worth having in my life is worth fighting for.

Put your thoughts in a letter, and the receiver has a record of it forever, not just a memory but something they can pull out and touch when they need a reminder. However, it’s safe to say that this was light enough not to send me over, and realistic enough for me to understand forgiveness. A really entertaining fast paced read, I love the enemies to lovers trope and this was such a great example of why. I can do slow burn, but this felt a bit draggy at times, which made it hard for me to connect to the characters and their story.Sparks still sizzle between Macon and Delilah, only this heat feels alarmingly like unwanted attraction. Considering that Macon only dated one girl in his life before Delilah, said girl being her sister, doesn't really make it better. But now Delilah has to work for Macon as his personal chef and assistant, to pay for the expensive watch Sam stole from him.

Content warning: parental death; lots of scenes of the hero tormenting and being cruel to the heroine when they were kids/teens. Full of chemistry, Macon and Delilah are sizzling hot, it’s well written and such an addictive read. But, regardless of the things I enjoyed, there were two particular things that made me enjoy this much less than I anticipated.This is a slow burn romance book and I admit that I would have liked to see more intimate scenes between them. I enjoyed the fact that he did manage to succeed in spite of coming from a less spectacular childhood, but I found a lot of the rest of it just borrowed too heavily from familiar cliches with broody heroes, and I wanted a little more depth. It wasn't a big deal and didn't take away from my enjoyment but I thought this could have been handled a liiittle bit better.

I suspected that was the true mark of the devil: turning people into starry-eyed fools when they ought to know better. When they leave the hate apart and the true nature of their relationship shows it’s so sweet and emotional and I really loved that. While Delilah’s sister, Sam, could take a hike and I really would not miss her, I desperately hope that Macon’s bodyguard/stunt double, North West (no relation to Kim and Kanye) gets his own book. When Delilah’ s sister steals his mom’s watch, he finds the perfect plan to have Delilah at his mercy.I did love the foodie aspect of this romance though, which we surprisingly got a lot more of than the hero’s Hollywood background. The Greatest Secret, the long-awaited major work by Rhonda Byrne, lays out the next quantum leap in a journey that will take the listener beyond the material world and into the spiritual realm, where all possibilities exist. his present self was charming and cute but not gonna lie here, his past self was way more interesting than his present self and i guess i was in the mood for more angst cuz everything was a little too easy here. Both of them bullied their love interest, the girl leaves the town for one reason or another, 10 years later the pair reunited and the girl works for the guy.



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