Book Reviews, Romance  |  04.29.2020

The Hating Season by K.A. Linde (Book Review)

This was such a great enemies-to-lovers romance. Seriously, if you’re a fan of this trope, you need to read this.

The Hating Season follows the story of Anna English and Court Kensington.

The prologue already opens up with a bang (erm, pun not intended?). When Anna flies to London to visit her husband Josh Hut (whos’s about to be the newest Jason Bourne) on set, she overhears the crew saying he has been screwing his co-star all along. Furious, desolate, and heartbroken Anna flies back to New York immediately and decides to focus on work.

Anna is a hotshot celebrity publicist for an LA firm, but her current mission on the West Coast is to babysit Court Kensington and clean up his Upper East Side Playboy image so that his mother gets re-elected as NYC’s mayor.

It’s clear that Anna does not want to be shadowing him and making sure he keeps in line, and also Court has no intention of having Anna ground him and control his every move. But, as the tension grows and they both realize their mutual attraction, can they keep the professional side of their relationship intact?

A little bit of forbidden romance and a lot of deeper layers makes this such an interesting story, and their banter was ON POINT. I loved every second of it.

And now I cannot wait for the next book, I’m so absolutely intrigued by Camden and Katherine’s relationship.

This was an ARC provided in exchange for an honest review.

Rating: ⭐⭐⭐⭐ (4 Stars)

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