A nossa resenha de hoje é de Dating the Enemy, da autora Nicole Williams! Boa leitura!
Today our review is about Dating the Enemy by Nicole Williams! Enjoy
|Mais uma vez Nicole Williams nos entrega um delicioso livro que não queremos largar! Dating the Enemy trás um ar fresco para as histórias de inimigos-para-amantes, com um reality show sobre amor e como provar quem está certo. Hannah com seus ideais românticos, ou Brooks com sua realidade nua e crua sobre amor e relacionamentos? Quem sairá vencedor? Será que existe a possibilidade de um empate? Foi uma delícia acompanhar essa comédia romântica, com seus momentos engraçados, emocionais e maravilhosas amizades. Leitura leve, li tudo de uma só vez e fiquei querendo mais. Se você gosta do clichê inimigos para amantes, heróis alfa e comédias românticas, esse livro é para você.
|What a great read! As usual, Nicole Williams delivery a good story that you don’t want to put down. Dating the Enemy put a twist in the enemy-to-lovers story, where they are battling from the beginning to not fall in love. In this reality show, who will be the winner? Romance, Reality or there is a chance of a draw? Hannah and Brookes form a great pair and it was delish to follow their story. It was funny, well written and I read it in one sitting! If you like enemy-to-lovers, alpha heroes and rom-com, this book is for you!|
“Where do you think you’re going?”
I jolted. Brooks had an annoying talent of being able to appear out of thin air. “As far away from this dance floor as I can get.”
“But we haven’t danced yet.” Brooks crept in front of my path, forcing me to stop or crash into him.
Braking to a stop, I shot him a look. “I’ll be sure to shed some tears for that later. When I’m asleep.”
“Someone’s notably grumpier now than they were earlier.” His eyes narrowed in an investigative kind of way. “Methinks you weren’t totally forthcoming about you minding if I danced with other women.”
The cameraman was leaning in, our ever-present third wheel, but I didn’t feel the need to lower my voice. “Methinks you were onto something when you expressed trepidation over your manhood’s functioning properties after tonight.”
Brooks let out a low whistle. “Under the right circumstances, those words, from that mouth, would be such a turn-on.”
“The right circumstances being what? Your standing appointment with a dungeon and a dominatrix?”
One dark brow lifted. “Bad kitty.”
“No. Grumpy cat.” I circled my face before going around him.
His arm whipped out, cinching around my waist to draw me back to him. “Let’s see if I can help with that.” His hand found mine, lifting it, while his other secured at my back, bringing me closer. And closer.
And . . .
“Brooks,” I hissed, remembering the camera before I put into words what I’d just felt.
He didn’t appear the slightest bit fazed. “What was that about my functioning manhood?”
“I don’t want to feel it digging into my stomach when I’m trying to focus on tangoing.”
“Then you shouldn’t have worn that dress.”
“And we’ll lump that in the category known as victim-blaming,” I muttered, trying to ignore the hard swell rubbing against my midsection.
“It’s not your fault my dick has a thing for your dress.” Brooks didn’t lower his voice at all. “It’s his fault, one hundred and ten percent. Total case of dick-blaming right here.”
About the Author
Nicole Williams is the New York Times and USATODAY bestselling author of contemporary and young adult romance, including the Crash and Lost & Found series. Her books have been published by HarperTeen and Simon & Schuster in both domestic and foreign markets, while she continues to self-publish additional titles. She is working on a new YA series with Crown Books (a division of Random House) as well. She loves romance, from the sweet to the steamy, and writes stories about characters in search of their happily even after. She grew up surrounded by books and plans on writing until the day she dies, even if it’s just for her own personal enjoyment. She still buys paperbacks because she’s all nostalgic like that, but her kindle never goes neglected for too long. When not writing, she spends her time with her husband and daughter, and whatever time’s left over she’s forced to fit too many hobbies into too little time.
Nicole is represented by Jane Dystel, of Dystel and Goderich Literary Agency.