“The Hating Game”


One romance novel that I highly recommend is “The Hating Game” by Sally Thorne. This delightful and addictive story follows Lucy Hutton and Joshua Templeman, two executive assistants who work in the same office and despise each other. Their rivalry is fierce, with constant pranks and a never-ending battle for dominance. However, when a promotion opportunity arises, their competition reaches new heights.

As Lucy and Joshua spend more time together, they begin to discover that their animosity might actually be masking a deep attraction. The tension between them is palpable, and their witty banter and hilarious interactions make for an incredibly entertaining read. The chemistry between Lucy and Joshua is electric, and their slow-burning romance will keep you hooked until the very end.

What sets “The Hating Game” apart is the incredible character development. Lucy is a lovable and relatable protagonist, with her quirky personality and determination to succeed. Joshua, on the other hand, is the brooding and mysterious type, with hidden depths that slowly unravel throughout the story. Their journey from enemies to lovers is filled with heartwarming moments, steamy encounters, and unexpected twists.

Sally Thorne’s writing style is engaging and humorous, making it impossible to put the book down. “The Hating Game” is a refreshing take on the enemies-to-lovers trope, with a perfect balance of humor, romance, and emotional depth. If you’re looking for a captivating and feel-good romance novel, this is definitely one to add to your reading list.