The old adage their is a thin line between love and hate would be a perfect way to describe this book. The hatred that Daisy was consumed with on a day to day basis, even when years had kept them apart was almost too much to handle. Right when I thought I couldn’t read one more snarky word..a new viewpoint was added. And done in a way that made me connect on an entirely new level to this relationship.
Competition can be an aphrodisiac, but it can also be a complete mood killer and these two straddled that line like Olympic gymnasts ready to rumble. The back and forth with these two was like a tennis match..but once you remembered where the future of such a heated rivalry can lead to. Egos clashing, bodies mashing..When you hate hard. You love harder. It’s a fact and this book proves that can be a reality.
For me, Lucas was the reason for reading. His passion, patience, and drive to prove what he has always known was inspiring to watch unfold. I loved his unwavering pursuit to show Daisy that what she thought she knew was almost the exact opposite, all she had to do was get out of her own way. The heat these two could make could burn down a damn town. So when it all comes together. It’s a pairing heard through out the county.