Rafe Pierce just wants to keep his head down and earn his next promotion. Becoming Houston’s “Hot Cop” is his worst nightmare, and things only get worse when the sexiest reporter he’s ever met starts digging through his past. Sophie Klein has the power to expose a childhood he’d rather keep hidden, so why can’t he stay away from her?
He’s everything Sophie Klein hates: brash, arrogant, and hot as hell. When a chance encounter with a bachelorette party makes Rafe a social-media sensation, Sophie is the lucky reporter chosen to tell his story. She can’t deny the chemistry between them, but is determined to keep her distance. Unfortunately for her, a drunken hookup in a bar supply closet ensures she will be spending at least the next nine months with him…
[I received a digital arc for an honest review]
” So this is what insta-lust feels like. Holy shit.”
Hating to Love you is the debut by romance author Erin Rylie. It’s definitely one of those feel good romances that puts a smile on your face while reading it.
“Nothing could quite compare to the smell of fresh books and fresher coffee.“
Both of our leading characters have tragic back round stories. Rafe finds everything thing he’s always wanted in Sophie and is ready to jump in head first, while Sophie can’t help but see all the ways this could come crashing down around her. Rafe is sweet, sensitive, sexy and swoon worthy. Sophie is down to earth and a bit sassy. Together they work, in the bedroom and out of it. There is a lot of intimate scenes between them and most will leave you hot and bothered. 🔥
“Oh, there is no doubt about it. I absolutely dream about you in handcuffs. Just last night, I dreamed you were handcuffed to that bedpost you seem to think has so many notches. You were naked and I was licking your—”
Hating to Love you was a great read for any romance lover, and I am already itching for Erin’s next book because I’ve been in love with Carlos since before this book was even finished 😂
“He kissed her like a starving man, like he needed the air in her lungs to breathe.”
“she didn’t know if she could ever get enough of him, of this. The thought terrified her.”