Hate To Love Ships
Ask and you may receive. By request, a topic all about your favourite hate to love romances!
This weeks topic I am loving. When I saw this was a topic I got super excited and thought of a lot of different relationships within books but then when it came to actually picking I couldn't remember any of what I'd thought about. Unfortunately this week I only have 4 to share with you but enjoy!!
Juliette and Warner (Shatter Me Series by Tahereh Mafi)
So of course if you have read Shatter Me, you know that Adam is the good guy who should be with Juliette. He's sweet with her and nice but he's also a little too quiet for my liking.
Warner on the other hand is the bad guy I guess and the chemistry between him and Juliette is something I hate but can't help but wanna read more of.
Joe and Beck (You #1 by Caroline Kepnes)You knew it was going to end bad. Hey it didn't even start off good but it was gripping from the very start.
Ah! Joe and Beck! Their relationship was so iniproproate that it became facinating and interesting to read about. It was of course a very unhealthy psychotic fucked up shit storm but it was addicting!!!
Lochan + Maya (Forbidden)
Regardless of if you have read this book or not you more than likely have heard of it. If not then not to worry this is no spoiler!
Lochan and Maya are brother and sister. But they are in love. I read this and it made me feel uncomfortable not going to lie. Of course it's bound it it's about incest but nevertheless I was still rooting for both characters until the end.
If it were a normal relationship this would have been cute.
Charlotte and Riley (Girl In Pieces by Kathleen Glasgow)
Charlotte is this sad, depressed girl who has had a hard life. She meets Riley and everything turns to shit again.
Riley is not good for Charlotte at all and everyone knows it but reading how he sometimes makes me feel whether it be bad or good was addicting. Of course you never would want them to be together in the end but I liked the relationship while it lasted simply because it was so fascinatingly addicting.