Ever heard of keeping your friends close and your enemies closer?
That's exactly what Ally Lockwood has to do when the hottest guy at Fairview High, who is also her sworn nemesis, moves in with her family for senior year.
Most girls would do anything to live across the hall from Chase Williams, but Ally isn't fooled by his good looks or brooding charm. She's been on the wrong side of him for years, and knows all too well how sly and manipulative he truly is.
She's desperate to get rid of him. Luckily, her friends have a genius plan to ensure Ally's over-protective father kicks Chase out of the house for good.
All she has to do is convince him to date her and make sure they get caught...
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- Ryan Hooey
I think I have a soft spot for this audiobook however, I have to be realistic when I write my review. You will not find anything genre bending about this audiobook. It has all your usual tropes inside and out but will leave you smiling, laughing and at times angry at the characters. The main character is very well written and it is hard not to love her. You will be angry at her at times, no doubt but for the most part the author does a great job of getting you to care for the characters. The performance was great however at times I lost my interest. This might be because of the performance are because of the writing but I am not entirely sure. Or maybe it was even because of the father LOL.It was just missing that something to push it over the top to be a great audiobook for me. This is not to say others will not enjoy it but like I said I did have a big soft spot for this audiobook. I am definitely going to try another book by this author and most likely another performance byg this narrator
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- Anonymous User
I hate you more was such a cute, heartfelt YA novel. I loved that the chapters went back and forth from Ally’s POV and Chase’.
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