Hate Notes PDF Book by Vi Keeland, Penelope Ward PDF ePub

Hate Notes

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4.2324,518 votes • 3,087 reviews
Published 06 Nov 2018
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Format Kindle Edition
Pages301
Edition6
Publisher Montlake Romance
ISBN -
ISBN13-
Languageeng



From New York Times bestselling authors Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward comes an unexpected love story of secondhand hearts and second chances…
It all started with a mysterious blue note sewn into a wedding dress.
Something blue.
I’d gone to sell my own unworn bridal gown at a vintage clothing store. That’s when I found another bride’s “something old.”
Stitched into the lining of a fabulously feathered design was the loveliest message I’d ever read: Thank you for making all of my dreams come true.
The name embossed on the blue stationery: Reed Eastwood, obviously the most romantic man who ever lived. I also discovered he’s the most gorgeous. If only my true-love fantasies had stopped there. Because I’ve since found out something else about Mr. Starry-Eyed.
He’s arrogant, cynical, and demanding. I should know. Thanks to a twist of fate, he’s my new boss. But that’s not going to stop me from discovering the story behind his last love letter. A love letter that did not result in a happily ever after.
But that story is nothing compared to the one unfolding between us. It’s getting hotter, sweeter, and more surprising than anything I could have imagined.
Something new.
But I have no idea how this one is going to end...

Hate Notes Reviews

Patty Belongs To Kellan~Jesse~Lautner~Miller~Jack~Racer~Rafe~Liam~Prince Nicholas~Hayes~Simon~Gianluca & Archer
- Lawrence Township, NJ
5
Tue, 27 Feb 2018

*****FIVE STARS*****
{ARC Generously Provided by Author}
I wanted to taste her lips and suck away that sour look on her face, yet I knew that if there was one set of lips on this earth forbidden to me, it was Charlotte Darling’s. She wasn’t just a pretty face and a hot body. She was someone who wanted inside my soul, and that was never going to happen.
HATE NOTES, the latest collaborative project by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward, was simply amazing! These two can create literary masterpieces when they get all of the elements right. This story had an endearing Heroine, a ridiculously sexy Hero with an abrasive attitude, and enough angst, heart, and steam to keep a romance reader’s appetite thoroughly satiated.
While I swooned over Reed, I developed a huge girl crush for Charlotte. She was unbelievably funny, a hopeless romantic, and a risk taker. I knew she would ultimately chip away at Reed’s ice cold exterior. There were surprises that I never expected from this story and it even made me shed a few tears.
Here are my overall ratings:
Hero: 4.5
Heroine: 5
Plot: 5
Angst: 4.5
Steam: 5
Chemistry Between Hero & Heroine: 5
HATE NOTES releases on November 6th! I absolutely loved it and recommend giving it a one-click!
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SueBee★bring me an alpha!★
- Sweden, Sweden
0
Thu, 22 Feb 2018

READING ASAP.
Stand-alone.
Blurb:
Book Blurb:
It all started with a mysterious blue note sewn into a wedding dress.
Something blue.
I’d gone to sell my own unworn bridal gown at a vintage clothing store. That’s when I found another bride’s “something old.”
Stitched into the lining of a fabulously feathered design was the loveliest message I’d ever read: Thank you for making all of my dreams come true.
The name embossed on the blue stationery: Reed Eastwood, obviously the most romantic man who ever lived. I also discovered he’s the most gorgeous. If only my true-love fantasies had stopped there. Because I’ve since found out something else about Mr. Starry-Eyed.
He’s arrogant, cynical, and demanding. I should know. Thanks to a twist of fate, he’s my new boss. But that’s not going to stop me from discovering the story behind his last love letter. A love letter that did not result in a happily ever after.
But that story is nothing compared to the one unfolding between us. It’s getting hotter, sweeter, and more surprising than anything I could have imagined.
Something new.
But I have no idea how this one is going to end...

Mwanamali
1
Thu, 08 Nov 2018

*WARNING*: I'm in a bit of a slump so take this review with a grain of salt. Also note that the review is riddled with spoilers.
Meet Charlotte, think of her as Bernadette from Big Bang Theory only without the intelligence, wry wit, intimidation and helium voice. Charlotte is ditzy, naive, friendless, kinda spineless but adorkable. She is selling/returning her wedding dress when she sees a beautiful designer gown with feathers* and tries it on. While doing this, she stumbles on a beautiful love note from a man named Reed to the love of his life Alison.
In a moment of loneliness and vulnerability, Charlotte gets the dress in exchange for hers and decides to stalk the Reed in the note since he proves that love and romance still exist. Charlotte had walked in on her ex getting blown by some woman in his office- where she worked too. So clearly she lost her marriage and her job.
As she stalks Reed over the interwebs, she finds out that he is a high end realtor and books a showing with gag jobs. Surprisingly, Reed accepts her application and schedules her for a viewing where he reads her the riot act over wasting his time. Charlotte breaks down and ends up stumbling into the bathroom where lo and behold, Reed's grandmother gives her comfort, and a job- as Reed's assistant.
What are the odds?
So far it was quite funny. How Charlotte would stand on a chair to put her at level with Reed when he was being a dick. Why was he being a dick? The plot of course. And instead of yelling or whatever, she would air type the bad thoughts she was having. *rolls eyes*
Fine. Be unrealistically cute Charlotte. But then where is the rest of your life outside your failed relationship, your sorta job and your friendtraction to Reed? Aren't New Adult novels supposed to be about well rounded modern characters? I'd have even settled for the Judy Greer type romcom bff.
Anyway, their infuriating hot and cold moments continue until about ten pages to the end of the novel. Which was pointless because everybody knows they'll end up together anyway.
One part I really had no patience for was when Reed told Charlotte than he knows she would never lodge a sexual harassment claim to trap him. The fuck is this kind of tone deaf writing in a 2018 novel? After THE ME TOO movement????? Are you fucking kidding me?
Then, the book uses chronic illness as a plot twist not once, not twice but thrice in this fuck-knuckle of a book.
When Charlotte finds out that a long time employee is embezzling funds, it's because of her grandson who has some rare type of cancer. The point of this- for Charlotte to soften Reed up not to fire the employee. When the grandmother would never have let that happen anyway.
When Charlotte and Reed go for rock climbing, Reed has a stumble and Charlotte finds out that Reed is diagnosed with MS.
When Reed finds out who Charlotte's biological mother is, guess what? She is dying. Chronic illness.
For fuck's sake.
This book had it's moments. I liked the grandma. I liked some of the banter between Reed and Charlotte but books like this- and how unoriginal they are- are part of the reason why I gave up on new adult heterosexual books. I don't get the hype around them. And frankly this book didn't deserve that cover- yum...- and it definitely didn't deserve New York.

warhawke
- Malaysia
4
Wed, 31 Oct 2018

Genre: Contemporary Romance
Type: Standalone
POV: First Person - Dual
Rating:
Just when Charlotte Darling thought there was no such thing as fairytale in real life, she found a love note sewn into a wedding dress at a vintage store. Upon some stalking, she found the writer of the note but apparently he turned out to be more of a villain.
Reed Eastwood might looked like a Prince Charming but he was anything but. Gone were the man who penned such a romantic message. What left of him was a bitter, arrogant, pain in the ass man who unfortunately she had no way to avoid.

I’d joked about Charlotte Darling and her pixie dust. There was always something magical about her, the way she’d just appeared in my life and turned it upside down.

It’s rare for me to love a female character, but Charlotte managed to make it on the list. She was funny and kooky which made her highly lovable. The air typing thing was priceless haha!
There was no middle ground with Charlotte. Either I was all in or all out.

At times, Reed could be a condescending asshole, but deep down he cared more than what he let others see. It’s quite entertaining to see him flustered by Charlotte “craziness”.
The story was funny and entertaining, and I like the secondary characters in their lives. One of my favorite aspects in the story was the "special" list. Naturally, her list was eclectic and the source of entertainment. I also like how this story had an unexpected element that added heart to it. I don’t usually like epilogue, but here it was a good closure and also touching.
Love wasn’t about a beautiful dress, a note, or even poignant words. It was about being with someone through thick and thin, about seeing them through not only the best moments of life but also the worst.

Hate Notes follows the lives of two people learning to take chances. It would appeal to readers who enjoy lighthearted romance.
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Jacqueline's Reads
- Plano, TX
3
Sat, 17 Nov 2018

3 I didn’t love it like everyone else stars.
A lot of people loved this book. I usually like Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward reads but there are have been one or two books I just didn’t jive with and this is one of them.
I didn’t get the feels like everyone else did and some where emotional, but like I said I.JUST.DID.NOT.FEEL.IT
Sebastian York is a seasoned audio narrator and I love his acting but I have listened to so many books with his voice, I’m okay finding a new narrator. Just a little variety right? Lynn Barrington is a new voice actress for me. I liked her. I like her voice transitions and her voice is nice to listen to.
So, here’s the thing with this book, I HATED the Heroine. Oh my god she is so annoying, rude and there are so many times I thought to myself, who does this?
The book starts out with her trying to sell her wedding dress because surprise her ex cheated on her. She trades her wedding dress for another wedding dress. Even though she doesn’t have enough money to eat. Even though it sounds insane and in that dress is a note. She tries to find out who wrote that note because it’s so lovely.
Say what?
Girl, clean yourself up. Get a better job than tempting and stop stalking people on Facebook.
She figures out the person that wrote the note is the Hero and he sells expensive apartments. So she books an appointment to have him sell her an apartment. She what? Who does that. She doesn’t have any money and she wants to see how the other half live to give her hope? Oh my god, I was rolling my eyes, thinking this girl is insane.
So you keep on listening and more stuff happens and it just apparent the Hero doesn’t want to be with the Hero for his personal reasons. I just didn’t feel the feels like everyone did.
Like I said, this book didn’t click with me. I don’t like the storyline. I hated the Heroine. Oh and the steam was 100% lacking. So sad for me.

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