Haters to lover tropes have been exceedingly common these days. The reader’s community loves it! If you wish to get into this genre, let us help you. Here are our top 3 picks of books you must read to fall in love with this genre.
1. The Hating Game
Author: Sally Thorne
Hate. Now that is what Lucy Hutton and Joshua Templeton did. They hated each other. They displayed and showcased this repeatedly through a series of passive-aggressive manoeuvres as they sat across from each other. Lucy was one who never got Joshua’s joyless and uptight approach to his job. and Joshua was surprised by Lucy’s overly bright and quirky attitude.
They were up for the same promotion and the battle had reached a boiling point. This was when they discovered something more to that hate. Potentially lo…ve?
2. The Spanish Love Deception
Author : Elena Armas
This novel debut has managed to charm so many of us! Catalina Martin absolutely does not want to show up single to her sister’s wedding when her ex was going to attend too. Her other option was to take her infuriation co-worker to travel to Spain and be her fake boyfriend which she did not want either. But when it came to choosing between the two, she chose the latter. She was desperate, the wedding drew nearer and this was her best option. Throughout the time spent, she realised that her coworker Aaron Blackford might not just be as pathetic and insufferable in the real world as he was in the office.
3. Pride and Prejudice
Author : Jane Austen
A classic. It received immediate success in the year 1813 and has been adding accolades to its name ever since. This book revolves around the romantic clash between opinionated Elizabeth and her proud beau, Mr Darcy. It is a splendid display of civilised sparring. Though Darcy and Elizabeth might not be enemies per se, they surely go get on the wrong foot and form the least favourable opinions about each other right from the start. However, with time, these opinions change into something much better!
4. Red, White and Royal Blue
Author : Casey McQuiston
This book has the ‘perfect’ aspect. It's the ‘perfect’ amount of tension between the First Son of the United States and the Prince of England.
After their first greeting, Prince Henry was considered a nemesis and a stuck-up by Henry, the First Son of the States. However, what is asked of them is to fake a friendship. Between rivals
Now in the spotlight and having public responsibilities they come off as complete opposites.
However, this is the point of attraction- being opposites.
And that is all for today. We hope you found some books that you would truly enjoy reading. Do let us know if you have read any of these books and if you have, how did you like them?
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