About The Enemy
It’s been twelve years since I’ve seen him. Twelve years since he won our war of wits by outsmarting me with a tactic I didn’t even know was allowed. But tonight…I resurrect the battle.
Ryan Henderson is back in town for our best friends’ wedding, and I plan on showing him exactly how much I don’t care about him—or the almost kiss he ruthlessly dangled over me after graduation.
A lot has changed since our feuding days. I’m a successful bakery owner now, and I plan to rub every delicious detail of my life in his ugly face.
Just one problem: his face is gorgeous.
He wasn’t supposed to look like this or pursue me like a sexy guided missile. I must stay strong until the wedding is over and Ryan scurries back into whatever alternate universe he escaped from.
His interest in me is nothing but a continuation of the games we played in high school…right?
But the longer he stays, the more I wonder if I’m wrong and his tender smile and heated attentions are genuine. Maybe it’s not a game.
Ha! Who am I kidding? This is Ryan we’re talking about. Of course it’s a game. A game called war. And this time, I will win.
The Enemy is a closed door romance, perfect for readers who love lots of sizzle but no explicit content.
A few months ago, I read a book called The Match. It was an amazing romantic comedy. And I was so excited to see this book by the same author. I really loved that you didn’t have to read The Match first. They’re part of a series, but about completely different characters.
This one has June as the main character. I LOVED her. June is the kind of girl that isn’t afraid to be her. I loved the first scene where she’s stuck in the bathroom without any toilet paper. It made me laugh, I love that! June’s arch enemy since they were teenagers is Ryan. Ryan and June are best friends with Logan and Stacy who are about to get married. As part of the wedding festivities, Ryan and June will be thrown together all week long.
I really liked Ryan in this one. He was really misunderstood by June all through their relationship. His plan to get her to like him was so great. I did have to laugh at these two. They are constantly pranking each other and it was just the best thing about the book.
The plot of this one is fun. I really need a trip to Charleston. And I really need more books like this by Sarah Adams!
I borrowed a copy of The Enemy using my Kindle Unlimited subscription. All opinions are my own.
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