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    Hilarious

    One of the most entertaining books I've read this year! Hilariously funny with some amazing characters. I hope we are going to see some of theses secondary characters in the future!! The overall story is fresh and interesting with a quick easy flow. Seriously everything about this one will leave you smiling. From the names Cole comes up with for Kiersten to the office antics and Kiersten's day out with Cole's mother you will be laughing so hard you'll have tears in your eyes. This is an absolute must read! I highly recommend it.
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    LOVED!!!

    LOVED this book! It made me smile and laugh, while pulling for the characters and feeling totally invested in their story. I love Kiersten and her creative approach to revenge - I'm sure that anyone who has ever working for a overbearing taskmaster can sympathize with her and has probably fantasied about some of her antics. Cole is the overbearing taskmaster and all around pompous ass who doesn't know what to do when Kiersten starts her antics. Some of Kiersten's antics were inspired and creative. If, as they say, revenge is a dish best served cold, than this novel is positively delicious! It's the perfect read when you want a lighter story that will make you laugh out loud. Fans of the genre will love this novel and should put it at the top of their TBR list. The author is on my must read authors' list.
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    Great romance

    I wasn’t expecting to like 69 Million Things I Hate About You as much as I did. I was in the mood for a light, funny romance after reading some books that were good but had a heavier subject. When I saw that it was about a personal assistant stays to exact revenge on her boss after winning the lottery, I had to read it. I am glad that I did because I laughed the whole time I read it. 69 Million Things I Hate About You is about Kiersten, a personal assistant to Cole, her boss who makes her life hell. Kiersten and her roommates hit the lottery one night. Kiersten’s gets 69 million dollars. That leaves Kiersten in a place where she can quit her job. She decides that before quitting, she will exact revenge on Cole and try to get him to fire her. But Cole is amused by Kiersten’s antics and he decides that he is going to see how far he can push her before she quits. What they don’t expect is the immediate attraction to each other. Kiersten cracked me up. The revenge antics that she came up with had me rolling. They started off little, like not answering her phone when Cole called. Then they moved up to middle-sized when she got drunk with his mother, took her to a strip club and got arrested. But the final one was hilarious. Taking 5 billionaires to Amish country on a vacation and stranding them there for 5 days. The only antic that I didn’t find funny was when she misplaced the permit for a charity that is close to Cole’s heart. I thought that it was very petty of her. The only reason she didn’t send for the permits to be sent out is that there was a woman’s name on it. I was like “really” and did an eye roll. That is the only part of the book I didn’t like. Cole came across as a jerk in the beginning of the book. He expected the personal assistant before Kiersten to reschedule her wedding in to go with him on a business trip. Which gave me a giggle because he was so nonchalant about it after the fact. His reactions to Kiersten not being herself was hilarious. He didn’t know what to do with her. Well, that was until he found the online betting pool and decided to up the ante. From that point on, I was laughing my butt off at his reactions to Kiersten’s antics. They were great. I did an eye roll when it was revealed that Cole didn’t have relationships because women were after him for his money. Which is why he wanted a prenup before he started a relationship. That was a first for me to read. A man wants a prenup before he starts a relationship. Forget getting married, sign it early on. I also didn’t understand why he flipped out on Kiersten for not telling him that she won the lottery. That made no sense to me. Sex between Cole and Kiersten didn’t happen until almost the end of the book. The author did do a great job at building up the sexual tension so when they did have sex, it was an explosion. What I did like is that the sex happened towards the end of the book. If they had sex earlier, that it would have derailed the book. So yeah, no sex until the end of the book worked here. I do feel that there was no personal relationship between Cole and Kiersten. The book couldn’t convince me that they would actually enjoy being in a relationship. That is the only complaint about the book. The end of the book was a typical HEA. I can’t wait to read book 2!! I enjoyed reading 69 Million Things I Hate About You. This book reminded me of Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing and the movie 10 Things I Hate About You. This book has a great plot. It also has characters that make you laugh until you cry. **I received a free copy of this book and volunteered to review it**
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    A fun read!

    Anyone who has a demanding boss would love this book! To have the freedom to say what you really want to your boss would be so liberating. Kearsten just won the lottery with her 2 best friends and she can finally get her life back. For the past 6 months she has worked for the most demanding boss who has her on call 24/7. Instead of outright quitting, her friends talk her into exacting a little bit of revenge. Nice friends huh? The boss found out she was trying to get fired. He thought it was for the severance package she would receive if she got fired, so he decided to make her quit first. What followed was a hilarious tale of who could top who. This was a fun read. I laughed out loud a lot to their antics and truly enjoyed this book. Even having a love/hate relationship, their chemistry was believable and I didn’t even mind that they didn’t get together until almost the end. If your looking for a cute story that with keep you laughing, I recommend this one from Kira Archer. ARC provided by NetGalley.
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    Bet on Love

    I totally enjoyed reading 69 Million Things I Hate About You by Kira Archer, the first book in her Winning the Billionaire series. Personal assistant Kiersten Abbott wins sixty-nine million dollars in the lotto and realizes she has more than enough money to quit her highly demanding job. Instead she decides to stay on the job and exact a little revenge on her insufferable jerk of a boss. It doesn’t take billionaire Cole Harrington long to figure out that something’s wrong with his delightful assistant once he discovers the office pool on how long it will take for him to fire her. So he decides to spice things up and see how far he can push her until she quits. The game is on, with everyone waiting to see who will crack first. However the bet starts a new dynamic between them, and soon they realize they just might have crossed that fine line between hate and love. I really loved reading this book and had trouble putting this book down. Ms. Archer wove a wonderful story full of laughs, jokes, and love, drawing me in and not letting go until I read the last page. I highly recommend this book to other readers and can’t wait to read the next book in this series. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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