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    Reading this book was a treat for me

    My favorite type of romance is an enemies to lovers romance. I love the tension and anger between two people that slowly turns to love. So reading Frenemies was a treat for me. Dash Hampton and Layla Tate have been academic rivals for years. Now Layla is about to graduate college but she just has one more credit she needs to complete. The class should be simple but the man teaching the class has never made her life easy. Dash. Layla is a contradiction of being strong willed with Dash and people pleasing with her mom. Gah, don't get me started on her mother! Dash is such a delicious character! He knows what he wants and what he wants is Layla. ❤️ This is a teacher-student romance but this story didn't really feel like a taboo read. It was nice to catch up with Layla's friend Charlie (her story is in the first book in the series, Friend Zone which I highly recommend reading). Frenemies is the second book in the Friend Zone series but it really can be read as a standalone. A very sweet read that is light on the angst.
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    Panty-melting romance!

    Sexy, snappy and swoon worthy! Outstanding enemies to lovers romance with divine characters and fantastic writing. Dash is a dream of a hero with his good looks, pedigree and smarts. He loves to set Layla on fire either with his barbs or his sexiness and watch as she reacts. She's a spitfire that gives as good as she takes and she wants to take him down. Their rivalry started in childhood with Dash "pulling her pigtails" and Layla going for payback that continues into adulthood. These highly competitive, beautiful people dish it back and forth with a fierceness that looks like hate but is really attraction. When Layla needs some help Dash is there for her and she sees a different side of him that she likes. Dash is ready to romance the lovely and sassy Layla but he has to convince her that they can be more than frenemies or at the least dislike and lust can co-exist. These two have terrific chemistry that's sizzles and can't be denied whether they're fighting or lusting. There are a few twists that cause friction in their budding relationship including their current teacher/student situation. And then there's the drama and heartache both have to deal with from their respective family's expectations and issues. Love the friendship between the gals and their wonderful support. This author has given us a panty-melting couple along with a storyline that has loads of depth and emotion. A real page turner to find out how Layla and Dash get to their ending. Loved it! I voluntarily reviewed an ARC.
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    great read

    She hated him period-dot-com. He had made harassing her an art form, he couldn't stop himself, she was all he wanted and teasing her got her attention. Now she's in his class and although she remembers how he harassed and embarrassed her, all he can think about is getting her in bed. They both have their issues and reasons why they should stay away but the more they get to know each other the harder they fall. It's a great enemies to lovers read all the more so because of the cast of characters, a mother who is never satisfied for her and a grandmother that wants to control for him. In spite of or maybe because of these two there's plenty to scoff at but also some smiles. This author does a great job bringing these two together and hyping up the others who want to stand in the way.
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    Enemies to lovers

    I have been waiting to read this book since I finished Friend Zone. There's just something about an enemies to lovers romance. This book did not disappoint. Dash and Layla have been at each other's throats since they were in elementary school. Layla always thought Dash hated her, so she hated him. Dash just wanted Layla and loved to rile her up. Two kisses later (their first kiss happened years ago) and they were done for. However these two have a bunch of huddles they have to jump over before they can find their HEA. This book just flowed for me. I started reading and honestly couldn't put it down, except to sleep. I loved following these two as they went through each step of their current relationship. I also loved watching Layla finally grow the backbone she needed to put her mother in her place. Dash was just Dash. Charming, sweet, and the perfect gentleman. He was trying to please everyone he loved while still trying for what he wanted. My heart broke for him when reality came crashing down on him and he had to make a stand. But I'm glad he made the right one. I truly enjoyed this story and am looking forward to the next, and sadly last, book in this series. Ember needs her HEA as well! *I voluntarily read an advanced copy of this book for my honest and unbiased review.*
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    Fun, Emotional, Sweet & Sexy Romance!

    Layla and Dash have been frenemies since they were young. Dash tried to impress Layla at a spelling bee but only ending up hurting her instead. That was their relationship their whole lives. When Dash became her teacher for a required course, Layla knew her last year of college was off to a rocky start. Layla could never do anything right according to her mother, so Layla fought hard to control all aspects of her life. She worked hard, and was determined to try and please everyone. Dash knew a thing about family pressure. His grandmother wanted Dash to follow in his father's political footsteps. But no matter how much he liked it, he hated being controlled. He and Layla had that in common, but Dash couldn't help pushing Layla's buttons. He loved seeing the fire in her eyes and the closely guarded control slip just a little. Their fiery competition and banter was their foreplay. But their explosive desires are forbidden and could destroy both their careers. I really enjoyed this fun, emotional, sweet & sexy romance. I especially loved the library scenes and all the fun scenes with their friends. I liked seeing Liam and Charlie again and can't wait for Ember and Tripp's story next!
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