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    Creed Jameson's 'baby girl' has her own story!

    Okay, first of all, I have to mention this ... Creed Jameson's 'baby girl' has her own story! I definitely was over the moon to have a chance to read 'Hated You Then' and find out how M. Robinson was going to write Harley Jameson's story. As a big fan of the Road to Nowhere books (and totally in love with Creed Jameson) I knew Harley's story was going to have all of the angst, heartbreak, and tears that made her parent's story so great. But once I dove into this story, I realized this story was so much more than I could have ever imagined. I loved everything about Harley Jameson. She is a tough little girl, but with a tough MC dad like Creed in your life what do you expect. She has been raised in the MC world and knows how to fight her own battles, especially with her childhood enemy, Jackson Pierce. These two have a hate for each other that seems to never end. Jackson is always trying to provoke her, daring her to higher and higher challenges that always leads them both into big trouble with their families. But there are moments where you can see that these two are more frenemies than enemies. Now Jackson is a very confusing character. There were times when I thought he was just a plain bully, picking on a little girl in the hopes of seeing her cry. But it didn't take long before I just wanted to cry for him and everything he has went through. His family life is in freefall and it is messing with his thoughts. I think in some ways, his battles with Harley help him escape the realities of his life. This story spans about ten years and is filled with the ups and downs of these two frenemies. The cliffhanger for Hated You Then will make you scream in frustration! Gawd, all of the angst and suspense just to get to that ending. I need more of this story and I need it soon. Added extra: To understand Harley and Jackson's parents backstories, I suggest reading the Road to Nowhere books and/or The Pierced Hearts Duet. It is not necessarily needed to read Hated You Then, but it definitely adds dimensions to Harley and Jackson's story and will help you understand the actions of a few of the secondary characters.
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    Ohhh the teenage angst!

    M. Robinson's writing was perfection. Her character development was so in-depth. I loved Harley. The chick was seriously hard core. She was strong and knew her self-worth and totally believed in herself. I love me a good, strong heroine especially when she's so young. Jackson is the quarterback (eventually anyway), the man with a serious attitude. I'm not saying it isn't understandable but man did he love to mess with Harley. These two were just gasoline and fire! Robinson does it again! Hate Me Then was a book that I was seriously unable to put down. Having a book told from the POV of kids through young adults made my heart ache in all kinds of ways. Let me just tell you all, this FELT like a young adult story. Back when the feelings are some serious roller coasters and you hate him... you hate her... the constant one-up-man-ship. It wore me out just reading it. Harley's and Jackson gave my heart a ride... and that cliffy... oh my lanta, that cliffhanger!! This is gonna be a long wait!!! I received an ARC of this book with the hope that I would leave an Unbiased Opinion. I was not required to leave a review, positive or otherwise, and my opinions are just that... my opinions.
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    Angst-filled, prank overload, love-hate drama

    Angst-filled, prank overload, fabulous love-hate drama. Harley and Jackson took me on an intense journey. These two have been at each other from birth essentially. The need to be better than the other is all-consuming to them. Harley isn’t afraid to take Jackson down a peg and boy, has she mastered kicking a boy where it hurts. Jackson loves to dare Harley to do anything which has led to many mishaps along the way. But underneath all of this chaos, we get to experience all the drama happening in Jackson’s life as his family implodes. For all his bravado, he has been dealing with intense loss. The one person that seems to get him during this time is Harley. Is there a chance that these two really love each other under all the hatred? I went through every emotion with these two amazing characters. Jackson’s pain is off-the-charts but it was so wonderful to finally get inside his head to understand all the lashing out he does. Harley is a tough chick, she is Creed’s daughter, and she embraces this attitude. Yes, this ends on a cliff hanger and I’m anxiously awaiting part 2 to see how their crazy story ends.
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