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  • a complete feel good one

    You know, there are some stories where everyone and everything is so nice. Sweet. Cute. Sunshine and rainbows. The Player Hater is exactly that kind of story. Some uncomplicated feel good time. Juliet is witty and smart and upto a level, sassy. Davis is the good guy. The kind of good you cannot believe and like Juliet, you keep on expecting the other shoe to drop. But there is nothing bad about this ex jock aka finance man aka dutiful family man aka animal shelter volunteer aka doting uncle. He is kind and charming and funny. The only indecent thing about him is his body. The camping was full of laugh out loud moments and my face is hurting from smiling a lot. It was a big slow burn with heartwarming chemistry. It was a complete feel good one from Sara Ney. I reviewed an early copy voluntarily

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  • An engaging, uplifting, fun read!

    4.5 stars The Player Hater is an entertaining, easy to read story that I finished with a big smile on my face! When Juliet’s best friend Mia asks her to come to a getaway her boyfriend is paying for, she reluctantly agrees! Hilarious antics, witty banter and the way Juliet and Davis get to know each other is highly comedic. This book is a veritable slow burn, a getting to know you story which I found incredibly adorable. Juliet may seem shy at first but once she gets to know you, well, its on….lol. And Davis is quite the endearing gentleman especially with how he comes across. These two have a somewhat enjoyable getaway with their best friends and I honestly loved every moment. This is such an engaging, uplifting, fun read and I cant wait for the next book from the author.

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  • So good!

    The Player Hater was such a cute and fun read. I really liked the H in this story. It was nice to have a not so macho alpha but a sweet,fun, and sensitive man. The h was a little annoying at first but she comes around and you’ll really like her. I have to say the side characters (the campers) are funny additions. I loved the banter between Davis and Juliet. It made the storyline so good. I really enjoyed this and recommend it!

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  • Loved!

    This was fun! Nothing like having preconceived ideas about someone to then being proven wrong. Davis was swoony and even though Juliet kept thinking he was too good, the chemistry was impossible to deny. Loved this!

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  • Good story

    4 Star Review The Player Hater (Accidentally in Love #1) by Sara Ney I’ve only read a few books by Sara Ney but what I have read was well written and entertaining. Juliet cannot believe she has been convinced by her best friend Mia to tag along on her getaway with her boyfriend Thad (in order to get to know him better) and she has no idea how that decision is going to change her life. Mia’s boyfriend has also brought along his friend Davis and it looks like both Juliet and Davis have been set up. I fell hard and fast for Davis, what a kind and caring man he was. However, I had a bit of a hard time relating to Juliet initially, but she grew on me as the story progressed. The banter was witty and this slow burn story ticked a number of boxes for me. Their journey was fun as Davis proved that he wasn’t the player that Juliet believed him to be.This is a feel good, sweet story that left me with a smile on my face.

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