About the Book
If there’s one thing I’m sure of, it’s that I’ll do anything to prevent some suit from walking onto my family farm and buying it from us.
Hayes may think he can show up at our home, fling a contract in my face, and I’ll drop to my knees and thank him for saving the day, but he’s got it all wrong.
Even if it means Hayes has to spend more time on the farm, sleeping in the bedroom next to me, and almost getting a limb cut off.
When I learn that Hayes needs his job to care for his nephew, I see a different side to the grumpy businessman and understand his motives. He may be the enemy, but soon I can’t deny the chemistry that sizzles between us.
But his boss gives him an ultimatum to finalize the sale or get fired, and I make the greatest sacrifice of my life and sign the contract so he can raise his nephew right. Even if it means losing the man I love.
Meet Hate is an enemies-to-lovers rom-com with crackling chemistry full of laughs and heart set on a dairy farm. All the tension without the explicit bits. It’s the third book in the Meet Cute Series, but it can be read as a standalone.
In My Opinion
If you like farm puns, witty banter, and enemies-to-lovers swoony romance, you have to check out Meet Hate by Abi Sabina. This story had me laughing out loud in several places.
Ellie might be stuck in her head (or more accurately her heart) often, but it’s in a good place and I could empathize with her not wanting to lose her home. When Hayes Meyers (who Abi refers to as Mike Myers, the mask-wearing Halloween personality, not the actor) descends on the farm, Ellie wants nothing to do with him. And Hayes is a definite fish out of water outside of the city.
As Ellie learns more about Hayes, she realizes there’s more to him than the man come to steal her family home and dairy farm away and sparks are definitely evident from the get-go of their meeting. Add in some good friends, a cute little boy, and some goat and cow hijinks, and Sabina has written a sweet romcom not to be missed.
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Cindy Davis says
Great review 🙂 I added this one to my TBR!