I received this book for free for a Blog Tour in exchange for an honest review. This does not affect my opinion of the book or the content of my review.Stuck With Him by Danielle Owen-Jones
Also by this author: Stone Broke Heiress
Published by Bookouture on 12th July 2022
Genres: Chicklit, Contemporary, Humour, Love & Romance
Source: for a Blog Tour
Lucy Clark has just bought a house with her worst enemy.
From the moment Lucy – Miss ‘my self-worth comes from setting myself impossible standards of perfection’ – meets Zack – Mr ‘I’m your infuriatingly laidback yet impossibly ripped new yoga teacher’ – it’s hate at first sight.
So when Zack puts in a competing offer to buy her childhood home, there’s no way she’s backing down. After losing her business and her best friend in one great margarita-themed disaster, there’s no way she’s losing her beloved house. Except there’s one tiny problem – she can’t actually afford it.
When Zack suggests they buy the house together, inspiration strikes. Lucy will wear him down, with a never-ending supply of lists and rules, until he’s begging for escape. That’s until Zack arrives, with his non-existent sleepwear and a ridiculously sincere appreciation for the simple things. Suddenly, Lucy finds herself re-evaluating her own warped priorities.
Will living with the enemy end up with Lucy losing her sanity? Or is it true what they say – that there’s a thin line between love and hate?
An absolutely page-turning, laugh-out-loud rom com, perfect for fans of The Hating Game and The Spanish Love Deception.
Thank you to Bookouture for my copy of this book via NetGalley and for letting me take part in this tour. I read Danielle’s first book in March. I liked Danielle’s style so I was excited to read this book.
Lucy was a bit annoying to start with but she did make me laugh quite a bit. As she became more relaxed and less of a workaholic she became much more likeable. Zack could be infuriating as he is the complete opposite of Lucy. He is too laid back. He is regularly late and is one of those people that you want to kick up the backside a bit
I loved Danielle’s writing style. The book is easy to follow. It’s very easy to become immersed in the book and the characters. There are some good laugh-out-loud moments throughout the book.
This book is about more than falling in love, it’s about what is really important in life. The little things, spending time with the people you love and enjoying the moment.
Perfect if you need a good laugh.
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