So I am sure all of you your like to read Y/A books have all read the classics or at least heard of Fault in our stars, to all the boys I loved before, love Simon, we were liars etc I not saying those are bad books they are amazing but there are so many other great reads that just aren’t talked about that much. So actually my favourite book genre is actually Y/A romance but Today I decided to share my favourite enemies to lover to be specific, as I love to read if you want to find what books I am reading at the moment or what I have read I have my goodreads account linked below. I know it’s hard to pick just 10 but I figured I’d talk about some of my faves.
I hope you’ll enjoy reading my top ten favourite enemies to lover books . I’m also super excited to hear your books recommendations, since I’m always looking for new books to read. What is your favorite book at the moment?
The relationships in these books always start off with a bit of hate stewing between the main characters.
This initial hate often leads to great banter between characters as the sparks inevitably fly and as those feelings begin to turn from hate to love.
The saying is that there is a thin line between love and hate, and that couldn’t be more true when it comes to romance books in this popular trope.
I’m partial to the romance novels where there is true animosity between the main characters due to a misunderstanding or an incident that occurred when they first met, setting their relationship off on the wrong foot.
It’s also fun to read enemies to lovers books that are based more on a healthy dose of competition rather an all out hate stirring up the relationship.
If you love enemies to lovers books, you may also be a fan of friends to lovers books. I know I am!
There will be some SPOILERS !’!!!!!!!!!!
10. Meet Me There
I loved this story with Ashlyn and Luke. So sweet. They are rival pranksters but when Luke’s mom dies everything changes for him. No one knows that it happened and the only thing keeping him with a smile is the pranks between him and Ashlyn. Until one day he breaks down in a dark room and she walks in. She doesn’t know it’s him because the lights are out in the room. And in the moment Luke Gave himself an accent so she wouldn’t recognize him. Talking to someone about what he was going through it felt so good. Soon it got out of control as he was falling for her and she was falling for him. So he had to stop the charade. Could she still like him if she found out the truth or think he was lying the whole time for a prank? Great story
9. All The Things We Were
The third book in the River Valley series is focused around Michelle, the not so nice girl from previous books. I hated Michelle in the last book, like seriously thought she was a cold hearted bitch.
However appearances aren’t everything, this story allowed us to peek inside her not so perfect world. This was the ultimate redemption story. While Michelle is seemingly perfect, we quickly learn that’s not case, she is very insecure and has her own family dramas going on. Then her father cuts her off, and forces her to get a job. Michelle obviously thinks this is the end of the world, but enter Rainier. This is where things get interesting. These two could not be anymore different but somehow they find each other drawn to each other. Can two people so vastly different fall in love?
8. Meet Me at Midnight
Sidney and Asher should have clicked. Two star swimmers forced to spend their summers on a lake together sounds like the perfect match. But it’s the same every year–in between cookouts and boat rides and family-imposed bonfires, Sidney and Asher spend the dog days of summer finding the ultimate ways to prank each other. And now, after their senior year, they’re determined to make it the most epic summer yet.
Their truce should make things simpler, but six years of tormenting one another isn’t so easy to ignore. Kind of like the undeniable attraction growing between them.
7. Making Friends With Alice Dyson
This one is like a very very Soft™ “enemies”…more like Alice is this Straight As perfect student and Teddy just ANNOYS HER by breathing wrong. And they do a spontaneous dance off in the street which goes a bit viral and she’s scared it’s ruining her image of being sensible. While Teddy is over here being a huge loveable dork.
This one is cute. Not hardcore like some on this list, but we are here for diverse types of this trope HURRAY.
6. I Hate You More
Ally and Chase have always had a disliking for each other, but this is only amplified when Chase moves into the Lockwood household. Ally’s friends help her come up with a plan to get Chase kicked out of her house. The plan is interesting to read and watch it and the drama unravel. Both characters are very likeable as well as the friendships depicted in the book.
Things are slow to progress and I wish the pace of the book had been faster. When you get to the end of the book, it only feels like the beginning. Maybe Alexandra Moody is planning to write a sequel to follow Ally and Chase.
5. Falling For My Nemesis
Mia is a sweet strawberry blond girl in her senior year of highschool whose family life is falling apart. She is waiting on an advanced admission letter to Duke just hoping to get out of town and move forward before the chaos gets worse. She keeps all this hurt hidden from everyone, painting a happy face on and being the sweet, smart, kind girl she is to everyone at school. She doesn’t join any one group but gets along with them all and spends her time talking and enjoying everyone… everyone but Carson. He is the bane of her existence, her nemesis, she still can’t quite forgive him for almost drowning her on the day they met when she moved to Sweet Water as a young girl. But that is also where she met Ethan, her best friend, even if he is a year younger and Carson’s brother. Their family is her home away from home the haven from the chaos and fights of her parents.
The boiling point comes when Carson accidentally or intentionally… hits her in the face with a basketball during gym while she is distracted thinking about all the difficulties at home and discussing the Snowflake ball with her friend. This is the breaking point and she snaps, running at him and grabbing him around the neck in an unsuccessful attempt to strangle Carson. Of course this winds them both in the principal’s office and the story begins…
Rather than suspend them which would ruin her chances at getting into Duke and Carson’s at his swimming scholarships, the principal offers them an alternative, run the charity event for Christmas, the Angel tree and christmas boxes for families in their areas.
As they work together, grudgingly, Mia finds out more about Carson, who isn’t quite how she thought he was and she discovers that maybe he isn’t her Nemesis after all..
4. Perfect On Paper
Darcy Phillips can give you the solution to any of your relationship woes―for a fee but might not have the best judgement when it comes to her best friend, Brooke, who is in love with someone else. She also cannot stand Alexander Brougham, but when he catches her removing the letters for her questionably legal, anonymous relationship advice service, he offers her a deal. He’ll keep her secret if she becomes his life coach to get back his ex-girlfriend. She agrees as if word gets out that she’s behind the service, Brooke might never speak with her again.
A serious car accident left her scarred physically and emotionally. Her “friends” left her abandoned and alone at a time when she needed them most. For seventeen-year-old Sloane Munster, the life she had known was gone, only the memories and her hopes and dreams remain, crushed and shattered. When she begins her senior year at a new school, she already knows what to expect and she was not disappointed. The bullies came out in droves, the gawkers would stare at her face with expressions from revulsion to pity as they saw the long, jagged scar. But the worst reaction came from a boy she had known at her other school, a boy she had crushed on from afar. His rage was almost touchable, the venom he in his voice was brutal and cold, and Sloane wouldn’t find out why for a long, painful time.
2. Can’t Beat Chemistry
There are only two things MJ wants in her final year of high school:
1) Glowing grades and …
2) to convince uber-smart, chiselled-jaw Jason they’d be a winning team outside the science lab as well as in.
Tutoring deadbeat drummer, Luke, isn’t part of the plan. After all, he has average intelligence, takes disorganised notes and looks like a partied-out zombie at their study sessions! Not even his taut biceps will win MJ over.But MJ learns that she could be tutored in a few life lessons too: That sometimes there’s good reason to skip chemistry tutorials. That intelligence is so much more than a grade average.And that sometimes you can’t beat the chemistry.
1. Letters To The Lost
ALL TIME FAVOURITE BOOK ALERTI swear I can’t love on this book enough. Plus it has a fantastic twist on the trope where Declan and Juliet are enemies in-real-life…but really close as anonymous penpals. And they’re only enemies IRL because of expectations. He’s known as the gruff, problematic loser who causes trouble and is doing community service. She’s the prissy “good girl” who is really standoffish. But what isn’t on the surface: both are suffering extreme loss and dealing with grief and depression. I sob over this book. Every time.
And that’s my top 10 favourite enemies to lover book . Did you agree with any of my choices? Did you disagree with any of them? Don’t be afraid to post a comment about either. You can also post comments for any other lists you want me to make. What are your favourite enemy to lover book ? What’s your favourite book genre?
Those were only top 10 enemy p to lover book I just shared, but there are many many more book that I love (:
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