Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Review: Hate Fuck: Part Two ( Hate Fuck #2 ) by Ainsley Booth

Hate Fuck by Ainsley Booth

It’s all fun and games until someone gets hurt. Then it’s business as usual. 

I screwed up, but I can fix this. 

This can’t be fixed. 




There are even more things going on in Part Two. I know the blurb didn't say much and it just feel angsty with that three sentences, but honestly I felt it didn't represent the book itself. There are only some minor angst, but mostly I thought they were such a cute adoring couple in here. Thrown in side-plot of secrets, suspense and political agenda, I was in for a hell of a ride. With just 100 pages, it left me satisfied on every level. 

I don't even know why the book is title 'Hate Fuck' because I don't think there is any hate fucking at all. I read Part Two right after Part One, and I did find that Cole's personality had a drastic shift. He was all hardass and asshole in Part One. Now he seems to turn a new left and turn into the kind of guy who buy ice cream for his girl when she is cranky. Lovely much? I'm not complaining, but it definitely takes a minute for me to get use to the new Cole.

I can't wait for the last part of Cole's story. I don't think it will be a finale for the series because I can see that Jason, Tag and Wilson all got their own story to tell. 

Rating 4/5