Saturday 29 February 2020

Falling For My Nemesis #Review

Falling For My Nemesis: A Sweet YA Romance

(Sweet Water High #6)

Spending time with my nemesis never felt so good.

Carson Brooks has been my enemy since the day he moved to Sweet Water and tried to drown me in a rogue wave.

Not only are we enemies, but we're not quiet about it either. We're polar opposites. Where I'm a perfectionist and methodical in all things, he is carefree and the life of the party.

While Carson tries to trip me in the halls on a regular basis, I'm busy glaring holes through his disgustingly thick skull.
Oh, and did I mention I'm best friends with his little brother? Talk about inconvenient.

But it's our senior year and my life is unraveling. My parents are at each other's throats, I have yet to hear back about early admissions at the college of my choice, and I have no date to the Snowflake Ball. So, when Carson whacks me in the face with a basketball during gym class, I snap. I go for his throat--literally.

Now Sweet Water's principal is giving us a choice: face suspension or find a way to work together on the holiday Angel Project.

Great. As if living in a warzone weren't enough, now I have to spend time with the enemy.

But as tensions rise and we begin spending time together, I realize there's more to Carson Brooks than his cocky exterior. Maybe I like him more than I thought. Maybe a little too much. 

1 town. 1 high school. 12 sweet romances.
Read Falling For My Nemesis from Tia Souders. It is the sixth installment of the Sweet Water High Multi-Author Series. Each book is a stand-alone but follows the school year chronologically.


Falling for my nemesis was what I needed. I've been reading outside the YA genre of late and this book reminded me why it's my favourite.

Mia is best friends with Ethan. He's a little younger than her but their friendship works perfectly. Except for one detail. His older brother, Carson.

Carson and Mia have been enemies since he moved to Sweet water. When an incident at school throws the pair together, the reasons Mia hates him so much don't seem as obvious. He's actually being pretty decent. After a few confessions at a party, Mia is questioning everything she thought was true.

I really enjoyed this audiobook. The narrator was great. Mia's back story adds an extra level to the tale and Ethan was a great best friend.

I won this in a competition with no obligation to review. It's also available on KU.

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