Rating: 4.5 stars out of 5
Born on the wrong side of the tracks to the wrong family, Kyle Potter has spent his life clawing his way toward a better future. When he gets the perfect job at the perfect firm in perfect Los Angeles, Kyle is sure there are only blue skies ahead. And then he meets perfect Brent Haralson.
Born with a silver spoon to a well-established family, Brent Haralson has never been interested in leveraging his connections. Friends, success, and dates come easily to Brent and rejection isn’t something he has to deal with in life. And then he meets perfect Kyle Potter.
Kyle despises his unwelcome crush on his lazy, arrogant nemesis. Brent welcomes his feelings for his stubborn, brilliant friend. As it turns out, the line between a friend and an enemy doesn’t have to be a line at all.
This was a great story that shows that quick assumptions aren’t always the most correct. Kyle has had to work hard for what he has and has no respect for those who don’t contribute to society. Kyle and Brent have been friendly enemies for years, but when Brent gets the opportunity to help Kyle when he needs it he jumps at the opportunity.
Kyle is one stubborn man, no matter what his other friends say he has never changed his views on Brent. When he is down on his luck Brent takes him into his home and Kyle slowly sees that Brent may not be quite what he seems, but isn’t quite willing to back down from his original views completely.
I loved seeing both of these characters interact. Even though Kyle is constantly trading barbs with Brent there doesn’t seem to be too much fight behind them. Kyle is amazed when he does finally open his eyes to really see Brent. I loved Brent’s attitude towards Kyle, knowing that he uses is attitude as a defense mechanism he slowly begins to break down his walls until they crumble. Both of these characters are sweet deep down and really just want someone to love them.
Cover art is great and is a sweet picture of the characters together.
ebook, 70 pages
Published: 2nd edition, February 1, 2017
Edition Language: English