Book Review, Romance

Book Review: Hate Notes by Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward

4 of 5 stars

Vi Keeland and Penelope Ward team up to bring us an enjoyable story of two people finding their soul mate.  The story moved along and didn’t drag you down with tedious transition details. The main characters have easy to like personalities that come through in the writing. I read this one in two days.

**Potential Spoilers**

Here is the set up. Charlotte recently went through a breakup and had to also leave her job. She brings her wedding dress to a second-hand store and leaves with another dress she couldn’t walk away from. Inside the dress is a blue note from a man to his bride to be. Charlotte embarks on a journey to find this man. And so the story unfolds. Reed is successful in the field of real estate. He recently went through his own break up and is adamant he will not enter into another relationship (you’ll have to read to find out why). After meeting Charlotte, this all changes.

You’ll enjoy this one!

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