Peace isn’t just his name. It’s his calling. The last thing he needs is a tempting woman with troublemaker written all over her strolling into his small town.
I have no idea what I did to Peace but the man hates me with every breath of his being. Too bad my body lights up like a freaking Christmas tree whenever he struts by wearing his police uniform that hugs his thighs and molds to his ass.
Good thing I have no time for romance since a troublemaker should never get involved with a cop. Even if she is a reformed troublemaker.
Instead, I’m focusing all my energy on convincing my family to forgive me for my past transgressions, because I am not that person anymore.
But Peace isn’t leaving me alone. Of freaking course not. He’s literally blocking me from acquiring the yoga studio in Winter Falls.
I got this. I can convince him I’m not about to bring trouble to this adorably quirky small town.
But somehow instead of proving what a great asset I’ll be to Winter Falls I end up kissing the man. I blame those symmetrical dimples. Or maybe it’s his lush hair. Or his dark chocolate eyes.
Doth the man protest too much? Does Peace not hate me as much as he professes?
Maybe with the help of my sisters and the eccentric townspeople who play matchmaker like it’s their sole purpose in life, Peace and I can not only figure out how to put our differences aside but join forces as a couple.
Can a reformed troublemaker and a police officer have any chance at a happily ever after?
This enemies to lovers small town romantic comedy features a reformed troublemaker who’s way too busy trying to rebuild her life to have time for a man, a police officer who can’t help but take one look at the troublemaker and want despite knowing she’s no good for him, three sisters who don’t understand the word ‘pushy’, and a whole town of hippies convinced they’re the best matchmakers this side of the Mississippi.
Meet Hate is a standalone novel in the Winter Falls ~ Dempsey Sisters series.
Meet Disaster – Gabrielle and Phoenix’s story
Meet Not – Elizabeth and River’s story
Meet Dare – Cassandra and Cedar’s story
Meet Hate – Olivia and Peace’s story
“Absolutely brilliant!!! Brilliant, funny storyline, fantastic characters and absolutely loved the HEA.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“This book was adorable! The perfect mix of plot, spice and character development. I LOVED it. Definitely recommend.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“I am hooked on this series and this town. I want to live there. Peace and Olivia were the best. I enjoyed this town and couple. I want to go back to this town over and over again.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“A really sweet meet cute novel. Olivia and Peace are wonderful characters. I really enjoyed reading about them.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“This is a great twist on the opposites attract trope. This author makes me laugh from start to finish while keeping my fingers crossed that love will actually save the day!” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“The book was perfect from the “meet-cute” at the beginning … sparks fly – so that I did not put the book down. The dialogue is perfect, banter witty, and of course the gossip gals and zany townsfolk rule. I can’t wait for more Winter Falls books.” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“Another fun and engaging read” ⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐
“You hate me,” Olivia whispers.
“I don’t hate you.”
“You do. I’ve never done anything to you and yet you hate me for who I am.”
I flinch at her words. She makes me sound prejudiced. I’m not prejudiced. I didn’t judge Olivia before I met her. I’m judging her based on what I know. She’s a troublemaker.
“I don’t hate you, but we are going in circles here. I don’t think we can come to a resolution.”
She jumps to her feet. “Come to a resolution? You haven’t even tried to resolve anything. You waltzed in here with your preconceived notions of me and made zero effort to discuss the situation. You haven’t asked me one word about my—”
I stand. “I’m not—”
She wags her finger at me. “Yes, you are. You’re not listening to me. You’re merely—”
I do the one thing guaranteed to get her to stop yelling. I slam my lips down on hers. As soon as her wild taste hits me, I moan. This is a mistake.
My phone buzzes in my pocket and I yank my mouth from Olivia’s. What have I done?