“THE TROUBLE WITH HATING YOU was an entertaining book to read but I wasn’t 100% sold on it.”
~ Under the Covers

I love reading romances that center around Indian culture, which is why I was so excited to read this debut novel.  I’ll admit though, I didn’t jump on it right away and I started seeing some mixed reviews for it.  But I started reading it with an open mind and as a disclaimer, also not the biggest knowledge of true Indian culture.  That being said, I can’t necessarily give you an opinion on that representation.

THE TROUBLE WITH HATING YOU was an entertaining book to read but I wasn’t 100% sold on it.  I think one of the things that I had the hardest time with was liking the heroine.  She’s pretty tough and unlikeable most of the book.  And I had the most trouble with when it came to her interactions with the hero and how she treated him.  Also in her behavior in society and a little also on her high opinion of herself. Granted, we know there’s something that has shaped her personality to be the way she is.  When it’s revealed, yes I felt terrible for her.  But I hate that this is dragged on for so long in the book. For me, her redemption came a little too late as I already didn’t care enough about her.

All that being said, there are many things about this story that made it entertaining, like I said before. I still consider it a pretty good debut novel and I’ll probably try another book by this author.

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