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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Jenni Bishop

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I Still Hate You by Marie Skye was a quick, engaging read. When I saw Marie Skye had a story, I couldn’t wait to get my hands on it. I could feel the chemistry and the tension is palpable. This steamy tale keeps you interested from start to finish. Marie’s writing is delightful, and you will fall in love with the characters who made me laugh and cry and everything in between as I journeyed along with the them.

Perrie is looking for a roommate, what she never expected was the one who responded to her ad. Will they remain friends or will they become so much more?

 

Reviewed by @jennadb

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Happily Ever After: Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye-Review by Amanda Kimble

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

5/5 Stars

Happily Ever After: Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye

This isn’t the first read by Skye, but for the new year it’s a great way to start. Skye knows how to keeps her readers around.

Perdue is heading to Vegas for a party. Little does she know that she’ll run into an ex-fling. She needs a roommate and needs one fast. Doing podcasts is her life, but things don’t go as planned. The quote I chose for Perdue is: “My father died. I had no one, and I went to you, and you treated me like I was exactly that. Like I was no one. Like I didn’t mean shit to you. I didn’t ask for much, I just asked for a family. I don’t understand how you can sit here and say how bad your family is when you are literally exactly like them. You gave me up for a status. And yet I can’t wrap my head around the fact that you never once apologized. You didn’t care. You didn’t ever care about me.”

Ash was once upon a time a married man. His family didn’t like his fling and he left her for them. When he answered an ad he got the shock of a lifetime. He wants the girl and he will get her. The quote I chose for Ash is: “Sir, raisins in a potato salad is an absolute abomination and anyone that says otherwise should be tarred and feathered.”

Highly recommended for contemporary romance lovers.

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Bobbi Wagner

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

This is an anthology that has a set of 21 great authors. They are steamy, heartfelt romance stories that you will find a favorite or two. My favorite is Don’t Worry I Still Hate you. It is written by an author that I love and always gives me a page turner. This story pulled me in from the beginning and kept me engaged to the end. It brought heat to a new level. The characters are connectable and made the story feel real. They really made the story for me. This is a great story that I would highly recommend.

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Stephanie Chapman

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

I was given ARC of Happily Ever After, Don’t Worry I Still Hate You by Marie Skye in exchange for a review.

“What happens in Vegas stays in Vegas.” Perrie kept this moniker in her mind while attending a bachelorette party. A coworker convinced her to try out a hookup app. The first twist in Happily Ever After, Don’t Worry I Still Hate You is brought into play when Marie Skye has Perrie hooking up with Ash. The pair had a past relationship that fell apart because of secrets that Ash had failed to divulge. After Perrie’s one night stand, she posted an ad for a roommate. After screening through applicants, she was overjoyed to find Ashley. Perrie goes on a visit to her family. Two weeks later, she gets a major shock when she sees a naked Ash standing in her kitchen. She tries to keep him at a distance, but something has Ash actively pursuing her.

Appreciation of Skye’s ability to write the emotions of Ash and Pierre are definitely worth noting. Each chapter is labeled with the view that I was looking through. I have to side with Ash’s perception being logical and his actions being reasonable. Pierre was an emotionally reactive character with major abandonment issues. This story is worth a 5-star rating. The well-developed characters, believable interactions, and light comedy made this a quick read for me but also a book that I couldn’t help reading more than once. I caution against younger readers because of the explicit scenes and profanity. The backstory of the characters is tied in with how each character is feeling from the current situation they are facing.

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Meg Tyrrell

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This book has such amazing authors in it. Each story was great! I decided to give a try and I wasn’t let down. I love anything by Marie Skye and this too, did not disappoint. Not only was this a great story but it was hilarious. I read this in a work day- literally. I opened the book and read the entire day until I’d finished. The main female character is Perrie (Pear) and she’s funny. I love her. I honestly couldn’t get enough of these characters. The main male character is Ash and he was so loveable in an irritating way- haha. Absolutely read this book. The premise is Perrie needing to find confidence in herself… or so she thinks. It’s a great read.

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Michelle Austin

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Happily Ever After was a great 5 star read.
We get a mix of 21 romance stories from several great authors in this collection.
There is something for everyone, that is for sure.

My favorite was Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye.
Perrie and Ash pulled me right into their story. Perrie is in Vegas for a bachelorette party. When one of her friends sign her up for a hook-up app someone very familiar to her is on it and he’s in Vegas too, Ash. Later in the evening she decides to go for it, not realizing her mistake but getting a very happy ending. Moving forward she is looking for a roommate and she gets more than she bargained for. When she gets home she meets her new roommate and lets just say it was a hawt moment for her. Shocked in several ways which includes Ash standing in her home or I should say their home.

From here things get very interesting and I couldn’t put it down until I was done. These two had so many love and hate moments. We also get a glimpse into their past and things they have in common. These two didn’t know it but they were meant for each other. Loved it and would really like to see more from these two. Maybe even go back to when they first met.

I really enjoy reading the collections, it gives me an opportunity to read new authors and favorites. I look forward to reading more from these authors and would love to see more from several of the characters as well. If you’re looking for a great romance collection this is the one for you. 1-click and get started today.

Reviewed by @mab54615
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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Heather Lovelace

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Really enjoyed this anthology and particularly was found of Marie Skye’s contribution – Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You. It was a fun and quick read that for me was predictable in a very enjoyable quirky page turner. I immediately connected with the female lead and really couldn’t wait to see how everything would fall together. This story and collection are fun reads and one worth hanging onto, if you enjoy a good romance.

Reviewed by @heatherlovelace
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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Sunday Barnaby

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye
Five Stars

Happily Ever After Anthology includes books by 21 authors. This review is specifically for Marie Skye’s Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You.

Don’t Worry I Still Love You is a short contemporary romance by Marie Skye. This book is completely amazing. It had me laughing out loud one minute and bawling my eyes out the next. To me that is the true measure of a book. This is that book.

Perrie and Ash have have a tumultuous relationship, to say the least. They have known each other since university. On again off again, but no real communication between them, until they become roommates. That is as far as I go, you will need to read the books order to find out what happens…..It is definitely worth it. And that is just one book in this anthology, so what are you waiting for?
Review by @sunbarn

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Rochelle Ferguson

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My rating: 3 of 5 stars

I read Don’t worry I still hate you by Marie Sky. The concept instantly intrigued me and after the slow/ confusing beginning, I really enjoyed it. Ash and Perrie’s story was a very funny, short read that will take you on an emotional rollercoaster.

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Piper Foster

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

The premiese of the story already had me interested from the start. Happily ever after don’t worry I still Hate you is a fantastic story. Perrie and Ashley what a predomicamet to be in right. I really enjoyed this book as there was plenty of action and heated moments. Moments which were unexpected as well as some matches.

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