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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Angela Shirley

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Happily, ever after is a collection of stories written by different styles of authors and I love reading these types of collections because this is were, I find new authors and interesting characters. The books are easy to read and I can get through a couple in a coffee or lunch break. I defy anyone who does not either find a new author or a great story within this collection. I had a few favourites within the collection but my favourite was Don’t Worry, I still hate you by Marie Skye so I decided to review this book: –

Don’t Worry, I still hate you – Marie Skye
What happen in Vegas stays in Vegas they say, well I can tell you that is bull because who’s the last person you want to see to become your roommate. Yep, you guessed it the mistake from Vegas.
This is a fun, full of chemistry story which will have you routing for the main characters although at times its rocky and you’re not sure where they will end up. The story is a quick read and for the length well-constructed and you don’t feel cheated with this being a novella. I have read a few of Marie’s books and they always deliver and this one does not disappoint.

Reviewed by Angela Shirley

Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Lyndsey Fairley

Happily Ever AfterHappily Ever After by Piper Rayne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a review for Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye
Well, I really enjoyed this story and I wish we could’ve gotten more of these two, I would’ve read them all day!
Perrie and Ash have some history, and she’s never forgiven him for it. Needing a new roommate, she places an ad and never expects who it is that moves in.
From there it just got better. The chemistry between the two was coming off the pages, and I love those types of reads.
Would love to get to know them better as there was a lot to digest, which the author did a good job summarizing it all but more details were wanted in places for me.
Overall it was a great read, and that ending, ugh I loved it so so much!

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Felicia Bates

Happily Ever AfterHappily Ever After by Piper Rayne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Who doesn’t like a book that offers a collection of stories at once that you can pick up and choose what you’re in the mood for whenever you feel like it? The story that really caught my attention is Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye. Marie Skye is an author I’ve read in the past and enjoyed, so I had faith in the writing but I was really drawn by the synopsis. I will be honest with you, at the very beginning I was not sure I would enjoy the story. It didn’t start with the addictive qualities I am so used to reading. It did pick up fairly quickly, thankfully and the characters were enjoyable. I truly appreciate a storyline that holds characters with good banter, this had it. I would recommend this collection if nothing more than to read this 4 star story but with a collection to meet anyone’s reading needs, how can you go wrong?

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye -Review by Kerry Carr

Happily Ever AfterHappily Ever After by Piper Rayne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a great collection of romance stories with something for everyone.

One of my favourites is Don’t Worry I Still Hate You by Marie Skye.

It’s a great enemies to lovers story and the author does a great job of building the characters giving them both pasts which shape the way they are in the present.

Perrie  and Ash have a past dating back to high school. It’s always been rocky but they ended up on bad terms. A chance meeting in Vegas makes the sparks fly again. Perrie  thinks where’s the harm in 1 night. After all what happens in Vegas stays in Vegas right? How wrong she was.

When she takes on a new roommate called Ashley she is shocked to realise its actually her Ash. Now begins a rollercoaster of emotions and sexual  attraction. Can they ignore it and live together? Can they work through their pasts to build a future? Or will the hate each other forever?

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Liz Vrchota

Happily Ever AfterHappily Ever After by Piper Rayne
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Who doesn’t love a happily ever after, feel good read? This is a collection of a ton of just that with a bit of everything available for the romance junkie. I couldn’t have been more excited to have this collection available to get me in the mood for the season of love and Valentine’s day. I made sure to scoop this deal up when it was just a mere 99 cents and I could not be happier. I have been able to devour stories by several of my favorite romance writers and some by new ones I will now get to enjoy finding more of their work to devour. One of my favs however and what caused me to scoop this up fast was Marie Skye’s addition of, Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You. With a title like that and knowing how she can weave an unforgettable romance this was an easily enjoyed read with plenty to keep you on your toes and you cheered for Perrie and Ash to find their happily ever after. I can’t say enough good things about this collection. I will list all the authors and their contributions at the end of this review, each worth every moment you spend reading!

*My Twist of Fortune by Piper Rayne
*The Peculiar Sensitives of Princess Peabody by Erin Lee
*Forever Mine by Joanne Dannon and Faith Summers
*Roll with It by Mandy Melanson
*The Bartender and the Businessman by Riley James & Ann C. Orlandi
*Dive by Selene Drake
*Axle: A Devil’s Nightmare MC Novella by Lena Bourne
*Keep It Together: A Second Chance Romance (A Saints and Sinners Novel) by Sophia Henry
*Shatter Me (A Broken Romance Book One) by Mallory Fox
*The Rescue by McKenna James
*The Beast’s Captive Bride by Evie Wilde
*Rescuing Royce by Debra Ellis
*His Curvy Outcast (Book Boyfriends Wanted Book 6) by Mary E. Thompson
*Always You by Heather Wynter
*Falling for my Fling by Dakota Davis
*Breakfast & Bedlam by Kathryn C. Kelly
*Fallen Sno by Olivia Marie
*Mr. Hotshot (The Bully Who Loved Me Book #1) by D.R. Love
*Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye
*Once Upon That Time He Was Stuck in the Friend Zone by Maria Ann Green
*A Million Christmas Gamble by Aria Rae Blossom

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Karyn Taylor

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You is a quirky romance by Marie Skye. This was my first time reading an of this author’s work so I was unsure what to expect from this book.
I will admit that it took me a bit to get into this book. I was quite confused at the beginning and not exactly sure what was going on. I wondered if there had been a previous book that I should have read first. Once I got into the story and got a grip of what was happening I did enjoy the book.
I usually fall head over heels for the main characters in a book but I really didn’t take to Ash or Perrie at the beginning, probably due to the fact that I was unsure what was going on. Once I got to grips with the storyline, I began to like these characters more and more.
Overall, I did enjoy the book and would still recommend it to others. If you find it a bit hard going in the beginning then persevere with it because it is worth it in the end.

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Heidi Schoolman

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a romance boxed set by an outstanding array of authors. My favorite one was Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye. This particular story follows Perrie and Ash. They knew each other years ago and end up meeting up in Las Vegas. Perrie is looking for a roommate and she never thought for one second it would be Ash responding. As Perrie and Ash maneuver through their relationship as friends and then beyond, there are moments you will be really mad and other times you will laugh so hard.

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Angelina Frazzini

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My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye is part of the Happily Ever After Contemporary Romance box set.

The beginning of this particular story in the box set definitely grabbed my attention. I laughed almost immediately so I had to see where the story was going. Perrie and Ash had a fling many years ago and now coincidentally or maybe not so, they run into each other in Las Vegas and Ash ends up responding to Perrie’s roommate ad. Perrie can’t really be picky at this point so she sucks it up and does the best she can to navigate being roommates with Ash. She hates him but figures she can make this work. Eventually their relationship transforms. The book is so well written you can’t wait to see how things will play out with Perrie and Ash.

This book was such a good read. I enjoyed the dynamics between Perrie and Ash and watching them grow and change throughout the story.

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Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Rachel Moss

Happily Ever AfterHappily Ever After by Piper Rayne
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye is the only book I got to read out of the Happily Ever After anthology, by various authors. It was a really good read! And it was hilarious too. I was rolling from laughing so much. The main character Perrie felt so relatable, it was like hearing a tale from your best friend. The only downside to this novel I had however, was that it felt like a continuation of another story. It was hard for me to get completely lost in this, because I felt like I was missing something. It started up like it was a sequel. Again, I’m not sure if it was or not, but of it wasn’t the author could have been more clear on past events to make what is happening easier for the reader to understand. Overall though I really enjoyed this novel! And I can’t wait to read more from the author in the future.

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Don’t Worry , I Still Hate You by Marie Skye – Review by Heather Bass

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My rating: 5 of 5 stars

This is a great collection of amazing contemporary romance stories. You will get it all friends to lovers, second chance romance , and my favorite enemies to lovers. This is why the story Don’t Worry, I Still Hate You by Marie Skye stood out to me. I have read a couple of books from this author but she always exceeds my expectations in her story telling.

Perrie and Ash knew each other for a long time and they had a hard past. She goes on a girl trip and she accidentally runs into Ash. Perrie still can’t get over him but she can’t stand what he did to her years ago. She puts out an add for a new roommate and she is in complete shock that Ash is now her new roommate. They both have feelings for one another but can they put the past behind them?
Review by @heatherbass

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