I Hate To Stand Alone by Casey Winter

Published May 28th 2020

The small town I ran away from. The Navy SEAL I’m supposed to hate. If I can get through this summer without falling for the off-limits alpha, I’ll consider myself lucky.

Steamy, intense chemistry … is just one of the things I shouldn’t be feeling for Luke Nelson, soldier turned security agency operative. His brother and I were high school sweethearts, but he broke my heart. Plus, our families hate each other, à la the Hatfields and the McCoys.

I return to Little Fall, Maine, to care for my sick mom. He returns to fulfil his brother’s last wish of reopening their mother’s roller rink. I spent half my childhood at Family Roller … but never with him.

He was the older bad boy. I was the girl next door. Love was never an option. But now we can’t stop making eyes at each other.

As I reunite with old family and friends, I learn that Little Fall has just as many secrets as my heart. And even if I’m supposed to say no, my intrigue for dreamy, handsome, rugged Luke Nelson is off the charts.

It turns out I might have a second chance after all … even if it’s with my ex-boyfriend’s big brother.

Review:

Luke and Hannah are not meant to be together – they are not even supposed to like each other. When both return home they are pushed together and forced to deal with their pasts, presents and their future.

This was a very interesting story. I went in expecting something very easy and fluffy but instead I was given complex character backstories and complicated relationships. It was VERY sexual and definitely intended for older audience. I do have one MAJOR beef with this book and it is the cover. It is SO wrong for this book! The characters are not even close to being represented and it makes me feel CRAZY!

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