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They have nothing in common, so naturally they get it together. That night is a full moon and fate decides to lend a hand. Their relationship is on the rocks. And I want you to know the real me.
The theme of the story is great. Loved the premise of the story. It takes them a lot of time to leave their rivalry aside and accept that their one night stand was mind-blowing and now that they know each other well, the chemistry is not stopping. Each learns to appreciate the other as only together can they make this enforced predicament work out.
Hannah, I really loved her at the start but she got on my nerves many times towards the end. It was a circus, and Brooks and I had become the main attraction.
Tash Claudia Karvan is a science journalist for a national newspaper, studious, intense and self-conscious. They wake to find that each is in the other's body. Tash has to try to keep Brett's high-profile career on track. Oh yeah, I sure did and I read it pretty fast.
Absolutely but I wanted more. Hannah belives in true loves and soulmates, Brooks does not. Brett is so bored by Tash's job, he ends up trying to make science sexy. Loved the tension and chemistry between the couple. That night during a Valentine's boat trip on Sydney Harbour, an argument ensues and Brett decides he has had enough.
And their chemistry, when it actually begins, it's amazing. He is brash and self-confident.
Dating the Enemy by Nicole Williams
Loved the romantisism around the theme.
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