While not really an enemies to lovers story — they start out as potential lovers and move to stressed, denying all attraction or trying to , the progression of both characters and relationship is a joy to behold.
Her struggles as a modern woman, having to work twice as hard as a man for the same job, endure being called "girl" and "kiddo," and exhaust herself over remaining assertive yet still approachable, elevate the book from a romantic comedy to a deeper tale about trying to have it all in a world that can be unforgiving to what's often seen as the fairer sex.
You might just discover so many lovable traits that you never took time to notice before.
But these two will learn that sabotage is a dish best served naked.
Evie Abbey and Carter Aaron have the ultimate meet-cute when they both show up solo to a couples' Halloween party thrown by mutual friends.