Sweet Little Nothing: An Enemies-to-Lovers/Bully Romance Paperback – March 15, 2021
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- ASIN : B08Z2RFXWQ
- Publisher : Independently published (March 15, 2021)
- Language : English
- Paperback : 458 pages
- ISBN-13 : 979-8721976315
- Item Weight : 1 pounds
- Dimensions : 5 x 1.04 x 8 inches
Best Sellers Rank:
#162,597 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
- #8,333 in New Adult & College Romance (Books)
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Sterling Abbott knows all about Emmalyn and created a plan to destroy her. To expose all her lies once and for all. But what happens if she’s telling the truth?
Falling into Sweet Little Nothing, Sterling and Emmy’s story had me devouring every page, my heart breaking for Emmy’s history but swooning just as hard when Sterling starts questioning where his loyalty lies. Grab the tissues and a fire extinguisher because, guaranteed, you’re going to need both.
Once Emmy accuses someone of the unthinkable she is immediately made into a liar. No one believes her. She decides to leave her town for a fresh start at a new college. Unfortunately, that college also holds someone from her past that wants to make her paid for her lies.
Sterling wants Emmy to admit she lied regarding his best friend. He does everything in his power to break her. There is always 2 sides to a story and Sterling is about to learn about both of those sides.
I had a love hate relationship with Sterling. I hated...then loved....then hated...then loved him. He's a smooth talker. Girls would fall at his feet with the things he says.
Emmy my heart broke for this girl. She suffered so much. She spent most of that suffering alone. I really wanted Sterling to get a reality check.
This book deserves way more then 5 stars. Everything flowed together perfectly. You will fall for each of these characters.
The character development wasn't there. So when the male character falls for the woman, I straight up got whiplash. Then kept getting it til the book was over. It was just too unrealistic and oversimplified. And he was in stark contrast to his own character, so it never felt right.
Anyway, not a bad book, just not something I'll remember in a week.
This was a frustrating yet enjoyable read. Loved the ending and I'm glad I no longer have the desire to kick a fictional character where it smarts the most. Now the real bad guy on the other hand, the fool needs to meet with. Wood chipper.
*this story does contain hard to acknowledge trials so be prepared*
The trigger warnings are abundant. Maybe it was too close to home for me but the re-victimization in this book was too much, despite the way things turned around.