Love Hurts Duet by M. Robinson
From Wall Street Journal and USA Today Bestselling Author M. Robinson, a coming of age, enemies to lovers, contemporary romance duet filled with angst and all the feels. HATED YOU THEN I couldn’t remember a time before her... Harley Jameson. Before she owned me. Hated Me. Needed me. Before I hated her… Things were simple. We had an understanding. Bully. Fight. Hate. It’s what we did. Mind. Body. Soul. It’s how we loved. I thought nothing would ever change that, until everything did. She was mine. Always had been. Always would be. Nothing altered that. Not how much I hated her. Not how much she hated me. Especially, not how much I hated… That I LOVED her. LOVE YOU NOW I should have told her everything. How much I loved her. How much I’ve always loved her. But I didn’t. I couldn’t. I just wasn’t made that way. Instead... I claimed her. Teased her. Taunted her. Worshipped her. Until... I broke her. My best friend. My savior. My girl. From my mind to my heart, to every single bone in my body. She owned me. I was hers. Every look. Every kiss. Every touch. Every tear. It was always her. The only thing I feared more than losing her was forgetting her. I hated how much I needed her. She was mine. Always and forever. I hated her then. But Harley Jameson was about to find out how much… I LOVED her now.
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