Love Me, Love Me Not (Incongruent Figures #1) by S.M. Koz (Review by Stephenee – #NerdGirlSteph)

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Title: Love Me, Love Me Not (Incongruent Figures #1)

Author:  S.M. Koz 

Published Date: April 6th 2016

Genre: NA, Romance 


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Seventeen-year-old Hailey Brown never wanted to be popular or rich or even successful. All she ever wanted was to feel loved by someone, anyone.

Eighteen-year-old Brad Campbell doesn’t know anything but popularity, wealth, and success thanks to his affluent family and unmatched talent on the football field.

When Hailey and Brad are unexpectedly thrown together, will sparks fly or will their differences and unconventional situation prove to be too much of an obstacle?

Disclaimer: For adults 17 years and older due to strong language and sexual situations.


***Adult Warning – May Contain Graphic Sex, Strong Language, Or Adult Situations. Caution Advised***
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***Stephenee – #NerdGirlSteph’s  Review***
This was my first book by author S. M. Koz but it will NOT be my last!! She hooked me from the very first paragraph and she never let me go, not even after the book ended. I was still thinking about the characters, the plot and the continuation of how I wanted and pictured the story continuing. The author did an amazing job with the character development, the plot and with keeping the reader guessing as to what may happen next.

Hailey has never had an easy life and she knows that life has plenty of surprises (good and bad) left waiting for her…if she can continue to work towards making her life better and finding her way. Brad has had an easy life with just about everything he has ever wanted being available to him….until he meets Hailey. The two of them become close friends until the unthinkable happens and they are torn apart by things that they cannot control.

The author takes the reader through some ups, downs, loops and curves but she never once allows the reader to take a second to breath or try to predict what may be coming next. The plot deals with hard to dream of things, such as foster care, life on a child’s own and even trust or lack of it and the author does this all with respect and with the ability to help inform the reader of real life problems that people encounter.

Add this to your TBR list and do it quickly!! This is an amazing read that you don’t want to miss!


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