2) A person’s undoing
3) Joshua Templeman
Lucy Hutton has always been certain that the nice girl can get the corner office. She’s charming and accommodating and prides herself on being loved by everyone at Bexley & Gamin. Everyone except for coldly efficient, impeccably attired, physically intimidating Joshua Templeman. And the feeling is mutual.
Trapped in a shared office together 40 (OK, 50 or 60) hours a week, they’ve become entrenched in an addictive, ridiculous never-ending game of one-upmanship. There’s the Staring Game. The Mirror Game. The HR Game. Lucy can’t let Joshua beat her at anything—especially when a huge new promotion goes up for the taking.
If Lucy wins this game, she’ll be Joshua’s boss. If she loses, she’ll resign. So why is she suddenly having steamy dreams about Joshua, and dressing for work like she’s got a hot date? After a perfectly innocent elevator ride ends with an earth-shattering kiss, Lucy starts to wonder whether she’s got Joshua Templeman all wrong.
Maybe Lucy Hutton doesn’t hate Joshua Templeman. And maybe, he doesn’t hate her either. Or maybe this is just another game.
Do you change genres or do you always read the same?
I tend to mix it up a bit, I've been reading quite a lot High Fantasy lately and I needed something to cleanse.
So I picked up some fluffy romantic comedy that I had on my tbr for quite a while and it didn't disappoint
The hating game is the kind of book I would pick to go to the beach. It was fun and fresh.
Lucy and Josh are hilarious. Those comebacks and the "I want you but I hate you" vibe had me glued to the book from the first chapter.
Lucy is a dorky psycho. Which is cute cause she's chihuahua size. Josh is a sexy giant with zero social skills.
There's great chemistry it's sexy and I loved it. It was exactly what I needed right now.
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Sally Thorne is the USA Today bestselling author of the office rom-com The Hating Game (2016). It is her debut novel that has sold in over twenty-five countries and is being made into a major motion picture, to be directed by Romy and Michelle’s High School Reunion and The Simpsons Movie director David Mirkin. It was named in the top 20 romance novels of 2016 by the Washington Post and was a top ten finalist in the Goodreads Choice Awards romance category. The Hating Game has been cited as a book that has reinvigorated the romantic comedy genre.
Sally’s much anticipated second novel, 99 Percent Mine, was released on 29 January 2019 by William Morrow Books and debuted at #37 on the USA Today Bestseller List.
Sally is writing two more books for William Morrow, and is currently drafting her third book.
Sally lives in Canberra, Australia, with her husband Roland- plus a pug called Delia and a horse called Louie.
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