"Weaver's delightful reimagining of You've Got Mail is a satisfying treat for fans of enemies-to-lovers romance such as Sally Thorne's The Hating Game." Library Journal (starred review), on The One I Love to Hate
The last thing Gemma Romano needs right now is her first love coming back home. She's trying to keep her family's bar from being bought up and developed into some glass eyesore, just like all the other family businesses in her beloved Brooklyn neighborhood.
Like it or not, she's in charge of the Romano legacy, and she can't afford to risk itor her hearton Brendan Flaherty. Not now and not ever again.
Brendan's old neighborhood is changing fast, but some things are still the same. Gemma's as devoted to her family, her neighbors, and the bar as she's always been. And she's still the one woman he can't seem to forget.
Gemma's determined to steer clear of Brendan at first. Not only did he break her teenage heart, but now he's grown up to be a property developerhe's the enemy. Staying away from him would be a lot easier if she didn't find him so infuriatingly attractive. Their chemistry still burns as bright as it ever did. But their painful past is still there, too, and Gemma's not sure she's ready to risk her dreams, her business, or her heart on Brendan a second time.
This book is approximately 82,000 words
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