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Trina Lee would sell her own mother’s house out from under her if it meant securing a sale, no joke. Her reputation as a ruthless deal closer and her record sales year in Boston’s luxury property market should’ve landed her Realtor of the Year, so when the award goes to new girl rival Kendall Yates, Trina is left speechless. And, okay, turned on.

Kendall made more enemies than friends the night of her big win, but she couldn’t care less. She’s the best, and she has the obnoxious glass paperweight to prove it. This is the edge she needs to escape the shadow of her family’s reputation. When her boss accepts a friendly bet that she can close the holy grail of property deals, she’s not about to fold for anyone. Especially not to overly cocky and annoyingly beautiful Trina. Even if it breaks her heart.

©2020 Fiona Riley (P)2020 Bold Strokes Books Inc

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  • Au global
    5 out of 5 stars
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  • Marquie
  • 2020-09-15

Another amazing story by Fiona Riley..

I read the hard copy a couple weeks ago because I couldn’t wait for the audio. I was hoping Keira Grace was attached to the audio to be honest. She completely knocked Not Since You out of the park. I’m not complaining about Ms. Sternenberg narration, just felt this would of been an amazing read by Ms. Grace because of all the wonderful characters. Maybe she will be picked for Bet The Farm. Or even Lori Prince.. both are amazing at bringing the pages to life.

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  • Au global
    4 out of 5 stars
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    3 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
  • june
  • 2020-09-13

Good read

I have been looking forward to this release and I did enjoy it for the most part. The only distracting feature I found was trying to distinguish the two main characters when they were speaking. The voices at many times were extremely similar which caused me to have to lose some focus on the story. Overall, I enjoyed it and it did derive some emotion in me once it started developing.

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    2 out of 5 stars
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  • Jo E. Meyertons
  • 2020-10-08

Irritating

The characters aren't very likeable and I hate any story that has women rooting for other women to have a double mastectomy.

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  • Au global
    3 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
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    2 out of 5 stars
  • Tacocat
  • 2020-09-22

This one is a no from me dawg

The opening brings us to an award ceremony and one of the characters comes in second when she wanted first. This leads to an unprofessional and hateful confrontation with the 1st place winner which as it was described made me really have secondhand embarrassment. The development of their attraction doesn’t seem like it would be possible after such a beginning but they end up having something start. I really hate that lack of trust and communication is where the drama comes from and I cannot stand when something is said so explicitly by the bad person and the innocent person still has to fight to prove themselves to be loyal. BRO THE BAD GUY JUST SAID SHE DIDN’T KNOW. I’m not usually critical of other people’s work but come on, the silent treatment and borderline ghosting as a punishment for someone else’s actions is manipulative and emotional abuse. The narrator did a good job and is the reason for the rating along with the author throwing in a trans person who goes by they/them, it’s nice to see some representation for our T in LGBT. Still though, read (or listen) at your own risk. OH YEAH!! I almost forgot! Ok so there’s one part where she describes her ah...well she calls it the C word LMAO and I have only ever heard that as a fighting term like if the C word happens it’s gonna be some hair pulling, scratching, boob falling out on Jerry Springer type action but it was used in a sexy/sensual way? It made me laugh so hard, just wanted to share that.

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  • Au global
    2 out of 5 stars
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  • Jerilyn
  • 2020-09-18

Could not finish this book

This was hard to get through and I only made it to chapter 11. Trina was just a bully and Kendall just took it all without defending herself. Hopefully the second half of the book finally had Kendall being the stronger of the 2 women but I just could not get through the rest of it. So sorry to this very talented writer, this book was just not for me.

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  • Au global
    5 out of 5 stars
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    3 out of 5 stars
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  • AJ Holmes
  • 2021-03-30

Love the energy

Kendall and Trina are charged from the very beginning. Trina felt slighted from her loss to Kendall for Realtor of the Year. Trina feels Kendall's win was nothing more than an assist from her dad but Kendall knows she's worked very hard to secure her newly won title despite her father. In an effort to see who really is the best, both Trina's and Kendall's bosses go in on a deal together and challenges Trina and Kendall to hash it out by seeing who can sell more property value at the newly owned location. The energy between Trina and Kendall is so electric and before long, not even they can deny their attraction to one another. However, what does that mean for the competition? Great book, I took my time reading this one.

I almost forgot and I can't for the life of me know how. The narration overall was alright but it irritated me to hear the narrator say the name Whitaker throughout the entire book. UGH! Instead of saying it as one word, she pronounced it as two words "whi-taker". Seriously, why?! Just why?!

  • Au global
    4 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
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    4 out of 5 stars
  • 'Nathan
  • 2020-12-16

Me really enjoying Enemies-to-Lovers? Who knew?

I listened to this one as an audio and I really enjoyed it, and while I should have had faith—Fiona Riley has yet to steer me wrong—I was really, really worried at the first few chapters, as I couldn’t imagine any reason for Kendall to ever want to forgive Trina after the onslaught of vitriol she blasted Kendall’s way. That Trina didn’t know the full extent of the wounds her words were dealing made it all the worse for me; I was basically Team Kendall from step one, and unsure if Enemies-to-Lovers was going to work.

As an aside, I don’t tend to like Enemies-to-Lovers as a trope to begin with. It’s entirely my own baggage: I can’t imagine trusting someone who has done real (and often intended) harm, no matter the turnaround, so it felt like this book had even more stacked against it. Add in high finance bracket characters, parents who were domineering, dismissive, or outright abusive—a world in which I grew up and loathed—and I was really thinking this wouldn’t fly for me.

And then it did. It wasn’t an immediate thing: I needed a few chapters inside Trina’s mind before I realized where her fire was coming from, which helped to make her feel less cruel to me—and eventually she did realize how horrible she’d been (especially unintentionally, accusing Kendall of the absolute last things Kendall ever wanted to do or be), and so there were apologies. I would have liked more restitution moments, but there was enough—and ditto from Trina’s friend and co-worker Lauren, who believed she was defending her friend, yes, but who never actually had a moment of contrition—something I’m hoping to see next book.

But for me, the real anchors of this story came down to Kendall and Jax. Kendall for being someone I could completely understand and empathize with, and Jax for recognizing Trina was jumping to conclusions about Kendall when Kendall had been so generous to them. Ultimately, this book launched shakily (but only because of my personal issues as a reader) but landed wonderfully. Fans of Enemies-to-Lovers are likely going to eat this one up, but the fact I enjoyed it as much as I did?

Well, like I said. I should know to trust Fiona Riley.

  • Au global
    4 out of 5 stars
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    5 out of 5 stars
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    4 out of 5 stars
  • Sab
  • 2020-11-24

Good book

Not the best, but a good one. Well written a little too long in some places. Narration was good as always.

  • Au global
    5 out of 5 stars
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  • Melisa
  • 2020-11-07

Another winner!

Great story of rival high end real estate agents that turns into something more with some interesting issues along the way. The narrator was great so that added extra excitement.

  • Au global
    4 out of 5 stars
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    4 out of 5 stars
  • Tammi
  • 2020-10-14

Enjoyable

I liked the story and the characters. The writing is good. Narration is spot on. I didn’t quite believe the premise, though, and I felt it fell a little flat in the wrap up. But overall a good listen.