He Loves You Not

He Loves You Not

by Tara Brown


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ISBN-13: 9781503903197
Publisher: Amazon Publishing
Publication date: 10/23/2018
Series: Serendipity Series , #2
Pages: 366
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 1.25(h) x 9.00(d)

About the Author

The internationally bestselling author of Roommates, the Puck Buddies series, and the Serendipity series, Tara Brown loves writing for a variety of genres. In addition to her Single Lady Spy novels, she has also published popular contemporary and paranormal romances, science fiction, thrillers, and romantic comedies. Tara especially enjoys writing dark and moody tales, often focusing on strong female characters who are more inclined to vanquish evil than perpetrate it. Tara lives with her husband, two daughters, two cats, an Irish wolfhound, and a Maremma Sheepdog. Find out more about Tara by visiting www.TaraBrownAuthor.com.

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He Loves You Not 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Brittany0782 17 days ago
I am a new reader to this author and I really enjoyed this book. This definitely won't be the last book I read by her. This book was perfect. The characters were interesting and they had a slow building romance. The support characters were hilarious and I enjoyed their interactions as well. I'm really looking forward to the next book this author publishes! **An ARC was provided by NetGalley and the publisher in exchange for my honest opinion.** #HeLovesYouNot
CharlotteLynnsReviews 19 days ago
A college girl who is not from the rich side of the tracks is best friends with the rich girl from the rich side of the tracks. When times get rough for her she chooses to make her own way rather than ask for help from those who have the means to help her. For Lacey this is a matter of pride. She didn’t want to be talked about, be that girl who only uses her friends for what they can offer her, and she didn’t want to be looked down on. I respected that. I loved that she took a very difficult route, keeping her life private, and worked to be self-reliant. Tara Brown wrote a book that could have gone many ways. The characters could have been selfish, conceited, and no fun yet she made them open to accepting those not of the same stature of them, welcoming to others, and always looking for a good time even though most of them had jobs. The majority of the characters were well off but instead of that being a bad thing they came together to support Lacey, support her family, and support their community. The relationship of Jordan and Lacey was perfect. They came together in a time when they both had a lot going on and tried to keep their personal lives separate from each other. When the time came for them to be honest with each other they listened, accepted, and made the amends with each other all the while opening their hearts and falling in love. I loved that while they came from two different worlds they opened their hearts and understood that their two worlds could come together and happiness could be found.
Anonymous 20 days ago
This is twenty-somethings with the final summer before there last year in college. Basically, it a lot about economics and how it impacts the characters lives. Lacey is middle class but her friends are upper class. When her brother gets sick things are about to change for everyone. The romantic part was actually in the background and let the main story flow. Its a feel good book and I would suggest reading it. There are a lot of twist and turns.
Anonymous 21 days ago
DNF at 49%. Lacey Winters is the poor girl who hangs out with the uber-rich kids (can anyone say Gossip Girl?). When her little brother is diagnosed with cancer her college tuition fund is earmarked for his treatment and she needs to find a way to earn more money, over and above what she gets interning for her BFF's father. So she cooks up a great scheme to test girls' boyfriends anonymously. Jordan Somersby is the archetypal poor little rich boy, bullied by his father into 'dating' the daughter of a client in an attempt to create some kind of dynastic merger he meets Lacey at a party on a yacht, she has no idea who he is and they really connect, until she discovers he is yet another spoilt, entitled rich boy with a girlfriend trying to score on the side. I have to admit part of the blame for this is on me, I just saw Tara Brown was the author and auto-requested without reading the blurb carefully. My tolerance for YA/NA novels decreases year by year, I find them irritating and banal and full of unpleasant characters. Sadly, this was no exception. Lacey's BFF Marcia was vacuous, ignorant and obnoxious. The talk was all about parties and clothes and hair. The girls routinely call each other names as terms of endearment. Jordan seemed to be weak-willed and a bit of a personality vacuum. By nearly half-way through the book the plot had yet to actually develop and I lost patience. I'm sorry because I loved Tara Brown's Single Lady Spy novels, but obviously her NA/YA books are not for me. I received a free copy of this book from the publisher via NetGalley in return for an honest review.
Candace-LoveyDoveyBooks 22 days ago
Tara Brown once again dives into the world of the rich and privileged in the second of the Serendipity series. He Loves You Not packs more of an emotional edge by focusing on a young woman who rises above adversity while rubbing shoulders with people that view her as 'other' because she's not from an influential family. Lacey loses her tuition funds to her brother's unexpected medical expenses. Raised to be independent, she devises a way to get the money she needs. Her ingenious idea to anonymously test the fidelity of someone's significant other brings in the cash, but when she's forced to test Jordan Somersby things get a little dicey. Jordan is also stuck in a pickle caused by his money hungry father. He's forced to date a girl he doesn't know and can't turn his back on his family without causing a big rift. Lacey and Jordan have very different ways of handling their challenges, thanks to their upbringing, but somehow they meet in the middle.While their problems and frustrations connect them, and sometimes divides them, I was very curious about how this story would play out. The plot had the potential to go round and round in circles unless something drastic brought it together, and Tara Brown does drastic with style! He Loves You Not seriously gives off Gossip Girl vibes, but it's not all backstabbing and scandal. There are sincere friendships in the novel that I kept waiting to see blowup, but I'm happy that it's not taken to that level. If you loved the drama and romance of Fling Club, you'll be even happier with He Loves You Not! *ARC provided in consideration for review*