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Mending Michael
J.P. Grider
(Hunter Hill University #2 (Can be read as stand-alone))
Publication date: December 13th 2014
Genres: New Adult, Romance

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There is a fine line between love and hate.

When bartender Mick Ross first sees Holly Buchanan walk into Donny’s Bar, his heart comes to a halt. That is, until she serves him her fake ID and reveals her true nature when she’s declined her drink.

Holly thinks Mick is an ass, and she has no clue why he can’t stand her. Though, she does enjoy looking at his ass.

So, when Donny hires Holly to waitress at his bar, she must either deal with Mick’s hatred toward her or give him a taste of his own medicine.

Tensions are high.
Comments are made.
Hearts are hurt.
But if there really is a fine line between love and hate, then Mick and Holly must decide on which side they stand.

 


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Sign up if you would like to request a review copy of Mending Michael by J.P. Grider, a New Adult Romance novel. This is book 2 in the Hunter Hill University series, but can be read as a stand-alone. However, review copies of book 1 are available if you wish to read/review it, too. Reviews should be posted by March 20th. Review copies will be in ebook formats.

Word count: 82k / Heat level: Low (sex is only implied)
Content warnings:
Talk of drug use (Hero’s sister is a heroin addict who loses her child to child services, but she doesn’t ‘do’ them in the book. It’s only referenced).
Alcohol use (characters work in a bar).
NO physical abuse, though the Hero tries to get custody of his niece because of his sister’s drug habit and her neglect of his niece.

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