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You’re the One I Don’t Want

Love is weakness.Which is why Annabelle Mills vowed a long time ago to never let it destruct her. A former pageant queen with a bite equally as lethal as her bark, shes interning at her dream job on the set of the highest-rated home design show on television. Everything in Annabelles life, though it may be cold and isolated, is going exactly as she always planned.Until her e...

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You’re the One I Don’t Want Reviews

  • Avidez Literaria

    “That’s not true at all. I saw you. I’ve always seen you. Christ, Anna, it’s impossible not to see you. You’re radiant; the word beautiful was created specifically to describe you.".

    Second chances. That's what the book is about. How much can we forget a past sorrow, forgive, and move on? Annabelle and Boone dated in high school. She, the beauty queen, cheerleader and popular girl. He the athlete prodigy on the rise. A relationship that started well, but took a different turn. The two ended up di

  • Johnaka

    You’re the one I Don’t Want by Carrie Aarons

    “Do you or do you not? 5 stars”

    Annabelle has one goal in life and that’s to make a name for herself so maybe finally her mother will reach out. See Annabelle is used to not being important to those around her even though that’s all she’s ever wanted. She just wants someone to put her first and make her feel wanted. At one time she thought that person was Boone but when he proved her wrong, she acted out. Now he’s back in her life and she’s doing the ad

  • Tania's Book Blog

    Annabelle was such a complicated girl that you can relate to her. She’s so independent and it’s admirable but she hides all of her kindness with being an ice princess. She’s focused and determined until her high school crush is back in the picture. Annabelle and Boone had a short lived relationship in high school that didn’t end well. They hadn’t seen each other in 5 years. Boone has never forgotten her but wasn’t in a rush to see her.

    These two had their own set of issues. They couldn’t stand to

  • Kimberly (Kimmy Loves to Read)

    I received an advanced copy of this book with the promise of an honest review.

    Ah young love. It's messy and emotional. And someone almost always ends up with a broken heart. In this case it was two people with broken hearts. Both Annabelle and Boone had a lot going on when they were teenagers. Neither of them talked about their feelings or their homelives and Annabelle makes a decision that breaks them apart.

    Now it is a few years later and they are both still in college, but Annabelle is a rea

  • Latoria

    Not for me

    Anna's character is not likeable. I can't relate to her reason for causing the breakup. Boone is too good for her. Instead of hoping for a happy ending, you just want the ending to come.

  • Mg ♥ The Bookishmedialite

    Review to follow :)

  • AD

    Horrible idea for a book... ridiculous!

    Why would this author think this would be a good idea? I read the first book and thought that it was decent. When I saw that this was the sequel I immediately downloaded. I read the first book when it came out, so some of the details were blurry. As I started reading this I had forgotten who “Anna” was. Then I got a little father into it and realized that it was indeed the “mean girl” witch with a b from the first book. I kept reading thinking there must b

  • Amber Martin

    This is a DNF for me. I’m a sucker for baseball books. I love anything baseball so I jumped at the gun to read this one. Enemies to lovers is one of my favorite storylines. I made it to 36% and I gave up. Boone was delicious. He had a good head on his shoulders and made sure to be prepared for the future. Annabelle was a totally different story. She was a rip. She broke his heart back in high school and thought he owed her the world. She was so mean to him but cried when he gave her a taste of h ...more