Dear Enemy – Kristen Callihan

Reviews by Yael Waknin


From New York Times bestselling author Kristen Callihan comes a smart, emotional contemporary romance about finding love with the most unlikely of people.

As kids, they hated each other. Macon Saint was beautiful, but despite his name, Delilah knew he was the devil. That he dated her slightly evil sister, Samantha, was no picnic either. When they broke up, it was a dream come true: Delilah never had to see him again.

Ten years later, her old enemy sends a text.

Delilah’s sister has stolen a valuable heirloom from Macon, now a rising Hollywood star, and he intends to collect his due. One problem: Sam has skipped town.

Sparks still sizzle between Macon and Delilah, only this heat feels alarmingly like unwanted attraction. But Delilah is desperate to keep her weak-hearted mother from learning of her sister’s theft. So she proposes a deal: she’ll pay off the debt by being Macon’s personal chef and assistant.

It’s a recipe for disaster, but Macon can’t stop himself from accepting. Even though Delilah clearly hates him, there’s something about her that feels like home. Besides, they’re no longer kids, and what once was a bitter rivalry has the potential to be something sweeter. Something like forever.

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My review

This book gave me all the feels!

It’s a second chance, enemies, to lover’s trope, and even though the second chance isn’t my favorite trope, this book was excellent.

This book was more emotional than I thought at first.

There were scenes that my heart melted, and all I wanted was to give Macon Saint a big hug!

What a beautiful character Macon Saint is. What a complicated man yet so level-headed that no matter what happened to him in the past, he was so sensitive and understanding my heart simply ached for him.

He was so lonely before Delilah came back to his life.

Delilah was the best sister and daughter. She was so loyal and sweet even after all that happened with her sister.

God, I didn’t like Sam (her sister).

Delilah was a kick-ass woman! She was so in charge and so considerate it was so powerful. She believed in good no matter how bad things happened to her and for that, I admire her completely.

I loved this story, and I teared up on Macon’s vulnerability.

This story was full of emotions. Hurt, pain, happiness, regret, forgiveness, and big love!

I don’t know how or why, but this book got to me so deep! I loved it. I really loved it, and I highly recommend it.

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