Love You, Love You Not - Jo Watson

Love You, Love You Not

By Jo Watson

  • Release Date: 2019-05-14
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 764 Ratings


'Like a great big hug from your best friend... If you want a book to make you feel better, to make you laugh and smile, go read this' NetGalley reviewer

The glorious standalone office rom-com from the author of the ebook bestseller Love to Hate You.

If you love Sophie Ranald, Sophie Kinsella and Paige Toon, you'll LOVE Jo Watson!

'Funny, relatable and a good read' 5* reader review

'Like a hug in the shape of a book' 5* reader review

'Definitely one everyone should read' 5* reader review

'Loved this book! Entertaining and well written, I couldn't put it down' 5* reader review

There's a fine line between love and hate...

Poppy Peterson is about to be evicted if she doesn't pay her rent. She used to be an actress on a telenovela until her character, Ramona Gonzalez, Executive Administrative Assistant to the CEO, was killed off. Unfortunately, dead characters can't pay the bills.

Ryan Stark is a tough boss - especially if you're his assistant. He's been through five in the last two months and now no one wants to work for him. He needs an assistant who can meet his demands. And he can be very demanding.

Poppy's been an assistant before - well, on screen anyway. It can't be that hard to do in real life, right?

Two things are for sure. Poppy is about to play the role of a lifetime. And Ryan is about to learn a whole new lesson about what's really important in life.

Don't miss Jo's laugh-out-loud rom-coms, Love You, Love You Not, Love to Hate You, Burning Moon, Almost A Bride, Finding You, After the Rain and The Great Ex-scape.

Love funny, romantic stories? You don't want to miss Jo Watson:

'The perfect choice for fans of romantic comedies' Gina's Bookshelf

'It was amazing, it was hilarious' Rachel's Random Reads

'A brilliant read from beginning to end' Hopeless Romantics

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  • Very funny and brilliant

    By pinapple876
    I laughed all the way through and loved the romantic side to this book as well very cleverly written thoroughly enjoyed it.
  • A bit ridiculous...

    By ?!...!?
    Whilst the book itself is an easy read, it is not realistic in any way shape or form; and very cringey at times. Although I managed to finish the book, I wouldn’t read another book by this author.
  • Decent

    By iamlizzeh
    A good easy book to read. Easy to get into, characters are easy enough to identify with. Plot was decent enough, well written with some funny bits. Glad I read it but not blown away
  • Lovely

    By Walltowallshit
    Reminded me of Hitch, 50 shades, pretty woman and a few other heartwarming chick flicks. Lovely
  • Hilarious

    By maisielily
    This book had me laughing, cringing and falling in love with all the characters, probably the funniest romance i’ve read!
  • Everything I need in a book and more!

    By sojo97
    Never in my life have I experience so many emotions from a book. I physically laughed out loud, my heart aches for these characters and I wish there more books to read about them! Jo definitely transports you into their world, felt like I was a friend hearing it from the characters themselves. Highly recommend!!
  • Really bad

    By Rubylovesdresses
    Sorry but this is an unbelievable, unidentifiable, uninteresting, unfunny book. Don’t believe all the blurbs! It’s awful! Characters are full of holes, the funny parts are just tragic and I couldn’t even finish it having no desire to revisit these characters or what meaningless scenario was next.
  • Love you love you not

    By jamie riches
    Literally one of the best books I’ve ever read, didn’t want the book to end. Loved it!!
  • Amazing!

    By chinersxx
    Totally loved this book, parts had me laughing out loud and I just couldn’t put it down.
  • Not appreciating using Nigeria as a bottom feed

    By britlit girl
    As a British/Nigerian who loved this book I’m a bit not sure of the fact that this author decided to use Nigeria, the most populous black nation in the world as an allusion to failure or what? I just could not understand that bit but it did not leave a good taste in my mouth, we should promote our countries not denigrate them. South African xenophobia against Nigeria, should not find its way into writings that should promote love and peace. The heroine of the book considered her popularity in Nigeria a gross failure. That is just negative from the author.