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Review – The Enemy by Kelsey Clayton

The Enemy; Haven Grace Prep #4 
(A standalone within a series)

by: Kelsey Clayton

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Sweet and salty is the perfect combination in The Enemy where we return to Haven Grace Prep with Lennon Bradwell and are introduced to Cade Knight.

Lennon may be from one of the richest families and live in a house that resembles an actual castle, but she is far from a spoiled princess. From all of the people we’ve met along the way, Lennon is one of the sweetest, loyal, and truly cares deeply for the few people in her life. She has lived a fairly sheltered life, which makes the circle of people in her world rather small, but those in it she accepts 100%, that makes not liking Cade Knight that much harder when his family moves into her home. Her entire life has just been her and her father so when Nora, Molly, and Cade Knight all move in she is willing to give them a chance because it makes her father happy, but Cade is anything but the ideal new housemate. He decides to make their lives miserable and torn between making her father happy and getting along with Cade Lennon finds herself in new territory.

Cade Knight is angry. He’s never found himself in this position before in his entire life. He thought his parents were happy, but then his mother comes home and tells him that not only are his parents getting a divorce, but also that they are moving into her new boyfriends house. His world is turned upside down and he vows to never get along with his “new family”. It doesn’t help his anger that the potential new stepsister living in the house is beautiful, sweet, and she’s dating one of his least favorite people. Lennon Bradwell becomes public enemy #1 in his book and he’ll do everything to make her life miserable.

Cade and Lennon have a constant back and forth, a real test of wills that not only shows their weaknesses for each other, but also unknowingly builds their relationship from the inside. These two are true fire and kindling and only burn hotter the more they push each other buttons.

In this angsty bully romance should the princess rescue the knight so they can live happily ever after or will the knight push the princess out of her tower so they can burn a new trail to their own happiness? Find out how the sweet and salty get to their HEA in this angsty new book.

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Synopsis:

Kensington Bradwell doesn’t get told no often.
Not when he built an empire from the ground up.
Not when he became the most powerful man in North Haven.
And definitely not when he met my mother.
A picture-perfect relationship,
a happy family,
and twenty years of marriage—
all thrown away for a man with no morals.
Tearing him down won’t be easy,
but I won’t stop until his empire is in flames.
For my sister. For my father. For me.
I need to find a way to break him.
Lucky for me, the answer just fell into my lap.
Daddy’s little princess may be innocent in all of this,
but Lennon’s about to get caught in the crossfire of revenge.
☆ 𝗣𝗿𝗲𝗼𝗿𝗱𝗲𝗿 𝗧𝗵𝗲 𝗘𝗻𝗲𝗺𝘆 𝗧𝗢𝗗𝗔𝗬!☆
Amazon Universal: http://mybook.to/TheEnemy

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