Review: Not Okay, Cupid by Heidi R. Kling

28356550Title: Not, Okay Cupid

Author: Heidi R. Kling

Published by: Entangled: Crush; January 11, 2016

Format/Source: E-ARC provided by the publisher, via Netgalley, in exchange for an honest review.

My Rating: 4 Stars

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Her wicked revenge, or his wicked heart…

Hazel McCallister loves her life. Perfect grades. Perfect best friend. Perfect boyfriend. Until her perfect boyfriend cheats on her with her perfect best friend. Now Hazel’s in free fall—until her best friend’s brother, Felix, gives her the perfect idea. Reclaim her power by taking revenge on her cheating ex.

Felix James loves his life. Casual relationships. Loads of surfing. He’s as drama-free as they come. But he can’t stand by when his sister steals her best friend’s boyfriend, and the dude insists it was Hazel’s fault. So Felix vows to help turn Hazel into a girl her ex can’t resist—so then she can break his heart.

With an alliance in place, Hazel’s revenge is all but assured. But with each piece of payback, she feels a stronger attraction to Felix, even though revenge will turn her into a girl Felix could never be with. And soon Hazel has to make an impossible choice: revenge…or Felix, the boy who’s stolen her heart.

WARNING! This book contains betrayal, revenge, and that most tempting vice of all, the bad boy you know you can’t have.

My Review

Not Okay, Cupid is another super sweet, super swoonworthy, teen romance from Entangled’s Crush Imprint. Hazel and Felix set out for revenge and end up with a lot more than they bargained for. I really enjoyed this book. I liked the characters and the writing did a great job of bringing them to life.

A week before Valentine’s Day, Hazel walks into the cafeteria looking for her boyfriend Jay and best friend Kimmy, only to find them together, looking very much like a couple in front of the whole cafeteria. At first she tries to convince herself that she can’t be seeing what she thinks she’s seeing, but the closer she gets to them, the more obvious it is.

Kimmy’s brother Felix, who also witnesses the scene in the cafeteria and has his reasons for being upset, comes up with a way for Hazel to get her revenge. Together they pretend to be a couple to get Jay jealous. The plan starts to work beautifully, at least until Felix and Hazel start to realize they have feelings for each other.

I absolutely adored Felix and Hazel. I loved how well interacted. Their relationship started out very playful and turned out to be so sweet. I think they complemented each other very well.

I really enjoyed this book and I am very much looking forward to reading more books by Heidi R. Kling.

Happy Reading!


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