War Hope (War #2)

*Co-written with Stevie J Cole under the name Nicole Lynne*
I followed my best friend to London thinking it would be an adventure full of excitement and bright lights, only to find myself in a shitty little corner of the city.
I’m now immersed in a world of bad boys and dirty fights.
My saviour complex is stretching to Finn West. He’s dark, mysterious, grouchy, and a fighter. I can’t help but want to push his buttons and see if I can crack that surly frown into a smile.
Maybe the connection I feel with him is real, or perhaps it’s just the fanatical imaginings of a lonely girl, wanting a lonely boy. After all, who wants to be alone?
I just want to be left alone, stick to my routine, but no. Hope McGrath sure as hell can’t let that happen.
I like order, control, I need it. She’s like a tornado of sheer chaos, trying to rock my very structured life on it’s foundations. She annoys the shit out of me on a daily basis, but somehow, I’ve come to enjoy her dragging me to her weekly bingo outings.
No matter how gnarly I am, she always comes back for more with her long legs and her loud mouth.
I don’t need her in my life, even if I find myself thinking about her, her lips, her body…I don’t need her.

What Readers Say:

5* I was scared in a way to read War Hope after reading War Poppy which completely destroyed me. I am so glad I jumped in with two feet. I wanted to see some happiness for those that were left behind and thats what I got. Its funny and uplifting whilst still remembering the past in a wonderful way.
5* My heart is healed!!! After being completely broken in half reading War Poppy I can honestly say War Hope is the perfect book to heal it.
5* War Poppy, the first of this series, was one of the most depressing and beautiful books I have had the pleasure of reading. I therefore went into reading this with a small amount of trepidation, hoping it would be a worthy sequel.

Thankfully, it was.

Lovell and Cole have done another excellent job writing out of their comfort zone, while maintaining their typical crude and over-the-top humour.



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