Like many of CoHo’s romance books, this book starts with an unusual meeting between our main characters. When Tate Collins finds a drunken Miles Archer camped at her brother’s front door, she isn’t impressed.
However, the two quickly find themselves drawn to each other despite neither wanting to be in a relationship. They devise an arrangement involving no-strings-attached sex and absolutely no questions about the past.
Despite including some overused tropes and more sex scenes than I usually like, I fell hard for this book. Things I normally would have found cringy inexplicably worked in this one, and it was all because of Miles. The chapters about his past had me tearing through this book. I simply *had* to know why this handsome, successful young man was so distant and broken.
The story within a story occurring six years before Miles and Tate met was just as interesting as the present day. I wanted to find out what went down between Miles and Rachel.
I am not ashamed to admit this book had me ugly crying by the end. Even with the cheesy scenes between Miles and Rachel, this unforgettable story will break your heart. Ugly Love will reign for a while as one of my favorite Colleen Hoover books.
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