Book Review: Hate The Way He Loves Me by Stacey Covington-Lee


Hate The Way He Loves Me

Stacey Covington-Lee

Publication Date: September 16, 2014

4 Stars=Great Page Turner

A family on the run is the basis for Hate The Way He Loves Me by Stacey Covington-Lee. Zoe Shaw and her family believed they were safe since her father, Otis Shaw was in jail. When they are informed that he was released the Shaw women moved to another city to stay hidden. Zoe decides moving south would be better especially since her best friend was located there.

Zoe is happy everyone has taken the move very well especially her sister, Pam. After the move Zoe meets Ramon Martinez a business owner. Zoe doesn’t plan to fall in love but the attraction she has for Ramon soon changes her mind. Zoe has always been cautious due to her family problems but there is something about Ramon that she just can’t help herself. As their relationship grows Zoe starts to see a different side of Ramon. It seems Zoe’s past hasn’t left her yet. Will she have a plan to change her situation? Or let her situation take over?

Hate The Way He Loves Me reminds me of a generational curse. Zoe became a product of her past environment even though she didn’t recognize it at first. This book has a clear message and was entertaining to read. Zoe’s character surprised me and her ability to be strong kept me reading the story.

This book was provided by the author for review purposes only.

Reviewed by Teresa Beasley


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