Love, Hate & Clickbait

A Novel

by Liz Bowery

#LoveHateClickbait #NetGalley

This book offers its readers an enjoyable gay themed enemies to romance read. I especially liked the background of politics in the story.

Here we have two people whose work involves the governor of California. She, Leonora, wants to run for president and Thom is on the campaign. Data analyst Clay and he are forced to interact for the good of her run.

We all know that the media impacts election campaigns and that happens here. A photo of Thom and Clay goes viral and the action speeds up. Lennie has asked the two to “fake date” and things escalate.

Readers will be hoping for that happy ending. Will they get it? Read the book to find out. Publishers Weekly describes this one as a “breezy romcom.”

Many thanks to Harlequin Trade Publishing and Mira Books for this title. All opinions are my own.

Pub date: April 2022

From the Publisher

An enemies to lovers romcom about two political staffers who fake a romance to keep their boss happy
Quick-paced, sharp, and thoroughly entertaining. I couldn’t put it down!”—Helan Hoang• "One of my favorite reads this year…steamy and satisfying."—Jean Meltzer author of The Matzah Ball• "A wild ride through hate, lust, and love…Highly recommended."—Library Journal

Editorial Reviews


“Quick-paced, sharp, and thoroughly entertaining. I couldn’t put it down!”—Helen Hoang, New York Times bestselling author

“One of my favorite reads this year. Love, Hate & Clickbait is a steamy and satisfying romp on politics, public life, and our private hearts.”—Jean Meltzer, author of The Matzah Ball

“Bowery keeps the romance light and engaging… With political intrigue, social media virality, fake dating, and an enemies-to-lovers romance…it’s a charming, breezy rom-com.”—Publishers Weekly

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