Download ➼ Love Hacked (Knitting in the City, #3) Author Penny Reid – Alwaysonltd.co.uk

Love Hacked (Knitting in the City, #3) There Are Three Things You Need To Know About Sandra Fielding 1 She Makes All Her First Dates Cry, 2 She Hasn T Been Kissed In Over Two Years, And 3 She Knows How To Knit Sandra Has Difficulty Removing Her Psychotherapist Hat Of Her Last 30 Dates, 29 Have Ended The Same Way The Man Sobbing Uncontrollably After One Such Disaster, Sandra Near Desperation And Maybe A Little Tipsy Gives In To A Seemingly Harmless Encounter With Her Hot Waiter, Alex Argumentative, Secretive, And Hostile Alex May Be The Opposite Of Everything Sandra Knows Is Right For Her But Now, The Girl Who Has Spent All Her Life Helping Others Change For The Better, Must Find A Way To Cope With Falling For Someone Who Refuses To Change At All This Is A Full Length, 110k Word Novel And Is The Third Book In The Knitting In The City Series All Books In The Series Can Be Read As A Standalone.


10 thoughts on “Love Hacked (Knitting in the City, #3)

  1. says:

    Penny Reid, you glorious nerd Penny s books are like doughnuts extremely addictive IRegretNothingWhen I read the blurb of this book, I thought it looked simple and sweet, and although I don t read a lot of romance in general, my brain kept telling me just read the book, you dummy Thank y


  2. says:

    5 StarsThere is boring There is sensational There is mediocre There is lazy There is good There is evil People do implausible things all the time, and they run the gamut of moderately weird to truly extraordinary But there is no normal The world is an unbelievable place full of unbelievable people


  3. says:

    AUDIOAudible iTunes eBOOKSUSUKAU GooglePlay iBooks Kobo BN Smashwords


  4. says:

    5 starsThere is boring There is sensational There is mediocre There is lazy There is good There is evil People do implausible things all the time, and they run the gamut of moderately weird to truly extraordinary But there is no normal The world is an unbelievable place full of unbelievable people doing unbelievable


  5. says:

    Third time reading Love Hacked and it s as rib cracking funny as it was the first Sandra and Alex are, by far, my favourite Knitting in The City couple.


  6. says:

    5 Snarky, Inventive, Transformative, ZINGING Stars Ok, I admit it I am a sucker for smart books No, I am not talking about encyclopedia, full of analysis books I am also not talking about books which are full of how smart they present themselves to be with SAT vocabulary with pages and pages of words which could be reduced to 3 and say


  7. says:

    5 Zing my Fig Stars Love Hacked A Reluctant Romance is the third book off of Penny Reid s successful Knitting in City Series Love Hacked is Sandra s reluctant romance with the mysterious Alex And while I enjoyed reading the first two, this book is my favorite thus far The StorySandra is a successful psychothera...


  8. says:

    5 Stars So over Christmas I took advantage of the extra time to catch up on this series, I read the whole thing out of order and what with book 5 coming out very shortly, I thought I should finally read both Friends without Benefits, and then this one, Love Hacked.What the HECK This was my favourite out of all 4, I bloody loved it Why didn t anyone tell me


  9. says:

    Review Vanilla Spice Books LOVE HACKED is the third installment in the Knitting in the City series and so far my most favorite It is amazing how creative Penny Reid s stories are, they always have a special something that only this author can pull off It s this combination of science, quirkiness, loveliness and wonderful characters in her stories that pull me in and


  10. says:

    3.75 stars As usual he was looking at me with thoughtful, deep set indigo eyes behind black horned rimmed glasses I want youthan the easiness and comfort of numbness I can t really say too much in my review as there is a lot of stuff going on in it that you are better off just coming across as you read it His favorite book a collect of short stories was The Dubliners , writte


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Back To Top