Why I Loathe Sterling Lane

Per her 537 rules, Harper Campbell keeps her life tidy—academically and socially. But the moment Sterling Lane transfers into her tiny boarding school, her twin brother gets swept up in Sterling’s pranks and schemes and nearly gets expelled. Harper knows it’s Sterling’s fault, and to protect her brother, she vows to take him down. As she exposes his endless school violations, he keeps striking back, framing her for his own infractions. Worst of all, he’s charmed the administration into thinking he’s harmless, and only Harper sees him for the troublemaker he absolutely is.

As she breaks rule after precious rule in her battle of wits against Sterling and tension between them hits a boiling point, she’s horrified to discover that perhaps the two of them aren’t so different. And maybe she doesn’t entirely hate him after all. Teaming up with Sterling to save her brother might be the only way to keep from breaking the most important rule—protecting Cole.

Ingrid Paulson pushes the enemies-to-lovers trope to the max in Why I Loathe Sterling Lane—and what a delicious, spine-tingling, and electrifying ride it is! Who knew revenge could be so swoony? I looove Sterling Lane...just about as much as Harper loathes him.
— New York Times bestselling author Pintip Dunn, author of Forget Tomorrow and Girl On The Verge
This book gave me life: it was voice-y fun from first page to last and I read in one sitting with a goofy grin on my face (there may also have been some, “Kiss already!!” shouting involved). I especially love that the main character gives as good as she gets when it comes to prank wars, witty banter, and an eventual surrender to *gasp* actual feelings for “the enemy”! With a delicious rascal of a boy and a loveable prickle of a heroine, these two create pure love-to-hate magic.
— - Jen Malone, author of Wanderlost, Map to the Stars, and Changes in Latitudes
Harper is Paris Geller meets Veronica Mars, and the flirty tension with her nemesis, Sterling, has all the rich-kid sass and charm of both Logans. You’re going to love this book.
— Heidi R. Kling, author of Not Okay, Cupid
Why I Loathe Sterling Lane is a fun, sexy romp with the kind of romantic tension that kept me up way past my bedtime. If you’ve ever wondered what would happen if a Type-A, Paris Gellar girl hooked up with a rich boy slacker like Logan Echolls, Ingrid Paulson has the very satisfying answer.
— Julie Hammerle, author of The Sound of Us, Any Boy But You, and Artificial Sweethearts