Sweet Little Nothing | Review

Title: Sweet Little Nothing
Author: L.K Farlow
Version: Ebook (ARC)
Release date: 18 March 2020
Rating: ★★★★.5


My fall from grace was one for the books. All it took was his word against mine for everything to topple.
Liar. Slut. Snitch.
Now, I wear my shame like a scarlet letter pinned to my chest.
People say I ruined his life. Except, he’s the one who irrevocably broke me—my heart, my body, my soul … my will to live.


Like a little coward, she thinks the span of five states is enough to keep her safe. But I know where she is and I’m going to make her pay.
She ruined my best friend’s life. Now … I’m going to ruin her.
One by one, I’ll spill her secrets, until she has nowhere left to turn—except to me, her very own big, bad wolf.

This book was provided by the author through Give Me Books Promotions in exchange for an honest review. Thank you L.K. Farlow and Give Me Books Promotions!
Sweet Little Nothing is a standalone Enemies to Lovers/Bully Romance and tells the story of Emmy and Sterling.
Sweet Little Nothing is the first book I’ve read by L.K Farlow and I was pleasantly surprised. When I read the synopsis of Sweet Little Nothing, I was really interested in the story. I didn’t know what to expect and I really enjoyed what I read. The only real remark that I have is a trigger warning. This book talks about a suicide attempt and about rape/abuse, and I think it’s important that authors leave a trigger warning or mention something in the synopsis. It can be really triggering for people. But besides that, I really loved the story.
Emmy has been through a lot and college was supposed to be different for her, but Sterling didn’t really make it easy for her. I’m so sad for Emmy because of what happened to her, but I think she’s an amazing character. She really tries to get over her trauma, and I think she’s really brave. Sterling was a bit dumb and too loyal, but I definitely saw some character development towards the end of the book.

I’m such a fan of Enemies to Lovers Romance and Bully Romance and I think L.K. Farlow did a great job. I really enjoyed reading Sweet Little Nothing, it was really addictive and I had to know how the story was going to end. I loved reading about Emmy and Sterling, and I’m so excited for Stella’s story. I think she’s such an amazing friend and I loved Emmy and Stella’s friendship!