Rival Radio by Kathryn Nolan
POV: Dual 1st Person
Tropes: Enemies to Lovers; Co-Workers
Rate: 4/5 Stars
Radio is kind of a dying art form with podcasts and serials leading the charge, but Kathryn Nolan shines a light on it in the best way. Dario and Theo have shows on a local radio station and while they both dole out dating advice, they have very different views on what people need to be happy. One thing that I love about this story is the fact that while both Theo and Daria held onto their beliefs, they weren’t willing to change and grow.
There is such a strong message with the way in which Daria lives her life. She truly thinks that you need to focus on knowing and loving oneself. And this, I 100% agree with. Where I disagree with her, I lean towards Theo’s idea of having a partner in life can bring joy and happiness that you never can truly understand when you are single. Both are right in their own ways, and both can see changes in their though process when they are open to hearing the arguments and theories of the other.
These two rubbed each other wrong from the beginning because they were so set in their ways. There is an amazing supporting cast of characters in this book. They are a group of people that love and support but aren’t afraid to be honest and blunt. This is a great ready, and I am happy that I have Nolan another chance.