Helena Conway has fallen in love.
But not unprovoked.
Kit Isley is everything she’s not—unstructured, untethered,
and not even a little bit careful.
It could all be so beautiful … if he wasn’t dating her best friend.
Helena must defy her heart, do the right thing, and think of others.
Until she doesn’t.
Warning this review contains mature adult language.
All I have to say after reading F*ck Love, is F*ck Love! ( with a heavy *sigh* and my shoulders sagged.Totally F–k it! F–k the bullsh*t and just F*ck Love! )
Helena Conway has fallen in love with Kit Isley but he was dating her best friend when they first met. Kit wanted to be with Helena but didn’t have the balls to leave his current relationship. Kit made things worst by staying and when he thought he was finally free, he wasn’t.
“You shouldn’t have to convince anyone to choose you. There is no real choice in love.”
Honestly, I wanted to SCREAM and DROP KICK my kindle several times! All the characters in this book had a screw loose. There are even some that are guilty of cray cray by association!
I love Tarryn Fisher! She’s straight up about how she feels about love stories and Happily Ever Afters. Tarryn is not an inside the box thinker, she’s always a good ways outside of it! She’s beyond creative and takes every opportunity to show it. (Check out her instagram and also her joint venture fashion blog with Madison Seidler Clothed Caption). So, I knew going in that this wouldn’t be your typical run of a mill love story. The typical love story that follows the stages of falling in love: the start of a romantic relationship, going through a heart-wrenching ordeal, making up and healing, and then the happily ever after. In F*ck love, the heart wrenching sh*t was in every stage of falling in love and the sequence was all out of whack!
“The best kind of love is the love that isn’t supposed to happen.”
Personally, I like a little more happy in my books but I appreciate the creativity of this one. If you can handle some f*cked up shit throughout the entire book, this book is definitely a must read for you!