F*ck Love

F*ck Love

by Tarryn Fisher

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Overview

F*ck Love by Tarryn Fisher

Helena Conway has fallen in love. Unwillingly. Unwittingly. But not unprovoked. Kit Isley is everything she's not, unstructured, untethered and not even a little bit careful. It all could be so beautiful... if he wasn't dating her best friend. Helena must defy her heart, do the right thing, think of others. Until she doesn't.

Product Details

BN ID: 2940158069116
Publisher: Tarryn Fisher
Publication date: 01/01/2016
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 120,881
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Tarryn Fisher is cooler than you, but not one to rub it in your face. She graduated first in her class at Hogwarts school of Witchcraft and Wizardry. She is a lover of human nature, and a real life villain (House of Slytherin). Her heart is dark, but she loves you with it anyway. Currently she lives in Washington with her son and daughter, and is working on her eighth novel, F*ck Love, which is now available.

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F*ck Love 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 25 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
You will not be able to put this book down! Love her writing!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was amazing. Hands down one of my favorites. It isn't the typical guy meets girl, fall in love romance novels. It has twists and turns of emotion and I couldn't put it down. Helena's character is genius. She's down to Earth, quirky, intelligent, and funny as hell. I immediately fell in love with her and the story. Bravo, Tarryn Fisher, bravo.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Couldn't stop readind once I started!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Entertaining, funny, fast paced.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I wasn't so sue about the title when I bought this book, because I hate it when I'm sitting somewhere, reading my nook, and someone always has to ask , "what are you reading ?" But anyway, I absolutely loved it, and the storyline pulled me in from the beginning . It's pretty darn funny as well. Highly recommend .
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I couldnt put this book down. I was so excited to get to bed so I can read another chapter. Was stil thinking about it daya after finishing it.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a good read for the few nights i read it. It'S NOT ANYTHING TO get all excited about. I kind of predicted some situations and i hate that. It was well written and it is possible that this could really happen in real life.
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feather_lashes More than 1 year ago
F*ck Love is a standalone, new-adult romance novel written by Tarryn Fisher. This is the first book I have ever read by Ms. Fisher and I thoroughly enjoyed her writing style. However, this particular story was hit or miss with me at times. The storyline was interesting and engaging because of its originality but the hero in this story was incredibly unworthy of the life-changing craziness the heroine unnecessarily put herself through. Regardless, I feel like I found another new-adult author to add to my list. I look forward to reading more from Tarryn Fisher. My favorite quote: “Contrast is important in life. We understand what light is because we can compare it with what we know is dark. Sweet is made sweeter after we eat something bitter. It’s the very same with sadness. And it’s important to experience sadness, to embrace it in order to truly know happiness.”
momeDM More than 1 year ago
This book started off with great possibility! I don't know where the author went after the first chapter. She also through in a ramdom charator at the end. I had to finish the book still thinking it was going to get better also there was no sex in this book. What find of romance has no sex. I would not recemender this book.
ArcherKat More than 1 year ago
This was a freaking awesome book. I couldn't put it down. I had too but I didn't want to. Stupid job..
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
F*uck love? No F*ck this book!!!! Super lame! Couldn't connect with the characters and all this random stuff happens?!!!! I lik Tarryn Fisher and all, but this book effing was a waste of my time. Had a smidge of potential in parts, but even that was a flop. And where the hell did " Muslim" come from? Nowhere!!! Thats right! Lame!!!!
Lisa-LostInLiterature More than 1 year ago
I've only read a few Tarryn Fisher books, but this was one I knew I HAD to read. So much so, I downloaded it immediately upon its release, and it was also my very first read of 2016. Though I had no idea what I was in for when I started this book, it still ended up surprising me. As is Tarryn's usual style, I felt confused and had no idea what to expect for the majority of the story. I actually really love this about Tarryn. Her knack for completely confusing me, yet hooking me into the story at page 1 is something I adore and look forward to with all of Tarryn's books. This book was no exception. I honestly loved it, and couldn't put it down until I finished it. But I felt like it was missing a little something, and this is where I had to sway from the five star rating. Though I loved the story, the ending felt rushed and inconclusive. I'm not sure if that was Tarryn's intention, or if maybe more editing could have helped? It just didn't wrap up as perfectly as I had hoped. Still, an incredible story that I was fully invested in and sincerely adored. Time to read more T. Fisher books!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
F*ck Love left me truly mind f*cked. Even after finishing this book nearly a week ago, I don’t know the exact words that I would use for this review. After the complete and utter out of left twist thrown in within the first two chapters, I was left dumbfounded and confused. There were so many times I had to stop and re-read the previous chapter because my mind just couldn’t grasp the varying story lines and separate reality from dream state. This is the kind of book that once you finish it you will ask both “What the hell did I just read?” and “How in the hell do I write this review?” Helena bubbly personality instantly disappears after a single dream and as I read, I really wished the Helena from chapter 1 would have flowed into the rest of the book. Kit, on the other hand, at times became the bane of my existence during certain points of the story. His constant back and forth on the major plot lines of this stories really began to rub me the wrong way. I got to the point a few times where I would rather he just disappear into the night than to constantly tease and plague Helena’s emotions and life. I do have to make mention that Fisher’s love for Harry Potter culture that is wildly acknowledgeable through Helena’s dialogue made my inner Potterhead snicker with delight. All in all, I liked this book even though my mixed feelings about some of the situations. I think this book will fall into three categories for readers, love, hate or the middle of the road. For me, I definitely fell into the latter category. While this was my first Tarryn Fisher book, I will definitely try more of her books in the future.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was different than any that i have read. I liked it. Just different.
Under_The_Covers_BookBlog More than 1 year ago
Reviewed by Francesca and posted at Under The Covers Book Blog I’m going to be honest here. I have read Tarryn Fisher before and I couldn’t finish the book. While I know everyone loves her, that particular book wasn’t for me because the character in that book felt very dry and disconnected. But when this book came out it had all the marks of something I would absolutely love. I mean, come on, the title alone was enough to have me one clicking! Here’s what I’ve come to realize. That dry and disconnected feel followed me into this book. Tarryn Fisher’s writing is engaging and can get you interested enough in the story that you can’t help but want to know how things will end. And in this case, it was a neverending gloom of “how is she ever going to fix this?” one after another. I just didn’t get any highs! And again, I felt a bit like that with her other work, so I’m assuming at this point it is in the style of writing. I’m sure this works for some, but not so much for me. However, I still enjoyed my time reading F*CK LOVE, I am just a bit disappointed it didn’t live up to my expectations. Now onto the story. Our heroine, Helena, has a dream at the very beginning of this book in which she is happily married to her best friend’s boyfriend. They even have a baby together. The dream is so real and so life altering for her that it changes how she looks at Kit. From almost not even noticing him before to ….. “Look at me I’m the mother of your child and I love you!” It becomes sort of an obsession, or maybe it’s just the thing she needed to realize that Kit is perfect for her. Because they are really good together from the little bit that we can see. There’s a lot of lows in the path to this HEA and not too many highs. Even the highs for me weren’t enough. But if you like angst, then this book packs it in spades! For me, it has to have something else to complement that. On the point of cheating, there’s no physical cheating but obviously a deep emotional connection while the characters are with other people. If that’s something that bothers you, then you may not like that. This particular point didn’t bother me as much as I thought it would’ve although I didn’t understand why this dragged on for so long when it was easily understood that Helena and Kit loved each other. I felt that the first part of the story while Helena is still dating her boyfriend Neil read like a new adult voice but somewhere along the way as things progress and get more serious that voice also changes to a more contemporary romance. I still classify this as new adult as it is a journey of finding yourself a bit and it very much falls into something in the genre. In the end, I just couldn’t connect. Going back to my first point. Dry and disconnected. While this is told from Helena’s POV and you can expect to know her obviously more than Kit, I thought that by the end we would dig a little deeper into his character. Everything about him is subdued and I don’t think he’s ever really fleshed out enough for me to really know him. What does he feel? Why is he so reserved in how he talks about his emotions? There’s so much that isn’t said because one is expecting the other to talk. It just felt like pulling teeth to get any information out of him especially, and in the end I just didn’t care enough. There’s a character the author introduces towards the end of the story and although the way she wrote one particular scene threw me for a loop,
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Sooooooo fantastic. Strongly reccommend
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is beyond awesome! Great characters and story, I could not put down
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Wish there was more. This was the first solo book I have read of Taryn's and I am a fan. Will definitely be checking out her other books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Amazing!!!!
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book kept me entranced until the last couple chapters Sorry, but I was very disappointed and now I'm not even sure liked this book because it left me feeling unfulfilled