F*cK Love

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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.






How do you explain the feeling of knowing something is going to be great, to it surpassing your expectations, for reasons you didn’t see coming? Tarryn Fisher is an exceptional author, her writing is not only captivating but it is magnificent. It is very rare to see one author delve into different genres and succeed EVERY. SINGLE. TIME.

As an avid reader and a HUGE Fisher fan, I know to never expect anything less then perfection when it comes to Tarryn and her work. You can call me biased, say I’m blinded by typical reader-author infatuation, but the truth of the matter is that there are very few authors, who unbeknownst to readers, press publish on their work on any random day and rank as the #1 Best Seller in the specified genre. For me that speaks volumes.

F*ck Love is not your typical contemporary romance novel. Peppered with cryptic messages and profound and poignant statements, F*ck Love has Tarryn’s signature style written ALL OVER IT

Falling in love with Kit, her best friend’s boyfriend Helena questions her whole life and her future. Determined, she searches for answers. In a story about heartache and self-discovery, Tarryn’s vulnerable yet, fiercely determined protagonist; Helena battles between her head, her heart, the roadblocks of reality and the open-ended notion of fate. In a perfectly executed juxtaposition, Helena’s wit, sarcasm and humour, highlights her honesty, her vulnerability and her desire for love.

Set in Port Townsend, Washington, the imagery produced by Tarryn’s words heightens the kaleidoscope of emotions portrayed throughout this story. As each landmark is described in detail, the setting of the story significantly deepens the connection between Helena and Kit. Along, with an array of secondary characters, Fisher gives them personalities that are instrumental to the direction of the story. Holding the evolution of Kit and Helena in their hands, these characters are much more then bystanders in this story.

F*ck Love will have you hooked from the very beginning and many readers will find Helena to be a character that resonates with them on so many levels. As Tarryn effortlessly captures Helena’s pain, frustration, heartache and personal redemption, readers are no doubt, witnessing the authenticity, the complexity, the diversity and brilliance of Tarryn Fisher

There is only war in love.”

If anyone tells you otherwise, they’re lying. The constant fight to keep love relevant, while growing and changing as a human, is the battle. You fight for them, fight to keep them, fight to love them.”



Tarryn Fisher’s Bio

Tarryn Fisher is a New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author of seven novels.  Her newest novel, F*ck Love, will release in early 2016 and she is currently working on the third installment of Never Never. She is the co-founder of Clothed Caption, a fashion blog she runs with her friend, Madison Seidler. Tarryn resides in the Seattle area with her family. She loves rainy days, Coke, and thinks Instagram is the new Facebook.  Tarryn is represented by Amy Tannenbaum of the Jane Rotrosen Agency.

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2 thoughts on “F*cK Love

  1. mustreadbooksordie says:

    I tried to comment on your review this morning, but my phone was not being nice!!!

    Love your thoughts to pieces, and love that this book affected you in the same way it did me. Her writing is captivating, and the characters are people that oddly enough I would want to be besties with (I could so be a better friend to Helena than Della).

    ❤ this book and author and review and you!

    • beautedelivres says:

      I’ll be besties with Helena any day!!! LOL – I loved it for so many reasons it was so hard to split it into reasons I love the author and reasons I love this book but I tried, I think. Thank you for reading it.

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