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- Print Length: 337 pages
- Publisher: Unknown (July 13, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 13, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B073XBBCT9
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #105,876 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Since the Love Me With Lies series, her books have become nothing more than rambling, meandering drivel with no decent, cohesive plot. Her books just do not make sense or seem to have a purpose. It’s irrefutable that she’s a damn good writer, it’s awe-inspiring what she can do with words. But I feel like she’s trying too hard now to come up with tattoo-able phrases for her fans to scribble all over their skin.
AWKAP tries so hard to be deep when really the book was superficial and meaningless. Unfortunately, you won’t find the truth in all these glowing reviews because her fans don’t seem to know how to separate their love for HER—her personality—from her books.
Tarryn is a marketing genius, I’ll give her that. She markets herself more than she markets her books. So whenever she releases a book, she gets five stars by default, regardless of whether the book is garbage or not.
Like I said, I love TF, just like everyone else. She’s awesome and kickass…on Instagram. But I really am tired of her injecting herself into her books. It makes it that much harder to connect when you are constantly picturing the heroine as the author. I mean, lots of authors put pieces of themselves into their stories, but they don’t tell us. They keep that secret to themselves. But TF feels the need to tell us, each time she puts out a book, that this was part of her life or whatever.
Why not just write a memoir and get it over with?
I was bored to hell and back for the first half of this book. Zero connection to the characters and too much blah blah blah, “look at me being all deep and stuff!”
The second half was a little better, I became invested, finally, we’re getting somewhere, and the next thing you know Yara’s mother dies, and the book just… ends. The messy, MESSY issues between the H and h not dealt with. Just like that.
What was the point of this story? Is there supposed to be a book two or something? Because I really don’t get it! I feel like I’ve wasted hours of my time that I will never get back. And you know what, this is exact same feeling I had after finishing Bad Mommy. Like, WTF?
Again, TF is a good writer but she hasn’t an inkling how to plot or tell a story. In my honest opinion, I think she is HIGHLY overrated as a writer.
Will I continue to read her books? Yes. Because I‘m hopeful. After the LMWL series, we all know what she’s capable of. But I have been seeing people saying this is her “best book to date”. So, hey, maybe I’m just a hater who doesn't know what real art is. F me, right?
I probably won’t be jumping to purchase her books as soon they are out anymore. I’m tired of being disappointed.
I’ll leave you with this glorious WTF quote:
"If a man introduces his male friend to his extraordinary new girlfriend, his friend will think-- I want a girl like that. If a woman introduces her new boyfriend to her female friend, the friend will not think-- I want a man like that, but rather, I want that very man."
This book is basically the same as The Opportunist also by Tarryn Fisher. The main character is very much the same; bitter, emotionally stunted and immature because of her lack of relationship with her mother and father. I get the psychology lesson Tarryn is asserting here - someone who was not loved as a child does not know how to love. But that doesn't make this character or her story enjoyable. It's frustrating to see her sabotage her relationships. One of the few ways this book differs from The Opportunist is there is at least the suggestion of HEA here. But we get such a brief glimpse of it at the end that you aren't really sure it will last and we've suffered through so many pages of her emotional constipation that it's just too little too late.
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So many questions to answer
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Tarryn (The Queen) is a beautiful author. Her writing is hypnotizing.