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Evil Love: An Enemies to Lovers Secret Society Romance by [Ella Fields]

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Wowzer! Bully romance at its best! Flo, Goodreads reviewer. 

Enemies to lovers. Bully romance. Secret Society. Initiations. Secrets. Debauchery. Obsession. Dark Romance. Angst. This book world is like no other story by Ella and it was absolutely addictive. - Vivian, Goodreads reviewer. 

Evil Love is definitely Ella Fields' best book to date-it totally consumed me. Deviously creative, defiantly original, and totally addictive. The Romantic Rush Book Blog.

I cannot speak highly enough about how Ella made this bully romance completely unique. I have never met another heroine like Fern. A central theme that this book carries is limits, what are they and how far are you willing to go? - Just Clay Reads.

Ella Fields is a master at creating angsty high school/college romance, but this time, she's outdone herself by taking that genre to a whole new level with Evil Love. Tammy, Goodreads reviewer.

I couldn't get enough of this story-I devoured it! We Like Them Dark.

Think secret society. A small island owned by the elite, fueled by rumors, debauchery, and age-old traditions. New adult goodness: teenage angst, heartbreak, and an epic love story at the centre of it all. To top it all off, the quirkiest heroine you've ever come across and her high school tormentor. - Rumi, Goodreads reviewer. 

Jude is the hero you love to hate. My favorite Ella Fields book yet! I read this in a day. I'm NOT a fast reader but I could not put it down. Allison, The Reading Escapade Book Blog.

Evil Love is messy, intense and unforgettable. The emotions are epic. The characters are special. The heat and heart are balanced perfectly and uniquely. Evil Love is an extreme angst fest through and through. - PP's Bookshelf.

One thing is clear. If you choose an Ella Fields book, it is guaranteed to be something you haven't read before. - Jen, Dirty Bad Bloggers.

Ella Fields brings us her signature angst, takes us on an unpredictable journey full of twists and misdirection, gives us a couple that long-time Ella fans will be adding to their favorites list, and ups her game with a plot that is sharp and unique. Evil Love has everything I look for in a 5-star read. Stories and Coffee.

I will not forget this book any time soon. Top favorite book of the year!! - Lina's Reviews Book Blog.

This is an Ella Fields original you want, no, need in your life. Seriously, like yesterday! Not going to lie, I wanted to stay. I read this book so fast I stared at 'The End' like it personally offended me. And it did because I didn't want to freaking leave. - Native Hippies Book Obsession.

Bully romance at its very best. Up there in my top bully books of all time. Michelle, Book Nerd. 

Ella Fields has once again cemented why she is a go-to author for me with Evil Love. - Stacie R, Goodreads reviewer. 

I thought I had seen the best of Ella's writing but my god... she has completely ruined me. Is it too soon to say best book of 2020? Katie's Kindle Addictions.
With an abundance of emotions this story and its characters will leave you gasping for air and keep you on the edge of your seat. - Vanessa, Nessreads.

Evil Love is Ella Fields' unique, gorgeous twist on the bully romance trope. This is the kind of book you devour once then immediately go back to reread! - Wall Street Journal bestselling author, Giana Darling.

Every time I read a new book by Ella Fields I say it's my new favorite. She just gets better and better. I love a good bully romance and Evil Love is just that. It's definitely one of my top reads of 2020. I LOVED the angst! Evil Love is a must read!! Kelly, Goodreads reviewer.

Product details

  • ASIN ‏ : ‎ B08H16GVSQ
  • Publication date ‏ : ‎ September 3, 2020
  • Language ‏ : ‎ English
  • File size ‏ : ‎ 655 KB
  • Simultaneous device usage ‏ : ‎ Unlimited
  • Text-to-Speech ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader ‏ : ‎ Supported
  • Enhanced typesetting ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • X-Ray ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Word Wise ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Print length ‏ : ‎ 304 pages
  • Lending ‏ : ‎ Enabled
  • Customer Reviews:
    4.3 out of 5 stars 387 ratings

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5.0 out of 5 stars Ella's Best EVER- and one of my new all time favs!
By K. Friend (The Romantic Rush) on September 3, 2020
HOLY HELL- wow, what a story. Hands down, Evil Love is one of my favorite books of the year! Evil Love is definitely Ella Fields' best book to date- it totally consumed me. Deviously creative, defiantly original, and totally addictive. Ella brings that messy, angsty, heart wrenching romantic point of view we all love her for, that way she unflinchingly exposes all facets of love- the good, and the twisted and ugly. But Evil Love has some added twists and layers that feel fresh and unique, a bully meets secret society intrigue - not to mention, these are two of the most original, unique, and captivating leading characters I’ve ever read. I wanted to live in their minds forever.

This all starts with a crush- well, that’s putting it lightly. Fern doesn’t just crush on Jude, she’s quite literally stalking him. The fiery, beautiful social pariah is in love with the most popular boy in school-who also happens to be her next door neighbor, the boyfriend of the most popular girl in school, a boy who doesn’t know she exists, but most importantly, a boy with some dark, dark secrets. Their journey together begins with one forbidden kiss- one bold, ambitious act from a besotted girl and one moment of weakness and perplexing curiosity from a broken boy. That catalyzes a relationship full of contrasts- beautiful and painful, empowering and toxic, healing and damaging, liberating and constraining. But most importantly, a relationship that is life altering and soul shaping. I won’t say much else about how that unfolds- the plot complexities here were HUGELY surprising and interesting, not your normal Ella Fields new adult vibe. There is a whole added dimension of darkness and intrigue and tension that further elevated the emotional stakes and nuances and accelerated a lot of the growth and development. I will say this- it was RIVETING. I could not stop reading. Epic book hangover!

Fern- my goodness, there is no one like her. This character is one of the most ORIGINAL, innovative takes on a heroine I’ve read in a really long time. I freaking FLOVE this odd little character. She is so different and so fresh. She’s quirky, eccentric, and feisty- but she’s also highly intelligent, oddly confident, strong but naive. Ella makes her such a fascinating character to root for- on one hand, we find her endearing and charming, and on the other we find her obsessive tendencies to be erratic, irrational, and, well, a bit creepy. But what makes her gain our compassion, and ultimately err on the side of endearing, is just how lonely Fern truly is. She’s isolated, an unexpected outcast, and she just wants to connect. And when she can’t have a normal relationship, she creates a connection through her obsession- one that feels oddly familiar to anyone who has ever been a teenage girl. What I loved most about Fern, however, was just how unapologetic she was about who she is and what she wants. It’s hard, at times, to watch her debase and humiliate herself to get her desires, but I still found myself respecting her boldness. And my gosh, she’s strong. Yes, she breaks a lot, understandably, but every hurdle this girl jumps makes her stronger, more herself, and more admirable.

Jude is my favorite Ella hero ever- he’s so nuanced and complicated. And what a sexy talker! He’s devious, malicious and cruel. Selfish and self-important. But, he’s also hurting- his bravado merely a mask to hide his decaying soul, the darkness that is slowly consuming him. And that makes him angry, erratic, and volatile. But he’s not without kindness or conscience, not without remorse or hope- they are just deeply buried. And Fern, well, he’s scared of what Fern ignites in him- not realizing she might actually be a balm to his scorched soul instead of the flame. Their chemistry is a destructive INFERNO. It is infuriating, inexplicable, maddening, unpredictable, and ever changing- and I could not get enough of them.

What I have always loved and respected about Ella’s stories is just how unapologetic she, and thus her characters, are about exploring the emotional spectrum that is loving. She treats love like the complex experience it is- just like the infamous motto used in this book- supreme benefits at supreme costs. Ella recognizes that the highs can’t exist without the lows- euphoria without pain, peace without chaos. To truly know love is to explore the whole emotional spectrum- including the ugly, hurtful aspects of loving. Oh, and does she go there with Fern and Jude.

These two characters are desperate and obsessive. Sure, Fern is the openly “boy crazy” conception of obsession, but Jude is obsessive, too. Both are willing to go to great lengths- morally ambiguous, emotionally destructive, heart altering lengths- in order to get what they want. For Fern, that starts out being Jude, and for Jude it is the power and prestige of his family legacy. But that’s the tricky thing about obsession- it blinds you, paralyzes you in some way, it’s an evil kind of love- and when they both FINALLY have their heart’s desire in their grasp, it’s too late to realize that the moral, emotional, and personal sacrifices and compromises they’ve made have fundamentally altered them…and even more shockingly, that thing that they wanted, well, its toxic and destructive. And that is the incredibly interesting journey of this couple- we see them at various phases of an obsessive addiction, we see them doing harmful and unnatural things to get it, and then we see them both destroyed by it. And that, well that is SO MUCH more than angst- no, Ella redefines it. She explores it in such a more psychologically complex way. That’s why this story is so hard, that is why it is so intense- because love isn’t easy, love isn’t neat- LOVE IS MESSY. Love can be evil.

But the journey doesn’t end there. Because we then get to experience these characters post destruction, as they have learned, as they are trying to heal, and as they are fundamentally different, in good and bad ways. And these two- they don't only share obsessive tendencies, they also share a deep desire to be truly seen. And they see each other- including the horrible parts of each other, which helps them then better see their own self. As much as this story is about two people testing their limits when it comes to desire, this is also two people trying to understand REAL love while trying to freaking understand who their own self. And isn’t that the hardest part of our humanity? For so long they’ve been consumed by what they think they want, they’ve not had time to process what that has done to who they are, if it was worth it. And what, then, it means for who they want to be. And their growth, my goodness- this is some riveting character development, my friends.

I cannot stop thinking about Fern and Jude- this is one of those rare books that I was miserably counting down the pages mentally begging for it not to be over. Evil Love shows us love that is chaos, love that is cruel, love that is sweet and pure, love that hurts, and love that heals. Because to truly feel love is to know them all. There is nothing more interesting, more captivating than the exploration of the human heart-what love can do to a person, how love can change them. No one explores this as mesmerizingly as Ella Fields. I can’t wait to reread this book!
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