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Love's Suicide: Love's Suicide by [Foor, Jennifer]
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Editorial Reviews


"Jenn has knocked it out of the park with this one!  Brooks is the kind of guy every girl dreams of meeting and getting to keep. You just can't help but fall in love with him.  Also, he's mine, ladies, so hands off!"
~Michelle Leighton
New York Times and USA Today Bestselling Author

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"There aren't enough words to explain how much I love Love's Suicide.  I've been a huge fan of Foor since her Mitchell family series, and that craving for more of her books has never wavered.  However, Love's Suicide wasn't just another one of her books I adore, it was so much more.  It had me falling in love all over again with her genius hardcore.
I really feel like this is her best work to date.  I don't say that lightly because her other books are still on my top reads list.  There was just something about this book that touched me so deeply I felt every emotion she created, to a point that it wasn't healthy.  
It's been a long time since I was able to feel so deeply for a cast that they became REAL.  They are all so well developed that you get the feeling that you're living this life right along side of them.  It becomes something past fiction.  That feeling of reality is what pushes this past a 5 star book and on my list of 6 star reads.
I HIGHLY recommend everyone reads this book.  Get lost in the Foor world because I know it's a world I never want to leave."  

Harper Sloan
Best Selling Author

"Love's Suicide is a book that will forever stick with you. Jenn Foor weaves your heart and mind through so many emotions, you're liable to get whiplash. I couldn't put it down. And once it was over, I wanted more."
-Erika Ashby
Best Selling Author

Product Details

  • File Size: 2023 KB
  • Print Length: 588 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Jennifer Foor (February 26, 2014)
  • Publication Date: February 26, 2014
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Enhanced Typesetting: Enabled
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #241,481 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Anna E. Stonefield on March 2, 2014
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When I rate a book highly, 4-5 stars, I don't always feel the need to review it at length or give reasons. When I review a book poorly, under 4 and I can pinpoint or explain what didn't work for me, I try to do it.

I saw this book on Amazon and then researched it here. It was hailed as wonderful with all the five star reviews. Even though I noticed a large number of those were Beta and ARC readers, I decided I liked the love triangle premise. At 25%, I was ready to text my fellow book club members to get on this book! It was an interesting premise, it flowed well with interesting characters and emotions. The author did a FAB job pacing the book and growing relationships of the three principles through junior high, high school, and college. The turning point for me was when Katy moved to SC.

Katy fled the twin brothers, Brooks and Branch she was in love with, and met Bobby in small town America. Bobby was a true friend to her and helped her through her heart break over the twins. He was patient and caring for her through her pregnancy from another man, even willingly marrying her so she could get added to his health insurance. He admitted his love for her and she was honest with him that she cared, but wasn't in love with him. Bobby did become abusive on a couple occasions and they separated. He entered counseling and still helped her, treating her child as his own. When he was injured, she moved him back in to help him out and they reconciled.

All the while, Katy was still harboring emotions for another. She was so incredibly wishy washy I started to hate her. Long story short, she reaches back out to her true love and baby daddy, Brooks, through letters. She never tells him she is married to another, she never tells him about his kid.
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I am usually a big fan of this author but I'm sorry to say I had to skip through to finish. The h is so needy she drove me crazy! Not to mention she can't make up her mind whose bed she should be in. She went from loving one brother to deciding she would marry his twin, to sleeping with the other brother the night before she's to marry, to marrying another guy rotationally different and telling him she'd never love him. Then sleeping with one of the twins again. Ok. So, are you as confused as I felt was while reading this? Don't even get me started about the big secret at the ending. That was really so unnecessary. I still can't believe it was even in the book. I guess there are a lot of readers that like a lot of drama. Sorry to leave such a poor review but I am only telling you what's in the book. It might be something you would like. It's my opinion.
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I just don't know how to rate this. While reading I was thinking 3 stars but I've always said a story not finished is 1 star. So then giving up at 77% has me conflicted.

Firstly I have to say I didn't give up because I hated the story. I think it was a good plot with great ideas and the writing was of Jenn's normal high quality. I just could not stand Katy. Like seriously hating her more and more as the story went on and getting more and more frustrated. Having 40 books to read this month I just couldn't justify spending more time on this book when I wasn't in love with it.

I felt a lot of the story not just Kat was back and forth. I loved Brooks and think if this story was dual POV it would've eased the pain of listening to Kat! She was so back and forth and I'm not sure whether it was on purpose or not. She says Branch is a great lover, then later on says he's not. She says Bobby is a bad lover and later on he's the best, oh and then later again he's bad! She decided not to tell Brooks about the baby and then tells him she was always going to tell him. I just didn't get if she was a liar or stupid. I could not connect with her and was honestly sick of her whinging by the time I gave up.

What pushed me to give up was the way she treated Branch and his new girl at the little family reunion. Like they had done something so terrible, like her sleeping with his brother on the night before their wedding was ok and that was his fault too. What was the worst thing he did, as a teenage boy manipulate them both into thinking each wasn't interested. Big deal, get over yourself Katy. Then she carried on like she was so above them, saying she would listen and laugh at her friends voice messages. Really Katy?
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It isn't easy to put into words exactly how I feel about the story. I will try.

I liked the essence of the book. "Love is forever". I loved the characters of Brooks and B. I couldn't care less about the rest. I don't know if it had to do with the early tragedy in Kat's life but she seemed to learn nothing from the life lessons being presented to her on a regular basis. The very first scene describing the three of them trying to learn how to French kiss was the first lesson she missed and from there it was mistake after mistake.

Though I didn't like the things Branch and Bobby did I felt sorry for them a very little bit. She was clueless to her lessons making the same mistakes over and over until I almost didn't read the rest of the book. Turn around and leave but don't freakin' run. She showed strength in some instances but lacked courage in others.

The same story could have been told in half the number of pages. It dragged on and the filler was just a bunch of mistakes. I'm going to stop her because the rest of the review would require spoiler alert.

I don't recommend this book.
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