My TBR List | The Anti- Romance Theme

Posted February 4, 2017 by Tina in Reviews / 7 Comments

My TBR List is hosted by Michelle @ Because Reading. My TBR List was created to help you attempt to get through your entire TBR. On the first Saturday of every month, you select 3 books of your TBR, create a post with those 3 books and YOU, yes you vote for the one you think I should read. The winner is announced the following Saturday and the last Saturday of the month is when my review will be posted.

Each month I try and make the three books have a theme so that way it’s a little more fun for me. This month, I decided to do an Anti-Romance theme since February is the month for love.

(Disclaimer: I’m totally sorry for all the F bombs in the titles, that was totally beyond my control.)

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 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.

– This is NOT a romance. This is a hilariously screwed-up love story.
– This book does NOT have a typical happily-ever-after.
– The hero and heroine in this book are NOT billionaires who look like supermodels. They are normal people, like you and me.

Laney Hill is screwed. On the bed. On the treadmill. On the hood of a BMW. And on her boss’s desk. Then she’s screwed again when she steps into the free clinic and finds out she has gonorrhea. That dirty prick gave her gonorrhea! She’s totally going to break up with him…until he breaks up with her…because he’s married!

A night out drinking with friends leads to a fateful–yet awkwardly-sloppy–kiss between her and her best friend George Bratton.

George has been single and pining for his ex-girlfriend ever since their breakup two years ago. When his ex invites him to her destination wedding in London, self-destructive George and gonorrhea survivor Laney make a deal to go as each other’s dates. It will make great material for Laney’s “Anti-Romance” blog and maybe it will help George finally get over his ex. Nothing could possibly go wrong, right?

WARNING: This book contains handcuffs, hair pulling, perverted Valentine’s cards, and all other sorts of naughty. This book is NOT intended for anyone who dislikes hot sex scenes, bad boys, or nerds with kinky sides. Read at your own risk.

Andi Fisher hates Valentine’s Day for obvious reasons. First off, she’s single. Second, she’s single. And third, well, she’s fucking single. Like it isn’t hard enough watching the lovey-dovey couples on campus and listening to her roommate’s wild sexcapades at night. Why does there have to be a holiday to grind the salt in Andi’s proverbial wounds?

Resigned to watching reruns of “Sleepless in Seattle” and binge eating on half-priced holiday chocolates, Andi is surprised when not one but two guys start to take in interest in her. Sexy, tattooed Quinn and the equally hot, but totally nerdy Preston. Either way, Andi might have Valentine’s Day plans that she didn’t expect …

February BOTM Should Be:

F*ck Love by Tarryn Fisher
Anti-Romance by Cassia Leo
Fuck Valentine’s Day by C.M Stunich

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Which one should I read in February?

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