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Ugly Love: A Novel

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Ugly Love: A Novel

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PredictableVery rinse and repeat.... Dude with a tragic past cant let anyone in or love him blah blah blah... Girl who falls in love with blah blah blah... Rolled my eyes 52 times! Tate had a lot going for her but she was too stupid to put an end to her and miles "relationship" because......wait for it.... Big surprise..... She was falling in love with him even tho he made his feelings CLEAR! She would've been better off ditching him cuz she could've done a lot better then some whiny angsty guy but then again as i mentioned before she was just too stupid. I'm not an author and never will be but this book was just too much. Good day and good night.1Hard to put down!Every once in a while, I get so engrossed in a story that I binge-read until the end, and this was one of those stories for me! It's a simple story about two people connecting that have plenty of reasons to avoid the attraction. The underlying premise is a question we've all contemplated: can there ever really be a friends-with-benefits scenario where feelings don't get involved? I read some of the negative reviews, and people didn't find the female character very realistic, or the story very relatable, but I disagree. I liked the fact that the strong, independent, intelligent female shows vulnerability in making choices based on emotion rather than intellect. It's what makes life frustratingly interesting. What fun is a story where the strong characters always make the right choices? My criticisms are that I would have liked for the setting of this story to have been more involved, and I would have liked for a few other characters to have been developed more fully. I loved the ending, but thought the epilogue was a little overkill. This would be a great beach read--fun enough to get your romance fix without being overly mired in drama!5Ugly LoveAt the heart of the story is pilot Miles Archer who has a tortured past that prevents him from moving on and falling in love again. Enter nurse Tate Collins, who comes to temporarily live with her brother Corbin in his apartment building. This is how Tate and Miles meet, Miles lives in the apartment across the hallway.Miles and Tate are attracted to each other but Miles is reserved and aloof. He admits to Tate that he hasn t been with a woman in six years. He makes her a proposition however, they can get into a sexual relationship, no strings attached. Tate agrees but as hard as she tries not to get emotionally attached she can t help but start to fall in love with him.The story is told in alternating chapter flashbacks from Miles past. I liked the flashbacks, one chapter would end from six years ago, leaving a little cliffhanger, then the next chapter would go onto the present time with Miles and Tate.Miles heartbreaking past is slowly revealed and I have to admit I teared up a little.I m big on book settings, one thing I did not like is that I didn t feel the San Francisco setting here. I would have loved a few vivid descriptions thrown in here and there. Aside from that minor qualm, Ugly Love was good, it was really good contemporary romance. The steamy scenes between Miles and Tate were perfect, they had great chemistry. The dynamic between them worked, Miles needed someone to rescue him and Tate was that person. She had alot of patience for him.Sometimes love bites but the main theme in Ugly Love is that it is worth it nonetheless.I have read her before and Colleen Hoover has a way of writing that just draws you in. She makes her characters seem like real people and she makes you care about what happens to them as she tells you their stories. I recommend Ugly Love if you enjoy new adult contemporary romance with characters who have haunted pasts.4Not worth the read.The basics:1. Teenagers shouldn't be having sex. They are not emotionally mature enough to handle all of the consequences.2. Sex is not the same as love. It can't heal you and can further damage you emotionally.3. Miles should have been in counseling after the traumatic event to work through all that entails.4. This is not a romance novel. It's a novel of hurting people who are misguided and think sex will get them what they want.5. Very disappointing read. I would not recommend it to anyone.1Amazing, amazing, amazing.I am late to the Ugly Love party, but I am SO GLAD that I got on this train! I never thought I'd spend $8 on a book, but I decided to give it a chance after reading some other reviews and I am so glad that I did! This book was absolutely amazing, and I could not put it down. I read it in a single day, in between parenting. I would have otherwise read it in a single sitting!Miles is so unbelievably broken and hardened. He doesn't think that he deserves to be happy or have joy in his life. But when he meets his friend's little sister, Tate, for the first time in six years, Miles feels something again. But all he can offer Tate is a physical relationship. At first, that's enough for the nursing student, but it's not long before Tate wants his emotions and heart as well. But since Miles told her that the two rules to their friends-with-benefits agreement was to not ask about his past and to not expect a future, things get complicated and messy!I loved everything about this story. The characters were rich, the friendships were solid, the hints into Miles' past and why he became the man he is now were amazing. I laughed and I cried. And I went back to re-read sections again. Absolutely amazing.5 Four Stars God gives us the ugliness so we don t take the beautiful things in life for granted. - Ugly Love.SYNOPSIS: When Tate Collins meets airline pilot Miles Archer, she knows it isn t love at first sight. They wouldn t even go as far to consider themselves friends. The only thing Tate and Miles have in common is an undeniable mutual attraction. Once their desires are out in the open, they realize they have the perfect set-up. He doesn t want love, she doesn t have time for love, so that just leaves the sex. Their arrangement could be surprisingly seamless, as long as Tate can stick to the only two rules Miles has for her. Never ask about the past. Don t expect a future. They think they can handle it, but realize almost immediately they can t handle it at all. Hearts get infiltrated. Promises get broken. Rules get shattered. Love gets ugly. - Ugly Love.REVIEW: Originally, because of the title, I thought this book would be a little darker- maybe closer to Colleen s other title Too Late . Well it definitely wasn t, although I enjoyed the book for what it was. I loved the aspect about a sort of friends-with-benefits situation and trying to find out what Miles had been hiding about his past. I thought the plot was well done, and it was good that we got to read from both characters perspectives to get the whole story in the end. Colleen Hoover is the master of romance books, so if you like any of her other books, you will like this one as well.I enjoyed both Tate and Miles as characters. I thought they were fairly realistic and I was invested in them. Sometimes Miles frustrated me a bit and I wanted to shake him, however I am sure in those moments Tate did as well, which adds to the quality of emotion in this book. Unlike some of Colleen s other books, this one didn t make me cry, and I was a bit surprised about it! I think that in this book there are sad moments, however I didn t feel that emotion throughout the whole book like some of her other titles.Overall, I think this book was great! It wasn t my favorite book of Colleen Hoover s, but it is wonderful nonetheless. If you are looking for a heartfelt and heartbreaking romance, then this one is for you.4So emotional!Why it took me so long to pick this book up & read it is beyond me. Once again Colleen Hoover made me fall in love with her characters & then ripped my heart out of my chest, tore it to pieces, then stomped on it, but eventually mended it back together again. I loved Miles & Tate but I wanted to smack Miles upside the head for being too stubborn. He really needed to wake up & smell the coffee but I understood why he couldn t. I loved the way Colleen wrote this one, visiting Miles past in different chapters. It was a very important part of the story. Colleen s books always have a lot of emotion in them & I love that. I smile when the characters are happy, I cry when their hearts are breaking, I laugh when they make a joke. The feels are all there. She always makes me feel like I m in the story with the characters too. That makes it so much better. I will always buy & read her novels because I know that I m always going to love them.5OH EM GEEI ve been on a Colleen Hoover kick lately and I m pretty sure she s currently my second favorite author now! All the feels that I got from this book were indescribable!Tate Collins decided to temporarily move in with her brother, Corbin, an airline pilot, while she saves for her own place and goes to school for her Masters in Nursing. On her first day at her brothers apartment complex, she finds a drunk man sleeping in front of the door and blocking her entrance to her brothers apartment; as she attempts to go around him to get inside, the man then wakes up and tries to get in too. Tate panics and closes the door on his hand. Well, apparently this man, turns out to be a friend/co-worker of her brother and was locked out of his apartment right across the hall. Airline pilot, Miles Archer has a past that he can t get away from and because of it he refuses to ever allow himself to love again. And although Tate almost broke his hand, the attraction between Miles and Tate is undeniable. Since neither of them are interested in a relationship, they both settle on being friends-with-benefits. They both have their own rules to be applied to this agreement, but somewhere along the lines, the rules begin to get muddied and confusing as feelings develop. Will it ever be possible for Miles to deal with his past so that he can finally have a future? Will Tate be able to stick around long enough while Miles deals with his demons? Every time I m with him, he fills my heart up more and more, and the more it s filled with pieces of him, the more painful it ll be when he rips it out of my chest as though it never belonged there in the first place. Tate. I absolutely loved Tate and her character; as much as she wanted Miles, she was controlled in her actions, she didn t come off as pathetic and needy. She lived in the reality of things on one hand, she knows she wants more than what he s able to give her and on the other hand, she can t help but stick around for what she can get even though she knows it won t end the way she hopes. I ve never met anyone who can say so little when they speak. He s definitely perfected the art of evasiveness. Tate. Has anyone ever dealt with a person who answers your questions in such an evasive way but you have no choice but to accept the answers being given, even though you need to hear more?The writing in this book is so powerful, Colleen Hoover is an expert at ripping my heart out in a book and then somehow she manages to mend it back together again. She writes the story as a present day view of Tate, viewing the way that their relationship takes off; as well as the past of Miles, so you feel the depths of the pain that Miles experienced, leading him to the hardened, closed off way that he is today. It s the beautiful moments like these that make up for the ugly love. By the end, you truly understand what Ugly Love really means.*Side note there was a movie made based on this book, starring the sexy Nick Bateman!! Which is now on my list of must see movies (insert fangirl scream here)! check out my review on loveatfirstreadcom.wordpress.com53.253,25I think I'm finally getting out of my reading slump!!!!!mmm I'd like to say that I liked this book, but I didn't love it, Tate was very weak, insecure at times, and could not say no!, and that's not the kind of message you want to spread out there, and Miles, yes, he had his reasons to act and be the way he was, but he treated Tate so bad at times, and made her suffer so much, that you don't see the relationship that good. I think I was expecting more of this books. It ends with us is my fave Colleen Hoover book.It was a quick read though, I can't wait to read more of Colleen Hoover's books.3DisappointingI hated the message that this book sent. It's the story of Tate, reasonably intelligent woman in her 20s who agrees to have a sex-only relationship with Miles, a pilot in his 20s. They have sex and he won't look at her. After the sex she has to leave his apartment. This happens repeatedly and Tate feels increasingly hurt. She wants love or at least some expression of emotion. She starts to rebel about the relationship until she sees him again. Then she turns "to water." He's the ship cutting through the water and she's the wake following him. She also experiences self-hate over her weakness. So it's the story of a young woman with no self-confidence or self-respect who jumps in bed whenever Miles wants her. We learn why Miles is the way he is. But we're supposed to believe he has a sudden epiphany, resolves his teen misery, and suddenly opens up to Tate. And she of course accepts him back. The only positive is that the writing is decent.2
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