Friday, June 24, 2016

Review: HE LOVES ME NOT by Christine Kersey

Lily is at her first day of college and meets Trevor, whom she quickly becomes smitten with. With not-so-great social skills, she would much rather stay in her room and read than go to a party. Lily soon becomes infatuated deeply with Trevor, and then the note. “Stay away from him.”

Story starts off mundane as she goes over her life, her classes, her living situation, etc. Lily is very “Felicity”—too naïve, too green, too “deer caught in the headlights.” She has unreal expectations of Trevor—he’s just a guy! 

Feelings of jealousy, possession, and eagerness consume her—not good!

I did wonder who was sending the threatening notes to her, but, unfortunately, I couldn’t keep up with all the monotony and all the lovey-dovey crap between Lily and Trevor. Seriously, Trevor didn’t sound all that great to me. I don’t know why Lily goes gaga for him.

This book is just like the title indicated, except that it really should’ve been: “He loves me, he loves me not” because all they do is break up and make up. Oh, god!

My rating: 2 stars

No comments:

Post a Comment