Lovesick by T. L. Smith


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Book Description

I couldn’t do broken.
Broken is what he was.
Broken is what I will always be.
To his eyes, that held so much despair, I couldn’t look for long.
To his fist, that clenched so tightly, like he was locking away the sorrow.
To his lips, that never uttered a word, from the years of heartbreak.
And despite it all, I couldn’t stay away from him.
It was like he was drowning in an ocean, and I wanted to grab his face, and whisper to his lips, “Don’t forget to breathe.”
This was how I fell for a man. A man who was so lovesick, I was afraid he would drown me in that same ocean he was lost in.
My Review
I really didn’t know how to feel about this book. It was completely different than what I was expecting when I read the description.
The story was an interesting concept, but I just couldn’t connect to the characters at all. There was some back story to them, but not enough to really let me feel me a connection to them. Kohl was an interesting character, but he was so closed off. We get a lot from him in flashbacks, but that’s pretty much it. When the big plot twist happens, I just didn’t feel much emotion towards it because I never got that connection in the beginning with either character. Keegan was less closed off and we got some more backstory from her, but I still just couldn’t form that connection with her.
I can’t really go into other reasons why this book didn’t get a higher rating for me because I don’t want to spoil the plot.
All in all this book had an interesting plot, but it just didn’t connect me to the story at all.
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