Love Me, Love Me Not

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Can I love my enemy, the bully who tormented me?
How can I not?
I'm addicted—pulled in by their promises, lured by their darkness.
Maybe there's more to the monster I've vilified.
I'll take the risk and give them my heart...


Dark, twisted YA love stories that prove love can conquer all...

16+ due to sexuality and adult situations

The God Note by Sasha Hibbs (MF)

Stolen Skies by Melissa Frost and Lily Marianne (MF)

Between Us by Elizabeth Arroyo (MM)

To Be You by Laura M. Baird (FF)

Seek Me Out by Joss Phoenix (MF)

Love Lies Bleeding by Christine Anna Kirchoff (MF)

Scars that Heal by Katie Kent (FF)

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Score: 5 out of 5 (based on 4 ratings)
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Wonderful Introduction to Various Young Adult Authors
Written by Suek on 10th Mar 2024

This collection of short vinettes is a great way for young adults to explore authors that perhaps they haven't read before. Each short story falls within the genre of Dark(ish) Bully Romances and offers romances between male/female, male/male and female/female. Its teen audience can expect great romance with tame steam appropriate to this age group. The stories are as advertised short in nature, so character building is somewhat sacrificed. But that is true in this form of story writing and should not be held against these writers. For the most part, I felt they all did a good job telling a compelling and engaging read for me. As with most anthologies, some stories resonated more to my personal taste than others so it would be a disservice to review each individual one. Suffice it say, I didn't regret anything I read. I strongly recommend this collection to anyone who enjoys this genre. I found some new authors to follow for my nieces so well worth the time invested in reading it.

Love Me, Love Me Not
Written by Nichole_Lynn on 10th Mar 2024

I enjoyed this short story and the characters of Raven and Joshua. My only criticism is that I just wanted MORE! I wish the story had been longer. I would have loved to have seen some chapters going back to show us how Raven handled life outside of the abusive home, and how Joshua survived inside. And more into them getting reacquainted with each other, getting to know each other, becoming friends, falling for each other. And then maybe a jump forward into the future with them going to the beach together, after school or once married with their own family.

Excellent Dark Bully Anthology
Written by Andrea R on 10th Mar 2024

This read was really quite good--plots believable and the bully/romance was well written. I loved getting different writing styles of the similar subject matter all in one collection--recommend this book (if you like the darker side of romance)

Many great short stories
Written by themadqueenreads on 10th Mar 2024

This collection of steamy short dark YA romance stories full of a variety of Tropes and all kinds of love is definitely a good read. Every story will drag you into it and are all so well written that it made it hard to put it down when I wad done. I enjoyed each and everyone one of them ?