“F*** you for breaking my f***ing heart…”
This is the heart-breaking yet hilarious story of Jimmy Rowland and Erin Poppet.
Jimmy Rowland has the perfect life. He works in his favourite bar by day, and by night he lives his dream with his two best friends in his band.
Erin Poppet crashes into Jimmy’s life like a beautiful storm. He falls in love with her as quickly and as deeply as possible. The intensity of their relationship leaves Jimmy with a broken heart, a useless vacuum and a demon inside him.
Jimmy’s dream life quickly becomes a nightmare when he loses his dream job and destroys his musical career live on stage.
When he hits rock bottom, he decides he only has one choice, to rebuild his life from scratch. He has to get back the life he had before Erin.
This is her story. This is his story. This is their story.
Or as Jimmy would say…
“… this is the story of You, Me and Us.”
This book was sent to me I exchange of an honest review
At first, I’d like to apologise for how short this review might be, but I’ve been reading lots of romance lately that apparently I’m burning out and I’m feeling that ugly dreaded reading slump making its return.
Anyway, this story is told from one POV. Although I would have preferred if it was dual just to know what the other character had in mind.
Jimmy is this awkward guy that I had a hard time following his thoughts and actions. There were moments when I wanted to shake him yelling “Make your mind!! man up and just do it, good dammit”
He appeared to be weak (in term of personality), needy (SUPER) and clingy/possessive making it look like his life revolves around one specific girl.
I don’t know about Erin, but she appeared to be a complete jerk. Leading her boyfriend on rather than properly communicating with him about what she truly wanted or when she felt things are being rushed than usual.
The ending is kinda blurry and confusing, at least to me, It didn’t help that I finished reading the book by midnight, with a foggy-sleep-deprived brain 😂