A Sucky Love Story: Overcoming Unhappily Ever After

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Publisher Description

Where does a moderately popular internet star who never leaves her house look for potential suitors? Online. Tinder, Bumble, Match.com, OkCupid—I tried them all. My thirty-one-year-old self clicked and swiped her little heart out, leading to more dates than I could count, and more disappointment than I was prepared for.

Maybe you can relate. Maybe you know all too well the perils of modern dating. But let’s say, eventually, you meet someone. You think to yourself, “Wow, they’re perfect! Take me off the market, put a ring on it, knock me up, the whole enchilada, because they are ‘the one.’” Let’s also say that they “feel the same way” about you. Your life starts to make sense! All the pain, heartbreak, and frustration from past failed relationships was worth it. Slow clap.

That’s how I felt about Milos. He was from Europe, a doctor, wealthy, athletic. He had an accent and a dog. Milos was textbook marriage material.

For him it was “love at first sight,” but for me, it was “anxiety on every date.”

Something was telling me to run—but for two years, the only running I did was straight into his arms.

If only I would have listened.

This isn’t a love story.

It’s my story of survival.

December 4
Post Hill Press
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Debbie, B. ,

Second Chances…

After rereading this book, I found I was terribly harsh on Brittani. She was extremely clueless, but didn’t deserve any of what she went through. I’m glad her and Rex are safe and happy… I just hope one day she finds REAL LOVE! As for Milos…. He is the absolute worst! The very first “Influencer Hijacker”

Dani $$$$ ,

Waste of time

I read this when it first came out as a young teenager & I used to empathize with her. After rereading years later I realize this is a GROWN woman who put herself in every single predicament she found herself in, and deserved everything she got. She does not take accountability for what she chose to agree to. Instead she plays the victim role of an innocent ditzy white girl that we are all supposed to feel bad for. What grown adult listens to a man tell her not to wear condoms & then is surprised when she turns out pregnant? & what did she expect to happen when she kept his child? If you would like your IQ to drop I would 100% recommend this book.

Tunaaa1cow ,

Perspective and relatability

Domestic violence is scary and traumatizing. And a huge problem today is people thinking domestic violence is an argument gone wrong with physical actions to harm the other person. This comes to show how manipulation and narcissism can alter someone’s brain to such a large extent to allow yourself to be put in dangerous situations. But it’s all just mind control that makes you seem unreasonable so this completely adjusts personalities. This stuff needs talked about more. Thank you Brittany for revealing very difficult memories to relive.

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