This book is a follow on from The Gods of Love. You don’t have to read the first book before Love Delusion. As this to me could be a stand alone book. This book covers all the bases so don’t worry. (I’ve got the first book just need to read it 🤣)
You start of the book by following Frida around laughing at the thought that people still love each other and her group (or cult) join together each week to discuss future events.
Frida is on her way into the building when a striking gentleman wants to discuss what the love delusion movement is all about and how ridiculous the idea actually sounds. Frida can’t stop thinking about this man knowing she has seen him before. Frida finally gets into the building to talk to her group and discovers that the founding father of The Delusion is coming to visit her city and wants to speak to her group about how well they’re spreading the word about his movement.
Frida cannot contain herself all her hard work has been leading upto this moment. Meeting the man himself or a God/s 😉 she goes home to clean up to get rid of some excitement energy and discovers a photograph. The photograph is her next to someone she’s never even met before or has she?
Frida then goes and discovers who this mysterious person is.
This is where the books starts to get really exciting. After the back story the whole book just gets turned upside down and sideways.
There is talks of secret groups trying to stop this couple getting back together as they are the only ones that could stop the Gods from ruining mortals lives and relationships. The Gods discovered that the more people who fall out of love the stronger they become.
The world and character building is some of the best I have read. I’m really impressed how Nicola Mostyn has written this book. She really gets you engrossed into the book that you don’t notice that the pages are turning over none stop. There is a character called Physce and she is my favourite character in the book. If you read it you will find out why and the fact she couldn’t give a fuck about anything. Not even when she is speaking to Medusa like she isn’t even fazed about what she could do. I did mention there was Greek Gods in this book?
The adventure this couple has once everything clicks into place have is honestly amazing (could be made into a blockbuster film) they travel into the underworld over world whatever world to get where they need to be.
Nothing will stop these two from completing their task and getting every mortal back to feeling the love.
LOVE IS . . . A MYTH?
That’s the belief of Frida McKenzie, devoted member of The Love Delusion movement, determined to cure humans of our ridiculous obsession with love.
But there’s something she’s forgotten…
When Frida finds a mysterious picture of herself with a man she barely knows, the certainties she has about her world begin to unravel.
What are the sinister roots of the cult that seems to have gripped humanity? Why can’t she remember anything about her life before – including the strange(ly attractive) man in that picture? And just when exactly did she take up fantasy role play?
As a battle approaches that’s been millennia in the making, it’s beginning to look like there’s only one question that really matters: if love conquers all, what happens when it’s gone?
Author Bio –
Nicola was born and lives in Manchester. She has a Master’s degree in English Literature and has spent more time immersed in the works of Philip Larkin than is strictly healthy. Her inspirations are Stephen King, Tina Fey and Joss Whedon and as such she’s a big fan of the funny – both ha ha and peculiar. Her debut, The Gods of Love, was shortlisted for The Writers’ Guild Best first novel. The Love Delusion is the companion novel. As well as writing novels, she works as a creativity coach and has written a non-fiction book for aspiring writers, Seven Creative Gremlins. For more about Nicola visit www.nicolamostyn.com
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