Read Love Disorder by Yuriko Hime Online

love-disorder

A few months shy of being 18, Riri Chance's mother passed away. With no other relatives to take her in, she had no choice but to go with leading female celebrity, Uno, because of a prior agreement with her mother. More than the enigma, the beauty, and the riches, there was something strange about Uno. Something that made Riri question her sexuality, her emotions, and moreA few months shy of being 18, Riri Chance's mother passed away. With no other relatives to take her in, she had no choice but to go with leading female celebrity, Uno, because of a prior agreement with her mother. More than the enigma, the beauty, and the riches, there was something strange about Uno. Something that made Riri question her sexuality, her emotions, and more importantly, her sanity....

Title : Love Disorder
Author :
Rating :
ISBN : 29635296
Format Type : Kindle Edition
Number of Pages : 319 Pages
Status : Available For Download
Last checked : 21 Minutes ago!

Love Disorder Reviews

  • lov2laf
    2019-02-21 05:13

    This book was such a trip. Honestly, for at least the first 25% of it I was wondering what the heck I'd walked into. In some ways, Riri, the lead character was just as confused as I was so its the author's intention to create some mystery. Reading along, I actually started to wonder if this was in the fantasy or sci-fi genre. And that answer is no. The book is told from the point of view of Riri, a seventeen year old girl orphaned and left in the care of her mother's client, Uno. The fact that Uno is a twenty-one year old major movie star that Riri has never met...well. The crux of the book is really in the relationship that builds between Riri and Uno, first in friendship and then romance. And, yeah, Riri is still a minor so they don't technically cross the romance line until she hits the eighteen year old threshold. Uno's character actually seemed younger than twenty-one to me most of the time and Riri is meant to be mature beyond her years so their ages bleed together in a way.The author makes a point to have a teaser in her blurb that something is up but she's not going to tell us. And, I have to say, once it's revealed what that is I was pretty fascinated by the premise. I think Uno's character was done particularly well and the interactions she and Riri have were both interesting and entertaining. As for the writing, it's this fascinating mix of written well and not. The anchor of the story is really Uno and Riri because the plot, in some ways, moves all over the place. As I mentioned earlier, first I was confused if this was perhaps sci-fi/fantasy. Once that was answered I was thinking it was a Hollywood book/romance. But then this odd villain crops up and, once we deal with that, we walk into a mystery I didn't even realize was a thing. I felt like we'd stumbled into a Nancy Drew book or an episode of Scooby Doo minus the dog.* And, at times, the believability of the story was loosey goosey when it came to Riri having almost zero grief after the death of her mother, the professional role she takes on after her mother's death, the whole Hollywood scenario with some glossed over details, the lack of ramifications for the villainous side character, etc. To enjoy it, you're going to have to just hold on and go with it. It all ties together too, though, so it's not completely off the wall. There's a purpose and a plot that was...plotted. Just, in a way, because of a certain Mary-Sue like quality it did seem like it was almost fantasy.Editing-wise, the tenses from line to line are all over the place, there's a missing word here and there, and a mix up of words such as is/are or has/have/had can be used incorrectly. It occurs so much I actually told my brain to turn that sensor off and to keep going.On the other hand, minus what I mentioned, the book is written well for the most part. I know that sounds like a paradox and it is, really. Effort and quality are also present so I can't beat it too much.As for ethnic diversity, which I thought this book might have, it's missing. Riri is described as having strawberry colored hair and almond eyes so possibly she's Asian or part Asian but, other than that, no.Do I recommend? As unbelievable and bizarre as the story sometimes seemed and the fact that it would put a grammar nazi in their grave, I actually liked it. Again, the premise was really unique to me and I liked how Uno's character was explored along with how Riri chose to interact with her.It could really go either way depending on the reader so I can't say one way or the other.3.5 stars*The "Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated" two season series is an independent reboot of the cartoon and is amazing, by the way. It's very dark and adult in humor...and, yes, there's a nod to us that Velma Dinkley is, in fact, lesbian. 5 stars and recommend if you haven't seen it.

  • Fallen Snow
    2019-03-07 04:20

    Riri Chance a 17 years old girl who was suddenly orphaned because her adopted mom died. Uno was her mother talent and was given the responsibility to take care her as written in her mom's will. They met for the first at her mom's funeral and the second time at the attorney's office. That was when Riri noticed something was strange with Uno. Riri despite her age is actually quite mature and level headed. She handled her situations unlike most teenagers, but at the same time Yuriko Hime manages to retain Riri's teenager characteristics. I figured out the mystery behind Uno fairly quickly and I think so will most readers. Everything in the books from the tinniest details all seems to connect to one point in the story, as I kept reading I discovered why many thing started to make sense ranging from Riri's phobia to Uno problems. Once I started reading it was incredibly hard to put it down, the story drew you in on Riri and her internal conflicts - between mourning or loving and be mature or selfish with what she want. It was a humerous read at the same time dark and suspenseful. I've read Behind The Green Curtain and Love Disorder was as good if not maybe slightly better than The Green Curtain. I definitely recommend readers to give this new author and book a try. Yuriko Hime has officially becomes my favorite author.▁ ▂ ▃ ▄ ▅ ▆ ▇ █ ☟ ----Spoiler ---- ☟ █ ▇ ▆ ▅ ▄ ▃ ▂ I love seeing the internal conflict Riri has with loving both Blaze and Uno, but not knowing who she should make love with first without hurting the other (although that was resolved later on). I personally preferred Uno more with her calculative and intellectual inputs, so everytime Blaze switched back I mourned with Riri and the part of wanting "to shove away the need to cry for Uno's disappearance". Perhaps my only problem would be the lack of in-depth sexual description when Riri made love with them. I've never craved for this in a book, if I anything I always skip the explicit sexual love making any chance I could in a book, but for this book I crave it. I want to see more of how Riri handles making love with two people in one body and more the first person perspective from Uno. All in all though it was a great book! I don't know why it scored so low on Goodreads.

  • Rhapsody21
    2019-03-04 09:19

    I was looking for the next book that would capture my heart and make me feel things that only the best story and an amazing author can pull off. I was intrigued by the synopsis then I decided to buy it on Amazon and the book is very worth it. I would definitely grab a copy of this in Paperback once they are available. I am now a fan of Ms. Yuriko Hime for her very inspiring stories and lovable characters. I also read her other book "Starstruck" and her works do not disappoint.

  • Heather Henkel
    2019-03-17 12:37

    IncredibleThus was an amazing book. I downloaded it on a whim but it was fantastic. I highly recommend anyone reading this book!

  • Aaron Hahn
    2019-03-12 11:41

    I bought this book from Lulu.com because I was captivated by the whole concept of Dissociative Identity Disorder. After reading this, I researched and read cases of DID and it is a very complex disorder.

  • Em Terry
    2019-03-07 04:14

    I was intrigued by the plot and decided to read it because I didn't have any idea about D-I-Disorder. I fell in love with all the characters and they all build up a great plot. Good Work!!!

  • Abbey Hadwin
    2019-03-06 08:15

    I was browsing Amazon and chance upon this book. I was intrigued by the characters and the plot so I decided to buy it. I love how their story was delivered. The disorder was explained in a very simple way that even though this is the first time you've heard it, you will understand. Kudos to the author.

  • Jaden Gonza
    2019-03-01 07:22

    I can't believe I bought this for a very reasonable and cheap price. This type of stories and books are supposed to be the ones we see on the bookstores.

  • Hannah Reed
    2019-02-18 06:32

    Absolutely amazing book. The pace is so slow, but in the best way possible, it made everything so much more tense and brilliant. It frustrates me so much that this book isn't insanely popular, it's so so good and I want everyone to read it.

  • Dabria Grey
    2019-03-01 08:14

    This book did not disappoint. It has everything a reader want: a very well thought of plot, great character building, lovely looking characters and the plot twists. I enjoy reading it and I know all of you will too.

  • Ayumu
    2019-03-12 06:34

    NOT WORTH THE TIME AND MONEY. STICK TO THE WATTPAD VERSION IF YOU WANTED TO READ THIS TRASH SO BAD.A HORRIBLE book. I didn't want to give this book a chance after reading another horrible book by the same author. But this friend of mine persuaded me into reading this, and that was my biggest mistake ever.Like her other books, this book does not deserve a any rating because it's HORRIBLE. PS: The author is so pathetic for using other accounts just to make the ratings go higher. This is the kind of book I would never want to see in a bookstore. Sad.