Six Feet Under by Whitney Barbetti
Series: Mad Love Duet #1
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: April 25, 2018
Buy Now: Amazon
Six wasn’t the hero I needed.
But he was the man I wanted.
And it was my selfish craving, the desire to own him, that would be our undoing.
No one tells you that love is a disease. An infection that tears your heart apart, leaving you half the person you were before. A malady that leaves open wounds. An invisible disorder tracing scars in the places you couldn’t see if you weren’t looking for them.
I was sick, but love didn’t heal me.
Instead, it festered in my marrow, and drove me to unforgivable mistakes.
Six was my first mistake, but he wouldn’t be the last.
Six Feet Under is an emotionally raw and tragically poetic story that will captivated your heart and leave you breathless page after page…
Hours have passed since finishing this beautifully wild tale and I am still at a loss for words because this story was unlike anything I have EVER read before. It’s breathtakingly real and holds a strong message surrounding mental health and addiction, something that is too often pushed under the rug. This story will test your limits and you will feel as if your heart has been ripped out of your chest and run over a million times from the abundance of emotions you will surely experience.
The intensity of this story alone will leave you craving more of Six and Mira’s mad love. Their love is toxic, unforgivable and yet tragically beautiful all at the same time. You will love it and you will hate it at times. The pain they feel will become the pain you feel, but that kind of intensity is what makes this such a phenomenal read. Whitney Barbetti has taken a risk with this story and I have to say that the risk will be worth it for those willing to take a leap of faith and intrust their fragile souls with this kind of mad love. This story is not for the weakhearted, but for those open to new experiences.
Six and Mira’s mad love has broken me in more ways then one and it’s not even over yet… I don’t know how my heart is going to make it through Pieces of Eight, but I am ready and willing to dive deep into the blackness right now!
About Whitney Barbetti
Whitney Barbetti is really, truly awful at writing in the third person, so we’re just going to change this bio up a bit and write it as first person.
I am married with two boys. When I’m not changing diapers or cutting food into tiny bites, I escape to Starbucks for hours. My blood pressure actually drops the moment I walk in, hear the baristas call my name, and inhale the aroma of coffee beans. And I don’t even like coffee.
I love music and have a playlist for everything. Queen is my very favorite.
I like watching creepy shows when I am home alone but then I instantly regret them once my mind starts breeding irrational fears. I try to channel my fears into my books as a way to cope.
I have about 20 bacon things in my fridge.