Frankly in Love (Frankly in Love, #1)



Frankly in Love (Frankly in Love, #1) High school senior Frank Li is a Limbo his term for Korean American kids who find themselves caught between their parents traditional expectations and their own Southern California upbringing His parents have one rule when it comes to romance Date Korean which proves complicated when Frank falls for Brit Means, who is smart, beautiful and white Fellow Limbo Joy Song is in a similar predicament, and so they make a pact they ll pretend to date each other in order to gain their freedom Frank thinks it s the perfect plan, but in the end, Frank and Joy s fake dating maneuver leaves him wondering if he ever really understood love or himself at all. Read Frankly in Love (Frankly in Love, #1) – bluevapours.co.uk

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  • Hardcover
  • 432 pages
  • Frankly in Love (Frankly in Love, #1)
  • David Yoon
  • English
  • 07 June 2017
  • 1984812203

14 thoughts on “Frankly in Love (Frankly in Love, #1)

  1. Chaima ✨ شيماء says:

    therapy expensive adding books with the fake dating trope to your TBR free

  2. Chloe says:

    This book Was SO relatable Frank is Korean American and I related to a LOT of his experiences Has the fake dating trope Has amazing characters Explores complex family relationships Explores race Has an adorable romance Has humour Is simply everythingI highly recommend checking this out if you re into any all of these things This was a super anticipated release for me and it did not disappoint This comes out 12th September TW cancer Thank you to Penguin Random House Australia for pr This book Was SO relatable Frank is Korean American and I related to a LOT of his experiences Has the fake dating trope Has amazing characters Explores complex family relationships Explores race Has an adorable roman...

  3. Warda says:

    YOU GUYS THIS BOOK It s my life except the fake dating I mean, every ethnic house hold can relate to the whole dating within your race nonsense and juggling your culture alongside the society you actually grew up in Our parents, man Confused.com

  4. Erin says:

    Goodreads giveaway win Reading Rush Read a debut authorY ALL T.H.I.S B.O.O.K I loved it But first can we just take a minute to discuss the fact that David Yoon Nicola Yoon are one of my new favorite couples WHY AM I STILL SO SINGLE Now on to the review..Frank Li has two names Frank Li, his American name Then there s Sung Min Li, his Korean name Frank barely speaks Korean He was born and raised in Southern California Even so, his parents still expect him to end up with a ni Goodreads giveaway win Reading Rush Read a debut authorY ALL T.H.I.S B.O.O.K I loved it But first can we just take a minute to discuss the fact that David Yoon Nicola Yoon are one of my new favorite couples WHY AM I STILL SO SINGLE Now on to the review..Frank Li has two names Frank Li, his American name Then there s Sung Min Li, his Korean name Frank barely speaks Korean He was born and raised in Southern California Even so, his parents still expect him to end up with a nice Korean girl Which is a problem since Frank is dating the girl of his dreams Brit Means who is white Desperate to be with the girl he loves ...

  5. Laurie Anderson says:

    This book is amazing one of the best of 2019 for me Pre order it now, or ask your library to do it.

  6. Jananie (thisstoryaintover) says:

    hands down one of my favourite books of the year.

  7. ✨ A ✨ says:

    I am FRANKLY IN LOVE WITH THIS COVER 4 Oct, 2018 It s going to be a movie whaaaaat The Yoon s are slaying 1 Oct, 2019Nicola Yoon s husband I can t wait to get my hands on this

  8. Kai says:

    Frankly, Frank Li is a bit of a dick.We all know this book is going to be a bestseller The cover is great, the story is promising, the hype is real But if I had to describe this book in one word Weird So so weird.I m obviously not Korean so I can t speak for the realistic portrayal of growing up as a second generation Korean teenager in the US It felt real enough though Frank and his Korean American friends all struggle with the huge gap between the expectations of their parents and the Am Frankly, Frank Li is a bit of a dick.We all know this book is going to be a bestseller The cover is great, the story is promising, the hype is real But if I had to describe this book in one word Weird So so weird.I m obviously not Korean so I can t speak for the realistic portrayal of growing up as a second generation Korean teenager in the US It felt real enough though Frank and his Korean American friends all struggle with the huge gap between the expectations of their parents and the American reality they live in Frank personally doesn t understand his parents at all He hates their narrow mindedness and their racist attitudes towards other races He hates that they would never accept a girlfriend that is anything but Korean, and he hates that they disowned his older sister because she dared to date a Black guy What was wonderfully done though, is that Frank s understanding of his parents, their reasons and their past, begins to...

  9. Tatiana says:

    Penguin is promoting Frankly in Love very heavily It appears they are banking on David Yoon becoming the next John Green Maybe he will, we ll see If you are a big John Green fan, and like his nerdy humor, precocious pretentiousness, fascination with girls as otherworldly creatures, you should give this book a go A cute romance Frankly in Love is definitely not Frank s love life is the weakest part of this novel, IMO Buton that later Frankly in Love isof a coming of age story, Penguin is promoting Frankly in Love very heavily It appears they are banking on David Yoon becoming the next John Green Maybe he will, we ll see If you are a big John Green fan, and like his nerdy humor, precocious pretentiousness, fascination with girls as otherworldly creatures, you should give this book a go A cute romance Frankly in Love is definitely not Frank s love life is the weakest part of this novel, IMO Buton that later Frankly in Love isof a coming of age story, of a teen boy growing up and coming to terms wi...

  10. Jessica says:

    I received an ARC of this book for free from the publisher Since I received an ARC, my quotes from the book are tentative.I give this book 4.5 stars which rounds up to 5 This book was so good It s a romance but it goes so much deeper than just that At the core, it s a story about first love, racism, identity, and family I absolutely loved that this book did not shy away from talking about racism, especially the racism of Koreans towards African Americans and other Asian communities I haven I received an ARC of this book for free from the publisher Since I received an ARC, my quotes from the book are tentative.I give this book 4.5 stars which rounds up to 5 This book was so good It s a romance but it goes so much deeper than just that At the core, it s a story about first love, racism, identity, and family I absolutely loved that this book did not shy away from talking about racism, especially the racism of Koreans towards African Americans and other Asian communities I haven t really seen that in a book before I liked that this book explored the struggles of being Korean American and having immigrant parents Frank is often conflicted over his identity At one point he states, I call myself Korean American, always leading first with Korean or Asian, then the silent hyphen, then ending with American Never just American pg 133 I also loved the end of the book It was a bit sad but still realistic My one critique ...

  11. Carol She& says:

    4.5 My first arc read before the book is published I m so excited Thank you so much Penguin NZ for gifting me this for being happy for me to share my opinion of the book.I used to say about my parents,I just can t talk to Mum DadBut American born Frank really couldn t talk to his parents their English was bad and his Korean was worse A lifetime of misunderstanding come to a head in Frank s final semester at high school Frank is clear on two things he doesn t want to 4.5 My first arc read before the book is published I m so excited Thank you so much Penguin NZ for gifting me this for being happy for me to share my opinion of the book.I used to say about my parents,I just can t talk to Mum DadBut American born Frank really couldn t talk to his parents their English was bad and his Korean was worse A lifetime of misunderstanding come to a head in Frank s final semester at high school Frank is clear on two things he doesn t want to live by his parents racist beliefs But he also doesn t want to hurt them These two goals look to be on a collision course.I absolutely loved this book and it was a 5 read for around the first 90%.Yoon s words just flowed on the page and I found it very hard to put the book down I m Canadian born We moved to New Zealand when I was seven and I did spend the first half of my life feeling I didn t really belong in either country, so I identified with some of Frank s confusion.I just feel the last part of the boo...

  12. Larry H says:

    I m between 4 and 4.5 stars Frankly in Love is a fascinating look at love, friendship, cultural identity, parent child relationships, and prejudice I had been waiting for this book to come out for a while, and David Yoon certainly didn t disappoint me Frank Li is smart and funny, a first generation American who tries hard to be a good son and a good friend His parents want him to study hard and especially meet a nice Korean girl, so he doesn t get disowned like his older sister.Of course, li I m between 4 and 4.5 stars Frankly in Love is a fascinating look at love, friendship, cultural identity, parent child relationships, and prejudice I had been waiting for this book to come out for a while, and David Yoon certainly didn t disappoint me Frank Li is smart and funny, a first generation American who tries hard to be a good son and a good friend His parents want him to study hard and especially meet a nice Korean girl, so he doesn t get disowned like his older sister.Of course, life doesn t happen the way we plan, and when Frank falls for his classmate, Brit, he wishes he could just be with her and not have to deal with his parents prejudice...

  13. Elise (TheBookishActress) says:

    this husband wife duo truly invented YA this sounds like a fantastic story about Korean American identity and also fake dating

  14. Nicole N. (A Myriad of Books) says:

    A hugethank you to PenguinTeen for providing a free copy in exchange for an honest review I received this book as part of a promotion.Y all, how little did I know what I was getting myself into when I read this book I knew it was going to be good, and I expected a cute, fluffy romance but it was so muchthan that In the best way possible.All quotes are taken from the ARC and may change in the finished copyContent warning death of a loved one, racism We all want to love who we want t A hugethank you to PenguinTeen for providing a free copy in exchange for an honest review I received this book as part of a promotion.Y all, how little did I know what I was getting myself into when I read this book I knew it was going to be good, and I expected a cute, fluffy romance but it was so muchthan that In the best way possible.All quotes are taken from the ARC and may change in the finished copyContent warning death of a loved one, racism We all want to love who we want to love Plot As I said before, when I started this book, i didn t know how much I would like it The plot is deep and intricate as the main character, Frank, struggles with his feelings for a white girl and knowing his parents only want him to date Korean I think this book does a job balancing light humor and dark emotions well, and the writing is truly spot on, really pulling you into Frank s world and how h...

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