The Love Square

By Jessica Calla

Oh what a tangled web we weave…. Dylan is into Clare. Clare likes Dylan too, but Clare is engaged to Lucas. So when Dylan visits his childhood friend, Alex, he hooks up with his friend, Jenna. The problem? Jenna is totally in love with Alex! He loves her too but has commitment issues. Let me introduce you, readers, to The Love Square.

I enjoyed this one a lot. I’ve read Calla’s Sheridan Hall series and I really enjoy her writing style. In The Love Square she gives us four really likable characters who just can’t get their act together. Again I’m wishing I could just sit everyone down on the couch for a little love counseling session. Books like this often frustrate me, but in a good way.

Jenna is super spunky, Clare is adorably sweet. Dylan is dead sexy and Alex is a flurry of activity. I love how the friendships grow between the couples so organically. I understand Alex’s fear of taking a step with Jenna only to lose her friendship. I admire Dylan’s respect for Clare’s engagement. So it makes sense that the couples would find it difficult to navigate their way to a happy ending. It didn’t mean I didn’t want to slap them silly for being obtuse some of the time. But I enjoyed it immensely.

Those who are fans of the love triangle romance trope really need to check out The Love Square. It takes the triangle to a whole new plane.

Geometry jokes people…..

Four very enthusiastic stars!


  1. …. Say what?? Ha ha! This sounds pretty crazy! I’m not too into the triangle trope, so I think I’ll pass on this one (OH. MY. GOSH. Did I just pass on a book?! I’M SORRY BOOKS, I’LL TAKE IT BACK, WHAT WAS I THINKING??) I do love the geometry joke though!! 😂😂
    I’ll do algebra
    I’ll do trig
    But graphing is where I draw the line!!

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  2. […] What kind of author would I be if I didn’t try to sneak one of my guys in here? This was the hardest dinner party companion to pick, since I love all my characters. I guess I went with Dylan because he’s sweet and passionate (and easy on the eyes), a movie star (so he’d have good stories), and would balance out the alpha-beta men types at the table. He’d be drawn to Drew and Ian, I think, and offer them a cigar after dinner. (If you’re interested in Ginny’s review of TLS, click here). […]


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