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K-Love: A Korean Drama Romance

(Korean Drama Series #1)

4.19  ·  Rating details ·  54 ratings  ·  13 reviews
Chase finds herself on a blind date she didn't want, but it turns out that Daniel Bak is really dreamy. Just as she's getting to know him better she is thrown into the path of his enigmatic best friend, Hyun Tae, son of a wealthy family. The cool, distant Hyun Tae is forced to protect her from his family when she stumbles on their corporate espionage, while Daniel is hidin ...more
Kindle Edition, 445 pages
Published April 14th 2017 by K-Rom Publishing
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Angelina Kerner
Jun 06, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Book Title: K-Love (Korean Drama Series Book 1)
Book Authors: Devon Atwood and Alice Cornwall
Source: K.U.
Rating: 5 stars

Okay, I admit…I love Korean dramas. And, yes, I don’t speak Korean and have to read subtitles but I still find them fun. So, when I saw this book on Goodreads, it was like…K.U? Not yet. K.U.? Yes! Press download, download lol

I adored Chase and I loved how she was disabled. That created a cool and different main character. The boys were all adorable and though it was predictable
Nov 11, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: korea
More and more writers are taking a shot at K pop or K drama style books with Korean heros, but this is decidedly one of the best I have read yet. It had adventure and romance and a nicely handled romantic triangle, with lots of the usual K drama tropes. Definitely the kind of thing I have been hoping for as a K drama fan myself and I hope that there will be more in the series! Perhaps our second lead will have his heart mended?
Jul 02, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Hello my dear online friends,
I just finished a great book that I want to tell you about. I reposted for it originally when they were writing it still, but this is about the fabulous book called “K-Love ……” by our fellow bloggers Devon and Cornwall.

Here is what I liked about the book: I liked that this was the kind of book that anyone would be interested in. Like, yes, it was inspired by a love of Korean dramas, but the main characters don’t actually watch dramas. Second, it was clean. Devon an
Tonja Drecker
Jun 07, 2017 rated it really liked it
This one sounded so fun that I decided to pick it up the moment I saw it. Needless to say, I devoured in in one sitting.

Chase, a college student, has returned from an exchange program in Italy and has enrolled at in classes at a California college. . .or rather her mother has enrolled her now that her mother works in one of the offices there. Her other has also decided to set Chase up on a blind date without her daughters permission--one with a Korean student, since her mother is an over-the-top
Amanda Smith
May 15, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Everything you want from a kdrama

First, I want to say that it's about time we get some full length kdrama books around here. There are far too few of them in existence. This book makes up for the lack of reading matetial devoted to bringing kdramas to print. The story had great pace with a fascinating plot. Gives you the thrills, romance, and humor of a kdrama. It left some questions on how exactly things turned out with his parents, but overall had a satisfactory ending without needing to know
Juliann Whicker
Jul 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Wow, I loved this book. It was like a whole season of K drama only shorter. It was still a good-sized book. Loved the characters, the romance, the hilarious and adorable interactions, and the gorgeous Korean love interests.

Fun writing, fun plot, just so fun. I'm definitely looking forward to the next installment.
Jun 22, 2019 rated it liked it
I mean it's cutesie and fun but there are continuation errors and the Korean is partly incorrect. Yes, I am that picky. Still cutesie and fun, though. ...more
May 04, 2017 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Note: I wrote the same review on Amazon

I had the opportunity to read this a little before the official release date (May 4, 2017) and I’m very grateful to the authors for giving me the chance. I had the pleasure of meeting them at a small convention held at a public library a little over an hour away from where I live and I can’t stress enough about how wonderful these two are. I admire their courage and dedication to writing something that isn’t “mainstream” or widely popular and in order to sh
Hayley Bahnemann
Nov 25, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: 2018-books
This book was so cute. There were a lot of unexpected moments and I guess I have some questions at the end.
It also seems very unlikely and makes me very jealous, that she wanted nothing to do with the Korean boys but ended up in all their classes and next door to them.
But I guess it is possible.
Marilyn Vix
Mar 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Of all the kpop romance books I've read so far, this was the best. Really good love triangle. Believable premise. No overt references to too many kdrama plots. Original plot, ie a lot of kpop/kdrama books actually steal the plots from other dramas. This one was a true original plot, with some suspense, and a cross cultural tie between the US and Korea. Really enjoyed it. Highly suggest. ...more
Aug 09, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Enjoyable and entertaining.

Few quick notes (I'll edit my review later)
No translations for Korean. No hangul provided either. A few small errors and typos. Does not distract from story.

Clean read. No swearing. No sexual content. It really is an international K-drama wrapped nicely into a book.

Well done.
Cindy Bellomy
Jan 31, 2021 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Fun, quick, decent writing. Especially for those who love k-dramas.
Nov 23, 2017 rated it it was amazing

This was such a good story. I loved everything about it!! For a while I was very stressed about how things would turn out, but everything went okay!
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Devon and Cornwall like k-dramas a lot. So much that they decided to write a novel including all the things they love about Korean romance and dramas. Devon has had two previously published fantasy novels, and Cornwall has a well-oiled crap-o-meter and a Bachelor’s degree she doesn’t intend to use. The mother-daughter writing team live in Pennsylvania with assorted children and husbands and grandc ...more

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