I agree. I do not feel comfortable doing "love" spells, I feel really shady trying to influence people's free will like that.
On the other hand, love spells aimed at the caster are okay. For example, if I did a spell to bring love to myself, I would have no problem with that.
When I was younger, and kind of a fluffy witch, I really liked a guy but I was too shy to say anything. I had always been hoping he'd make the first move, but he seemed to ignore me all the time. I had this bright idea (sarcasm intended) to perform a love spell on him so that he may see me as I see him.
The very day following the spell, he admitted to me, in person, that he found me very beautiful and intelligent and perhaps sometime in the future, we might get together.
I was amazed at the quickness and potency of my spell, but I was immediately filled with dread. I knew that messing with free will was bad. I knew that before I did the spell, but ignored my gut feeling and did it anyway. (Bad idea. Please always listen to your gut feelings.)
I thanked him for his compliments, but as soon as I got home, I was scrambling desperately to come up with some kind of a freeing spell. I did some candle magic. Although I don't remember all of the spell I used (I make stuff up on the fly), I remember one line- "Release him, he did not ask for this; Release him from my selfish and cruel bindings."
I was in a panic (and bit of self-loathing), but I was lucky enough that the spell worked. He resumed his casual disinterest towards me. (As much as that hurt me then, I couldn't bear to have him under the effects of a spell.)
Anyway, morals of story:
•Don't mess with free will.
•Don't play around with love spells.
•If by chance you do perform a love spell, try to break it.
•Listen to your gut instincts.