Hey bookworms. How was your weekend? Mine was spent reading Kiss Me Kill Me by J.S. Carol. This psychological thriller was definitely a piece of work and one to look out for.
Synopsis: Can you trust the one you love? When Zoe meets Dan, he’s everything she is looking for in a man – intelligent, charming, supportive.
It’s only after they’re married that she realizes that he’s controlling, aggressive, paranoid.
And there’s no way out.
Or is there?
Zoe knows she has to escape, but Dan’s found her once before, and she knows he can find her again. But Dan has plans of his own. Plans that don’t necessarily include Zoe.
Be careful who you trust . . .
I really liked this book. It was written very well and had multiple storylines that all eventually tie together for a climax of an ending. Zoe was a very strong main character that was well rounded and had a lot of backstory to her that was revealed piece by piece. Her husband Daniel was most similar to a robot, void of emotion (besides anger). Lizzy was spunky, wild and fun so I liked her a lot and Gabriel….well he was just straight up creepy as f**k.
There was an expectation where I thought the story was going to go and then the author threw me for a loop (which I loved). I found myself glued to my Kindle app reading into all hours of the night because I wanted to know what happened next.
Right up to the very end, I was super anxious for the main character and her struggles. Not knowing what was going to happen to her was like a fire building from a little spark to an intense flame, more and more just kept being added on to her life and you couldn’t predict where she was going to end up.
There were some parts where words were spelled a little differently than normal but I feel like they just might be the English way of spelling them so that was a minor detail.
All in all, this author kept me entertained with my nose glued to my Kindle app so it was a success! I would recommend this to anyone that wants a psychological thriller that will keep you continually guessing.
Book Rating: 4.5/5
Disclaimer: This book was sent to us in ebook format by NetGalley to read and give an honest review.