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Killing Me Softly

Now that you've read GONE GIRLAlice Loudon has it all a devoted boyfriend a marvelous circle of friends a challenging Killing Me PDFEPUBjob as a research scientist Then one morning on her way to work she. Opening Line He knew he was going to die Killing Me Softly is a love story but not in the typical sense it s obsessive all consuming violent intense desperate and ultimately terrifying And oh my god is it good I literally could not put this down If I could compare this book to anything I would say that initially it reminded me of a combination of 9 weeks and that Richard GereDiane Lane movie from a few years ago Unfaithful based on the passion intensity and utter randomness of our couples first encounter Of course it then unravels into a tense psychological thriller which much in a car wreck sort of way you can t take your eyes off of Throughout I had a feeling of this just can t end wellI should mention that despite the fact that the blurb on the jacket describes this book as erotic all the sex scenes are off page it s still sexy as hell in an alarming sort of way And I ll admit to being very uncomfortable in sections shaking my head at our heroine s decisions and basic lack of self what the hell are you thinking girl I also doubted myself doubted Alice and Adam and was left utterly raw and heartbroken by the end Just the kind of reading experience I loveAlice Loudon has it all a comfortable life a stable nice live in boyfriend a good job clever friends and then one day while walking down a London street on her lunch hour she sees him standing there staring as if waiting for her The attraction is immediate it s unexplainable like a lightning bolt that neither of them can turn away from He is Adam Tallis and without speaking a word she follows this complete stranger to his apartment where she proceeds to let him take her clothes off and engages in the most intense love making she has ever known In fact with Adam she needs a new word for sex He envelopes her obliterates her he is unlike any man she has ever known and within days she is lost to himAbandoning everything and I mean that literally Alice leaves her boyfriend and moves in within months they re married Nothing matters except him and them and her world becomes very small She barely recognizes herself in the mirror any as Adam begins to possess every aspect of her being He worships her desires her loves her in an all consuming way and there isn t room for anyone or anything else Alice s world shrinks to being just Adam the stranger she fell in love with on a streetAdam Her enigmatic husband world renowned mountain climber guide and reluctant hero after his last expedition in the Himalayas left half of their group dead Adam comes with a whole circle of mysterious and exotic friends and it s when Klaus decides to write a book about the tragedy of the Chungawat expedition that Alice opens her eyes Reality creeps in jealousy and doubt takes hold and the tension level rises How well does she really know this man Told entirely from the first person we witness Alice s inner turmoil doubts and fears as curiosity about her husband s past and former lovers becomes in of itself an obsession What a ghastly farce it all was Our whole marriage was built on desire and deception 359jb5 Grass, Sky, Song ultimately terrifying And oh my god is it good I literally could not put this down If I could compare this book to anything I would say that initially it reminded me of a combination of 9 weeks and that Richard GereDiane Lane movie from a few years ago Unfaithful based on the passion intensity and Otter Chaos! 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Alice's wildest imaginings Soon there isn't anything or anyone she wouldn't give up to stay by his side Soon all she has is Adam and life with this stranger will take her to new heights of madnessand fear. I m sorry to say that I thought this book was truly awful I found it neither gripping nor thrilling Irritating and unbelievable were probably better adjectives Alice was so naive I wanted to smack her and the bad guy was so obviously sinister anyone who didn t notice it must have had their head buried in the sand I didn t find the conclusion particularly convincing either It s the first Nicci French I have read and I have a feeling it might be the lastSorry all but it was just not for me

Nicci French ↠ 6 Free read

Exchanges a lingering look with a devastatingly attractive man Adam Tallis is the essence of every female fantasy a daring mountain climber who has been hailed as a hero As a lover he is passionate than. So thrillers romance erotic suspense with cheating not really my thing Who knew

  • Paperback
  • 384
  • Killing Me Softly
  • Nicci French
  • English
  • 28 February 2019
  • 9780446696883

10 thoughts on “Killing Me Softly

  1. says:

    Jar of Death Pick #27I have no clue how I feel about this bookI think I hated it but I also think I liked it As I read this I at various times thought that I would rate this 2 stars and at other times I thought I would rate

  2. says:

    Opening Line “He knew he was going to die”Killing Me Softly is a love story but not in the typical sense; it’s obsessive all consuming violent intense desperate and ultimately terrifying And oh my god is it

  3. says:

    A stand alone novel by the writing team that work under the name Nicci French I enjoy reading the successful Frieda Klein series so have been tempted to read from the writing duo This book falls short of the other books I have read but nevertheless gripped me and made me want to read At times the book was very good but sadly it drifted at other moments and for the first time since reading their combined work

  4. says:

    Maybe I'm just jaded but I expect MORE from my mysteries MORE MORE MOREPredictable predictable predictableBeach read defini

  5. says:

    This book surprised me It was not what I expected To be honest the book’s description on the back cover doesn’t give too much details on what it’s about and when I first began to read it I asked myself “Wh

  6. says:

    So thrillers romance erotic suspense with cheating not really my thing Who knew

  7. says:

    Man can I give this book a 35LOL anyways I really did enjoy this book as it is subtitled as A Novel of Obsession

  8. says:

    Alice locks eyes with a beautiful man in the street and her life is overturned Leaving her comfortable home her friends her boyfriend she immerses herself completely into this new love But Adam is than he seems and his refusal to discuss his past holds secrets than Alice can imagineThis is an intelligent read which probes

  9. says:

    I'm sorry to say that I thought this book was truly awful I found it neither gripping nor thrilling Irritating and unbelievable were probably better adjectives Alice was so naive I wanted to smack her and the 'bad guy' was so obviously sinister anyone who didn't notice it must have had their head buried in the sand I didn

  10. says:

    Chilling I love the way the book starts and then backtracks Doesn't always work but it does here The authors show how deep obsession can go how the victim can be pulled in without even realising it's happening and even when they do it's still difficult to believe what's going on Adam is a damaged individual So kind and caring so vile and manipulative Well drawn characters all round I've read this book twice psychologic

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