Kiss Me, Kill Me By James Carol Book Review
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Kiss Me, Kill Me By James Carol Book Review

Kiss Me, Kill Me By James Carol Book Review



She thought she could trust him. She was wrong . . . 

When Zoe meets Dan she can’t believe her luck. He’s everything she is looking for in a man – intelligent, charming, stable, supportive. 
Until they’re married.
Then Zoe realises that Dan is controlling, aggressive, paranoid. 
And there’s no way out. 

Or is there?

When Zoe discovers that she’s pregnant, she realises that the only way she can keep her baby is to leave Dan.
But that’s harder than you think. 
He 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. 

But then, even the best-laid plans often go awry, and you really need to be careful about who you trust. 


Kiss Me, Kill Me By James Carol Book Review

I thought this is going to be another book about a wife trapped in a marriage with a controlling husband. It made me a bit depressed but I kept on reading as I began to read more, I got sucked into the story. I devoured this book in a few days and it is not a short book. 

We have Zoe who on paper, she has a perfect life, married to a successful, handsome husband Daniel, they live in a big house, and they own nice cars. Behind the scenes, Daniel is a scumbag. I wanted to slap him with this book. He controls what she eats and what time she eats, what she dresses, and what kind of underwear she wears (yep) he doesn’t let her read books (I would have killed him right there) and he doesn’t give her any money. 

The story shifts from the present day where Zoe finds out she’s pregnant and needs to escape her cruel husband to save herself and her baby. Understandable right? Zoe is desperate for a way out. We get the glimpse of the past of how Zoe met Daniel, the signs were there but she ignored them. 

By the middle of the book, the whole scenery changes to Daniel point of view, which was interesting. I liked Zoe and Lizzy characters. Daniel was terrible and Gabriel was even worse. 

The ending left me a bit wondering what it might happen, Zoe and her baby. Overall this is well plotted and well-written book. 

I would like the publishers and Net Gallery for supplying me a free copy in exchange for a review.


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