Kiss Kill Vanish by Jessica Martinez download in pdf, ePub, iPad
Her dad sure as hell ain't gonna kill her and she knew it. All quotes were taken from an uncorrected proof subject to change in the final edition. It is the most boring, obvious alias in the world, and her real name is Valentina Cruz.
Ok, she saw dad order her bf to kill a guy. From a main character from such a wealthy family, that's just fucking dumb. The storyline in this was okay, but the book was just too long.
The lines between right and wrong, and trust and betrayal, will be blurred beyond recognition as she untangles the deceptions of the two men she once loved and races to find her own truth. Emilio may be a murderer, but the alternative doesn't seem very attractive in comparison because, there's no other way to put it, Marcel is a patronizing, condescending asshat.
Fuck, steal a few fucking silver spoons or something. Leaving Key West with nothing but a stolen mandolin and my passport was stupid. And no, she never thinks about these things.
The main character is dull as hell. This was an okay story, but it dragged. Her father, who is not an art collector at all but the leader of a drug cartel. Valentina Cruz no longer exists.
Jane is not actually named Jane. Ok, I said that I wouldn't complain about the romance.
Every time he opens his mouth. There is no action, pacing is achingly slow and you only have a glimpse of a developed character. The next, she was witnessing the unthinkable. It gets really fucking old. It wasn't always this way.
But instead of like, panicking and running, why not just hang around for awhile instead of kicking it into high gear and running the fuck away before you get the whole story. When Emilio pulled the trigger, Valentina made a split-second decision to shed her identity and flee, leaving the glittering parties and sultry nightlife of Miami far behind. Suddenly every emotion is funneled into my disgust for Marcel.
- Relationship Saboteurs
- Producing and Negotiating Non-Citizenship
- The Chronic Crisis in Psychological Measurement and Assessment
- Hope Is Cut
- Constructing a Productive Other
- The Father of Child Care
- The Little Book of Dyslexia
- Asian Law in Disasters
- Nonstandard Analysis
- Bourdieu and the Sociology of Translation and Interpreting
- Making Sense of Education Policy
- Izzy the Indigo Fairy
- The Creature of Black Water Lake
- Examining Political Violence
- Keegan and Dalglish