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Marry Screw Kill Paperback – April 20, 2016
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About the Author
USA Today bestselling author, Liv Morris, was raised in the Ozark Mountains of Missouri. She now resides on the rock known as St. Croix, USVI with her first and hopefully last husband. After relocating twelve times during his corporate career, she qualifies as a professional mover. Learning to bloom where she's planted, Liv brings her moving and life experience to her writing.
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Top Customer Reviews
We all know that life can change, irreversibly, in an instant. Such is the case with the story's young heroine, Harlow Masters. Arriving late one evening at the modest home she shares with her mother, she finds herself caught up in a horrific event - so traumatizing that after witnessing it, she loses consciousness. When she wakes up, her life changes again, in ways she could never have expected. She meets a man who is determined to make her his own - to share her burden and heal her suffering. Or so she thinks.
She couldn't be more wrong. But the longer she stays with him, the more she realizes there is truly evil behind his mask of affection. He has dark intentions. Taking advantage of her youth, innocence, and vulnerability, he slowly gains ultimate control over her. She is trapped in a life she never expected, never wanted, and has no idea if she has the power or the will to escape. She is engaged to a monster. Cut off from her best and only close friend, without a family, she senses the danger she's in, but she rationalizes it, she doubts her own ability to make decisions ... and ultimately, she resigns herself to her new fate.
Enter Sinclair Elliot, nephew of her fiancé, a young medical student who comes to visit when his uncle arranges a prestigious clerkship at The Clinic, a premier medical center in Rochester, NY. Sinclair is immediately taken with Harlow, and it doesn't take him long to see through his uncle's dark, twisted soul. He realizes the danger that Harlow is in if she stays to become his wife - and takes it upon himself to help her see it for herself.
Harlow feels an immediate attraction - and deep connection - to the gentle, gorgeous Sinclair. She allows him to see her vulnerability - she can't help but feel the contrast between his protectiveness and her fiancé's greedy, jealous, narcissistic possessiveness. She knows she can't have Sinclair, regardless of what her heart tells her. But he gives her hope. He ignites her strength, releases her inner resilience. With Sinclair and her best friend, Emma, Harlow finally sees a way out. But it's treacherous, at best.
Sinclair seems too good to be true. Does the apple fall far enough from the tree that he could be truly different than his uncle? Could his care, concern, and affection be true - or is it another ruse? Can she trust him with her life, or will he lead her down another dark path, perhaps worse than before? If and when she does escape from James, can she remain on her own, back in a broken-down apartment, barely making ends meet, always looking over her shoulder in fear that she'll be found?
You'll have to read this compelling story for yourself, and I recommend that you order it today. It will shock and surprise you, but it will also inspire you. In real life, "Marry Screw Kill" is a game. In MSK, it's a dangerous one, well worth the emotional journey.
Harlow and her mother live alone and don't have a lot of money but they're happy. She comes home one night from work and witnesses her mom being threatened by her jerk boyfriend and Harlow's life changes in an instant. She awakens at the hospital in the care of James a surgeon there. Four months later, James has moved her in to his home and proposed. When Sin, James' nephew comes for an internship at the hospital, Harlow starts to question just how happy she is. Sin has never been one for serious relationships but his attraction to Harlow is strong and immediate. Both he and Harlow have to remember she's engaged to his uncle James.
I can't give any additional information without providing spoilers and I believe this is a story you should go into as blind as possible. You will admire Harlow and adore one man while disliking the other. Information is brought to light that suggests things aren't as they appear and you'll be turning the page to see what happens next.
I enjoyed this book and was happy with the way it ends.
All the teasers, all the sneak peeks, the vibe that has been building surrounding this book had left me in no doubt that this is a book I needed to read.
So it was almost reverently that I flipped over the first page hoping that the book was going to deliver what I anticipated and more. It is with that in mind that I will be very sparing when it comes to precise details, because I have no desire to deprive you of that anticipation, that feeling of ...WTF!
I commend the author for a book well written, superbly descriptive, and subtly dark.
It had a cast of characters that each added so much to the storyline that my mind boggles with how on earth the author was able to keep track of them.
I found the storyline garnered a number of reactions from that took me by surprise, there was one character in particular (you’ll see who I mean when you read the book) that I could have quite happily throttled with my bare hands.
I thought that the main character Harlow was one that in a way I felt sorry for, she had suffered but she was continuing to do so and the reasoning initially defeated me but there was so much more to her situation than was made clear initially and as the book evolved and divulged the fog lifted and I could hardly believe what I was reading, I was quite literally glued to each page
I couldn’t put the book down, I became not only invested in their lives and the outcome of their story but also in them as people, I know that sound nuts they are imaginary but their issues felt so real, the situations so clear that getting to the end was an obsession.
If you are looking for something to completely consume you, then this is your book!
One of the best this year so far!