Wednesday, 11 November 2015

Kiss Kill Love Him Still - Jamie Blair and Dawn Rae Miller

Title: Kiss Kill Love Him Still
Authors: Jamie Blair and Dawn Rae Miller
Publisher: Jamie Blair LLC
Publication Date: 10th December 2015
Available Editions: Ebook, Paperback

Jackson Landis kept secrets. It's how he got girls into bed, the grades he wanted, and a reputation for being the life of the party.

But now he's dead, and no one knows how or why. Especially not the four girls whose secrets he protected. Secrets so scandalous they could cause each girl to lose something valuable. Secrets so dark, someone may have killed for them.

The four girls - a campus drug dealer, an overweight bookworm, a closeted lesbian, and a spoiled princess have one thing in common – they’re terrified the things Jackson knew may not have died with him. As Reggie, Haddie, Val, and Livie try to piece together her own role in Jackson’s death, each girl realizes Jackson had some not-so-pretty skeletons of his own. Which makes a girl wonder, who really wanted Jackson Landis dead?

So as part of the Scavenger Hunt Blog Tour I also asked to do a review of the book. It took me 3 days to read the book and I have to say it was thoroughly enjoyable. Chloe from The Page Starts Here had sent me the link to the Scavenger Hunt Blog Tour for this book and when I read the synopsis I was easily won around and wanted to read it.

As part of the Scavenger Hunt Blog Tour I also requested a copy of the book so I could review and three days later I was done, and very much in love with the book.
I must declare that this review will hold NO SPOILERS and will only review the book and possibly help those come up with ideas of who really did kill Jackson.

So the book bounces between 4 points of view, Reggie, Val, Haddie and Livie. All of them have one thing in common. Jackson Landis. After he turns up dead they are sent into a swirling spiral of who did it.

The characters are perfectly written, they are all individuals who in my opinion would never look at the other, they are all too different from each other to like or get along. I can relate to small parts of each characters, they all have something in them that somehow makes them the same. If that makes any sense?

I have to say the story progressed  well, there was never a large time gap that lead me astray, and throughout the reading process my brain was burning out trying to piece everything together from each character in order to try and figure out who did it.

I felt that how it ended was the right way to do it. I think that the book is perfect for anyone, literally anyone no matter what your favourite genre is. The only slight downside I had for the book was only my mind, as I begun reading I was losing myself with who's POV I was witnessing but within a few chapter I managed to get the hang of it and I have to give the book a go 4.9 out of 5.

I really hope you give this book a read and enjoy it as much as I did.

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