Where Does Kissing End?

Where Does Kissing End Mina should fear the night she should fear what she becomes But she does not Stephen Smith is in love The object of his desire is Mina Savage the illegitimate child whose parents are themselves both

  • Title: Where Does Kissing End?
  • Author: Kate Pullinger
  • ISBN: 9780992851996
  • Page: 426
  • Format: ebook
  • Mina should fear the night, she should fear what she becomes But she does not Stephen Smith is in love The object of his desire is Mina Savage, the illegitimate child whose parents are themselves both illegitimate, a young woman whose ambitions and appetites outstrip Stephen s wildest fantasies They become lovers, but while Stephen pursues domestic tranquillity Mina beMina should fear the night, she should fear what she becomes But she does not Stephen Smith is in love The object of his desire is Mina Savage, the illegitimate child whose parents are themselves both illegitimate, a young woman whose ambitions and appetites outstrip Stephen s wildest fantasies They become lovers, but while Stephen pursues domestic tranquillity Mina becomes ever elusive and mysterious When she repeatedly disappears at night, Stephen tries to force her to be faithful to him, with dire consequences Where Does Kissing End is an erotic tale of obsession and possession with a dark twist at its heart.

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    1. I picked up this book on a whim and it managed to mesmerize me. It was so exceptionally well written that I found the prose to have an almost hypnotic quality. It was misfiled in horror, but this is not a horror story. It's more of a complex erotic drama that deals with flawed human beings and the symbiosis in their relationships. I loved the use of blood draining metaphor in the book as well. I think the writer captured the vulnerability and uncertainty of love exquisitely. This book is quite e [...]

    2. I loved "Weird Sister" by Kate Pullinger so picked this one up right away. It uses vampirism as a metaphor. Mina uses men for sex but does not offer intimacy, while Stephen loves Mina but (probably) because she won't let him get close to her. When Stephen withdraws Mina is miserable and sick and then once Stephen is back she (figuratively) sucks him dry in his sleep; he deteriorates. Being in love starts to kill Stephen. Mina thrives off his attention as she is a mirror for what other people pro [...]

    3. At a short 129 pages this was a quick read.From cover:"When Stephen Smith falls in love, he assumes that this is where happiness lies. The object of his desire is Mina Savage, the illegitimate child of parents themselves both illegitimate, a young woman whose ambitions and appetites outstrip Stephen's wildest fantasies. They becomes lovers. But when Mina continues to disappear at night, Stephen tries to force her to be faithful to him. Is Mina simply unfashionably promiscuous or is there somethi [...]

    4. Author has definate writing skills, but the book is filled with random, explicit (x rated) sex scenes. For example, a 12 year old seeks out situations to watch her mother having sex and to view hard core porn, and masterbate. The world created by the author is dark and dirty. It was not enjoyable or uplifting. I think a normal reader would be distressed by it. In fact, I felt degraded for reading it.

    5. This is a short but interesting and original tale about obsession and possession. Mia and Stephen have an on-off relationship because Mia doesn't want to be tied down. Quite a sexy and provocative tale. 8/10.

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