Kiss Me, Kill Me

Kiss Me Kill Me KISS THE GIRLS AND MAKE THEM DIE Lucy Kincaid has firsthand experience dealing with deadly criminal predators and she s fully prepared to share her many talents with the FBI But when her career plans

  • Title: Kiss Me, Kill Me
  • Author: Allison Brennan
  • ISBN: 9780345511690
  • Page: 117
  • Format: Paperback
  • KISS THE GIRLS AND MAKE THEM DIE Lucy Kincaid has firsthand experience dealing with deadly criminal predators, and she s fully prepared to share her many talents with the FBI But when her career plans are derailed, her boyfriend, security expert Sean Rogan, asks for help on his latest private investigation Using her well honed cyber hunting skills, Lucy is soon on theKISS THE GIRLS AND MAKE THEM DIE Lucy Kincaid has firsthand experience dealing with deadly criminal predators, and she s fully prepared to share her many talents with the FBI But when her career plans are derailed, her boyfriend, security expert Sean Rogan, asks for help on his latest private investigation Using her well honed cyber hunting skills, Lucy is soon on the trail of a missing teenage girl with a penchant for disappearing and a shocking secret life FBI Agent Suzanne Madeaux is also tracking someone a serial killer on the loose in New York City Dubbed by the press the Cinderella Strangler, he cruises seamy underground sex parties, where drug fueled women make for easy pickings As Lucy and Sean s desperate search collides with the FBI s hunt, Lucy isn t about to step aside Haunted by painful memories of her own harrowing encounters with evil, she s determined to keep any innocents from meeting the fate she so narrowly escaped Delving deep into the twisted psyche of a remorseless killer, Lucy must confront her own fears even if it means risking a future job with the FBI and future happiness with Sean.

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    1. The 2nd in the Lucy Kincaid series, this finds a killer in the New York area targeting young women who attend extreme parties, where anonymous sex, along with drugs and alcohol, is the norm.Lucy's friend, Sean, is looking for a teen who was attending one of these parties with a woman who was killed.Throw in the FBI, NY police and a sex site, and the mystery deepens.

    2. I feel conflicted about this book. The case was interesting. Serial murders? Hook me in.Even though I saw the resolution coming from a mile away, it was enough to keep me hooked until the end. It was, however, not enough to distract me from the flaws. Mainly: the bland characterization and the cringey romance. I couldn't connect with any of the characters; Sean was annoying and, even though I'm not the kind of person who throws around this term every time there's a "strong" female character arou [...]

    3. At times it seemed that the author could not decide if she wanted to write a mystery or soft porn, as there were way too many lengthy, graphic, and gratuitous sex scenes between the two main characters that did absolutely nothing toward advancing the plot. For this reason, I gave the book a two.

    4. echt een heerlijk thriller. heel spannend en veel plot twists, soms luguber. met een enorme snelheid geschreven.

    5. I love Allison Brennan's books but I'm having trouble figuring out just why Lucy Kincaid wants to be an FBI agent working cyber sex crimes. The case she worked in the first book (and she wasn't even an FBI agent) totally threw her for a loop personally. She's once again having terrible nightmares regarding her past. How in the world does she think she'll be able to handle dealing with horrific sex crimes on a daily basis? And why the hell would she want to re-experience that again and again?That [...]

    6. Eerder las ik Tot de dood ons scheidt waarin we kennis maakten met Lucy Kincaid. Fatale kus sluit naadloos aan op het eerste deel, maar kan goed gelezen worden als stand alone. Ik zou het niet aanraden, want ook het eerste deel is super!Fatale kus is het tweede boek met Lucy Kincaid in de hoofdrol. Hier lees je verder over het leven van Lucy die wacht op de uitslag van haar toelatingsexamen bij de FBI. Sean Rogers en Patrick Kincaid hebben een goed lopend beveiligingsbedrijf maar onderling loopt [...]

    7. Kiss Me, Kill Me by Allison Brennan is the second story in the Lucy Kincaid Series with If I Should Die releasing 11.22.2011 and a fourth book is in the works per authors web page.This book shifts focus between Lucy Kincaid and security expert Sean Rogan, to FBI Agent Suzanne Madeaux, along with partner NYPD Detective Panetta who are searching for a serial killer dubbed the Cinderella Strangler who has killed four women. Madeaux is an agent who likes working and living in NYC, and has refused a [...]

    8. I have come to admire Lucy Kincaid, I don't know that I would be able to live through all the horrible things that she has had to. So now that I am done reading this book I have to say that I am glad that Lucy wasn't the person that was on the line. Does that mean that she escaped unscathed, no, it is just that her hurts this time around are more emotional than physical.Lucy is still trying to navigate her new relationship with Sean, which is not made any easier with Patrick's very obvious disap [...]

    9. Another Lucy Kincaid-Sean Rogan romance-thriller. Not a fan of the romance parts. I’ve learned to read these books in print form (as opposed to audio) because I enjoy the mysteries, but can fast-page through the obligatory bedroom capers and the high-drama high school hand-wringing about their relationship. That said, this is a good mystery. A serial killer is murdering college girls after drunken, drugged-out, sex-fueled raves in New York. The killer is dubbed the Cinderella killer because th [...]

    10. Lucy Kincaid is a very likeable character and is really growing on me. Her "flame" Sean is also in that same category.This book takes you on a trip through spontaneous rave parties where, if you are smart, you only drink what you bring - never accept anything from someone else, you never know what is in it. These particular rave parties are a free-for-all for drugs, drinks, and sex with whoever you literally bump into and before you know it, you could be the next victim - one of the clues? All t [...]

    11. 4.5/5.0If you are a thriller fan, there just isn't much NOT to love about this book! There is something for everyone, from great character development and growth in Lucy and in her relationship with Sean. The murder mystery is both creepy but riveting and, although one might guess the killer as soon as the opportunity presents itself, it's still can't put-downable reading until every thread is tidied up and the last page is turned!

    12. Mystery is well developed, could do without (as stated by other readers) the romance "antics." Have read others comments on mystery / romance & they hold true throughout series.

    13. This is the 2nd book in Lucy Kincaid series.While Lucy Kincaid awaits her results from FBI interviews as well as recovering from her recent attack from a vicious sex predator!There's a serial killer dubbed as Cinderella Killer by the media, whose killing method is by suffocation and also takes one of the shoes from the victim. Killer is attacking women who are members of a well known online porno site, there's also a missing teenage girl related to Sean Rogan - he is called in for help to track [...]

    14. Great beginning and with the theme of current problems, mobile phones, computer, social media and unsocial media, my kind of book. The Lucy Kincaid series proves to be one of my favorite series by Allison Brennan.A few nice twists, a bit much romance, but not too disturbing. Nice sex-scenes, detailed but non-kinky, not too boring either, simply good, but could have been more interesting.Did not guess the killer until the reveal.The main story is describing an up to date behaviour of the current [...]

    15. WOW, What an amazing author, I am so glad I decided to give these books a try. Again you think you know who the killer is and then BAM, it's not even close to who you think! Love the Lucy Kincaid storyline!

    16. This one really didn't hit the spot for me. I can't put my finger on why but I know that I just wanted to hurry through it and get to the end. Not b/c I needed to know how it ended but b/c I wanted it to be over. Not my usual feeling about a Brennan book either!

    17. This is a very good mystery. Sean his ordered by his brother to find a distant cousin of his that has been missing for several days. Lucy applied to the FBI, but was rejected. Sean asks Lucy to go to New York to cheer her up and because she is a wizard on computers and the teenage girl missing was a computer users. Lucy finds a sex site that the girl was involved in, also that she is going to drug, sex and music raves. The New York police are looking for a killer, nicknamed Cinderella killer. Se [...]

    18. Brings together some of the disjointed flow of the first in series. Would have been 5 stars if it weren't for length. It's too long for a single but a bit short on plot to make it a trilogy. With that many subplots it drags some areas out. Overall I kept listening straight through day unlike the first, I know my review isn't relevant, starting at the beginning, what I missed, but am hoping to continue to see, well hear, a lot more and character development.

    19. [library audiobook, plot summary elsewhere]I listened through to the end, so it couldn't be so bad. But so much was irritating. I liked that there were sex scenes, but they mostly stalled the plot, especially listening on the subway. Lucy Kincaid is so insecure it got irritating. Where were all these Columbia women hot to get high and screw when I was there? The "perils of Pauline" at the end was poorly staged.Brennan will go to the bottom of the free pile.

    20. I may be done with the series. I can not believe these books are written by a woman. There is one part where the lead male character (Sean) comes to the realization that he needs to make Lucy happy. She can't be happy without him and he has to take care of her and make her whole. Ugh! If I had read that near the beginning, I may not have continued to read it.

    21. I am really enjoying the Lucy Kincaid story, the writing is well done. I wish we could be more inside the mind of the killer (as those are my favs). However, I never wanted to put it down. There were a couple a slow moments and the overall story and plot I have read and seen before so it didn't feel very unique. Decent read, and I look forward to continuing the series.

    22. A pretty good basic thriller, however, the book is a little bit too "romancy" for me. Should have been 50-75 pages shorter without all the lovey dovey stuff and the angst. Recommended only to Allison Brennan fans.

    23. Although I enjoyed the companion trilogy and the first Lucy Kincaid, this "procedural" was a little too procedural for me. It felt to me like she turned a 200 page book into a 416 page book with "filler."

    24. So the bad guy/girl dies in the end of every single book this woman writes? Really? That's believable. Uh-hum.

    25. GreatLoved the first few (including fear no evil) but enjoyed this one much more than the first Lucy Kincaid novel.

    26. Love this series. Lucy Kincaid is a strong, yet truly realistic woman. She doubts her strength, yet just does what she has to in order to make things right.

    27. This book was amazing! Emotions up and down! Thrilller or mystery cops and psychiatrists and investigators and PIs. You think the book is going one way then 3/4 through it Bam! A must read!

    28. I enjoyed this mystery immensely but did take off a star for 2 reasons:(1) I expect a writer to research and understand things before putting them into print. I once got into a disagreement with a cozy mystery writer whose book I read (I usually hate cozies and didn't finish her series) and who I gave an honest opinion of on in a review. She had given freebies to a bunch of her friends in her writing group who all gushed over the book and gave it 5 stars. She took offense with my lower rating a [...]

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