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What if you're a first time writer on a job that was almost impossible to get and a life ending disaster if you lose it. What if another employee appears who is 'different, ' maybe strange, maybe worse! Your boss has decided you need a more experienced cowriter and he forces you into accepting the help. Your fate, which was looking up as a film writer has now taken a noseWhat if you're a first time writer on a job that was almost impossible to get and a life ending disaster if you lose it. What if another employee appears who is 'different, ' maybe strange, maybe worse! Your boss has decided you need a more experienced cowriter and he forces you into accepting the help. Your fate, which was looking up as a film writer has now taken a nose dive. You now enter some really scary times, times when you begin to worry if you will ever come through it, and some terrorizing moments when you know you won't. It's gets even worse, what if, amid the chaos you meet the best reason to live hat you've ever known in your life. Now, you've got everything you could ever dream of to gain, and everything you could ever expect from life to lose. A fast paced romance suspense novel that will deny you sleep until you're at the very tip end....

Title : To Kill a Likening: Romance Suspense
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ISBN : 9781500352042
Format Type : Paperback
Number of Pages : 174 Pages
Status : Available For Download
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To Kill a Likening: Romance Suspense Reviews

  • Davaonne
    2019-03-02 17:04

    I can say that I really liked the cover but other then that I didn't like the story. I try many time to pickup the book and read it but just couldn't get pass the writing style When I won this book was some years ago and at that time the idea of the story seemed really good but as time went on when I try to read I can't seem to finish it. I feel like the writing is very childish and i just didn't like it.Even through I didn't like this book I will still try something else by this author in the hopes that I might like it only time will tell.

  • Vidya-BooksAreMagic
    2019-03-09 23:42

    Sarah is a struggling writer. Dave, her agent, needs her script rewritten in the next two weeks in order for her to have any payment possible. So, Dave assigns Sarah a new writing partner, Ryan Nebula. Ryan has some serious issues, which Sarah knows, after some incidents. Although she takes this to Dave, Dave ignores her complaints. At last, when Ryan takes some big steps towards Sarah, she takes refuge in another of her colleague, Zach's place. Things start running bad from then on and the readers come to know why Ryan is behaving like a psycho.This is a simple plotline with common suspense and crime elements. The author has made it pretty clear from the beginning what type of human Ryan is. So, there is no big suspense there, except the places where we wonder what he is going to do next. At those places, the author has given it good. Sarah has a tough life and her relationship with her dad is admirable. She is strong, independent and stubborn. But, thinking of her position with the species of men, it's difficult not to be stubborn. She could have taken a better stand with respect to Ryan and waited out with Zach to see where it goes. Sarah and Zach - the romance was sudden and unexpected. The readers will find it difficult to relate with the romance, or the forever after. There is no background story of why they are attracted all of a sudden.Although I seriously liked this short novel, there are some places that needs immediate repair. First thing comes the writing. The writing has some major flaws and so does the spellings. Second, it seriously needs an editor. Some places are plain wrong."I'm still at the hospital. Ryan killed Dad and he almost killed me.""Good God! This is incredible. Are you safe now?"Seriously? People, especially your own boyfriend, don't say 'incredible', when you are in danger. That's why I said, this book needs an editor/beta as soon as possible. With proper edits, this book will get through the right audience.

  • Krazybooklady
    2019-03-10 18:50

    I felt I had to rate and review this book because I won it in a Goodreads giveaway. I usually do not review books that I have to mark as DNF. This book seriously reads like a first draft. It is a shining example of why indie authors have a bad reputation. (And let me point out that I am very pro-indie.) I could not get into the story because it is poorly written, and the formatting is horrible. Besides, it would have had to really caught my attention to cause me to overlook the double exclamation marks and so many words being capitalized for emphasis.Here are a few examples: (All of these are direct quotes from the book.)"I guess I should have told you...HUH?!""I'm moving in with Greg!!" "GOD DAMN BATTERY! GOD DAMN IT!" (I'm surprised there wasn't double exclamation marks on this one!)"NO WAY!! I can write the living guts out of my own story.""PLEASE!!""HEY, WAIT!""YOWSA!! His brain screamed.""GET IN HERE!!""What??!!""GO SUCK A MONKEY'S ASS SCUM-BAG!!YOU'RE FIRED!!!!" (Yes, 4 exclamation points this time!)"STOP IT! STOP IT! STOP IT! GET OFF OF ME! I'VE GOT TO PEEEE!"(And yes, all of that is capitalized in the book just like that.)Ugh! It continues like this throughout the entire book, but I'm sure you get the idea. All of these capitalized words and double punctuation marks do not belong in a novel! I'm sorry, but there are just too many great books out there waiting to be read for me to spend any time finishing this one.*Edited to add: I'm not saying anything about the plot since I didn't finish it. This quite possibly could be a great story if it was cleaned up, fleshed out, and edited better.

  • Janice
    2019-02-28 18:37

    I won this book in a Goodreads giveaway in exchange for an honest review. Quick story. Fairly short. Sarah Bramwell is an aspiring writer, desperate for money and to get a writing contract. Her agent Dave has a tentative contract BUT Sarah needs to do substantial rewriting in a short (3 week) period. Dave has hired a writer who has talent and a bit of a following- Ryan Nebula. Sarah takes an immediate dislike to Ryan. They have constant verbal spars. To her he is too controlling and pushy. He wants too much of her.While on the job Sarah meets Zack, a producer, working at the same studio. Although Sarah and Zack are barely friends, now Ryan becomes possessive and starts stalking Sarah.Now Sarah becomes alarmed and tries to get Dave to fire Ryan. No one believes her as Ryan becomes more and more out of control forcing Sarah to temporarily stay in Zack's alarmed house.Several twists,turns and surprises. I won't reveal the ending but I liked it and was surprised by it.

  • Julie Baswell
    2019-03-26 23:37

    Sarah is a screenplay writer who has hit rock bottom and is desperate for a contract. When her agent secures one, to her dismay, she has to rewrite a big portion of her finished script. And on top of that, she has to take on a writing partner named Ryan. When Ryan shows psychotic behavior toward her, she tries to stay away from him but it is too late. He seems to have attached himself to her and his behavior gets even worse. In my eyes, this was not a very believable story. As twisted as Ryan was, he shouldn’t have lasted as long as he did. I don’t know why the script was not discussed. I would like to have at least known what it was about. I think there should have been discussion of the changes in the rewrite. The hookup between Sarah and Zack just didn’t click with me at all. The chemistry just wasn’t there. There was no character development at all. I believe this could be an entertaining story with a bit more details added in.

  • Christine Drummond
    2019-03-14 16:56

    * I received this book for free from Goodreads First Reads in exchange for an honest review.*I found 'To Kill a Likening" neither romanceful or suspenseful. Instead, it read like a rough first draft. I understand what the author was trying to do, but it was obvious from the beginning what was going on. The writing was uneven, the characters were flat, and some sections were written too detailed while others would have been better with more information. This book was a difficult read in need of many revisions.

  • Kathryn
    2019-03-07 23:46

    I received this book from Goodreads First Reads Giveaway.I hate to review a book I was unable to finish. This book not only reads as a first rough draft it was as though it was incomplete thoughts. There are just too many errors to ignore. Single sentence paragraphs, subject/verb disagreements, overuse of adjectives and awkward wording. After trying to look past these errors I tried to just look at the plot. The story didn't flow, it was too unbelievable. I really wanted to like this book but it was impossible.

  • Kelley
    2019-03-25 23:50

    Novel won courtesy of giveawayGood story, poor editing. It's really a shame that the book was so poorly edited because I think the story would make a good movie. It read like one. So the story is definitely worth saving.

  • Kathy Chambless
    2019-03-22 15:44

    great book. quick read. Hunt kept you guessing and wanting to turn the page. Plot was gripping and terrifying all at the same time.

  • Tashia Jennings
    2019-03-17 19:40

    Thanks to Goodreads First Reads and the author, M.K. Hunt, I am able to read "To Kill a Likening: Romance Suspense. Thanks so much.

  • M.K.
    2019-03-10 21:51