A Kiss Before You Leave Me
Miranda Kincaid used liquor and other men to flee the control of her husband Vince and his mother Kathleen. Now divorced, sober, and man-free, she's putting her life back together. Vince, now her friend, wants her back--and his mother will stop at nothing to keep them apart. Kathleen's secret weapon? A new man: a seductive, married misfit, a once and future painter with demons of his own--and his own plans for Miranda.
Equal parts moral tale and 'guilty pleasure', 'A Kiss Before You Leave Me' is plotted like a thriller, but its most memorable violence is emotional--and all the more disturbing because it's done in the name of love.
Eleven consecutive rave reviews from readers at Amazon.com; average rating 4.9 stars (out of 5).
'Cast a spell over me from the opening words... Strange and unexpected... Develops as the kind of affair you might have had (if you were lucky or cursed, depending on how you look at it) that makes you think deeper, drawing emotions not only from your heart and mind, but your very soul. Surface things are not always as they appear, motives, intentions, people. Seductive, powerful... excellent overall.' --Red Haircrow, flyingwithredhaircrow.wordpress.com
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