Kill Me Tomorrow: A Psychological Thriller
From the bestselling author of The Social Affair and HER comes a mind-bending thriller that's soaked with raw sensuality, as an investigator's search takes a wicked turn when he meets a beautiful and provocative woman.
Ali is a sex therapist-slash-guru, famous for the work she does helping others find pleasure.
The problem: Ali can never quite find it for herself.
Her life's work makes nothing taboo, nothing off limits. And she's tried everything short of murder. Although, with the way things are going, it's not off the table.
When Ethan Lane is hired to investigate the death of a wealthy bachelor, he isn't expecting to stumble into a string of murders. The victims are men, and all members of a popular dating app. Operating undercover with a profile of his own, he meets the woman of his dreams—who also happens to be his best suspect.
The question: Can Lane stay alive long enough to prove his theory? And does he want to?
What readers are saying about Kill Me Tomorrow:
★★★★★ "Absolutely stunning! This psychological thriller kept me on the glued to the page from start to finish. The plot twists are masterfully executed, leaving me shocked and gasping for breath!" - Goodreads reviewer
★★★★★ "I was blown away by the intricate storyline and the unpredictable nature of this thriller. The character development was excellent, and I found myself emotionally invested in every single one of them." - Goodreads reviewer
★★★★★ "This is by far the best psychological thriller I have ever read. The writing is sharp and captivating, and the pacing is perfect. I couldn't put this book down until I finished it!" - Goodreads reviewer
★★★★★ "If you're looking for a gripping and intense thriller, this is it. The author has a talent for building suspense, and I was constantly on the edge of my seat. The ending was satisfying and left me feeling fulfilled." - Goodreads reviewer
★★★★★ "This book is a must-read for any fans of psychological thrillers. The twists and turns will leave you reeling, and the emotional impact of this story is truly unforgettable. I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a thrilling and thought-provoking read." - Goodreads reviewer
Keeps you guessing till the end!
Kill Me Tomorrow a psychological thriller by Britney King keeps you guessing till the end.
That cover... intriguing
Those characters ... interesting
That prologue ... oh my gosh (never disappoints)
That story ... 👏🏼👏🏼👏🏼
So many questions throughout this story, (they do get answered) trying to figure out who the killer is. I recounted this story to my husband throughout reading and kept trying to figure out who did it. We had suspicions and still did not pick the right character.
I’m excited to get pick up the next Britney King book.
Great story. Thanks for the thrilling ride.
Fast Paced Thrilling Suspense
Kill Me Tomorrow is a fast paced, sexy psychological thriller. Ali Brown is a sex therapist in four different major cities. Ethan Lane is a private investigator hired by a woman to find out who murdered her father. As a recently divorced, father of three, he tries a dating app. It’s the same app that Ali uses. He suspects that Ali is murdering men and staging their deaths to look like suicides. In order to get close to her, he starts seeing her. They have insane chemistry, but he still isn’t sure what she does or doesn’t do with other men. This story was so easy to read. I enjoyed the different POV’s and the suspense aspect. I definitely recommend this book to everyone who enjoys reading Psychological thrillers.
I read this baby in one setting. Sat down on my couch with a slice of chocolate cake and didn't get up until I had read the final sentence.
Ali is a famous guru that likes to go on dating apps for casual sex. She practices what she teaches in her therapy sessions and hones her skills. Ethan is a private investigator hired to prove a suicide was actually murder for a paying client. Lets be honest, he needs the money. When a series of murders across the US have a dating app in common Ethan suspects he is dealing with a serial killer. Both characters are playing a sexy deadly game.
I have been trying to make friends here in Georgia for almost two years now and it is impossible because I'm not originally from here and I don't have any kin here. Worse of all, I'm a yankee with a Northern accent. Feels like that means I am going to be a permanent outcast. So much for Southern Hospitality. Recently I tried making friends online through different apps. I loved Ethan's speed dating experience while he was trying to find a suspect. OMG I felt an instant connection. I have chatted online, given out my phone number, met up with a few people. Its definitely not all its cracked up to be. I think Britney did a great job describing the thrill and frustration that comes along with this new reality of meeting others.
There were 3 POVs. I've noticed this is something the author likes to do in several books. Have the obvious main characters and then the killer as its own POV so the readers come along either guessing or assuming who is talking. I like it, even when I KNOW who the killer is its nice to wonder... am I right?
I received a copy of this novel from the Enticing Journey tour company . All opinions are my own, any positive review is voluntary.