Serial Misogyny: One Sister's Story

Serial Misogyny One Sister s Story Rebecca Dash appears to have the perfect man Caring kind compassionate Richard is everything she ever desired But when things start to fall apart six weeks before the wedding from him canceling the

  • Title: Serial Misogyny: One Sister's Story
  • Author: Lex Ramsay
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 428
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Rebecca Dash appears to have the perfect man Caring, kind, compassionate, Richard is everything she ever desired.But when things start to fall apart six weeks before the wedding from him canceling the wedding that had been their shared dream for years, to faking a heart attack and threatening suicide he shatters their relationship and begins a series of disturbing iRebecca Dash appears to have the perfect man Caring, kind, compassionate, Richard is everything she ever desired.But when things start to fall apart six weeks before the wedding from him canceling the wedding that had been their shared dream for years, to faking a heart attack and threatening suicide he shatters their relationship and begins a series of disturbing incidents that force Rebecca to examine who Richard really is Rebecca begins to piece together the patchwork quilt of Richard s sociopathic persona, revealing him to be a serial killer of the soul a man who crafts false love of legendary proportions A man whose every relationship with a woman is defined by his vicious attempts to destroy his lovers lives A man who appears to be the perfect lover, while leading his victims to their psychological and emotional destruction A modern day Ripper, a psychological torturer, a serial misogynist.

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      Published :2018-05-03T09:13:13+00:00

    1 thought on “Serial Misogyny: One Sister's Story”

    1. This is going to be one long-ass review. “Yet each man kills the thing he loves. By each let this be heard. Some do it with a bitter look. Some with a flattering word. The coward does it with a kiss. The brave man with a sword.”Oscar Wilde,“The Ballad of Reading Gaol” Andddd….e truth has been spoken!To take a leaf out of the author’s book: I do not know who may be reading this, and I will take any opportunity to enlighten anyone I can at any time. Book 6 of the "get-them-known" chall [...]

    2. I like the idea of the book. It could be that I'm totally stupid but I think the story is very good, it could have been told in half the amount of pages though. I love the fact that it starts with Rebecca taking revenge - identify with that totally! Just got very distracted with a lot of description - especially of clothes and clothes labels. Don't really figure what all of those has to do with the main story - a real bastard who uses women and finally met his match. If you are prepared to bypas [...]

    3. Awful. Absolutely horrible. Can't believe this is considered is considered literature. Well "healed men ". HEELED. Terrible, poor writer. Sick of reading about what characters are wearing or driving. Drivel. Trash at best. Can't believe this

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