A book by an author who no one knows the true identity of, KS Hunter is the pseudonym for an international best selling author and has written “Just One Time”. I am delighted to be part of this mysterious and suspense filled book. I wish to thank Rachel at Rachel’s Random Resources for my spot on this tour. It is available as an eBook.
The first novel by K.S. Hunter, the alter ego of an international bestselling author, whose identity will remain a secret.
Desire can have dire consequences
Two years ago, David Madden made a mistake that almost cost him his marriage. His wife, Alison, gave him another chance, but she has not forgotten, nor has she forgiven.
She is irresistible
Then David meets the alluring Nina at a theatre in London. When he loses his phone in the dark, she helps him find it, and by giving her his number he unwittingly invites her into his life.
What David initially views as an innocent flirt turns into a dangerous game of deception. His increasingly suspicious wife thinks something is up, and each lie he tells pushes them further apart.
She is insatiable
Nina pursues David relentlessly, following him to New York where she gives him an ultimatum: sleep with her, just one time, and then she’ll get out of his life forever; or she’ll ruin everything he holds dear.
She is unstoppable
Of course, once won’t be enough for Nina, and what David hoped would be the end is merely the beginning.
A modern-day Fatal Attraction, Just One Time is a steamy psychological thrillerthat will have you hooked from the first page and holding your breath until its shocking conclusion.
Praise for K.S. Hunter
‘An author to watch out for – always interesting and unpredictable’Sophie Hannah
Two years ago David had an affair, his wife Alison had given him a second chance, and together they have a daughter. But Alison has not forgiven him and has not forgotten what he has done to their family. Alison comes across as a cold and bitter woman, and who would blame her, it is obvious that their marriage is not good. But a chance meeting at the theatre one evening changes things. David meets the beautiful and alluring Nina as she helps him to find his phone. A little harmless flirting and that’s the end of it, or so you would think!
Well this is steamy, there are some very racy moments in this book, with some quite descriptive sections and also language to go with it. Now I admit to choosing to read this book for the psychological aspect as well as the chance to read a book by a mysterious author, I didn’t pay too much heed to the steamy side of it. If I had I may not of picked it, but I am so glad I did. The fictional psychological side of it is brilliant, when you read about this being a modern-day Fatal Attraction, it’s not wrong, but it is far deeper and darker than that. As Nina pulls David further into her world and into her game, the stakes are raised, to a point that has you sat on a knife-edge as you wonder what Nina is going to do next. This makes it an extremely addictive thriller and a real page turner from start to finish.
My opinions of the characters changed as the story progressed. For me it gave me a feeling of being well thought out and well written. The plot for this is a basic one in some ways, but it has been taken to the extremes, it does have quite a few moments where you start to think about how easy it would be to find and follow a person if you really wanted to. It is a tense, well paced thriller that I really enjoyed.
If you like you psychological thrillers to be deep, dark, twisted and addictive then give this book a go. It is not for the easily offended, but if you can deal with the sexual references it is so worth reading.
About the Author !
Author Bio – K.S. Hunter is the pseudonym of an international bestselling author. The identity of the author, who lives in the United Kingdom, will remain a mystery.
- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 2240.0 KB
- Print Length: 182 pages
- Publisher: VAD Publishing; 1 edition (7 Dec. 2017)
- Purchase from Amazon UK
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