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Killing Jenna Crane: A Romantic Thriller by Lynette Sofras

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Killings Jenna Crane by Lynette Sofras

Ellis Crawford is a famous and successful Author of the Jenna Crane Mystery Series. He meets who he thinks is the "perfect woman" Emily. He is tormented by memories of a woman (Chloe) he once loved, but broke her heart.

Soon Ellis finds himself so lost in despair, his life starts to spin out of control. Doesn't help that Emily wants him to kill off Jenna, an act that will cause fan uproar and devastate his career. Will Ellis be able to pull it together? Or will he slowly self destruct?

Ellis, very flawed and on the brink of madness was still very likable (to me). Watching him suffer, tormented and drastically changing daily was very intense. Chloe the woman who loved him dearly, to which he was unable to return that love, was perfect.

Well written we get to see and feel what Ellis is going through. The dialog was so deep rooted I felt everything he was going through. At times it was almost hard to watch Ellis keep slipping, yet so satisfying at the same time. Lynette Sofras really knows how to grab your attention, tug you by the heart-strings and pull you right into Ellis' world.

I highly recommend Killing Jenna Crane to those who love a great psychological/suspense/love story. I feel this book is not one specif genre but many swirled into a perfect five-star read. ( )
  SheriAWilkinson | Mar 11, 2016 |
When novelist Ellis Crawford meets the girl of his dreams, the beautiful, utterly perfect Emily, he is prepared to do anything for her. And I mean anything. He is even prepared to kill Jenna Crane. Not that Jenna Crane is a real person, exactly. She is a figment of his imagination, the popular heroine of his highly successful series.
He abandons his old friends and for the first time in his life is ready to commit to one woman. Why then does his life begin to dip dangerously out of control?

Fans of Lynette Sofras may be surprised by this story. All her novels are more than just romance, but this one is even more. It is as much a novel of psychological suspense as a love story, and it takes you deep into the mind of a haunted man.

I think it is her best yet. Beautifully-written, as I have come to expect from this author, with superb characterisation. But what makes it stand out is the sheer originality of the plot.

Lynette Sofras is definitely an author to watch out for. ( )
  jennytwist | Jan 14, 2013 |
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