KILLING THE SUN is a collaborative novel by K. Larsen and Mara White.
Aimee Olsen has secrets. Secrets she's desperate to escape.
She flees a one horse town in Oklahoma to New York City at the age of nineteen where she meets Daniel Montclair, a business magnate, thirty years her senior. Danny introduces his ingenue to a life of luxury, hedonism and the procurement of desire. But Danny's elite world is a tangled web of lies. As Aimee tries to navigate his playground, her past and present collide and she's faced with a choice.
If she wants it all, Aimee will have to accept the kind of woman she really is.
Everyone lies. Everyone loves. But does everyone win?
KTS is a serial novel that will come in three novellas released in rapid succession.
If you choose to take this ride, please do so at your own risk.
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About the Author
Interests: Reading/Writing· Viola · Piano · Gardening · Pets · Coffee · Chocolates · Running I am an avid reader, coffee drinker, and chocolate eater who loves writing. I received my B.A. from Simmons College- a while ago. I currently live with my husband and daughter in Maine. I'm working on my fourth novel and it's a doozy! I've published Saving Caroline, Dating Delaney, 30 Days and Committed and the Bloodlines Series (Tug of War, Objective, Resistance and Target 84) and Jezebel. Enjoy! I love hearing from you so please feel free to contact me! On amazon: http://www.amazon.com/-/e/B00AN1BSIE
Mara White is a contemporary romance and erotica writer who laces forbidden love stories with hard issues, such as race, gender and inequality. She holds an Ivy League degree but has also worked in more strip clubs than even she can remember. She is not a former Mexican telenovela star contrary to what the tabloids might say, but she is a former ballerina and will always remain one in her heart. She lives in NYC with her husband and two children and yes, when she’s not writing you can find her on the playground.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
I’m not sure where to even begin with this book. It’s rare that I have moments ranging from 1 star all the way to 5 stars all in the same story but this one did it for me. The story itself would be a 4.5 star. Great potential but I took issue with a few keys things and even though they may be personal preference, it bothered me enough that it stuck with me throughout. I like dark stories, typically much darker than this one, and this one had a great suspense plot to it but you won’t see much of that until you get to part 3. The characters…I didn’t care for Aimee/Sunshine much at all. Numerous reasons but specifically she’s a doormat through almost the entire story, knows it and does nothing about it but complain. I didn't connect with her at all. We didn’t get as much POV from Danny as Aimee but I liked Danny as well as all of the other secondary characters. The execution of the story was not for me. I read the full 3 part series at once and if I didn’t already have parts 2 and 3, I probably wouldn’t have gone on to read them. It was very hard for me to get into right from the start. It didn’t flow very well to me. That got better as the story progressed but the whole story bounces around so much I spent most of the book lost, confused and frustrated and it really took away from the story for me. I’m ok with books that go from present to past throughout the book but this one would go from past “scene 1”, cut off part of the way through “scene 1” and go to present. Then it would jump back to past in a completely different scene, go back to present and somewhere further into the book, jump back to the original past “scene 1” and continue with this pattern until the original past “scene 1” was complete. Too much for me because it got to the point where it felt as though things were just being placed randomly. If you can keep track of it all there's a great story unfolding.