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300 pages, Kindle Edition
First published December 31, 2014
For those who have not read book 1, stop reading this review right now and go get it. You will be glad you did. Although there is a lot of reaching back – so you are not lost when meeting the characters, and the situation Cosette is in, which is namely, trading in her addiction for murder for a sex one with a slight touch of sadistic rage – here is a quick rundown.
Cosette finds herself struggling to be a good girl and not end up back in hell. Now, not only are her friends trying to help her cope with being outed as the murderous hero who killed the Poser gang and saved Hilda, but she is becoming the queen of her high school clique and they are being pulled in by her deviant sexual desires. However, the closer they get to her, the more they want to know what it is like to be a killer. And the more they question her, the closer she comes to going over the edge. And taking them all along with her.
In Controlling Cosette, Atty Eve gives us a couple of dilemmas. Is trading one addiction for another really a road to redemption? Is it still a sin if no one gets hurt? Where is the line between hero and villain? When you enjoy killing bad people, does that makes you a bad person? And finally, I’ll ask you this, “Can you really have a good orgy without someone dying?”
Read Controlling Cosette and find out the answers to these titillating questions and more, very odd turn of events, and a very good five-star story.
Controlling Cosette: My Beautiful Suicide book two