Dictating Death Book #Review


This book is not light reading. There are graphic scenes and there is not HEA. NOT intended for teens or young adults. Again, this is not light reading. Violence and craziness. You've been warned.


Samantha wants to love him.

Maria wants to kill him.

Dr. Luke Lawson has no idea that the girl he’s dating has split personalities fighting to control her body. Samantha must keep Luke safe at all costs.

If Samantha wins, Maria will die and disappear forever – taking Samantha with her.

If Maria wins, Dr. Lawson will die and she and Samantha will move on to the next doctor – the next kill.

But Luke is special.

He could save Samantha from herself… but only if Samantha can save him.

I received a free copy of this novel in exchange for my honest review.

Dictating Death is not for the faint at heart.  Samantha shares her thoughts, movements , and well her body with her alter ego Maria.  Samantha is the smart sweet woman that does medical transcription for a living.  Maria, well, she tortures and murders the clientele.  The end result, practice for revenge on the man that ruined them and brought them into being.

I love Bonnie Paulson's novels and when the opportunity arose to review not only a new novel, but a new genre, I jumped at the chance.  This story was so well written and freaked me out so much, I'm definitely going to be leery of new encounters with people for awhile.  If you live spine tingling psychological suspense novels, this has got to be added to your reading pile.

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