How to kiss a girl at the cinema
Kiss the Girls (Alex Cross, #2) by James PattersonI received an ARC of Kiss the Girls via NetGalley and I would like to thank James Patterson, Random House UK, Cornerstone and Arrow. Although this is a well-known classic thriller, first released in 1995, a new version with that strikingly awesome cover is being published on 29 June 2017. Kiss the Girls is the second outing featuring detective and psychologist Alex Cross and it follows on from the excellent Along Came A Spider.
The story starts with Alex arriving home one day to find a houseful of crying relatives. The reason being that his niece Naomi has gone missing whilst she is away from the family studying law in Carolina. They are shocked and devastated of course. To make matters more complex, this is not an isolated incident. This has happened to at least six attractive, intelligent women recently so the police are suspecting a serial kidnapper. As this is personal, Alex talks his way from Washington D.C. to Carolina where he aligns himself with the local force and the FBI investigating these mysterious disappearances which have left no evidence or even the smallest lead.
Kiss the Girls includes familiar characters that are frequent throughout the series such as Alexs partner, the Man Mountain Detective John Sampson and also his FBI contact, Special Agent Kyle Craig. I really enjoyed reading more about these characters as well as about Alex himself. Similar to the majority of these thrillers, we are introduced to new highly interesting and deep characters such as the two killers and a female student Doctor and karate expert, Kate.
The action switches between Washington D.C and Carolina. The novel flows at breakneck speed and the chapters are always short, sharp and precise keeping the action intense and gripping. Alex does what he does best which is trying to get into the minds of these notorious monsters to try and find a trail that shed some light of these horrific happenings. I have read approximately six Alex Cross novels and my experience throughout these books, Kiss the Girls included, is that Patterson does compose some gruesome and upsetting scenes including rape and murder so this is not for the lighthearted.
I dont want to divulge any real details about the plot or the direction this book takes. When I read, I always try and predict what will happen. Kiss the Girls was so hugely unpredictable that I didnt bother trying to guess but just buckled myself in so I could enjoy the journey. Apologies for the cliche, but the narrative is like an intense roller coaster. It plummeted my mind in one direction, then there was a twist, then I thought a certain revelation was awesome only then to realise I was blind sighted and things werent as they seemed at all. It leaves you slightly disorientated but in a great way. As Alexs parts are in the first person, I emphasised with his distress and confusion at certain points as it tries to solve this case yet, I was also given a real buzz when something unraveled in Alexs favour and when his deductions proved fruitful. The other characters are presented in the third person which means that we have a complete view of everything that is happening and are with Alex when he puts the pieces of the puzzle together to try and rescue his niece, amongst the other missing ladies. To call this a thriller is an understatement. This is my favourite Alex Cross book so far and I cant wait to read Cat and Mouse next and complete the series chronologically. (I have already read Jack and Jill before anyone states that I have the order wrong lol!) Highly recommend.
Kiss at the Cinema
Come on. The charming main actor asks a girl out. While they are watching, he smoothly puts his arm around her and then it happens. I would have given everything. Nobody was better at this than me. I remember this one time with this amazing girl. She was beautiful and all I wanted was to feel her soft lips.
After writing how to get a girlfriend? Kissing a girl at the movies can be exciting and fun at the same time. Kissing a girl at the movie can even test your courage. In every romantic movie, it is very common to kiss in theaters and everyone wants to try it once. There is no bad place to kiss a girl if you both are ready for it. Kissing a girl at the movie can even be more romantic and safe as due to dark. She may not feel that much shy in having a kiss.
Kiss at the Cinema
Going to the movies is a popular date idea, and this young couple can't wait to hold hands in the dark movie theater. But, after a few romantic scenes, this cute boy is feeling inspired to go in for a smooch. The security guard is patrolling the aisles in search of mischievous teens, so this young couple will need to stay on guard if they want to avoid getting tossed out of the movie. Pay close attention to the security guard and lock lips whenever he's not paying attention to fill the kiss meter and move on to the next level. You'll lose a life for each time you get caught, so stay sharp and kiss your honey into the next level in this fun online kissing game for girls! Welcome to Girl Games , the largest free game site made just for girl gamers!
We sat in the movie theater holding hands. I could feel her glancing at me from the corner of my eye. It was obvious that she wanted me to make a move. I ignored her glance for as long as possible, because I had no idea how to kiss a girl. How could a 10th grader still not know how to kiss a girl?! So, I checked my ego, and went in for the kiss.
Who was your first kiss? Not the actual, physical kiss — that is really none of my business — but a witnessed meeting of two mouths on-screen? Jack and Rose in the boiler room of the Titanic? Or was it an older, more canonical osculation, from the era when a kiss was as far as an on-screen pair were allowed to go, with or without the benefit of clergy? Did you think it was gross? Did it get in the way of the action, or was it the action you wanted to see? Did you learn anything about your own desires or your techniques for fulfilling them?