Killing Memories

Rated 4.20/5 based on 5 reviews
At 26 years old, Estela is completely inexperienced in love, and the women in her life just won’t let her die a lonely virgin spinster with donut glaze on her face. She has no time for men, but after a few matchmaking attempts, courtesy of Moo and Estela's family, men begin descending upon her with great gusto and flair. One's the Antichrist and the other makes her body hum. [Revised 2014] More

Available ebook formats: epub mobi pdf rtf lrf pdb txt html

About Tatiana Moore

Tatiana Moore (Tanya A. Nading, 1981-) has been writing fiction for over 15 years. She started sharing her work with FictionPress readers in 2006 and is now happy to share with new readers. She writes mainly contemporary romance and young adult, but is often entertaining many different ideas that span across genres.

Tatiana lives in Maryland and is actively working on the sequels to her "Killing Memories" series.

Follow her on twitter @tatiana_writes

Learn more about Tatiana Moore

Also in Series: Killing Memories

Also by This Author


l c reviewed on on May 27, 2014

Sorry, not my cup of tea. Theplot line drags along slooowly and no real progress or character development happening. Could not finish. On the positive side, no typos and well edited.
(review of free book)
akhrie zh reviewed on on May 14, 2013

wow... This book is great. Had a amazing, exciting reading. Can't wait for the next book. Keep it up Tatiana
(review of free book)
Doris Holmes reviewed on on April 12, 2013

I think this author is going to become one of my favorites. I don't usually like heroines that are so needy and faint of heart, but I do believe I am going to learn to like Estela and her friend Moo. Good read.
(review of free book)
Tami L. reviewed on on July 13, 2012

So happy that i got this ebook. I totally recommend it and can't wait for the next one!
(reviewed 5 days after purchase)
I Eat Books reviewed on on June 13, 2012

I absolutely loved this book! I fell in love with the characters--well, most of the characters. One of them made me sick to my stomach (those of you who have read it know who I am talking about). Estela is a beautiful, yet flawed, character (read: human), and I love how the author worked a tight-nit/traditional Latino family into the story. I grew up in along the U.S.-Mexico border and some scenes had me missing home. I look forward to the next book, and will purchase it as soon as it is available (a not so subtle hint to the author).
(reviewed 13 days after purchase)
Report this book