The title of the book did throw me off since Leilac wasn’t really an Assassin that killed people for a living but instead killed the company. The story seemed to be more focused on descriptions of various places in the E.U. which were beautifully written painting vivid images of the landscape on my mind movie.… Continue reading The title of the book
To summarize the plot Leilac is in truth a corporate raider who travels around the E.U. having sex with a number of beautiful women, eating, drinking, and driving fancy expensive cars while delivering secret messages, compromising photos and other documents. Leilac Leamas is the primary character and the narrator of the story. Leilac seems like… Continue reading To summarize the plot Leilac
An exquisite delight… Covers very importants life topics in such a beautiful and relatable way for such a fantastical plot.
I loved Chapter 26 so much though it did make me tear up with the surprise letter from Astrid. Astrid chapter wasn’t just some off the wall sex/romance/adventure it had a real big and importantbmessage behind it and I felt that with all my ❤. Of course there is another special chapter for me, but… Continue reading I loved Chapter 26 so
This book brings all sort of human emotions inside you! More than just sex, prety women and beautiful places. A sordid tale that slowly unfolds to reveal the transformation of Leilac in relation to Mariangela and vice versa.
One of the perks of The Sexual Life Of An Assassin is Mariangela and Chiara, adding intensity to the whole book with the hot sex scenes, the betrayal and the friendship; they are both eye candy for men and also women. Even if I see myself in one adventure in this-amazing adventure/chapter too-I confess my… Continue reading One of the perks of
This book is a guilty pleasure of mine. It’s an amazing journey across the Mediterranean’s countries, food and incredible places in the first person. Leilac travels to Lisbon, Milan, Barcelona, Paris, Positano, Salerno, Potenza, Matera, Bari, Madrid, Lago di Como, Bergamo, Toscana… where he finds the best hotels, restaurants, places, experiences and love the most… Continue reading This book is a guilty
English is not my mother tongue, so I have some difficulty to read this book quickly and so I haven’t finished it yet. But that’s good because I’m slowly enjoying each chapter. I loved chapter 11 that I just read last night. I can imagine myself being driven in that classic Fiat 124 spider cabrio… Continue reading English is not my mother
Sometimes it’s hard to sympathize with the emotional ease as Leilac jumps from woman to woman, from sex to sex. Clearly, many of the women in the book expected more than a fleeting relationship with Leilac. But then we see how Leilac treated each one of these women and realize he loved each of them… Continue reading Sometimes it’s hard to sympathize
This book justifies to the genre every bit of second. Its thrilling and erotic. in addition, it’s full of information about places, hotels, fantastic experiences (sexual, gastronomic, romantic, adventurous) and very interesting academic or common life topics. In this book I found good wines, the story of Cazu Marzu cheese (the scene in Cortina d’Ampezo),… Continue reading This book justifies to the