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The Hypnotist's Love Story

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As possible to the new woman who has replaced her At least then Saskia can still be part of their storyBut it's a fine line between love and obsession And when Ellen and Saskia's lives collide both women must decide how far they are prepared to go in the name of lo. Highly enjoyable addictive page turning as most Moriarty books are But I definitely enjoyed this one than some of her others

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It takes only a single moment to permanently cross a lineEllen has made a career out of helping her hypnotherapy clients understand and confront their behaviour So when she starts dating handsome widower Patrick Ellen is fascinated to discover that he's being stalke. I have one word for this book deceitful She's a good writer offering fun dialog and characters to like and dislike But if an author is going to write as though something big is going to happen at any moment please God that author should make something happen ONCE in 432 pages Just ONCE Something Anything So many missed opportunities for a good story here I don't know that I'll read What Alice Forgot anytime soon because that's even longer and the torture I feel from this story or lack thereof is too fresh Oh one big flaw A man takes a woman for a romantic getaway to the same hotel that he took his excurrent stalker to just a few short years before And that woman doesn't mind Riiiggggghhhht An Heiress in Venice (Nights in Venice understand and confront their behaviour So when she starts dating handsome widower Patrick Ellen is fascinated to discover that he's being stalke. I have one word for this book deceitful She's a good writer offering fun dialog and characters to like and dislike But if an author is going to write as though something big is going to happen at any moment please God that author should make something happen ONCE in 432 pages Just ONCE Something Anything So many missed opportunities for a good story here I don't know that I'll read What Alice Forgot anytime soon because that's even longer and the torture I feel from this story or lack thereof is too fresh Oh one big flaw A man takes a woman for a romantic getaway to the same hotel that he took his excurrent stalker to just a few short years before And that woman doesn't mind Riiiggggghhhht

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D by his ex girlfriend Saskia Intrigued Ellen finds herself longing to meet this woman without realising she already hasSaskia has spent the last few years refusing to move on from Patrick And if they're no longer together then the next best thing is to get as close. “I thought Patrick was my perfect love story Except he's not He's the hypnotist's love story I'm the ex girlfriend in the hypnotist's love story Not the heroine I'm only a minor character” This was not in my opinion a love story If asked to describe this book to a friend I would say The Hypnotist’s Love Story was fantastic storytelling about a woman who didn’t really know what she wanted and another woman who didn’t have the coping mechanisms to let go of the past There were three main characters in the story Ellen the Hypnotist Patrick Ellen’s new love interest and Saskia Patrick’s ex and stalkerThough Patrick was a main character in the book we really only got to see his personality and thoughts through the two women in the book This story was really told from Ellen and Saskia’s point of view I really liked that we got to see Saskia’s point of view Very often in stories about stalkers their characters are very one dimensional and we don’t really get a view into what drove them to their behaviours Though I kept wanting to scream at her throughout the book to get help I couldn’t help but sympathize with her Patrick broke up with her in a pretty unforgivable way While most would have been able to move on Saskia clearly didn’t have the support or coping skills to do that I truly felt her anger and helplessness over the situation particularly since a young child was involved and Saskia not only lost Patrick but his son Jack whom she helped raise “if he'd ever just said I'm sorry and meant it then I think I could have let it go Perhaps then I would have eventually healed like people do Instead it got infected It spread Like gangrene It took hold It's his fault I know what I do is unacceptable Deep down I do know this But he started it” I’ve often thought that when a relationship ends it can feel like a death I believe to a lesser extent you go through some of the same stages as grieving the death of a loved one So again I could totally relate to Saskia and her socially unacceptable feelings “If Patrick had been killed in a car accident I would have been allowed to grieve for him for years People would have sent me flowers and sympathy cards; they would have dropped off casseroles I would have been allowed to keep his photos up to talk about him to remember the good times But because he dumped me because he was still alive my sadness was considered undignified and pathetic” Ellen’s character was so different from Saskia From her I truly got the impression that she had a pre conceived notion of what euated to happiness and was looking to check off the boxes So it came as no surprise to me that when she got these things she was not suddenly feeling happy and fulfilled I see this all the time and have been guilty of it myself I think the message that I took away from Ellen’s story was that happiness comes from within and you have to accept the people in your life for who they are instead of being disappointed when they don’t match up to your unrealistic fantasy Only then can you truly enjoy having them in your lifeVery early on in the story as Ellen talked about the ethics of her using her hypnotherapy skills on people she knew all the while wondering what was going on in Patrick's head I kept thinking to myself careful This could be a slippery slope I will admit to not feeling too much sympathy for Patrick throughout the novel I can’t help but wonder if the roles had been reversed and it was a woman being stalked instead of the man would my feelings have been different I’m embarrassed to say that I think the answer may be yes Once I put aside my anger towards the way Patrick treated Saskia I think I was able to finally see what a terrible stress her actions must have put on himLove every word of this story