Everyone Knows How Much I Love You

Everyone Knows How Much I Love You

At age thirty, Rose is fierce and smart, both self-aware and singularly blind to her power over others. When she moves to New York, she is unexpectedly swallowed up by her past, reuniting with Lacie, the former best friend she betrayed in high school. Captivated once again by her old friend's strange charisma, Rose convinces Lacie to let her move in and the two, now roommates, fall into an intense, uneasy friendship.

While tutoring the offspring of Manhattan's wealthy elite, Rose works on a novel she keeps secret -- because it stars Lacie, and details the betrayal that almost turned deadly. But the difference between fiction and fact, past and present, begins to blur, and soon Rose finds herself increasingly drawn to Lacie's boyfriend, exerting a sexual power she barely understands she has, and playing a risky game that threatens to repeat the worst moments of her and Lacie's lives.

Title:Everyone Knows How Much I Love You
ISBN:9781984819758
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  • marilyn

    Everyone Knows How Much I Love You stars Rose, a woman who thinks nobody notices her. She's awkward, weird (but I think the weirdness is almost forced because she thinks so much of herself, all the ti...

  • Nilufer Ozmekik

    Toxic rivalry and obsessed relationship dynamics between girlfriends: Single White Female meets Roommate. The plot line is a little familiar and I think so many authors lately picked up this kind of o...

  • Michelle

    I'm going to set this one aside. Listen, I love love love stories about toxic female friendships. Social Creature and Necessary People being two of my favorites so I was excited to check this book out...

  • DeAnn

    *Now available *3 toxic friendship starsPicture our main character, Rose, she’s 30, a Harvard graduate, winner of several writing prizes, working with an editor on a book, and living in New York. So...

  • Jessica Woodbury

    We have an abundance of novels right now about complex female relationships, from friendships to mentorships and everything in between. Most of these books are about some kind of unspoken obsession, t...

  • Terry ~ Huntress of Erudition

    Awkward, almost cringe-worthy, is the way Rose, our protagonist, inserts herself back into the life of her former best friend and adolescrent girl crush, Lacie.She not only loves Lacie, she wants to B...

  • ABookwormWithWine

    Everyone Knows How Much I Love You by Kyle McCarthy is a peculiar book that looks deep into female friendships while also touching on the lives of the wealthy people of New York. It's on the short sid...

  • Jan

    DNFThis was an ARC from the publisher, so I feel bad, but this one just isn’t for me. I haven’t even made it to the second chapter yet, but I’m not clicking with this writing style.Take a look a...

  • Cyndi Becker

    Kyle Mccarthy delivers a debut novel that is simply stunning. Her writing is exemplary; poetic, descriptive, and thought-provoking. Also, the story is very well-plotted. But, at about 20% in I almost ...

  • Aga Durka

    I just don’t know how I feel about this book. I loved some parts and I did not enjoy others. I am a sucker for a female friendship dynamics theme in a book and I was so excited to dive into this sto...