Books about Abusive/Controlling Relationships (138 books)Saving
To be or not to be…is not the question. Louise has nothing. Lavinia has everything. After a chance encounter, the two spiral into an intimate, intense, and possibly toxic friendship. A Talented Mr. Ripley for the digital age, this seductive story takes a classic tale of obsession and makes it irresistibly new.
No matter your situation or how hopeless you may feel, please know that you are not alone, you do not deserve this, and there is help. Visit the National Domestic Violence website here or you can call the hotline at Her parents are divorced, leaving her and two brothers with their narcissistic mother. Her only reprieve is her art, and her dream of attending the Prism art school in New York City. When the wealthy Omar Farid dies and leaves his fortune to his three widows, Perveen becomes suspicious when she sees that all three have signed over their inheritance to charity. As Perveen investigates and gets to know the secluded widows, she uncovers the dangerous truth.
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In Nigeria, romance has always been a popular medium for storytelling across all artforms. Toxic relationships often go beyond romance.
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Toxic relationships lie at the heart of so many thrillers, our pages filled with terrible marriages, gaslighters, stalkers and the obsessed. We seem to enjoy reading about dysfunctional relationships as much as we do great loves, maybe because we are all capable of being the best and worst versions of ourselves in romantic relationships. Reading about these couples is a reminder that the scariest places to be are often not the haunted house or the dark street, but inside our own heads or trapped within a bad relationship. Deep Water by Patricia Highsmith. A brilliant portrayal of just how wrong a marriage can go. Rebecca by Daphne du Maurier. Never let anyone tell you this is a love story, it is one of the best depictions of gaslighting you will ever read.