He didn't mention her name. He just said that a woman had come to him, desperate to kill herself, but not wanting her family and friends to know. And had the idea to employ someone to pretend to be her online, so that no one would be able to tell she was not still alive.
What if the friend you were writing to, confiding in or falling in love with wasn't who you thought they were at all? What if the person replying in their name was someone you had never met, and would never even notice if you passed them in the street?
And what if you had no way of knowing until it was too late...?
Lottie Moggach is a journalist who has written for The Times, Financial Times, Time Out, Elle, GQ and The London Paper. She lives in north London and is the daughter of novelist Deborah Moggach.
Kiss Me First
Author: Lottie Moggach