Title: Watch Me Follow
Author: Harloe Rae
Genre: New Adult Contemporary Romance
Release Date: February 2, 2018
Creep. Freak. Crazy
I’ve heard it all.
Over the years,
they’ve slammed me with every demeaning name in the book.
Their taunts warped
me like a steady stream of poison.
anxiety as I started believing the cruelty spat my way.
Until she showed up
and changed everything.
Lennon Bennett is
pure innocence—warm sunshine breaking apart my stormy existence.
good and maybe I can be too.
For her. With her.
Because of her.
Lennon doesn’t know
I’m beckoned closer with each breath. She isn’t aware that I’m completely
consumed with her.
It’s become my sole
purpose to protect her, by any means necessary.
But if she
discovers the depth of my obsession, it will be the end of me.
So, I remain in the
She’ll be my first.
My last. My only.
Watch Me Follow is
a TOTAL standalone.
This is one of those books that spoke to my soul. Ryker has to be one of the best men I’ve read so far this year. I know that we aren’t that far in, but he was just that amazing. His internal dialogue warmed my heart and made me swoon so hard. I know this is about both Ryker and Lennon, but this book to me was about Ryker over coming his past and being his amazing self. Lennon was kinda like Ryker, and seeing her come out of her shell, her loving Ryker, it made this book a masterpiece.
I could go on and on, with the amount of quotes that I had highlighted in this book, people would think I’m crazy, but I couldn’t help it. Like I said; it warmed my heart and just spoke to me.
This book as a whole is a poetic masterpiece that opened my eyes, made me swoon and root for these characters to get the happy ending that they deserved. I loved everything about it. This may have been my first book by this author but it won’t be my last. 5 stars #2OCCJD
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He’s becoming really obvious.
The mystery man is here again, hidden in the shadows and out of clear sight, but I’m catching onto him.
After noticing him standing behind me the other day, the dark stranger has been appearing everywhere lately. I’m pretty sure this guy wants to get caught. Perhaps he’s been hanging nearby a lot longer and I’m just realizing it. My pulse beats wildly, the whooshing pounding in my ears as I continue watching him. This reaction isn’t from fear but rather a startling awareness of his recurring presence. I’m not scared of him, though most might be, and the need to know why snakes through my system.
We’ve been playing an intense game of hide-and-seek since that afternoon outside Aire Gardens almost a week ago. I’ll go somewhere—my studio, Brewed Awakenings, around campus, my apartment—and after settling in, begin searching for him. He’s always there, waiting to be spotted. Each time I find him, my belly tightens as a smile lights up my face. Discovering him out there, lingering in the background, has become something I really look forward to.
How didn’t I notice sooner?
Perhaps it’s my total inexperience with dating, and the opposite sex in general, that has me getting far too attached to these moments. I’m getting wrapped up in the fantasy of him, of what he represents. This stranger—Seek is what I’ve started calling him—is the closest thing to a boyfriend I’ve ever had. I find myself daydreaming about him, wondering who he really is, when did he find me, and most importantly—why me?
I press my palm flat against the cool glass and stare at him leaning against the large oak tree outside the Student Center. My thoughts are becoming more and more consumed with a guy I don’t even know—at least not really. Yet it seems like I do.
Harloe was born and raised in Minnesota. She is married to an amazing man and they have an adorable baby boy. They are what make life worth living for her. Harloe has a day job that she loves and is also passionate about horses, blogging, country living, and having fun.
Harloe has been in love with romance since she was a little girl reading fairy tales. The dream is to find the perfect person that completes your life, right? Novels have a way of bringing fantasy to reality and she’s always up for an unforgettable adventure.
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