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Publisher's Summary

Creep. Freak. Crazy eyes. 

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. 

Anger replaced 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.  

She's everything 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 shadows. Waiting. Watching. Wanting.  

She'll be my first. My last. My only.  

Watch Me Follow is a total standalone new adult romance.

©2018 Harloe Rae (P)2018 Audible, Inc.

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Totally recommend

What a fascinating premise. Harloe Rae takes an interesting look at two individuals who were both mistreated as children, one ignored so much that he turned invisible, the other over-protected so much she couldn’t breathe. Fate steps in and puts them on the same path; a path where Ryker becomes a hero and obsessed and Lennon becomes curious and smitten. Years pass, life goes on. Obsession turns to stalking and a compulsive need to always have Lennon in his site. What happens when Lennon faces her fear and talks to a man? Can Ryker stop stalking and start living? Really, Harloe Rae gave this psychology grad an amazing book to really ponder and analyze. But putting that aside, I was shocked to feel the sweetness that oozes off the pages of Watch Me Follow. If ever there was a sweet and charming stalker... it was Ryker. My only real complaint is I’d have loved a bit more depth on both their childhoods. I feel like we tipped the iceberg of their problems. I mean, they both had some pretty massive hurdles to face. It’s just a snap, and now Ryker can talk to any and everyone? The narrators, Nathan Everett and Shani Petroff, we’re both enjoyable to listen to. Lennon really ran the gamut of emotions and her narrator, Shani, did a great job showing them. You could feel the frustration and joy as she felt them. Nathan was a great Ryker. Even though he’s a big guy and you’d think he’d have a deep and strong voice, I’m glad he doesn’t. It fits more with the personality and his struggles.

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This demonstrates how your past can affect your future directly or indirectly. The characters in this story-line have a baseline that can end in failure

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This book ❤️ just wow. Gives you the fuzzy feeling.

I don’t know if the author did this on purpose or not. I’d love to know though. Clearly Ryker has suffered and now has life emotional damage. But the way Lennon’s character was wrote to easily understood Ryker is mind blowing. This books shows love finds everyone in every walk of life. Mind blowing and I’ll always cherish this book. My heart will be extra fuzzy for a few weeks after reading this amazing book.

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So beautiful!

What a beautiful beautiful story! So much emotion! I cried so much! They deserved each other!

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Good Book

I wasn't sure what to expect but it was a good book. I'm happy they found their way.

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Worst book I’ve listened to in a long time

This book was so terrible. It sounds like a teenager wrote this. Don’t waste your time with this book. Wish I could get my money back.

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Too sweet

It was just too syrupy sweet. The constant I love you’s and you are sexy...no you are sexy. If you enjoy insta love that is perfect with no strife or depth this is for you.

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A cute, sweet stalker is what all girls want!

I thought this book was going to be a little more kinky than it was, but I'm still satisfied regardless. The inadvertent emotional manipulation bothered me a bit but since these two were able to work through it I found nothing else to complain about besides the absolute cheesiness in this book. The stalker become lover story isn't one I come across every day but I feel like Lennon in the sense that I and probably many others could only hope to find someone so devoted and in love with them that they find it difficult just to be apart. If you're looking for something dark and gritty, this isn't exactly it despite the sad story of Ry's childhood and to be real, Lennon's sob story about being sheltered as a child didn't exactly move me to tears. It's more about how these two fall so fast when they finally make themselves open to the possibility of a future with each other. Like I said, it's sweet, a little too sweet in a way from what I'm used to, but I enjoyed it nonetheless. Also, the bumps they have to deal with are pretty tiny in the grand scheme of things, just normal life stuff. This is really a feel good story about finding love so deep you know it was meant to be.

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super cute

very cute story, a little angsty but overall very sweet. I would listen multiple times. the narrators were great!

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Excellent

I loved this book from the first word. Lennon and Ryker were such sweet people who deserved to be happy together. At times his stocking seemed a little over the top and I do think she let too much of it go without question, but he did do it because he cared for her and thought he loved her. I did think the loved part came a little fast. They really didn't know each other at all since they only talked to each other once before they reconnected, but I think since they were both so desperate for someone to love them that they were perfect for each other and I guess the quick love could be over looked. I'm so very glad that Lennon stood up to her parents and didn't let them walk all over her. But I really wish Ryker could have confronted his parents or we would have at least found out that they were in prison or dead or something. We didn't really learn anything about what happened to them. Over all this book is very much worth listening to or reading.