Follow You

Follow You

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, thriller, 2020, Thriller, Suspense, Fiction

The perfect date leads to a psychological game of cat and mouse…

Two years after his brutal divorce, mystery writer Dale Petersen is ready to enter the dating game.

Chelsea Grable seems like the perfect person to ease him into his new single life. She’s beautiful, shares his interests, and most importantly, is up for some casual dating and not at all interested in marriage. But when what started out as casual turns obsessive, Dale is forced to end things.

His new dates don’t go much better, and he wonders if all women are so mentally unstable. Maybe internet dating isn’t for him. What follows is a series of terrifying threats and strange occurrences the police seem unconcerned with.

Who is behind the threats? A former lover? His angry ex? A jilted husband? Whoever it is, they seem intent on one final goal…taking revenge. A thrilling psychological thriller that you won't be able to put down!

Title:Follow You
Edition Language:English
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    Follow You Reviews

  • Ted Tayler

    "Predictable"I can't agree with the claim that this was a 'gripping psychological thriller' nor did it 'have me at the edge of my seat'. It was predictable and there were several annoying typos. Dale ...

  • Mel

    I really didn’t like the protagonist Dale, so I struggled to feel empathy towards what he was going through and ultimately get into the plot. Other characters just did not ring true, such as one of ...

  • Tansy

    Not for meI think this is the first book I read by this author. I'm not sure if it was the writing. I think it was more the character in the story and the story line in general. For some reason I coul...

  • Ann

    Not on the edge of my seat😬A big let down. I finished the book because I had too much time invested in it. I figured out who the killer was half way thru the book......I just finished it to be sure...

  • Caisey Herrera

    Easily predictableFrom the very beginning,it was clear who the culprit was. In my opinion, there was way too much inner dialogue that wasn't needed. While it was a good read to pass the time, it wasn'...

  • Eternium

    I felt this was well written, I just didn't like the protagonist. He is a severe alcoholic on a massive pity party whose life consists of getting drunk, having one night stands, and feeling sorry for ...

  • Anne Speck

    Repetitive guilt Alcoholic, womanizing, author-who-can’t-get-past-his-writer’s-block Mitch spends repeated days and nights berating himself for his faults (including his lack of writing productivi...

  • Oceans

    I am sorry to say that the title didn’t deliver as promised. The blurb was promising so I decided to give it a try. First the protagonist was an asshole. Self centered drunken writer and womanizer. ...

  • Cath

    The main character in this book is a semi-successful writer called Dale Petersen, who is facing legal problems with his ex-wife Margaret over custody with his son, born after his wife caught him cheat...

  • Anonymous 5

    The summary of the book definitely caught my attention and I was intrigued. This author really knows how to write a gripping tale. This is a wonderfully written psychological thriller that kept me on ...