Release Date: February 2, 2018
they’ve slammed me with every demeaning name in the book.
me like a steady stream of poison.
anxiety as I started believing the cruelty spat my way.
and changed everything.
pure innocence—warm sunshine breaking apart my stormy existence.
good and maybe I can be too.
Because of her.
I’m beckoned closer with each breath. She isn’t aware that I’m completely
consumed with her.
purpose to protect her, by any means necessary.
discovers the depth of my obsession, it will be the end of me.
My last. My only.
a TOTAL standalone.
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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|According to the dictionary normal is :
conforming to the standard or the common type; usual; not abnormal; regular; natural.
serving to establish a standard.
The same dictionary defines different as :…
not alike in character or quality; distinct in nature; dissimilar:
The two brothers are very different, although they are identical twins.
not identical; separate or distinct:
When I asked for directions, three people gave me three different answers.
Different people told me the same story.
not ordinary; unusual:
I know my new hat is a bit different, but I thought I’d try it out.
I just read Watch Me Follow by Harloe Rae and this book is as different as its leading characters. I never read anything by this author so I wouldn’t know if this is a typical book for her, if its her typical way of writing or if it is also different.
As a firm believer that for every person there is a soulmate out there this story is really just like the winning of a lottery when you can not even remember participating.
We all get accustomed to a certain normal and everything that is outside of these visible lines is not normal to our standard and therefore different. But why do we fear everything that is different? The two leading characters in this story are so fare away from that “normal” that is established that I have to admit it also took me a while to wrap my head around why “sunshine” did not freak out …. or on the other hand why “Ry” always freaked out.
While one would have had a thousand reasons too (gosh I would have freaked out) the other barly had one and still used every chance he got. So yes definitely each one of them needed a very special significant other to be able to fully understand each other.
The essence of the story for me was not in an epic “showdown” (if you are looking for that you will be disappointed) but more between the lines. The point is that you do not need a magical cure to make the leads normal no you just have to re-define normal and change your point of view.
I admit that from my point of view those characters were strange as hell. But they were perfect for each other and the author drew a beautiful picture of vulnerable persons that just needed their soulmates to finally be complete.
And that is something to be jealous of. Having this one person to understand you before you even understand yourself is the most precious gift of all. This Gift lets the question if that relationship or the persons in it are “normal” fade away.