Publisher Description

She needs me. She just doesn't know it yet.

Dalia is the only one who can fix what's broken in me. I knew it the moment I saw her.

That red hair, those wounded eyes, the irresistible curves…she's perfect.

She will be mine.  

But first, I have to get rid of her boyfriend.

Don't feel sorry for him, though. He's no hero. In truth, he's a villain.

Good thing I'm better at it than he is.

Because Dalia needs rescuing as much as I do. One day, she'll thank me for what I'm about to do.

Then she'll give me everything…

Following Her, book 1 in the HER series, is a dark, gritty, contemporary romance that's perfect for fans of YOU. So, if you enjoy a sexy antihero who is willing to do anything—go to any lengths—to get what he wants, then James Draper is your next book boyfriend. Download today and get ready to fall for the stalker/kidnapper of your dreams.

March 25
Dark Knight Romance
Draft2Digital, LLC

Customer Reviews

Cxizabellax3 ,

Following her

My first from this author and I like her style of writing. She draws you into the history of James falling for his conquest and the time he takes to follow and know their routine. He’s looking for the one to make him whole and he sets his sight on the curvy model. Good story and no spoilers

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nicknamesaredumbcubed ,

He’s obsessed and I think I like it.

So far so good. This short story ends in a cliffhanger. I was aware of that when I started reading, so I can’t complain. However, the story is good enough that I wish part 2 were available right now so I could find out what happens next.

This was a short read; some 60 pages or so. It’s James Draper’s story. I was fascinated with how Natalie Knight was able to make the uber-creepy stalker feel like the hottie I want to meet. (Wonder what that says about me.) James has an obsessive compulsion to fixate on specific women, one at a time. His latest object of obsession is Dahlia, a plus sized model with poor judgement in picking friends and boyfriends. James watches Dahlia for a while as he decides if she is going to be his “the one”. Seems like the boy is desperately trying to fill an empty spot in his heart. That’s adorable until you realize that the guy has dangerous skills and you are not sure how far he is willing to go to possess the object of his obsession. Natalie Knight did a good job guiding us through James’ thought process, so we can empathize with his “noble”intentions. Now I’m obsessed too. Can’t wait for part 2.

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