Eyes on You: A Novel of Suspense
A rising media star must battle a diabolical enemy in this riveting tale of psychological suspense from Kate White, the New York Times bestselling author of The Sixes and Hush.
After a painful divorce and losing her on-air job two years ago, Robin Trainer has fought hard to regain her career. Now, as the popular cohost of a nightly entertainment show and the author of a hot new bestseller, she's being dubbed a media double threat. In a business full of rivals eager to see you fail, making a comeback was tough, and Robin isn't about to do anything that could jeopardize her newfound success.
But suddenly things begin going wrong. A few small but nasty incidents shake her confidence: a vicious note tucked into her purse at her book signing; the photo on her book jacket slashed in her office; a doll that looks just like heróbut with its eyes gouged outóleft on her desk chair. Soon the meanness turns threatening.
Someone has eyes on Robin, an adversary with a dark agenda who wants to hurt her and see her fall, and the clues point to someone she works with every day. As she frantically tries to put the pieces together and unmask an enemy hiding in the shadows all too close to her, it becomes terrifyingly clear that the person responsible isn't going to stop until Robin loses everything that matters to her . . . including her life.
In this nail-biting thriller full of stunning twists, Kate White takes you behind the scenes of the glamorous, high-intensity world of television and ratchets up the suspense, page by page, to the shocking end.
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Review: Eyes on YouUser Review - Jessica - Goodreads
A very quick read, but I had a pretty good idea on the ending. Her books are always such fun thrillers though. I love that they are high paced so that you just want to keep reading until you reach the end. Recommended. Read full review
Review: Eyes on YouUser Review - Lauren Fidler - Goodreads
i sort of love kate white books but i also recognize that they're all repetitive, pulpy trash. do with that what you will. here, the protagonist's voice (robin trainer!) is remarkably bailey weggins ... Read full review