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Who: A Stalker Novel By Megan Mitcham – Review by Dori Cousley

Who (Stalker, #1)Who by Megan Mitcham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Who, by Megan Mitcham is the first book in the stalker series. It is a psychological thriller that will have you hooked from the first page. The story is about a successful business woman, Larkin Ashford who is in the fashion industry. She finds out she has a stalker. But has no clue who is threating her or why? Will her very successful business be in jeopardy?

What a well written and engaging psychological thriller that I had to read in one sitting. The characters were well developed and very believable. You felt the emotions that they were going through throughout the story. I definitely recommend Who and cannot wait to see what happens in the next book in the series.

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WHO: A Stalker Series Novel (Book 1) By Megan Mitcham – Review By Melissa Agena

Who (Stalker, #1)Who by Megan Mitcham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

A true thriller! “Who” is the first book in the Stalker Series written by Megan Mitcham and it is 100% brilliant. There is so much suspense in this book it’s unbelievable! Not to mention Larkin! She is a no nonsense, take no names alpha! This is the first book I have read where the CEO billionaire is a woman. This book is written very smartly and very boldly. Larkin doesn’t have time for men in the romantic sense. She believes that love is just a fairy tale. So what does she do? Well…she uses them. That is until she has this stranger that tries to “save” her from jumping off the roof. Then she starts to get messages, strange ones at that. Her 3 bff’s try and warn her but things end up out of her control. So who is this mystery man? You have to read to find out! This story has you continuously on the edge of your seat with it’s constant mind games! Definite page turner because all you want to do is find out who this guy is and it’s driving you mad because of the twists and turns that the writer plays with. Now there are some hot and heavy sexy scenes. The writer knows her stuff! I’m usually jaded by those scenes but these were definitely spicy! All in all, I’m thoroughly impressed with the author and this book. I cannot wait to read the rest of this series! Well done Ms. Mitcham!

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Who: A Stalker Series Novel by Megan Mitcham – Review by Erin Wolf

Who (Stalker, #1)Who by Megan Mitcham
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

I give Who: A Stalker Series Novel by Megan Mitcham, 4 stars.

Larkin has it all. A successful businesswoman, she is a billionaire who worked hard to earn her money. Her job and her group of girlfriends are all she needs to stay happy. Plus a man here and there to scratch the itch. But love? No thanks. She saw what it did to her parents. She is not going to turn out like them. But when she starts receiving threats, things slowly spin out of control. Then there’s the mysterious sexy man she can’t stop thinking about. He makes her have feelings she has never had before — feelings she doesn’t want. Having a man in her life will just ruin things. Right?

This is a very good romantic suspense. Larkin is a woman that thinks she has everything under control and can handle it all by herself. To be honest, I found her a little annoying in the beginning. But as you go on, you see this is all just a wall she’s created. She really does have a heart and you see more of it the more you read. Her friends are great too and I cannot wait to read more of them in books to come. The story itself is very interesting and there is so much going on. You will be entrapped from the very beginning until the last page. There are many twists and turns, although I do admit I saw some of them coming. But there were more that came out of nowhere.

I wonderful romantic suspense and the beginning of a new series, I highly recommend this book.

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Who: A Stalker Series Novel by Megan Mitcham – Review by Kristan Anderson

Who (Stalker, #1)Who by Megan Mitcham
My rating: 4 of 5 stars

Who: A Stalker Series Novel by Megan Mitcham was an interesting story. I had quite the time getting into the story but pressed on because I knew it had great potential. There were parts that were confusing and I had to reread simply based on my own questions. There was… a lot of intimate scenes. Many of which I found unnecessary and did not do anything for the storyline. The story has a lot of twists which keep your attention after you pass the confusion. Larkin is a self-made business woman who does rather well for herself, although she is having to face a crazy amount of issues due to someone leaking information. Though she’s tough she has a hard time sticking up for herself when it actually matters. This was my first story by this author and I would give another of her stories a try but maybe not this series. I personally did not connect with the characters like I normally do in books. But I have to say I did pretty good at figuring out WHO it was!

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Who (Stalker Series #1) by Megan Mitcham ~ Review by Liz Vrchota

Who (Stalker, #1)Who by Megan Mitcham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

Wow! I have not read anything from Megan Mitcham before, and I am kind of kicking myself for it now. Big time! I loved this novel, and for so many different reasons. This happens to be very good, because I will mostly be rambling about them, for the better part of this review. I would hate to spoil any of this fantastic multi-layer mystery and suspense novel that what I could say about its storyline is quite limited.

I think I must start with the gorgeous cover. I was drawn in right away with its striking appearance. I honestly didn’t even read the blurb, and jumped right into the novel, no questions asked. I was ready for an adventure.

This story promises to keep you enthralled every single second. I was constantly wondering WHO. Which really not only made the title very fitting, but was a really great reading experience. I love a great suspenseful story that will keep me engaged and going, “I didn’t see that coming.” out loud to myself several times throughout. I very much so caught myself doing this.

I absolutely adored that a woman, Larkin Ashford, was a main character and the billionaire. More power to strong women represented. She is one kicka** character and I loved her. She knew what she wanted and she took it. No games. Sometimes it is nice to just get a no mess story. This had the hint of romance but it was a focus and I liked that. It was a balance to the suspense rather than a focus. Mostly we see that Larkin is a strong person and I really loved that.

I would have to say finally, that I am most excited that this is just book one is a series. That means there is more to come! Bonus to being late to the game of discovering Megan Mitcham is while I am waiting I can go check out her other works! Thanks for a great read Ms. Mitcham!

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Who (Stalker, #1) by Megan Mitcham – Review by Katie Matthews

Who (Stalker, #1)Who by Megan Mitcham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

I have to say this is one of the BEST books that I have read this year and I have read over 400! It was a brilliant read. I loved everything from the writing, to the plot, to the characters – it all just added up to make a story that was hard to put down and had me sucked in from the very beginning. I was a little bit hooked after reading the blurb, I knew it would be different to what I usually read – it also one of those books that hard to review because you don’t want to give away too many spoilers. What I will say was that it was an exciting read, with some fantastic twists and turns. I loved Larkin (our MC) I thought that she was great, a real alpha female in the workplace but had a softer side when it came to those who she loved. She had an amazing inner strength that I really admired.
Who is a fantastic, complex, gritty story that absolutely deserves the 5 stars I give it – I cannot recommend it enough and urge everyone to one click it today!! This is also my first read by his author and will absolutely not be my last! I can’t wait for more from this series!

@katiem

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Who (Stalker Series Book #1) by Megan Mitcham – Review by Angela Hayes

Who (Stalker, #1)Who by Megan Mitcham
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

 

Who is the first book in the Stalker Series by Megan Mitcham. As the first book in a new series, this story has really set the bar quite high for the rest of the books, setting the whole series off to a fantastic start. This story is a steamy psychological thriller that twists and turns and kept me guessing right through till the end. The intrigue, suspense, danger, tension and dramatic effects were really well developed, then tended and stoked to an intense level and skillfully drawn out by Ms. Mitcham. She definitely had me devouring the pages to try to figure out what was happening, what would happen next, and who the stalker was.
Larkin Ashford has built her fashion empire from the ground up. She’s competent, creative, smart, and a shrewd business woman. She doesn’t believe in love or long-term relationships, as her past has left her quite jaded when it comes to romance and the ways of the world. Her mother died when she was young, and she has a strained relationship with her emotionally distant father. She spends almost all her time building her business and making it the success that it is. She does have a few really close friends that are uplifting, loyal and supportive. Things get quite interesting when the Board of Directors of her company strongly suggest that she needs to have a man beside her for her to be taken seriously, and even go so far as to advise that she needs to get married before she takes her company public. She resents this as she’s always been fiercely independent and feels that doesn’t need any man, either personally or professionally. But the Board are placing an enormous amount of pressure on her to conform to their wishes, so Larkin has no choice but to give the matter some serious consideration.
As all of this is transpiring, strange things begin to happen, starting with grim floral arrangements that are accompanied by horrible messages. Then one night she’s alone on her rooftop, taking some personal time, when a mysterious stranger grabs her and pulls her away from the ledge. She’s terrified and takes off running as soon as he releases her. But she can’t stop thinking about him and soon realises that he grabbed her away from the edge because he mistakenly thought she was going to jump. But, if he doesn’t have a sinister intent, who is he and what was he doing on her private rooftop? It soon becomes apparent that she has a stalker- who is it and why are they stalking her? The danger soon escalates, taking a perilous turn. Will Larkin figure everything out before it’s too late? Who is the mysterious stranger and what does he really want? These two have electrifying chemistry right from the beginning, but what is his intent towards her, and is there more to their feelings than overwhelming lust, or will everything result in some painful memories, or worse?
This book has a really captivating and beautiful cover, I spent quite a while just looking at it before finally opening the book. It is quite striking and made me want to find out more about the story.
The first chapter was a little slow and I did worry for a little bit that the story wouldn’t live up to the promise of the blurb (and cover). But it soon became apparent that I had nothing to worry about, as the pace picked up and the story took off. I really couldn’t put the story down, I was determined to find some sort of clue and figure the whole thing out before everything was revealed. I had so many scenarios running through my mind, and even though I came close to guessing a few of the twists, I never really could have predicted the outcome. It was a deviously clever puzzle that I enjoyed unravelling, keeping me reading well past my bedtime just so I could wrap everything up.
The epilogue in this book sets up the next book and it looks set to be awesome!! So now I really can’t wait to read Book #2 in the series, “WHY”- Genevieve’s story.

Thank you, Ms. Mitcham!!

 

Reviewed by @angelahayes

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