Monday, June 8, 2015

Eyes On You by Kate White


All eyes on you every night on your TV show can sometimes be hazardous to your health as Robin Trainer has found out.

Was someone jealous of Robin's success or was Robin imagining all the death threats and incidents happening to her at the TV station.  Hate notes, voodoo dolls, poison-laced makeup, drug-laced brownies, what else can happen?
As you follow Robin through her days, you will feel her terror at thinking someone is following her or share her fear of wondering what is going to happen next.
The characters in EYES ON YOU were all a suspicious lot and pretty cut throat.  You never knew who you could trust.
I was very leery of most of the characters.  I thought this one was the culprit then I thought no, this one must be it.  EYES ON YOU wasn't gripping, but it was good.  It definitely kept me turning the pages and guessing until the end.

This is the first book I have read by Kate White. I enjoyed EYES ON YOU, but I wouldn't call it a terrifying thriller.  I would call it an intriguing thriller.   4/5

This book was given to me free of charge and without compensation by the publisher and TLC Book Tours in return for an honest review.

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About Kate White

Kate White, the former editor in chief of Cosmopolitan magazine, is the New York Times bestselling author of the stand-alone novels HushThe Sixes, and Eyes on You, as well as the Bailey Weggins mystery series. She is editor of The Mystery Writers of America Cookbook. She is also the author of popular career books for women, including I Shouldn't Be Telling You This: How to Ask for the Money, Snag the Promotion, and Create the Career You Deserve.

Find out more about Kate at her website and connect with her on Facebook and Twitter.


21 comments:

  1. Have you read anything by Kate White?

    She was at the BEA, but I missed her book signing. :( Too many signings going on at once.

    Thanks for stopping.

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  2. Not read anything by her but going to keep an eye out for her books.

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  3. Thanks for stopping, Mystica.

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  4. I've got several of her books and have heard they're all page turners. I hope to read one soon.

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    1. It was pretty good. Not gripping as I commented in my review.

      Thanks for stopping, Kathy.

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  5. I want to read her book, The Sixes. It concerns a college campus and a school setting is always a draw for me. For some reason. :-)

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    1. I saw The Sixes, but for me that didn't draw me in. :)

      That is good we all are different in our likes and dislikes. :)

      Thanks for stopping, Kay.

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  6. I did see her at BEA and picked up her new one The Wrong Man. This will be the first book I've read by her.

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    1. Great on getting to see her.

      This was the first book I have read by Kate White.

      I hope you enjoy The Wrong Man.

      Thanks for stopping, OnDBookshelf.

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  7. All I can say is 'Shoot! How did I miss this one on TLC!" Great review; I need to add this to my TBR. :)
    @dino0726 from 
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    1. Do you review for TLC Tours too?

      Thanks for stopping, Diane.

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  8. I loved this one, too, and I'm eager to read her newest one, The Wrong Man.

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    1. I am sure THE WRONG MAN is good. It could go a few ways. :)

      The title leaves a lot to the imagination. :)

      Thanks for stopping, Laurel.

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  9. I almost never guess the culprit correctly!

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    1. I don't either. :)

      Thanks for stopping, Mary.

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  10. I haven't read any of her books but I've heard good things. This one sounds good although I like terrifying thrillers more. Still it's fun to try to figure out what's going on before the end of the book.

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    1. I don't like terrifying thrillers. :)

      Give it a try, Darlene.

      Thanks so much for stopping by.

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  11. Agreed! It wasn't that gripping.

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    1. Thanks for your comment, Priscilla.

      Thanks for stopping by.

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  12. I like intriguing thrillers, since I don't sleep very well if I read terrifying thrillers. :)

    Thanks for being on the tour!

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    1. I agree about terrifying thrillers. They don't work well with me either.

      I was happy to be a part of the tour.

      Thank you, and thanks for stopping, Trish.

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