Friday, December 7, 2018

I know Your Every Move by Diane Ezzard

I Know Your Every Move
A sinister phone call, an unknown visitor. Sophie's life is about to be turned upside down

Sophie has worked hard to free herself from the clutches of addiction and turn her life around. Practising as a counsellor, in a women's centre in Manchester, she now helps other girls in trouble.
She forms a close relationship with Cassie, one of her clients and tries to help her escape the clutches of a violent boyfriend.

But is Sophie being followed?

How can she uncover the truth, when she can't trust what is real?

The more she delves, the closer she gets to danger.

Can she revisit her own dark past before it is too late?

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My Thoughts

Well Ms. Sophie Brown, I must say I really enjoyed getting to know you. What a fantastic debut book! I was not disappointed!

Sophie Brown is currently working as a counselor at a women's center helping abused women. Sophie can relate to her patients well as she was one herself. Her past was a turbulent one that she managed to overcome and move on to help others in her same situation. In her personal life Sophie has decided to move on and try some online dating. Unfortunately this woman has the worst luck with men I have ever seen, she always seems to attract the most bizarre abusive souls.

Then this book takes an interesting turn. Someone appears to stalking Sophie, watching her every move. Weird things begin to happen to her and they are escalating in a dangerous fashion. Who would have it out for Sophie? The thing is, there are so many suspects. Sophie has several ex boyfriends from her past that would be very capable of these actions. There is also the couple of really odd online dates she has recently had. Throw in her patients boyfriends and husbands that might hold a grudge for a counselor trying to help. The suspects are endless and made for a really interesting read.

This book was packed full of suspense! There were so many weird things occurring that I began to question if they were real or if Sophie was imagining them. It literally creeped me out how she constantly had to look over her shoulder. Even when Sophie asked for help, it seemed there was a lack of much help for Sophie. This kept me guessing all the way until the end, I never saw the ending coming. That is the best type of book if you ask me!

I am excited that there is a second book in this series and look forward to reading As Sick as our Secrets to find out what the heck Sophie is up to next. Thanks so much to Rachel for having me on this book blitz!


Author Bio – Manchester born Diane Ezzard writes emotionally charged psychological thrillers and mysteries about everyday people in seemingly ordinary circumstances until something goes badly wrong in their lives.

Before taking early retirement to concentrate on her writing, she worked as a HR manager, a counsellor, owned a cafe and managed a charity. 

She now lives and writes in South East London close to her daughter and grandchildren.

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  1. Hi,

    Thank you so much for agreeing to take part in my recent blog tour organised by Rachel Gilbey. I am so pleased that you gave up your time to review my novels. I really appreciate your comments.

    Wishing you all the best for the festive season.


  2. Thank you so much Diane! It was my pleasure to read such a fantastic book!


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