FOLLOW ME BACK (Book #1) – JUNE 6, 2017 (SOURCEBOOKS FIRE)
The published version of Follow Me Back will be extensively revised and expanded from the popular first draft posted on Wattpad.
FOLLOW ME BACK #2 (Untitled) – SUMMER 2018 (SOURCEBOOKS FIRE)
There’s a lot more to the story…
Tessa’s saga will continue in the sequel, planned for publication in Summer 2018. More details coming soon!
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About Follow Me Back
Told through a combination of police transcripts, Twitter DMs and a dual POV narrative, FOLLOW ME BACK is a romantic thriller for the online generation, where a simple tap of the “Follow” button has the power to lead to love, or to something far more sinister.
Agoraphobic fangirl Tessa Hart doesn’t dare tell a soul about the traumatic incident that caused her to drop out of prestigious summer program, the month after high school graduation. Instead she spends her days immersed in the online fandom of her pop star obsession, Eric Thorn. She knows it sounds crazy, but he’s the only one who seems to understand her, even love her…
That’s what he says over Twitter anyway: that he loves each and every fan. But the truth is he’s terrified of them. Ever since a super-fan murdered the lead singer of British boy band Fourth Dimension, he can’t shake the feeling he’s next. Murderous fangirls may be one in a million, but with 14 million Twitter followers, the odds aren’t in his favor.
When a plan to alienate his fans instead leads Eric to befriend @TessaHeartsEric via a fake Twitter account, the two form a bond that neither could have imagined. For Eric, Tessa is the one honest voice in a sea of fakery. For Tessa, her mysterious online friend might just give her the courage to let go of her traumatic past and untangle herself from the world of online fandom and celebrity obsession. But this is no fan-fiction fairytale come to life. Dark secrets from Tessa’s past surface, and the fanatics in Eric’s fandom get a little too close for comfort. When the two arrange to meet IRL, fake identities are revealed and what should have made for the world’s best episode of Catfish, turns deadly.