Every Breath (Every, #1)

Every Breath (Every, #1) Rachel Watts Has Just Moved To Melbourne From The Country, But The City Is The Last Place She Wants To Be.James Mycroft Is Her Neighbour, An Intriguingly Troubled Seventeen Year Old Who S Also A Genius With A Passion For Forensics.Despite Her Misgivings, Rachel Finds Herself Unable To Resist Mycroft When He Wants Her Help Investigating A Murder He S Even Harder To Resist When He S Up Close And Personal And On The Hunt For A Cold Blooded Killer.When Rachel And Mycroft Follows The Murderer S Trail, They Find Themselves In The Lion S Den Literally A Trip To The Zoo Will Never Have Quite The Same Meaning Again

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  • Paperback
  • 335 pages
  • Every Breath (Every, #1)
  • Ellie Marney
  • English
  • 27 May 2017
  • 1743316429

10 thoughts on “Every Breath (Every, #1)

  1. says:

    I may never learn my lesson about not judging books by their cover and title because if Scarlett see her review by clicking her name hadn t recommended this to me, I would probably have dismissed this as another common YA romance and wouldn t have picked this up Although, there s little romance in the story, that is definitely not the focus.The story told by the female MC centers on two teenagers, Rachel Watts and James Mycroft and their accidental involvement in a detective case when they I may never learn my lesson about not judging books by their cover and title because if Scarlett see her review by clicking her name hadn t recommended this to me, I would probably have dismissed this as another common YA romance and wouldn t have picked this up Although, there s little romance in the story, that is definitely not the focus.The story told by the female MC centers on two teenagers, Rachel Watts and James Mycroft and their accidental involvement in a detective case when they found their friend, Homeless Dave, brutally murdered at a park one night It helps that both characters are extremely smart and are genuinely interested in forensic science Rachel actually describes James as the younger, much smarter brother of Sherlock although James simply describes himself as an academic genius and a social moron The story is a bit slow to ...

  2. says:

    I ABSOLUTELY LOVED AND ADORED THIS WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL BOOK I put off reading it for a few stupid reasons yes, I am ashamed mostly that a I totally adore Sherlock Holmes and I didn t want to read a bad retelling, b the cover is horrendous sorry , and c the title does nothing for me So basically I m very shallow BUT ANYWAY The book was incredible and I should never have hesitated Basically, Ella and Emily I should ve listened to you I will forever I PROMISE It was a perfect Sherl I ABSOLUTELY LOVED AND ADORED THIS WONDERFUL, WONDERFUL BOOK I put off reading it for a few stupid reasons yes, I am ashamed mostly that a I totally adore Sherlock Holmes and I didn t want to read a bad retelling, b the cover is horrendous sorry , and c the title does nothing for me So basically I m very shallow BUT ANYWAY The book was incredible and I should never have hesitated Basically, Ella and Emily I should ve listened to you I will forever I PROMISE It was a perfect Sherlock adaption Mostly because it was really realistic It wasn t about two kids who intentionally solve crimesthey kind of fell into a murder of a homeless guy that they knew and wouldn t let it go And they constantly defer to the actual Sherlock They re not BEING a youn...

  3. says:

    Thank you Ms Marney for writing this book, I am very grateful for having had the opportunity to read this ARC I was having a miserable day but this story completely turned my mood around I have nothing bad to say about this, the characters were genius literally, in Mycroft s case , and I felt that the pacing was perfect I don t normally read murder mysteries, in fact I usually avoid them like the plague, and for this reason I am all theimpressed with how...

  4. says:

    My first obsession in reading was mysteries, with a little romance, of course So when I heard the premise of Every Breath, a sort of teenage Sherlock Holmes genius, I was completely excited, and I m happy to report it lived up to my high expectations Mystery, romance, danger and even well placed humor made for an awesome start to this addictive series I need book two, STAT Rachel Watts has had to move from the country to the crowded city of Melbourne, and the change wasn t a welcome one She My first obsession in reading was mysteries, with a little romance, of course So when I heard the premise of Every Breath, a sort of teenage Sherlock Holmes genius, I was completely excited, and I m happy to report it lived up to my high expectations My...

  5. says:

    WOW WOW WOW WOW WOW I couldn t remember when was the last time I devoured a book within two days and ahhhhh, this one was bloody amazing Full review may come a little later since there are twobooks in this series DBut one thing is for sure HIGHLY RECOMMEND THIS BOOK

  6. says:

    This review can also be found at my blog, There were books involved Let s get one thing straight right off the bat I freaking loved this book.I love Sherlock Holmes in general, so that blurb on the cover What if Sherlock Holmes was the boy next door YES PLEASE A contemporary take on Sherlock Watson, set in Australia I AM SO THERE Watson Rachel Watts is a girl, you say DOUBLY THERE Sherlock James Mycroft is a lanky British boy genius troublemaker wit This review can also be found at my blog, There were books involved Let s get one thing straight right off the bat I freaking loved this book.I love Sherlock Holmes in general, so that blurb on the cover What if Sherlock Holmes was the boy next door YES PLEASE A contemporary take on Sherlock Watson, set in Australia I AM SO THERE Watson Rachel Watts is a girl, you say DOUBLY THERE Sherlock James Mycroft is a lanky British boy genius troublemaker with a tragic past YES A THOUSAND TIMES YES.Why are you still here and not running off to order Every Breath Oh, you want to read an actual review Fair point So let s get down to business.First off, with anything that s compared to Sherlock Holmes, I had certain concerns going into it I m a very character oriented reader, and I m not a huge fan of mysteries for their own sakes What I love about the original Sherlock Holmes is the characters the mysteries are fun and all, but t...

  7. says:

    3.8 starsMycroft, don t be juvenile I am a juvenileIt s a mini Sherlock I always have this monstrous crush on Sherlock Holmes and it s always an auto buy if I saw a book related to him So when I saw Scarlett do a review for this one I immediately bought myself a copy.It s not perfect but it does not disappoint.First off, I like Mycroft s character.He may have the name of Sherlock s much smarter brother but he s pure Sherlock Holmes He s an eccentric genius who doesn t give a fuck if s 3.8 starsMycroft, don t be juvenile I am a juvenileIt s a mini Sherlock I always have this monstrous crush on Sherlock Holmes and it s always an auto buy if I saw a book related to him So when I saw Scarlett do a review for this one I immediately bought mysel...

  8. says:

    What the fuck have you done to me, Ellie This has been probably the only time that I ve loved the romance instead of the central plot, the only time really that I ve wanted two central characters to get married already and have a family Yeah, okay, I m thinking about it a bit too early BUT SERIOUSLY Rachel and Mycroft are a perfect duo, and I ve fallen for them Both of them HARD Did I really just say that Did I really fucking say that I thought the romance was the best Better than t What the fuck have you done to me, Ellie This has been probably the only time that I ve loved the romance instead of the central plot, the only time really that I ve wanted two central characters to get married alre...

  9. says:

    Seereviews at YA Midnight ReadsThank you Allen and Unwin Australia for sending me this copy No compensation was given or taken to alter this review My feet lose contact with the plank and I screamEvery Breath fell in the pit between realistic and unrealistic Yes, this novel has no supernatural elements but the whole way it was written the way the plot was incorporated seemed like quite a mouthful to swallow This being said, Every Breath was an exciting whodunit read with aac Seereviews at YA Midnight ReadsThank you Allen and Unwin Australia for sending me this copy No compensation was given or taken to alter this review My feet lose contact with the plank and I screamEvery Breath fell in the pit between realistic and unrealistic Yes, this novel has no supernatural elements but the whole way it was written the way the plot was incorporated seemed like quite a mouthful to swallow This being said, Every Breath was an exciting whodunit...

  10. says:

    I ve been waiting to read this series until I could get my hands on the ever elusive third book and now that I ve got it, I m so excited to binge them Rachel and Mycroft are a lot of fun They have some of the best banter and the UST is off the charts I loved their friends Mai and Gus and Rachel s brother Mike The plot was fast paced and interesting I did have an idea who the bad guy was and I turned out to be right , but it didn t take away from the reveal or the epic ending I can t wait I ve been waiting to read this series until I could get my hands on the ever elusive third book and now that I ve got it, I m so excited to binge them Rachel and Mycroft are a lot of fun They have some of the best banter and the UST is off the charts I loved their friend...

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