You Will Be Mine by Natasha Preston

This novel tells the story of a college student named Lylah. Lylah’s parents died unexpectedly on Valentine’s Day two years ago. Lylah still decided to go to college and had made a great group of friends. One night as Lylah and her friends were getting ready for a party, they hear their doorbell ring. No one was outside but they had left a note. The note said “roses are red, violets are blue, watch your back, I’m coming for you”. They all believe it is a prank and laugh it off. Except the next morning, one of them is missing and a new note arrived saying “your turn”. After discovering their friend dead, Lylah and her friends become terrified that one of them was going to end up dead next.

This novel tells a captivating story and is a quick read. I found myself interested throughout the entire story. You will be frightened for the characters and also just as desperate to figure out who was the killer. The ending is a surprise and is definitely worth reading the entire book. I enjoyed following Lylah’s journey. I definitely suggest reading this novel if you enjoy reading a thriller and would like a book that is not too long.

-Ellie B.

You Will Be Mine by Natasha Preston is available for checkout from the Mission Viejo Library. It can also be downloaded for free from Overdrive.

2 thoughts on “You Will Be Mine by Natasha Preston

  1. I’ve always loved mystery and thriller novels since they’re guaranteed to keep readers on the edge of their seat the entire time, specially murder mysteries. I haven’t read this novel yet, but your review makes it seem compelling to read!

  2. Wow! Just reading a review about that book got me super excited to read it. I will make sure to add this mystery novel to my To-Read List! I have noticed myself really enjoying mystery novels lately because of the suspense and excitement that they create with the plot. Great review!

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