You Will Be Mine by Natasha Preston

You Will Be Mine

Love turns deadly in a new, heart-pounding thriller from Natasha Preston, author of the runaway bestsellers The Cellar and The Cabin.ROSES ARE REDVIOLETS ARE BLUEWATCH YOUR BACKI'M COMING FOR YOULylah and her friends can't wait to spend a night out together. Partying is the perfect way to let loose from the stress of life and school, and Lylah hopes that hitting the dance floor with Chace, her best friend, will bring them closer together. She's b...

Details You Will Be Mine

TitleYou Will Be Mine
Release DateFeb 6th, 2018
PublisherSourcebooks Fire
GenreYoung Adult, Mystery, Suspense

Reviews You Will Be Mine

  • Shannon
    Review to come
  • Lauren
    Note: I Received an ARC of this book from Sourcebooks Fire via Netgalley. This in no way influences my opinionFor me, Natasha Preston became an author to look out for after reading The Cabin. It had me hooked from beginning to end and the ending was absolutely shocking. So when Sourcebooks uploaded this to Netgalley, I just had to read it! This book had me guessing throughout, but there were some things that I feel were a little unbelievable, con...
  • Amanda Kingswell
    A shout out to Netgalley for giving me the opportunity to read this book. I was really taken by the synopsis of the book. It is a mystery and it sounded like it was going to be a page turner. However, I could not get passed the writing. It was not the greatest. It was very amateur writing and mind you I do realize that the audience is YA but, I have teens that I know would not be able to stand the writing. It is supposed to be a YA suspense novel...
  • Bailey Randolph
    I was granted an advanced copy of this book through NetGalley. All thoughts and opinions are my own.Almost two years after the tragic death of her parents, Lylah is still trying to pick up the pieces of her life. She is doing well – she is going to university, she lives in a house with five other students whom she considers her closest friends, and she is maybe finally moving on. Valentine’s Day, the day her parents died, is still difficult t...
  • A.BookNerd.Bookseller&Bibliophile.Blog
    I was given a chance to read this as an ARC for an honest opinion. If you like a decent suspenseful serial killer novel this book is for you. I found it a bit predictable but it was still action packed right up until the end. It was worth the read.
  • Melanie Maloney
    If you like a decent suspenseful serial killer novel this book is for you. I found it a bit predictable but it was still action packed right up untilthe end.
  • Kim Sutton
    Review to follow
  • Ainslee || Jest and Hearts
    3/5 starsI enjoyed this book, it was a quick easy read, I read it in one sitting. This is a mystery/thriller so I would expect it to be a pager turner and it was. However, it is very similar to many YA mystery/thrillers I have read before, especially similar to There's Someone Inside Your House by Stephanie Perkins (I enjoyed You Will Be Mine way more)The story follows the main character Lylah who is a university student living with 5 other stude...
  • Bree Garcia
    College students Lylah, Sienna, Charlotte, Sonny, Isaac, and Chace only want to break loose and have a fun night at the beginning of the Valentine's season {oh yes, that's a thing around here}. Before leaving their house, Sonny, the lothario, receives a sinister note, and they toss it over their shoulders, because trying to figure out which scorned girl wrote it would take them all night.But when Sonny doesn't come home the next day, Lylah worrie...
  • Keren Hughes
    Oh. My. God! I don’t have the words! You Will Be Mine was absolutely amazing. I don’t know how she does it, but Natasha Preston hooks you, lures you in and keeps you enthralled throughout. I could barely put this book down - and only did when I needed sleep. Thrilling, gruesome, fast-paced and awe-inspiring- that’s what this book is, in a nutshell. The cast of main characters were brilliant. With different things to like about each of them,...
  • Nannette Demmler
    I liked this book, but there were a few aspects that I found annoying. The overall arc of the book was good and kept me interested in the story and wanting to know who the killer was. The characters were annoying though. Lylah, from whose point of view the story is told, really got on my nerves sometimes. Mostly because she could not stop whining about her friends being murdered which I could understand, but her pining over Chace was what really ...
  • Maria Elmvang
    This is the second book I've read by Natasha Preston (the first one being "Awake"), and I enjoyed this one every bit as much. It's absolutely chilling, and Natasha Preston's writing is so engaging that I put myself in Layla's shoes far too much, and found it very hard to put the book down - reading it in just a few sittings.As with almost all suspense novels, the big question is always - does the ending hold up? Far too often it will be too far-f...
  • Darla
    Thank you to the publisher and Edelweiss for an ARC of this YA thriller. The story takes place in just two weeks -- February 1 - 14 as a serial killer strikes the house where Lylah and her four housemates are living while attending college. The assumption is that a former housemate who was attracted to Lylah, but was rejected has come back to get vengeance. No one has seen him and the police can't seem to stop the killer who seems to come and go ...
  • Natalie
    Lylah hates Valentine’s Day… for a good reason. It’s the anniversary of her parents’ death. She feels uneasy about this time of year but when she and her housemates start receiving threatening letters this letter Lylah’s dread and grief for the holiday turn into fear. As her housemates begin to disappear, Lylah and her crush Chace must work together, with the police, to find who is targeting them. Preston (The Cabin; The Cellar) has wri...
  • Kim
    This book was provided to me free of charge by Edelweiss. I am reviewing it voluntarily.You will be mine is a simple but twisted thriller, revolving around Lylah and her 5 roommates. Threatening notes start showing up; people start dying. It's pretty typical stuff, exciting but not terribly original. It bothers me that the roommates decide who the killer is very early in the story. Without any kind of evidence or solid motive, they determine that...
  • MartyAnne
    College housemates face surreal killings; a creepy game of matching wits with a killer. It's YA horror-lite on a platter. Good read to offset the saccharine of the Valentine Season.Lylah's group of friends and housemates are all excited to make the most of February and the chance to couple-up before Valentine's Day. Lylah hates Feb 14th. Just two years ago, her parents were killed in a car accident, orphaning Lylah and her brother… She has fina...
  • Gillian Odom
    I won this book on goodreads! Thank you so much! I enjoyed this book. Solid characters and a twist at the end ! I didn’t guess this one right, that’s for sure! A light and quick read with suspense and gore. Give it a try. I will be reading her other books as well.
  • Judy
    Woah. I read this in one sitting. I simply could not put it down. I had a suspect in mind, but I was totally off base. The last line has to be the best ending ever! This would make a great movie.I received an ARC from the publisher through NetGalley.
  • Chantale Canadian Book Addict
    I couldn't put this book down because I just had to keep reading to see who the killer was. This books had me on the edge of my seat.I highly recommend
  • Carol Dass
    Great mystery, keeps you guessing till the very end, or rather, kept me guessing! I liked the characters. I would have liked to know more about Lylah’s background and the death of her parents.
  • Tammi Drevers
    I really enjoyed this book. I think I might watch a few to many crime shows because there were so many times I was screaming at the characters for being so careless. I thought I knew who the killer was... boy was I wrong.
  • Barker Jones
    This started out creepy and got creepier as it went on ... definitely not one to read alone at night! (I discovered this far too late.) The characters were well drawn and engaging, even if I did occasionally want to yell at them, in that great horror tradition, not to go in there. I was glued to the page all the way to the end, desperate to find out what was going to happen to everyone ... or at least to the ones who survived, haha.Thank you for ...