You Will Be Mine by Natasha Preston

You Will Be Mine

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 been crushing on him since they met. If only he thought of her the same way...The girls are touching up their makeup and the guys are ...

Details You Will Be Mine

TitleYou Will Be Mine
Release DateFeb 6th, 2018
PublisherSourcebooks Fire
GenreMystery, Young Adult, Thriller, Suspense, Fiction

Reviews You Will Be Mine

  • Shannon
    Review to come
  • Rissa
    You will be mine 4.25⭐I have loved everything I have read by natasha so far. Her novels are gripping, fast paced, alot of fun. This takes place around Valentine’s Day with a group of friends. One of which, Sonny, starts getting werid noted and flowers then free drinks. Everyone thinks its a joke and just some girl obsessed with him but Lylah grows concered as the notes escalate. All of her friends are being targeted because of Lylahs past mis...
  • *Ritzrenee*
    I was skimming through the pages...Needed this story to endSo I didnt guess the culprit correctly despite suspecting the person. This entire book felt like a fluffy mystery book. A hates B,C,D... so A killed them all. I literally felt it was just like that while I was reading. The depth to the story was not developed well. In fact, it could be a shorter story...
  • Courtney
    You Will Be Mine is a YA thriller/suspense that revolves around a group of college kids living together.As you can tell, I am torn on how to write this review. While I did enjoy the book, I wasn't overly excited with everything going on. And once again, it's because I struggle with connecting to the characters. The storyline itself is interesting but the lack of character development hurt the story overall for me.As I said the storyline was inter...
  • 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...
  • 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.
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  • Kitkat
    Natasha Preston I was worried about this book because I hated Awake. But my God this book was brilliant! I loved the thrill of it and the terror I felt for my character. This book gave me chills and I’m so happy I didn’t think to hard about who the killer was. Also the cryptic notes at the door were amazing. I loved the ending and I hope there is a sequel. I mean the ending makes me think there’s another one and I’m grinning like a lunati...
  • 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...
  • Jessie
    I kind of shot myself in the foot with this one. I've read one of Natasha Preston's books before (The Cellar) and loved the premise, but hated just about everything else. The same exact thing happened with this book. It makes me even angrier knowing this book had so much potential. If the characters were developed, it better and more clever foreshadowing, and wasn't so drawn out, this could've been so, so good. The biggest issue: Every single cha...
  • Yoru
    What on God's green Earth did I just read???As far as thrillers go, this one was kind of...strange.Here's what I will say that the book did fairly decently: leaving hints and clues as to the fact that Riley, our MC Lylah's brother, is the killer; and it occasionally got a little intense but not outright frightening.Here's what didn't work.1. Red Herring Jake. The hyperfocus on it being Jake from so early on was a deadass clue it wasn't going to b...
  • Brandi (Brandi Janee's Bookshelf)
    **2.5 stars**You Will Be Mine is a mystery/thriller that takes place around Valentine's Day. This book centers around Lylah and her group of friends right before they are about to go out to a Valentine's themed play. Right before they leave there's a creepy note that has been left on their doorstep made using letters clipped from magazines. They all play it off as a prank but that changes when Sonny never comes home.I didn't enjoy this book as mu...
  • Laura Hernandez
    The author kept me in complete suspense and I did not see any of it coming. The story is fast paced and I loved the characters. I was kept glued to the edge of my seat from beginning to end!! Beware of secret admirer's!!!{ I requested a copy for review purposes via NetGalley and made no guarantee of a favorable review. The opinions expressed here are unbiased an my own.}
  • Livv
    This is a huge rant, so I apologize in advance. First, I want to mention that the story concept was pretty sturdy; although, the plot was straightforward and overall basic. Preston's writing is mostly geared for teens, so I do understand the choice in writing style. Second, there was an enormous amount of spelling and grammatical errors ("shot" instead of "shop"?). At first I counted them, but I lost track because there were so many. Additionally...
  • 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...
  • Kiki Cole
    I was looking forward to this book so much, but sadly I was disappointed. The twist at the end, although unexpected, was poorly executed. That part of the book kind of disgusted me and confused me a little bit as to why that specific character was chosen. I feel like this book could have had a lot of potential, but what I read just didn't give me much chills or shock like The Cellar had. The ending didn't satisfy me either because I have so much ...
  • Pavitra (For The Love of Fictional Worlds)
    Disclaimer: An eARC was provided via Inkslinger PR and the Author as part of the Blog Tour. The Thoughts, opinions & feelings expressed in the review are however my own. This is my first book by Natasha Preston but I have a feeling that I will be going to get through her backlist asap I stop drowning in my humungous TBR Pile *face palm*This plot follows a group of friends, six to be exact – housemates and in university. The book jumps right...
  • Taylor
    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 been crushing on him since they met. If only he thought of her the same way...The girls are touching up their makeup and the guys are ...
  • Natalie
    The police in this novel are clumsy and incompetent. They must have been fresh out of the police academy because they seemed so naive and stupid. “Hey kids, I know there’s a psychopathic killer after you but you should continue to live normal lives so by all means, please continue to party hard.” They seriously encourage these kids to go out drinking while they are being stalked! Then there’s the crimson herring (so named because red herr...
  • madrose
    Um... is this book for real? Was it even edited?! I counted over 20 mistakes by the half way point and then just stopped counting. At one point there were 3 errors within 2 pages including spelling ‘sofa’ as ‘soda’. Several times, the author goes to type ‘murderer’ but instead says ‘murder’. I found myself not even concentrating on the story itself because I was more intrigued with finding the next mistake, which was always easy a...
  • Loraine Oliver
    ROSES ARE REDVIOLETS ARE BLUEWATCH YOUR BACKI'M COMING FOR YOUI usually do not read books like this, that being said I really wanted to read it anyway. I am glad I did! This author really knows how to keep a reader in suspense! Throughout the whole book, I was really engrossed and did not want to quit reading.The book was filled with a lot of plot twists, which had me reading until I finished! The group of characters were good and I was intrigued...
  • Missy
    I received an ARC of this book in exchange for an honest review. I choose to review this book because I'm a big fan of Natasha Preston since she wrote the Cellar. This book had me captivated since I read the description: Roses are Red, Violets are Blue, Watch your Back, I'm coming for you!I felt like this book was very suspenseful and I didn't guess the killer, which is rare for me. As I read each chapter I kept thinking someone else was the kill...
  • Trisha
    "I can get you any time I want"I liked that this was a bit gruesome and a bit silly. Kids away at college first get threatening messages, then one of them goes missing. From there, it's blood and horror and a lot of Valentine's day decor. In the midst there is still a love story (which is a bit of a distraction and doesn't add much to the story). I wish I'd loved it more but I guessed the ending too early and just couldn't suspend disbelief long ...
  • Jara Beaubien
    If you like murder mayhem and be scared then this book is for you, personally I read to get away from that kind of stuff but some do seem to love this kind of books and movies.Lylah and her friends are planing on spending a night together, guess partying is a way of letting stress out. But things start going wrong from the very begining till the very ends.Will you be able to figure out who the murderer is, good luck in finding out, its a interest...
  • Diabolica
    This book one star higher than it should only because I managed to finish the cursed thing. The novel had a cookie-cut premise. MC 's friends are dying, one by one, and our MC is supposed to be our final victim. The minute I opened the book nothing struck out to me, and as the book progressed my sentiments became plagued by the corny narration. While I don't hate our MC, I can't say I liked her or her narration. I can't see why they picked Jack t...
  • Christ Jolis
    DUDE IS CRAZY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
  • Jerald Dimatulac
    I really like the book :)
  • Elise
    just amazing! i couldn’t put it down even though i had to become i was at school but omg every time i read these books i can’t put them down!
  • Kim Sutton
    Review to follow
  • Myra Espino
    This is the first Natasha Preston book I've read and it's good. The way the story started is good and I was easily get pulled in into the story. The characters are good, and easy to relate with. You Will Be Mine will have you guessing on who sent the note and all. Overall, the story is good and interesting. Nice read!