She's on the run from a past she can't remember in this thriller from Natasha Preston, the New York Times bestselling author of The Cellar and The Cabin!
Scarlett Garner doesn't remember anything before the age of four—until a car accident changes everything. She starts to remember pieces of a past that frighten her. A past her parents hid from her..and a secret that could get her killed.
Don't miss the next heart-pounding thriller from Natasha Preston, You Will Be Mine, coming February 2018!
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You Will Be Mine
British 16-year-old Scarlett Garner can't remember her life before age four not exactly uncommon in itself but a car accident shakes loose strange dreams about a burning building and a girl named Evelyn, who Scarlett's parents claim was her doll. Meanwhile, gorgeous new student Noah shows strong interest in getting to know Scarlett. What she doesn't know is that he was sent by a cult, Eternal Life, which has plans to sacrifice her to gain salvation. Scarlett falls for Noah as planned, but he falls for her, too. Preston's (The Cellar) story unfolds in chapters that alternate between Scarlett and Noah's perspectives, clueing readers into Noah's deception long before Scarlett learns of it. Readers who accept the farfetched premise may still struggle with thinly developed characters, mawkish turns of phrase ("I was hopelessly in love with her and our love was hopeless"), and dubious decision-making (when Scarlett's parents finally reveal the truth about her childhood, they do so while Noah, a virtual stranger, is present). Hard to swallow, both as a thriller and a romance. Ages 16 up.
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I'm a huge fan and I have all of her books, however this one was my least favorite of them all. It had a lot of repeats through out the book but I loved the characters and I'm looking forward to read more books from her.
It was an amazing book I would have never thought that they would end up together and living their life’s happy it was a really good book one the best books I have read
Usually I don't write book reviews, but this book was so good, I had to. It's a nail biting adventure where everything seems to go wrong for Scarlett. I finished it the day I bought it, not stopping to use the bathroom, or get a drink of water. This book made m the world seem like the world was so much less important than this book.