You Belong to Me

An unhealthy obsession…with deadly consequences…

When Faith Collins discovers that she is pregnant shortly after her divorce, the news comes as a surprise. Desperate to start a new life and escape her heartbreak, Faith, an artist by profession, buys a rundown house on an island off the coast of Dorset. 

And when Faith is approached by Cecily Joscelyne, a famous interior designer, to provide a set of paintings for a client, it seems that her life is finally getting back on track. 

But Cecily, or Joz as she is known, is secretly battling her own demons: mentally abused by her stepfather, Randolf, and hopelessly besotted by her brother, Thomas, she is close to a complete breakdown.

Joz believes that if she can just find a retreat on the island that she and Thomas used to imagine as children, everything will be perfect.

But there is one thing standing in the way of her plan: Faith Collins. 

For Faith’s house is the sanctuary Joz longs for – and one that she will do anything to get. 

With Joz prepared to go to extreme lengths to get what she wants, will Faith escape unscathed?

A chilling tale of violent obsession, You Belong to Me is a riveting psychological thriller that explores the depths of the human psyche and the devastating consequences of one woman’s obsessive pursuit. 


This is one of those psychological thrillers with an added dash of horror level suspense that will have you gripping the book and flipping pages as your attention is captured by an intense storyline. Beware you may find yourself staying up late into the night trying to get from one cover to the next without stopping; if you do, you won’t be disappointed. It’s definitely one of the more unique thrillers on the market.

 The creepy, skin tingling factor is set on high as you’re taken through a story that will yank you through twists and turns you never saw coming. It’s not overly fast paced but what she lacks for in pep is more than made up in character development with a complex group of people who are richly described and given realistic storylines.

 Fair warning, the book opens with a bit of a rough start and a character it’s hard to care about, in fact she irritated me to the point I wanted to pay for her therapy myself. Something horrific is also done to a living entity and I’m just going to leave it at that; one of the character’s is channeling their inner sociopath so let’s just say it was pretty rough reading for a bit.

 Thank you to Netgalley and Endeavour Press for allowing me to review this book.

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