You Belong to Me

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  • You Belong to Me
  • Elizabeth MacGregor
  • 18 September 2018
  • 9780747214731

10 thoughts on “You Belong to Me

  1. Melissa Borsey says:

    I received a copy of this book from Netgalley in exchange for my honest review Cecily and her family are pure nut jobs and poor Faith comes in contact with Cecily who from then on is obsessed with taking Faith s house away fr...

  2. Dee Ryan says:

    Cecile Josselyne is a woman that is larger than life Loud voice, commanding attitude but under the influence of her step father she crumbles Faith is a painter who finds herself pregnant shortly after her husband Guy ups and leaves her Trying to finally be free she buys a run down house on a little island Alex her handsome next door neighbour is all too happy to lend a hand when work needs carrying out on her house Cecily and Faiths world s connect through a business deal and Faith finds herself being propositioned by Cecily Thinking Cecily is joking Faith does not take her serously But Cecily always gets what she far will she go This book was a fascinating read While it was not fast paced I was completely t...

  3. Lynn Mccarthy says:

    This is a psychological thriller with horror.It had lots of twists and turns and kept me reading to find out what happened.Thank you to netgalley the Author and Publisher for a chance to read this book..

  4. Susan Angela Wallace says:

    You belong to me by Elizabeth McGregor This was a good read with good characters 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 o...

  5. Diane says:

    Thank you Netgalley for the advance copy of this book for an honest review You Belong to Me by author Elizabeth McGregor is a tangle of psychological suspense horror which opens with Roz Cecily Joscelyne , an interior designer attending the wedding of her brother When I read a suspense story, I really want to like the character the book opens with, but not the case here Roz is a damaged woman with much contempt for others She was abused by her stepfather, but also has an unnatural attachment to her brother Thomas So, maybe the way the book opened was the primary reason for my dislike uhmm no not really Faith Collins is an artist who is unfortunate to cross paths with Roz Faith is pregnant and living in isolation She does not want her ex husband, to know about her pregnancy because of his heartless emotional and psychological treatment of her during their life together Now starts the twists and turns of this story This is not just suspense, but horror and shows the character s mental condition deteriorating Roz is obsessed with taking Faith s place of sanctuary I understand there are different levels of susp...

  6. Linda Strong says:

    Cecily Joz Joscelyne is, in simple terms, a sociopath She s a famous interior designer but this woman definitely has issues She has battled mental abuse for many years from her stepfather, a very rich man, a very manipulative man She also has a close relationship in her eyes with her brother, Thomas.When she and Thomas were children, he promised her to always be there for her They used to imagine a small house on an island where they would live together forever She is close to a mental breakdown, especially when her beloved brother marries another woman Meet Faith Collins, a woman separated from her husband who finds herself pregnant by him She leaves the city, where everything reminds her of him and moves to a small rundown cottage on an island off the coast of Dorset.Faith is an artist she copies masterpieces for a living When Joz calls her and places an order for several pictures, Faith thinks her problems are getting somewhat smaller But she is in for a huge surprise.Joz wants her house and she s willing to do anything, anything at all, to get it.This is an exceptional story of a woman s mental illness, an obsession borne of abuse from the time she was a small child With no one watching over Joz s medical condition, she loses all touch with reality and bodies fall in her wake.WARNING There is one instan...

  7. ☘Tara Sheehan☘ says:

    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 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 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 ...

  8. Ange says:

    I was unsure during the opening chapters as to whether I would enjoy this book On reading some scenes depicting cruelty to a dog, I truly had to stop reading, and then when I could face it again I read this part of the story with horror However, I m pleased I stuck with it.It s a slow building, multi faceted story line with well developed characters Faith finds herself pregnant shortly after her husband left her for another woman She decides to buy a ramshackle house on an island off the south west coast to build a new life for h...

  9. Diane says:

    I wasn t sure I was going to like this book at first I struggled to get into it for the first couple of chapters but boy is it worth it once you do get going There is so much going on in this book murder, abuse, cheating affairs to name just a few Faith discovers she s pregnant by her cheating husband just as he leaves her for his rich mistress Deciding to start a fresh she buys herself a house down in Dorset away from the hustle and bustle of London Faith can t believe her luckthat a famous interior designer commissions her to do some paintings for her and thinks her luck is finally changing Joz the interior designer decides the house Faith bought is just right for her and nothing is going to stand in her way of her dr...

  10. Deb R says:

    Faith Collins discovers she is pregnant not long after her divorce is finalized She is surprised by the news and is anxious to leave her heartbreak behind and start a new life She buys a house in a state of disrepair on an island, Eventually, a famous interior designer, Cecily Joscelyne known as Joz , commissions Faith to provide a set of paintings for one of her clients Joz, trying to avoid a complete breakdown, comes to be...

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