Posted in 3 1/2 paws, Review, Romantic Suspense on June 12, 2015

youll be thinking of me


A chance encounter with a celebrity, an impromptu video, and a shiny new espresso machine. It all added up to a juicy tale for 24-year-old Rachael Allen to share with friends. But when her best friend posts the video online, bizarre threats, home break-ins, and deadly gifts from an obsessed fan follow close behind.  Mick Sullivan, the star in her video, offers to help and in the process, Rachael discovers that despite his reputation as a player of Olympian caliber, he’s down-to-earth—and emotionally damaged. He has secrets; some he’s shared only with his pseudo best friend. Others he’s shared with no one. But there’s one secret he’s hidden from himself, washed away by too many beers.  Despite wildly divergent life paths, their shared southern roots (and a passion for good music) creates a common thread that draws them together. As the threats escalate, and their relationship deepens, Rachael struggles to accept Mick’s past—and his present. And she is forced to confront her own obsessive love to ultimately decide if being with Mick Sullivan is worth the collateral damage.

You’ll Be Thinking of Me is the story of Rachael’s serendipitous encounter with a celebrity, her brush with obsessive love, and the bittersweet gift left behind by the very person fixated on destroying her life.



This was an interesting story of how a woman meets a celebrity, they get involved, she is targeted by his stalker and how that ends. I thought the story was a good one and there is some back and forth with the chapters whether it is Brenda or Rachael.  It does give an interesting look inside what people go through when being stalked and how hard it is to try and live a normal life when you have have someone sending you threatening notes and other items.  I’m happy to be a “nobody”!

I was a little disappointed with the ending. Sure you saw part of it coming, but I was hoping for something else. It does wrap up the story nice especially since it is 20 years into the future. It is hard to not reveal too much because I do not want to give it away.

I did think there were too many F-bombs in the book. maybe at times it might have been justified but I think there could have been fewer and nothing would have been lost.

Overall a good book and we give it 3 1/2 paws.


About the Author

Densie Webb (not Denise) has spent a long career as a freelance nonfiction writer and editor. Her debut novel “You’ll Be Thinking of Me” was released by Soul Mate Publishing in January 2015. She is an avid walker (not of the dead variety), drinks too much coffee and has a small “devil dog” that keeps her on her toes. She is currently working on a second novel.

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