Book Review: Tell Me You’re Mine by Elisabeth Noreback


Publisher: Penguin Random House Canada, Penguin Random House, Putnam
Published: September 4th, 2018

Thank you to Penguin Random House Canada and Putnam for providing me with a free copy of this book to read.

This book follows 3 women… One woman is sure she has found her lost lost daughter. Stella is married and has a son and works as a successful therapist counseling others in need. When she was much younger she had a daughter namd Alice that suddenly disappeared without a trace and Stella has been heartbroken over the loss of her daughter. One day a young woman enters Stella’s office for counseling and Stella is convinced it is her long lost daughter.

One woman is terrified she will lose her daughter. She will do anything to keep her daughter safe and out of harm’s way. Kerstin loves her daughter Isabelle and is determined to love her and keep her safe always.

One woman is struggling to figure out who she is. She has recently lost her father and found out he wasn’t her biological father. She has been struggling since his death and seeks counseling.

How are these 3 women connected?

This was such a great psychological thriller. One that will have you reading into the late hours of the night as you are wanting to know more. I was hooked on the book from the very first page. There are a lot of twists and turns, secrets, lies and deception. Fabulously written.

I enjoyed reading about the stories of all 3 of the women in this book. I grew to really dislike Kerstin for many reasons. I don’t want to give away any spoilers in the book, but she was not a very nice character and I grew to really dislike her. The other characters in the book were quite likeable.

I especially loved the ending of the book. I like how it ended and it allowed closure in my eyes and I love a story like that. Again I don’t want to give away too many spoilers. You’ll just have to read this story for yourself 🙂 Hope you enjoy reading it as much as I did.

All the stars for this book!

⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐ ⭐

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