You’ll Be Thinking of Me is a compulsively readable story about celebrity crushes, chance encounters, and delusional obsession leading to a conclusion that is as heartbreaking as it is inevitable.
Rachael Allen’s luck is about to change. Sure, she’s out of work and living back at home with her parents, but she’s about to run into one of her celebrity crushes, Mick Sullivan. Much to her credit, Rachael manages to keep her act together during the interaction, asking only for a photo with Mick before the pair part ways. When her friend, Jenna (great name! *wink*) posts the video an obliging Mick took of himself with Rachael online, well, Rachael’s luck will change again. One particular set of comments triggers a chain reaction that will change the course of Rachael and Mick’s lives forever.
You’ll Be Thinking of Me is the debut novel from author Densie Webb. She spins a suspenseful tale. More than once, I found myself so caught up in the story that I stayed up far too late reading “just one more chapter.” The characters are created with warm and rich detail and the point-of-view shift between characters reveals just enough of what’s to come to keep you hooked. This book has a little of everything – suspense, romance, drama. I’m very eager to read more from Densie Webb; if this is any indication, she’ll be a household name quite soon!
(I received this book free from the author. I thank her for her generosity. In exchange, I was simply asked to write an honest review, and post it. The opinions I have expressed are my own.)
About the Author
Densie Webb has spent a long career as a freelance nonfiction writer and editor, specializing in health and nutrition, and has published several books and tons of articles on the topic over the years. She is a member of the Women’s Fiction Writers Association and SheWrites. Soul Mate Publishing is releasing her debut novel titled, “You’ll Be Thinking of Me,” as an ebook. A paperback will be released later this year. She grew up in Louisiana, spent 13 years in New York, and settled in Austin, TX, where it’s summer nine months out of the year. She is an avid walker (not of the dead variety, though she loves anything to do with zombies, vampires or post-apocalyptic worlds), drinks too much coffee and has a small “devil dog” that keeps her on her toes. She has arrested development in musical tastes and her two children provide her with musical recommendations on a regular basis.