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The worst secrets are often hidden by the shiniest facade....

Heather lives in her dream house, has a handsome husband and a successful career. Famous in her field, she has legions of devoted followers on social media. But all is not as rosy as the Pinterest-perfect picture she lets them see. 

Behind closed doors lurks a more sinister story. Heather would be horrified if people knew about the violent scarlet stain near the fireplace...or the shocking secrets that keep her awake at night and could destroy everything she cares about....

Managing an exciting new project should be a breeze, but when she is forced to work alongside the school bully that made her life hell, a new nightmare starts. Her perfect façade begins unravelling before the watchful eyes of her followers.

Awful happenings start to reach Heather in the one place she should be safe - her home.

Has one of her obsessive fans taken things too far?

Or is the ghost of her distant husband haunting her?

From the best-selling author of the psychological thriller In Her Footsteps, You're All Mine is a gripping psychological thriller full of twists and turns that you will find hard to put down.

Perfect for fans of Lesley Kara, K.L. Slater, Clare Mackintosh, Teresa Driscoll, and Sarah A. Denzil.

©2019 Ruth Harrow (P)2021 Ruth Harrow

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you're all Mine

I loved this audiobook, full of twists and turns and "who done its" I even felt anxious at one point that I wasn't going to get the answers I wanted. I would definitely recommend it. Excellent narration helped me visualise the characters and settings

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gripping

I enjoyed listening to Amanda Parrott, she had me hooked from the start. This plot will keep you guessing from the start. Perfect life, career, husband , home ,but is it all that it seems. With secrets and ghost from the past , coming back to say hello, nothing seems as it is. A good thriller

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Great twists and turns - brilliant narration

This was such a great listen - the story was brilliant but also the narration added to the story and I really needed to know what happens next. There were a lot of red herrings which I like and the ending was brilliant.

I was given a free copy but the review is entirely my own.

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You're all mine

I did struggle to get into this audiobook but I kept with it and it turned out to be quite a good listen.

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Psychologically scary, twisty, WOW

This book took more twists and turns than anything I have read in a really long time. It was gripping from the word go, and it was almost impossible to stop listening to.
The central character, Heather, well to be fair I thought many things about her. From thinking she was a murderer, thinking she was going insane, thinking she was lying to everyone including herself, and as it turned out some of that was true! Although I won't say which bits! Her husband James, to be honest I thought he was a bit of a wet lettuce. And Nicole was a wonderful best friend to Heather, always there for her and not really being very demanding for support herself.

This book was like a giant curve ball that just kept going. And the narrator was absolutely spot on with delivery.

I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review

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Addictive and entertaining.

Overall I found the story quite compelling. It has a slow place which builds your intrigue until eventually you simply need to know the answers. It’s easy listening whilst also pulling you in. Absolutely adored the narration, soothing yet strong and very clear. The different voices and accents are a nice touch. I would definitely listen to this author and narrator again.

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amazing book

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Heather lives in her dream house, has a handsome husband and a successful career

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  • Pam C
  • 17-06-21

Very good!

Wow...This book caught me and held on. I kept going back and forth on who I thought was trying to make her seem crazy, and at one point, I thought maybe she was hallucinating...but...the end. Well, it proved I was wrong on several occasions. lol
The author is very talented and I will be looking for more of her work, for sure.
The narrator was perfect for this story. She made me believe in each character by telling this story, and not reading it to me.
Enjoyed this very much!

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  • CAlex
  • 15-06-21

Keeps you guessing until the end

Well written, performance was perfect. Through the whole story I kept going back in forth on who could it be? Is she just crazy? Didn't see the ending coming. Well done!

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  • Matthew
  • 09-06-21

Review: You’re All Mine


My thoughts:
This domestic psychological thriller was engaging and the narrator made it a pleasant listen. I was intrigued by the prologue and had to know more!

I didn’t particularly become attached to any of the characters—especially Heather. I didn’t understand some of her actions and at times I questioned if she was an unreliable narrator. I was happy to see a thoughtful conclusion to Heather’s ordeal in You’re All Mine. While this story wasn’t exactly the “gripping page-turner” I expected, I did want to see who was behind it all and was surprised by the reveal!

I enjoyed Amanda Parrott as the narrator. Her interpretation of the different voices, I thought, were excellent.

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I received this audiobook as part of my participation in a blog tour with Audiobookworm Promotions. The tour is being sponsored by Ruth Harrow. The gifting of this audiobook did not affect my opinion of it.

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  • Momma Becky
  • 06-06-21

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You're All Mine is touted as a psychological thriller, but I would add the word domestic to that. So, a domestic psychological thriller. It definitely has some mess with your mind moments, but it is also very much a domestic thriller. The story relies heavily on the unreliable narrator, and with as many secrets as Heather has, she’s about as unreliable as it gets.
And that brings me to Heather. Now, I’m just gonna say it. Heather nearly drove me to distraction. This woman had all this crazy happening to her, yet she just keeps right on going, and she made some terrible decisions. She’s so caught up in perception, in what people see and think of her, that she reacts rather strangely. I’m sure that was intentional on the author’s part. If it wasn’t, she couldn’t have done it better if she tried. The above-mentioned unreliable narrator has been done a lot, so I’m probably a bit over-critical of it, but it works for this story and this character.
We do get a good selection of characters to be the villain, plus there’s Heather, herself, and every single one of them could’ve very easily been that villain. Now, here’s where I’ll tell you that I did have it figured out pretty early. That said, I still second guessed myself a few times, so Ruth Harrow did a solid job of dangling carrots that led in the wrong direction—something any good psychological thriller should do.
The narrator, Amanda Parrott, was new to me, and I’ll admit that I wasn’t quite sure about her style for this book, but she grew on me. She has a sweet-sounding voice that worked perfectly for a big part of the dialogue. I especially liked it when someone was being sarcastic or contrary because Parrott did it exactly as I’d expect from those characters.
The story does jump back and forth in the timeline, and sometimes those jumps can be a bit jarring, but I finally noticed little differences in past and present, and it all started to fall into place. I will say that the ending for this one wasn’t what I thought it would be, especially with knowing the identity of the villain. I expected part of the reason for it all, but the rest of it was not at all where I expected it to go. Oddly, that wasn’t a dealbreaker for me. I will say that when you find out who the villain is, you can look back at some of the conversations, and it clicks.
Unreliable narrator, predictable villain, timeline jumps—yes, this one has all of those, but what it comes down to whether I kept listening all the way through. I did, and I’m not sure if it was Heather’s bad decisions or the narration or the story itself. Or maybe it was a bit of everything. Whatever it was, I wanted to see if Heather would finally make some good choices. I wanted to see how it would all play out, so it’s certainly worth the listen. These characters are the kind that get under your skin, and even when you want to shake the daylights out of them, you still want to see where things go for them. I’d say this one would appeal to anyone who enjoys domestic thrillers.

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  • mike s.
  • 30-05-21

Fantastic Voice Artist

Good thriller. Even if you see the end coming, it’s a journey worth taking. Very talented voice artist.

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  • Audrey E Adamson
  • 25-05-21

Slow Burn Thriller

I received a free audio version of this book for review. All opinions are my own.
You're All Mine really takes time to get started. But stick with it. Ruth Harrow creates a taut thriller where the main character wrestles with the idea she may not be perfectly sane when a variety of bad events happen to her on all fronts. The twists and turns and even surprised me in the end.
The vocal performance was great. I really like the main character's voice; it suited her perfectly.

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  • Kayla Krantz
  • 24-05-21

Suspenseful

Heather’s entire life is her job. As an interior designer, she’s trying her hardest to be the best she can be. Everything in her house has to be a particular way. Every aspect of her life is scripted. The drawback? In reality, her life is falling apart. What starts as a few things out of place turns into a downward spiral of sabotage and betrayal.


As a workaholic, I found myself relating to Heather on a personal level. She was crafted in a way that made her feel very real, and that was what drew me to keep listening to the story. I really wanted her to succeed, to prevail. The suspense was another aspect of the story that I thought was particularly well done. Every time I thought I had the story figured out, the author would throw in another wrench, and I’d be left just as clueless as before.

If you’re looking for a thriller that will keep you on the edge of your seat, I recommend this one. I will definitely be looking for more books by this author in the future.

This book was given to me for free at my request and I provided this voluntary review.

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  • Denea1975
  • 15-05-21

Keeps you guessing

Every time you think you have it figured out a new twists happens. The ending is surprising.

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  • lisa
  • 14-05-21

very good!!!!

I debated on getting this based on the reviews but I am happy I did. Well written and entertaining, story weaves nicely together. Listen at speed 1.15, much much better. 5 stars, definitely recommend.

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  • Norma Miles
  • 07-05-21

"All by yourself, Heather? Stop pretending."

Heather has been nurturing a solo interior design career, heavily aided by posting frequent Instagram posts and online classes. She is on the verge of being catapulted into the big time with the job offer which will secure her future. But her husband, who also has to work away frequently, is unhappy at how little time they are able to spend together. When the story begins, Heather and James haven't seen each other for a month when she returns from an assignment in Milan by which time her husband has already left for his next project. Alone in the perfect house she has built around herself, which, in turn is fairly isolated, strange little things start to happen disturbing to Heather, both in the house and at work.

it is a clever concept but the trouble with this book is the unbelievable silliness of the character, keeping 'secrets' which no same adult would continue to be concerned to keep, the failure to contact her 'perfect husband' for weeks in her time of stress even though they used to talk every day and the generally vacant thought processes she has and are expressed in her first person narrative. Yes, you have it, I couldn't stand the main protagonist, nor her 'bestie', or anyone really, and certainly not enough to care about any of them. Sadly, it felt too contrived, unrealistic and, if culprit there was, logic determined it could only be one person from very early into the story.

Amanda Harriett narrates You're All Mine with skill and good timing, her rather girlie timbre being most appropriate for the voice of Heather as well as that of her equally annoying friend, Nicole. She manages to maintain interest to the predictably foolish end. Her skill does not run to male voicings, however, but fortunately these are infrequent.

This is an easy, if irritating, read which does have the element of mystery in the earlier parts. And it fills the time whilst the reader is occupied on another tedious task. but it is not a book that I would recommend to a friend. My thanks to the rights holder who, at my request freely gifted me with a complimentary copy via Audiobook Boom.