Dean Koontz has settled into a nice routine the past few years, regularly producing fast-paced thrillers with heart (no pun intended) that unfold in domestic settings. Their plots tend to be somewhat interchangeable, with white knights as protagonists and creepy baddies as villains, but they're nonetheless a lot of fun.
Your Heart Belongs to Me is more of the same. Ryan Kelly is an Internet millionaire with all the comforts money can buy. When he is stricken with a fatal heart defect, however, only a transplant will save his life. But after Kelly receives a new heart, things really start to go wrong. He's haunted by a woman who's the spitting image of the donor of his new heart.
Although not up to the level of recent books Velocity or The Good Guy, both of which explored similar territory with better results, Your Heart Belongs to Me is a fast and entertaining read, and Koontz's fans will likely not be disappointed.
From the Chicago Sun-Times, January 4, 2009