A beautiful and dedicated young psychoanalyst is terrified to discover that her beloved sister is determined to marry one of the doctor's former patients, a man who conceals a dangerously jealous, obsessive nature, as well as a pattern of abuse, behind his charming and wealthy facade.
I can't in good conscience recommend it at all. It made me wonder just how it is she's sold millions of copies of her books if this is representative. The characters were flat and uninteresting, the plot was perhaps believable but forced, and the ending was contrived.
Oddly enough, I found Clark's daughter's (Carol Higgins Clark) Regan Reilly books far more interesting. They're amusing fluff, unlike You Belong to Me.