The stunning conclusion to this epic love story that began with Forgetting You, Forgetting Me from International Bestselling author, Monica James.
The truth sets you free...but what happens when everything you believe in changes in the blink of an eye?
All I ever wanted was for my fiancé, Samuel Stone, to remember me. And now that he does...all I want is for him to forget. Through tragedy, I found myself and who I was destined to become. But more importantly, I found who I was destined to be with.
With a single word, Saxon Stone changed my life forever. He taught me how to live again. But now that Samuel remembers and all secrets have been revealed, I’m left to wonder which life I’m meant to lead.
Divided by my head and my heart, I’m torn between duty and desire. Samuel is my past while Saxon is my forever. The choice should be easy.
But love never is...
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About the Author
Monica James spent her youth devouring the works of Anne Rice, William Shakespeare, and Emily Dickinson. When she is not writing, Monica is busy running her own business, but she always finds a balance between the two. She enjoys writing honest, heartfelt, and turbulent stories, hoping to leave an imprint on her readers. She draws her inspiration from life. She is a bestselling author in the U.S.A., Australia, Canada, France, Germany, Israel, and the U.K. Monica James resides in Melbourne, Australia, with her wonderful family, and menagerie of animals. She is slightly obsessed with cats, chucks, and lip gloss, and secretly wishes she was a ninja on the weekends.
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
4.5 stars-- FORGETTING YOU, REMEMBERING ME is the second instalment in Monica James’ contemporary, adult MEMORIES FROM YESTERDAY romance duology focusing on Lucy Tucker, and identical twins Samuel and Saxon Stone. FORGETTING YOU, REMEMBERING ME should not be read as a stand alone as it picks up immediately after the events and cliff-hanger of book one FORGETTING YOU, FORGETTING ME. NOTE: If you have not read book one FORGETTIN YOU, FORGETTING ME there may be some spoilers in my review. Told from first person point of view (Lucy Tucker) FORGETTING YOU, REMEMBERING ME is the continuing story line and love triangle trope focusing on Lucy Tucker, and identical twin brothers Samuel and Saxon Stone. At the end of book one Samuel Stone’s memories return (weeks following a devastating crash) and with it the realization that the woman he loves is in love with someone else. Lucy Tucker, having learned that everything about her life with Samuel was based upon a lie, must face the man she once loved and the truth when his memories return. Falling in love with Saxon Stone meant letting go of the past, but letting go was much harder than anyone could have imagined. FORGETTING YOU, REMEMBERING ME follows in the aftermath of betrayal, not only between Samuel and Lucy, but Samuel’s betrayal of Lucy and, especially that of his twin brother Saxon. There are so many dysfunctional family issues within the Stone family, the heart break and emotional fall-out is almost cathartic but weighs heavily on everyone involved. Lucy and Saxon’s vulnerability is matched by their strength and resolve; Samuel’s betrayal is matched and propagated by his mother’s inability to love her sons equally and without condemnation. FORGETTING YOU, REMEMBERING ME is an angst-ridden, emotional and painful story that will suck the life right out of your soul. The story behind the story will break your heart. The love-triangle trope is destructive and continues to read like a YA romance; disaster and devastation follow in the wake of revelations; second chances come with secrets and lies. In the end, the heart knows what it wants, and what it wants is real love and a happily ever after. Here’s hoping the author has plans for those who lost and have none.
Forgetting You, Remembering Me by Monica James is the second book in the Memories From Yesterday Series. This is not a standalone, you must read book one, Forgetting You, Forgetting Me - first. Forgetting You, Remembering Me picks up where the previous book left off. Samuel, Lucy´s fiancé has his memory back and beats his twin brother bloody. Lucy who was committed to Samuel, but lost her love through the hell he put her through found solace in Saxon, Samuel´s twin. Both love each other deeply. But Lucy is torn between them. Favorite Quote: " Every scar means you were stronger than whatever tried to beat you. Forgetting You, Remembering Me is a emotional read. The story is great and the writing is excellent. The characters pain made me cry. It´s heart wrenching how they have to fight for life and love. I give 4,5 stars.