A story of enduring love as romance goes all wrong and Emily Montgomery struggles to rebuild her life after a terrible accident changes everything. Emily wants romance in her life
|Product dimensions:||5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.61(d)|
About the Author
I enjoy reading fiction and nonfiction novels, as well as autobiographies and biographies. I also enjoy reading comics and anything else book related. I've wanted to write a novel for the last ten years but didn't know if I could. I read many books on writing, and finally found the courage to write and self-publish. I spent four years working on my first novel and there are more books to come.
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I Wish I Could Remember You based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
I received this book from the author for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are entirely my own. I Wish I Could Remember You is a gripping romance that loves to play off of the reader’s emotions. It’s writing is elegant and an absolute pleasure to read. The characters are realistic in how they deal with their problems and the dialogues between them keep them separate, and also does a lot to reveal the story. They are unique and stay consistent in their characteristics throughout the storyline, which seems as if it would have been difficult to accomplish (on the author’s part) given the battle between lack of memory and consistency of character. The plot unfolds at the perfect pace and keeps the readers interested and was also surprisingly very clean. There is not a single cuss word and the sexual references were extremely low considering that this is a “romance” by title. Where the sexual scenes were, they only involved a few semi-detailed kisses, a few mentions of “being intimate” or “making love” in conversation, and one semi-detailed making out scene that the author switched scenes before anything else was “shown” but it was clear in how it ended for the said couple. When it comes to morals, I have mixed emotions. On one hand some readers may say that this book encourages a cheating wife and then on the other hand some readers will say that because her and her husband are (and have been) separated and are simply waiting on the legalistic aspects, that she is a free woman. It really depends on the reader’s views of this matter so I can’t necessarily judge it as a neutral reviewer, but for me personally, I think that some of the things that happened between both couples should have had a better respect for “marriage” than what was given. Overall, I did enjoy reading I Wish I Could Remember You and I give it 4 out of 5 stars for being a clean romance, and a well written one at that. This review was originally posted on Literature Approved. (http://literatureapproved.wordpress.com)
Do we always make choices logically and with a clear head, or do our memories influence our actions? I beta read I Wish I Could Remember You before publication, and was instantly taken in by the concept of this story. It centres around Emily, a woman who gets engaged to the man of her dreams, and mere moments later, sustains a head injury, which causes retrograde amnesia. She has no idea who this new fiancé is, meanwhile, her ex-husband, who she is able to remember, comes swooping in, wanting to make amends. Stephen, the ex, seems like a genuinely good man, but not all is as it seems. As Emily tries to make sense of her reality, it will take all she has in her to realize the truth of her situation. Part romance, part suspense, this story keeps the reader engaged until the last page.
No action, just talk!!!!!!