Remember Me (Find Me Series #2)

Remember Me (Find Me Series #2)

by Romily Bernard


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If you like The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo or Michelle Gagnon’s Don’t Turn Around trilogy, you’ll love Remember Me by Romily Bernard.

In this edge-of-your-seat thrilling sequel to Find Me, Wick Tate, sarcastic teen hacker, is back. Wick had thought her troubles were over. But she should’ve known better.

Now, Wick is once again dealing with criminals and corrupt cops . . . and a brooding new love interest.

The pressure might be too much, as secrets—including Wick’s own—climb to the surface. Will Wick persevere like she has before?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780062229069
Publisher: HarperCollins Publishers
Publication date: 09/23/2014
Series: Find Me Series , #2
Pages: 368
Sales rank: 539,156
Product dimensions: 8.10(w) x 5.90(h) x 1.30(d)
Lexile: HL600L (what's this?)
Age Range: 13 - 17 Years

About the Author

Romily Bernard graduated from Georgia State University with a literature degree. Since then, she's worked as a riding instructor, cell phone salesgirl, personal assistant, horse groom and exercise rider, accounting assistant, and, during a very dark time, a customer service representative. Of course, now she's a YA novelist.

Romily currently lives in Atlanta, Georgia. Her first novel, Find Me, placed first in the YA Unpublished Maggie Awards (given by Georgia Romance Writers) and won the Golden Heart Award for Best YA Romance from the Romance Writers of America.

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Remember Me 4.2 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
WishEnd More than 1 year ago
4.5 Stars. Remember Me was such a crazy roller-coaster ride! It was edge-of-your-seat suspense. There was so much at stake with Wick, her family, and her friends. She was coerced and manipulated by those who should be protecting her and given up on by those who should love her. It was such a tough read for me emotionally because I wanted someone to really be there for Wick regardless of her choices. Two characters that I thought would fill that role for her turned away as the story unfolded and it broke my heart. Wick risks so much and no one understands or sees what she is doing. The author did such a fabulous job of letting the emotions of the characters leak out in these pages and throughout the story. She let them live and be imperfect and fail. This one was so intense and I was rather worried about the outcome. Wick only has so much left in her. What happens when she loses it or gives it all? It literally brought me to tears. I also loved how she showed the differences between Wick's world, the elite's world, and then the position that Wren's adoptive mother was facing due to what had happened. It really showed how judgmental classes and society can be. Bren and Wick didn't deserve any of it. Then that ending. Just. Intense. I loved the final scene where there's a line from one of the characters to "trust me." It was a perfect set up for the third book in this series, which comes out next year and which I am dying to get my hands on. If you enjoy young adult suspense/thrillers with authentic characters you can cheer on and a really intense plot, then I'd definitely recommend Remember Me. Content: Some language, innuendo, and quite a bit of violence. Source: From the publisher through Edelweiss, which did not affect my review in any way.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Remember Me was a constant page turner, that I had to finish the second I started! The sequel of Find Me, Wicked Tate thought all her troubles ended in that book, but she should've known better. Once one is the system it is extremely hard for them to get out. Wick's Dad is in finally behind bars, like he should've been in the last book; Bren, Wick's foster mom further strengthens her relationships with Wick and Lily, her younger sister. Instantly another murder case is thrown into her hands when a body has the words remember me are carved into her body. Although wanting to stay as far away as possible from the case, Carson, a sly cop, threatens to reveal Wick's ongoing secret from the last book and destroy her current picture-perfect lifestyle. Anytime she doesn't instantly fulfill his needs, Carson makes sure she is reminded of failing her mission. Griff, Wick's love interest from the last book, is growing more complex feelings for Wick, which we all know only leads to the high-school dating drama, but with a hacker twist. Milo, Griff's network builder, is introduced to Wick and then the true high-school drama begins. Just when one thought things couldn't grow in complexity, videotapes from a police station magically appear on her doorstep. These videotapes disclose more evidence on Wick's real mom's suicide, forcing Wick to relive the past and question everything she thought was the truth. Throughout the book, Wick loses some relationships and it breaks the reader heart as she continues to mix the right and the wrong. All the challenges in Find Me, are resurfaced but with weakened relationships and this becomes the somewhat solo journey of Wicked Although there was something new in every chapter, this book did suffer from the middle book syndrome, and I hope the third book, Trust Me, can and I'm sure will recover! Would recommended to anyone who loves a good mystery with a teenage twist!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is full of so many twist and turns that its had to know the anser until the end
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love Bernard's writing and I love the series!! This is book 2 and I read it like I was catching up with friends after not talking to them for a while. It's a fast paced thriller like the first in the series, but the characters are evolving and taking off in unexpected directions. Read it in one sitting!!
PHDunn More than 1 year ago
Okay, so Romily's writing has always impressed me. Surprising and utterly lovable characters. Sharp, clean writing. Edge-of-my-seat pacing. I expected no less from Remember Me. But holy cow, this book blew me away. Romily just keeps getting better and better. You don't want to miss this one. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
"This one's better than the first." I loved Find Me, loved the action and the scares and the edge-of-your-seat guesswork, but this book digs into the heart of who these characters are (especially Wick) It ranges from heart-breaking to hysterical, but Bernard grips you with her voice and her depth of character on every single page. A beautiful, beautiful read. Go get yours!
Alyssa75 More than 1 year ago
***Review posted on The Eater of Books! blog*** Remember Me by Romily Bernard Book Two of the Find Me series Publisher: HarperTeen Publication Date: September 23, 2014 Rating: 4 stars Source: eARC from Edelweiss Official Summary: In the sequel to Find Me, Wick Tate, sarcastic teen hacker, is back and once again dealing with criminals and corrupt cops…and a brooding new love interest. Will Wick persevere when some secrets refuse to stay hidden? Wick had thought her troubles were over. But she should’ve known better. Not only is she embroiled in a new murder case, which starts with a body with “Remember Me” carved into it and doesn’t stop there, but she also discovers new evidence surrounding her mother’s suicide…which leads her right back to her imprisoned deadbeat dad. And she has to deal with her flirty new hacker friend, Milo, sniffing around—which her boyfriend, Griff, isn’t too happy about. The pressure might be too much as secrets—including Wick’s own—climb to the surface. Remember Me is an edge-of-your-seat thrilling read that’ll have readers turning the pages at lightning speed! The paperback of Find Me is on sale simultaneously, and a digital original novella from Romily, featuring Griff, is on sale just a few weeks before! What I Liked: I have to be honest - I don't remember very much of book one. Not because it was bad or anything - I was on the blog tour for Find Me a year ago... a year is a long time for forget lots of things. Around this time last year, I was acclimatizing to my freshman year of college, falling for a boy whom I knew would break my heart, getting ready for midterms... so honestly, I didn't really remember much from the first book. And I thought the first book was a standalone, so I was really content with the ending, and didn't really commit details to memory.  Nevertheless, Bernard made it really easy for me to read this one with no trouble. It was totally okay that I didn't recall details from book one - I remembered the gist of things, but most names and events went over my head. Bernard introduced and reintroduced information in a way that I found helpful, with all the holes in my brain. Wick thought she was finished with Carson and his work for her. But he blackmails her, and she starts working for him, on a new and dangerous project. Murders pile up, and Wick discovers new details about her mother's death, and Griff is pulling away from her, and everything is supposed to be great but nothing is.  The beginning of this one was slow. I remember I was at like, 18%, and thought I was much farther in than that. But after that, things really pick up. I found myself interested in Wick's mother's death, and in Milo. Those two "things" kept my interest in this book. I knew there was more to the mother's death than a suicide.  So this book balances many things - Wick's work for Carson, Wick's discovery of information on her mother's death, Wick's relationship with her adoptive mother, Bren, with Griff, with Milo. These relationships are confusing, not clear-cut at all. I love that Bernard crafted this book not only into a thriller, but a novel that explored relationships and the "real" things of life. I also really liked how Bernard crafted Wick psychologically. Wick really is damaged, but she doesn't want to see herself as that way. She doesn't want Griff or Lily or Bren to look at her as tainted or evil or damaged. She doesn't like being dependent on anyone, but she'd rather be dependent on Carson because at least he can protect the ones she loves. At least she can do the work he wants with ease. Supposedly. The story has high stakes, danger, murder, threats, anguish. I was literally on the edge of my bed in some scenes, like when Wick was breaking into the judge's office, or when Baines was in the house with Wick and the neighbor intervened. Bernard really made my heart pound! The romance... well, I'm not entirely sure what to say about the romance. At first, I thought this series was a duology. So I thought that the direction that the author took the romance was weird, and rushed. But then I saw that there will be another book, and all was right in the book. So here's the thing: there is a sort-of love triangle in this book. BUT HOLD ON. I actually think it works in this case. Griff loves Wick, Wick loves Griff, but the thing is... them drifting apart, it totally feels natural, like it was supposed to happen. They are SO DIFFERENT. Griff does not understand. Don't get me wrong, I like him a lot, and I totally ship them... but I ship Wick and Milo more. Nothing really romantic happens between Wick and Milo. But it's there. And honestly, I'm feeling that relationship more than Griff and Wick, at this point. I don't know what the author will do, and it won't be the end of the world either way (I like both boys, and I know that Wick doesn't know what she wants in general, so I don't really care). When I read this book, I had no idea that there would be a book three. I went on Goodreads and saw an entry for a "Trust Me"... I'm really excited about this. The author ended the epilogue of this book very dramatically. I cannot wait!! What I Did Not Like: I mentioned that the beginning was boring - it really was though. I was thinking, darn, this is a tour book, I can't just set it aside until I'm in the mood. But the book god better as it went along. So, a word of caution. The story dragged a lot in the beginning - just keep going! Would I Recommend It: If you like high-stakes thrillers, then this series in general is definitely a good one! I'm glad I decided to join the tour for this book (I wasn't intending on doing so - I was completely content with just reading book one and moving on with life). Rating: 4 stars. I wasn't dying to read this book, but now that I've read it, I cannot wait to read book three!!
AshleyBodette More than 1 year ago
Alright, y'all...there MUST be a third book in this series, because where this one left off?!  I am feeling very unsettled!  (Of course, I mean that in the best way!)  *digs on goodreads* *finds next book will be available in a year* *sighs in relief* If I thought that Find Me had me on the edge of my seat, and turning has NOTHING on Remember Me!   Dirty cops, dirty judges, jealous boyfriends, new boys who understand you in a way no one else does...let's just say in the 24 hours it took me to read this, my mind was exploding over, and over, and over again.  I didn't know what I wanted for Wicket.  I mean, I love Griff.  But I understand why she wonders if he will ever love her for exactly who she is, rather than what he wishes she would be.  And Milo is totally adorable, in a schmexy, don't-know-if-he's-a-good-guy-or-bad-guy, kind of way.  I felt so bad for her, and like I said before, even now, at the end of the novel, I'm not sure what I want for her...what should she do now?  Who should she be with?  Should she be with anybody? And then there's FREAKING Carson...I've never really liked him, but I wanted to put him in a choke hold most of the novel.  And really, he's not much better than the new bad guys in this story.  And believe me, you won't see them coming.  But I don't want to spoil any of the story for you, so I'll just leave it at that!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago