Remember Our Song: A Billionaire Romance

Remember Our Song: A Billionaire Romance

by Emma South

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Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781492801771
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/23/2013
Pages: 194
Product dimensions: 5.00(w) x 8.00(h) x 0.45(d)

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I'm in my thirties and living in New Zealand. A little over a year ago I lost somebody very close to me. I was lucky in a way, I was given enough time to make a promise. My promise was that I would never forget our young and innocent love, and it's a promise I intend to keep.

My writing is a way to help me keep that promise. I've always enjoyed writing but was forced into being 'prudent' and giving myself over to soul-crushing office work for the sake of a steady salary. Recent events forced me to re-evaluate my priorities and I decided to take a chance. I like to put little pieces of 'us' into my writing, from funny conversations we had, to apocalyptic arguments, to that special feeling you get when you hop into bed fully aware that your feet are freezing but your partner doesn't kick you away.

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Remember Our Song: A Billionaire Romance 3.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
mary8808 More than 1 year ago
What would you do if you woke up in the hospital and didn't know the man sitting by your bed? This is a story about Bea and Jeremy, married a few year and while on vacation, he gets a call to come and fix a problem at work. he is a self made billionaire and flies his own helicopter. When the unthinkable happens. They are in an accident and Bea doesn't remember Jeremy or the last eight years. She thinks she is still 18 years old and on her on, no one is taking care of her. She is so independent and I wanted to reach into the story a shake her a few times. But when you learn her past and why she is the way she is, you will understand. While she moves to Seattle and away from Jeremy, he is falling apart. Can he help her remember? Will she realize that all he is saying is the truth of who she is? Will she finally remember before it is too late? This is a first for me by Emma South and I loved it. Can't wait to read Writing Our Song. 
DiiMI More than 1 year ago
A beautiful and rare time away from the responsibilities of running a financial empire and always being front page gossip news ends in disaster and the pain of losing the love of your life to amnesia. Both Jeremy and Bea become the victims of Bea’s memory loss. Eight years of her life are wiped out in an instant. She cannot remember her husband, their shared fairytale romance and devotion to each other. The last thing she can remember is being an outspoken seventeen-year-old, not the woman and wife she has become to a young billionaire. Can you imagine the chaos going on within to look at the man you have shared everything with and not even recognize the goodness within this powerful person? Can you imagine watching the woman who is your best friend, who you would give your life for, looking at you with suspicion, and sometimes distaste, but never with the eyes that always let you know you were her world? Needing to find herself and try to heal, Bea cannot be around Jeremy, resents his money and insists on moving on with her life, desperate to find the missing years, but willing to accept that she may never achieve that feat. The torment each feels, the experience each goes through, the pain they inflict, unintentionally on each other will rip your heart out. Is there a point when one or both will give up on ever re-kindling what they had? Will they each find a solution to end their struggles? Remember Our Song by Emma South is anything but a typical romance, it has a soul that is almost tangible to the touch. Ms. South has gone far beyond the norm by exposing the inner turmoil that Bea is feeling, everything from fear to loss to regret and even resentment. Why her? How will she start over? How will she cope with losing so much when she doesn’t even know what it is? As far as Jeremy, he is almost dream-like for much of this tale, never fully fleshed out until closer to the end when he becomes so painfully human and vulnerable. The satellite characters range from quirky to sweet and fill their roles so well. With touches of humor, love and determination that builds to the final scenes, I admit, my heart was racing, not knowing what to expect as the last pages unfolded. I actually had to re-read a few before I would allow myself to continue to the last page. Do yourself a favor, pick Remember Our Song and feel what I felt when I put myself in both Bea and Jeremy’s shoes.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I WAS SO TOUCHED BY THE STORY. I LOVED IT.
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Lady_Buggs More than 1 year ago
This was a decent story, but came across as a little inexperienced in the writing...a few missing words, grammatical things, etc. It wasn't enough to make me regret the purchase, or the time I spent reading the book. The concept was very good, but this story could've been out of the park with a little more time and fleshing out of the characters. For example, I never got a clear image in my mind what Jeremy looked like, other than he was tall, good looking, with washboard abs. Same goes for Bea's blonde hair. I'd love to see this written in third person and include Jeremy's POV. I'm also curious about Bea's mother and want to know why Bea was so determined to be independent. Perhaps those reasons will be explained in "Writing Our Song". The story did pick up at the end, giving me a little more drama and angst that I was looking for. I do plan to follow this author as I feel she has tremendous potential.
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