Remember the Time: A Loveswept Classic Romance

Remember the Time: A Loveswept Classic Romance

by Annette Reynolds
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Remember the Time 3.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 11 reviews.
Balina More than 1 year ago
Loved this book. it was beautifully written. An excellent summer read
GoLoTu More than 1 year ago
A well written story with believable characters and a reasonable plot line. Some may find it a bit angst ridden but the story doesn't get bogged down with it. Potential for follow-up stories exists and looking at the original publication date, it's too bad the author didn't take advantage of that.
lois linde More than 1 year ago
Loved it. A little bite long but would read again.
Jutzie More than 1 year ago
Remember the Time by Annette Reynolds eISBN-978-0-307-79875-6 Paul Armstrong & Michael Fitzgerald had been best friends since the third grade. They had a rule that if one of them liked a girl the other would leave her be. That was until Katie Moran entered their lives. They were both goners. But Paul always got what he wanted and he wanted Kate. Paul makes it to Major League baseball and soon after he marries Kate. Mike is always there as Kate's best friend. Time passes and when Paul and Kate find out she will never be able to have children they grow apart as Paul always wanted a son, especially after he made the big leagues. Kate finds out about the women he is with while on the road trips but sticks with. Kate is always able to talk and confide in Mike and he never stops loving her. Mike has failed relationships and a failed marriage because his heart is always committed to the one woman he can never have and he never tells Kate how he feels about her. During Spring Training Paul and his friend Mitch borrow a jeep and go to the washes** to collect rocks for Mitch's daughter. Paul has been rethinking his life. He has a secret that he decided to bring to the open and he is going to make things right with Kate. And then the storm hits. Paul is able to save Mitch but as he goes back to his jeep to get his wallet and look at the picture inside, a boulder hits the soft jeep roof and he dies. Kate almost dies that day as well. She turns to drinking and away from friends. Finally after almost three years she gets pulled out of her deadened state when Mike tells her he is in love with her, and she realizes maybe she has loved him as well. There are so many things between them. A secret comes out, Paul still stands between them even in death, a betrayal from a friend and other situations. This is not your normal romance as situations are sometimes darker where it surrounds Paul. Kate starts seeing his human faults and betrayals years after his death. One man has touched many lives and not always in a positive way. *Contains language and sexual situations Book received through NetGalley for review **Washes are deep rock filled ravines. They are pretty wide in some places. When it rains up in the mountains these washes quickly fill with fast moving water. In 1995 Arizona passed a law called "The Arizona Stupid Motorist Law". It is illegal to drive through the washes when there is water as it becomes dangerous for those who have to be rescued as well as the rescuers. In this story there was not water in the ravine but a storm came and caused the rushing water while they were in a wash.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Kate married baseball player Paul, story of her marriage from high school and the reality of his infidelity and his death. How she totally shuts down then slowly decides to live again. This story made me sad then mad at Kate. Eventually she figures out how selfish Paul was with the help of Mike and the secrect Paul was keeping from everyone! 346 pages
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Long, drawn out. Slow. I couldn't get interested in this book at all.
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gcPA More than 1 year ago
I think this is my favorite book of all time. I own it and will never get rid of it.