Repeat

Repeat

by Kylie Scott

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BN ID: 2940161839942
Publisher: Kylie Scott
Publication date: 04/07/2019
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 1,281
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

New York Times and USA Today Best Selling Author - Kylie is a long time fan of love stories, rock n roll, and B-grade horror films. Based in Queensland, Australia, she reads, writes, and never dithers around on the internet.

You can learn more about Kylie at www.kyliescott.com.

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Repeat 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 13 reviews.
Anonymous 3 days ago
I enjoyed the story and characters
Anonymous 11 days ago
Enjoyed the characters and the whole story.
Anonymous 13 days ago
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Anonymous 15 days ago
Loved+it.+
Jennifer_e911 17 days ago
I've read books by this author before. I loved the Dive Bar series, as well as the Stage Dive series. But this book is on a whole different level. This book is one of those that make you think, "OMG what would I do if that happened?!?" It literally sent chills up and down my spine, as I read this story. It was so good, I read this book in one sitting, with no breaks. I could not put it down, for anything. What would you do if your entire past was erased, and nothing makes sense. How would you act if you know nothing about yourself; not your favorite color, your favorite food, or even how it feels to love someone. That is what Clementine is facing in her life. The victim of a horrific assault, she has amnesia, and is having to rebuild her life from nothing. But there are things about her past that she needs to know, to make the now successful. Things her sister is protecting her from. Mostly revolving around her ex, Ed, and their relationship. While this book was very thought provoking, it also had a sense of mystery to it, and was very much a second chance romance. While the book focused on Clem's journey to "find" who she is in this new incarnation of herself, there is also the romance aspect between her and Ed. I will say, there was still an undeniable connection between them, even when I thought there was absolutely no way on earth that they could make a go of it. I love romance, there is no denying that, but this book had enough action, enough drama, to pull me in and not let me go. It was definitely one I will recommend!
Anonymous 17 days ago
Great+story.
queenzany 17 days ago
Repeat is an outstanding imaginatively and sexy read that had me spellbound! Kylie Scott clearly outdid herself with her twist on a second chance romance. She broke these characters for you that that perfect mix of depth and soul. That just permeated off each and every word!! WOW!!!! Amazing!
amatate 18 days ago
I’m excited anytime this author releases something, but when I read the blurb for Repeat and realized just how unique the story would be, that excitement heightened. I first listened to the audiobook of Repeat back in January, and despite it being a rarity for me to revisit something I've just listened to/read within the last year, I couldn't pass up the opportunity to revisit these characters a second time. Repeat is more than your average second chance romance. The book explores the interesting premise of a former love suffering a traumatic injury that leads to amnesia, and the opportunity for a do over that event may provide for a couple. The characters were all well-developed and likable with many layer and flushed out histories. I appreciated that both characters acknowledged their flaws and strove to correct missteps. I also really liked Clementine’s way of approaching her memory loss. It was different and really interesting watching how she embraced both her past while choosing to move forward with her life; and her snark and gallows humor made it all the better. The romance and connection between Clementine and Ed simmered below the surface from the start, but the way it developed over the course of the story demonstrated the couple’s saying power while telling a wonderful and entertaining story. As is often the case with this author, Repeat boasted a smooth rhythm with plenty of fun banter to highlight the characters’ personalities. Honestly, there wasn’t much more I could ask for in a book by a long-time favorite author, and Repeat is certainly one I’d recommend. *eARC received via PA. The PA and author had no influence over this review*
Lisa_Loves_Literature 18 days ago
If you've followed me for awhile, you know that Kylie Scott is one of my favorite authors. That she wrote one of my top 3 book boyfriends of all-time, Mal Ericson, from Play. While I've loved everything I've read from her so far, her last book wasn't one that appealed to me, as I don't really care for the older man trope. I've not read a lot of amnesia stories either, but I knew that I wanted to give this one a try. And once again, I was hooked right away. I mean I had just started the audio and I already was at the point where I didn't want to get out of the car and go in to a family get together because it was so good! The story kept me wondering what exactly could be behind all the things that were happening to Clementine. I also wondered what in the world happened to cause her and Ed to break up, and we were kind of kept wondering about that for a while. In a good way, the way that would keep us listening and needing to go on to find out more. I had so many theories that kept me hoping the author wouldn't do what it seemed would happen. It was so addicting that I went home on my fourth day of listening in the car, and after work, I sat in my living room and listened to the last quarter of the book because I had to know. That is a good book to me!
JenPH 18 days ago
I had listened to Kylie Scott's Repeat when it was released as an Audible Original back in January, and I loved the combination of Scott's writing and Andi Arndt's narration. I know it may seem strange that I wanted to read a story that I was already familiar with, but I wanted to see if I would still enjoy it this second time around and through a different medium. I'm happy to say that this unique story about one woman discovering the new version of herself and rediscovering the love she had once let go of clicked with me the same way it did three months ago. Clementine Johns is one of those female main characters that you don't forget, and the love story she shares with Ed Larsen is a thought-provoking one. After all, what would you do if you lost your more recent memories, including those that involved and you created with the same man you loved and then decided to end things with? Repeat is the sort of story that makes you think about the opportunities that life tosses your way in one form or another. What would do with those second (or third or nth) chances? Will history repeat itself or do you make sure to not repeat mistakes made? I loved getting to know Clem post the attack as much as I did learning who she was before at the same time she was. She was an interesting main character, but I confess that Ed was the one I really fell for here. He wasn't perfect but it was his being flawed and vulnerable that made him easier to connect with. Aside from the romance, the mystery component in this novel completed the five-starred package that Repeat is. ♥
Sandy-thereadingcafe 18 days ago
REPEAT by Kylie Scott is a contemporary, adult, stand alone, erotic romance story line focusing on twenty-five year old Clementine Johns, and tattoo artist Ed Larsen. NOTE: REPEAT was originally released as an audio book before releasing in paper/ebook format. Told from first person point of view (Clementine Johns) REPEAT follows in the days and weeks following a vicious attack against our story line heroine, an attack that has left her with traumatic retrograde amnesia, leaving her with no memory of events, people or history. Not recognizing her own tattoo or the artist who drew it, our heroine is directed to a local tattoo shop where she will come face to face with a past she doesn’t remember. Enter tattoo artist Ed Larsen, and the man with whom Clementine was once in love. What ensues is the rekindling romance and relationship between Clem and Ed, and the potential fall-out as Ed struggles with what was and what will never be. Clementine Johns broke Ed Larsen’s heart but our heroine has no idea as to the who, what, how or why, only the bits and pieces of information fed to her by people she doesn’t remember including the man with whom she was once in love. Ed Larsen struggles to move on from the devastating break up that all but destroyed his faith in love but seeing Clementine Johns, a shell of her former self, broke something in our hero, something that forces Ed to reconsider his relationship, and the history, with our story line heroine. The relationship between Ed and Clementine is one of second chances but struggles in the face of past accusations and former behavior; a rekindling romance that focuses on the here and now, as our heroine is unable to remember anything about the past. The $ex scenes are intimate, erotic and passionate, without the use of over the top, sexually graphic language and text. We are introduced to Clementine’s sister, police officer Frances Johns, and Ed’s brother Leif Larsen, as well as Ed’s co-workers and employees: receptionist Shannon, and fellow artists Tessa and Nevin; and Clementine’s boss Iris. Here's hoping the author has plans for Leif, and Frances' story lines. REPEAT is a story of one woman’s struggle to overcome the past: the hatred and guilt that directly affect her ability to move forward, and the never ending battle to stop herself from falling in love with a man whose heart she broken. The premise is intriguing and entertaining; the romance is heart breaking and captivating; the characters are broken, colorful and energetic.
bbarneybooks28 18 days ago
Repeat is a fresh and intriguing second chance romance - one unlike most due to the reason for Clementine and Ed’s reunion and the deep heartache that must be worked through in order for them to truly find their way back to one another. But that process is made even more difficult given Clem’s memory loss and her inability to understand why she would ever want to give Ed up. There’s a lot for Clem to figure out when it comes to the missing pieces of her life, and while her memory isn’t functioning properly at this point, she must rely on her ex for answers and what she finds out complicates things exponentially and lends credence to the fact that what happened to her is not as random as things may appear to be. It’s clear that the ‘old’ Clementine broke Ed’s heart, so I can’t blame him for his less than inviting behavior with her unexpected visit, but what’s also more than obvious is just how deep Ed’s feelings go for Clementine, which means that despite his lukewarm treatment of her at the beginning of the story and their uncomfortable interactions, they have unfinished business when it comes to what went wrong between them and what that means for them moving forward and the idea that these two have a chance to fall in love all over again, readers can’t help but root for Ed and Clementine to find their way past the heartbreak, past the memory loss, and past the drama and strange events that are out of their control. I love how Kylie Scott allowed Clem to reinvent herself, offering her a blank canvas, in some ways, in order to figure out what this ‘new’ version of her likes in terms of clothing, food, and even people, and while it may be more difficult for Ed to forget what Clem put him through, Clem 2.0 still owns his heart and he still wants her in his life, and that’s never been clearer than when she needs him to not only fill in the pieces of her memory but also protect her from the unexplained things that are occurring. Clem and Ed’s story is one of self-discovery and reinvention…it’s about trying to mesh the old version of someone with the new version that is still in construction…it’s about trust…about friendship, and it’s about finding a way not to repeat the mistakes of the past in order to have another chance at forever. 4.5 Poison Apples
AT_202 18 days ago
4.5 stars This book is very different from the other books that I have read from this author and it was amazing! Repeat is a novel that I continued to think about for days after I finished reading it and is a different take on a second chance romance. For starters, the heroine, Clem has amnesia and doesn’t remember the important people in her life. This means she doesn’t remember Ed or why they broke up. With her frontal lobe injury, she has lost her filter and I love how she just says what is on her mind. She is a great heroine. She is strong and resilient - to have survived a vicious attack and how she tries to get on with her life. Ed deeply loved Clem when she broke his heart. He is such a sweetheart. Even though she crushed his heart, he is still super protective of her and clearly cares about her. One cannot help, but love him. This fast-paced book kept me entertained into the very end. I wanted to know why they broke up. I wanted to know if her attack was an isolated incident or if she was targeted and if so, why. Repeat was a beautifully written book that has wonderful characters that you find yourself cheering on all while experiencing a bit of intrigue and suspense. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I am looking forward to more of this author’s books. I received Repeat for free.