The Memory House

The Memory House

by Rachel Hauck

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ISBN-13: 9780310350965
Publisher: Nelson, Thomas, Inc.
Publication date: 04/02/2019
Pages: 384
Sales rank: 28,946
Product dimensions: 5.40(w) x 8.30(h) x 1.10(d)

About the Author

Rachel Hauck is the New York Times, Wall Street Journal, and USA TODAY bestselling author of The Wedding Dress, which was also named Inspirational Novel of the Year by Romantic Times and was a RITA finalist. Rachel lives in central Florida with her husband and pet and writes from her ivory tower. Visit her online at RachelHauck.com; Facebook: RachelHauck; Twitter: @RachelHauck; Instagram: @rachelhauck.

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The Memory House 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 56 reviews.
WildflowerMom 20 days ago
“Who said love had to be easy?” A dual timeline story with unique characters, complex relationships and hope beyond tragedy. Love triumphs in the end in the broken lives of Everleigh and Beck, through the power of forgiveness and faith. This story brings forth the truth that, "God has a way of taking the worst situation and turning it for good.” Hope from the prayers and encouragement of others brings help and healing to both main characters' stories. Bruno's life also illustrates this when he reaches out to a young man in need of a hand up. "Just think how the world would be if everyone gave a hand up to someone else." Everleigh's story was heartbreaking, yet I enjoyed her character the most. She had the most to overcome it seemed, and though her faith was weak at times, it remained constant throughout her life, and became a source of help for others, with an enduring legacy. I found her story the most interesting and inspiring; it kept me reading on to figure out all of the connections. She learned to love others well. "Funny thing about love, real love— it filled every soul with courage." Readers who enjoy stories with flawed characters, elements of faith and romance will probably like this book. (I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson through NetGalley. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.)
Cheri5 25 days ago
The Memory House by Rachel Hauck was an amazing book. I loved how it traveled back and forth between time periods and characters, intersecting them all in a way that made me fall in love with each of them – fallacies, imperfections and all. I loved how even the “villains” (term used loosely) were shown in such a way as to make my heart bleed for the choices they made and the mistakes they had to live with. I loved the depth of the characters – I truly fell in love with all of them, and I think Beetle Boo was my ultimate favorite. So many people lost so much in this book; yet they all seemed to find what was important in the end … or were working toward that future by the close of the book. I wasn’t ready to say goodbye when I closed the final page. This book was like a great cup of coffee – meant to be savored long after taking the final sip. I received a copy of this book from the publisher and was under no obligation to post a review. All opinions were strictly my own.
Windi 10 hours ago
Rachel Hauck weaves a complexly beautiful story that draws the reader into it's tapestry of story with ease and intrigue. I've wanted to read another Rachel Hauck book since I read "The Wedding Dress", and now I am not sure what took me so long! She is quickly rising to my "have to read" list of authors. The Memory House is a story of love on so many different levels and seamlessly merges the threads of two parallel story lines, and all of their characters to create an intricate piece of art worthy of any reader's bookshelf. Rachel allows her readers to get to know each character in depth, enabling the reader to understand the complexities of each of their personalities and histories, and how their stories intertwine at just the right pace. If you enjoy real life stories about people who are much like those you interact with everyday; if you enjoy stories of love sprinkled with just enough salt to make it palatable and mixed with whimsy and intrigue; then it is this reader's opinion that you will thoroughly enjoy The Memory House and other books written by Rachel Hauck. I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are absolutely and completely my own. Thank you to Thomas Nelson, Harper Collins, NetGalley, and Rachel Hauck for this opportunity to read and review another great book by this author.
HeidiMain 24 hours ago
Wounded yet likable characters, snappy dialogue, and the plot ~ oh the plot. The Memory House is my personal favorite of Rachel Hauck's novels to date. This novel was nearly impossible to put down as the author expertly wove secrets and truths throughout, creating a mega page-turner. I loved the theme of second-chances.
DKStevens119 1 days ago
This story tells of a young lady who lost  her father  in the North Tower on 9/11 and all memories of him in selective amnesia. When she inherits a house in Florida from a lady she has no memories of, she begins a new life and slowly regains memories connected with  this house she visited with her father on summer vacations. The Memory House brings out memories and secrets that change lives of these struggling characters bringing answers from the past and healing. I was gifted a copy, no review was required. My review is voluntary.
DKStevens119 1 days ago
This story tells of a young lady who lost  her father  in the North Tower on 9/11 and all memories of him in selective amnesia. When she inherits a house in Florida from a lady she has no memories of, she begins a new life and slowly regains memories connected with  this house she visited with her father on summer vacations. The Memory House brings out memories and secrets that change lives of these struggling characters bringing answers from the past and healing. I was gifted a copy, no review was required. My review is voluntary.
ecclecticnurse 2 days ago
The Memory House is an I-can't-put-this-down gem from Rachel Hauck. The imagery draws you in and then the tangled relationships of love and family hook you until the last page is turned. Rachel makes you feel like part of the family in this book. This is a feel good read that I would highly recommend. I received an ARC to read and give an honest review. All comments are my own.
Anonymous 3 days ago
Love is never easy. This book is a compelling and most captivating story of love, hope, courage and persistence it takes you on an emotional Journey from one era into another. The realistic characters make the reader feel a part of the story itself. Rachel Hauck is a Christian Author that can identify with any reader. It's an absolute must read for those who read. You will not want to put this book down until you have finished it. Hands down one of the best books I've ever read.
MelissaF 4 days ago
Rachel is a master storyteller and this book is just more proof of that. She holds nothing back in this latest release. She shows us broken characters that desperately need redemption that can only come from the Savior. Beck is a bit tough to like at first, she is so hard on the outside but her tenderness we see early on helps take some of that edge away. Bruno is trying to build his life back up and find himself in the mess that comes after a job lose. Bring these two together, with Beck not even remembering Bruno, and it makes for an engrossing read. A copy of this book was given to me. All opinions are my own.
MollyzReviewz 5 days ago
When I pick up a Rachel Hauck novel, I don’t have to wonder if I’ll like it, or if it will be one that I will put down and walk away from. Because, when I read a novel by this phenomenally fantastic author, I will love it and I will most certainly not walk away from the novel. In fact, I always read a Hauck novel in less than 48 hours. The Memory House is a moving and captivating story. It’s chiseled magnificently and really makes the reader feel as if they are the heart of the story. It’s told in trademark Hauck style of dual timelines, but is still absolutely gripping. Each page turn tells more of Beck and Everleigh’s stories, and each turn of the page, opens the readers eyes just a little more. Having been through hard times in life, I sometimes find myself questioning God, and wondering if anything good will come of my situations. Then, with a little faith and hope, He shows me that nothing is for naught, and everything will be just fine, even if it feels like the end. Beck and Everleigh, both dealt heartache and pain in their lives, blossomed for me and I saw a little bit of myself in each of them. This story is filled with love, hope, faith, and heartache. This story is filled with beautiful souls, and a plot line that will leave you wanting more from this fantabulous author. From start to finish, you’ll fall more and more in love with these tender characters. You’ll feel the messages surround you, and you’ll hear God whispering throughout. Don’t waste another minute without grabbing this book. If you’ve never read a Hauck novel before you’ll be a fan for life. If you’re a current fan, you’ll find yourself lost in another amazing novel by Hauck. Definitely worthy of 4 stars, two thumbs and hats off. I can’t wait to share this novel with my friends and family. *I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson and was under no obligation to post a review, positive or negative.*
More_Than_A_Review 7 days ago
The Memory House by Rachel Hauck is a well plotted novel that I enjoyed from start to finish. I had not read the back cover. Rachel is one of those authors I will read without the need to read the book description. So I was not prepared for Everleigh’s disaster as others may have been. I loved her character and connected with her through her struggles to live again. Don was perfect for her. “Perfect love drives out fear”. Beck was a NY copy with serious issues. I really was not sure how Rachel was going to work through all of Beck’s issues. She gets suspended from her job. She has a major situation in her personal life to deal with. On top of all of that, she cannot remember anything regarding her dad after he died on 9/11. She inherits the house on Memory Lane and meets Bruno from her childhood. She and Bruno are a very cute couple. He has memories of them from when they were kids hanging out every summer at Ms Everleigh’s house. He wanted to marry her when he was 14. Rachel is a master storyteller and excels at blending two stories together. Everleigh and Beck’s stories were stories of overcoming their pasts and being willing to love again. Rachel adds small details that flow between the stories that make them so special; for example the Studebaker. I highly recommend The Memory House. Sexual content – no details but you are aware that someone had sex outside of marriage. Violence – her dad dies in 9/11 and she hits a suspect I received this book from publisher/author and was not required to write a positive review. You can see my full review at More Than a Review dot com where I rate the level of sex, violence, language and drug/alcohol use in books.
grammy57 7 days ago
I asked, through netgalley.com, to read and review this book. I was granted an ebook to do that and this is my own review. I do not give a synopsis of the book, you can read that on the cover, etc. I will tell you what I thought about the book. First, it was an interesting concept, but not executed in the best manner. I enjoyed reading the book but it was not the kind that you "can't put down". It jumped back and forth between one group in the late 50s and early 60s to another group in the early 2000s. That was ok, but there were some things I felt could have been left out. The characters were quite well developed and were interesting in general. The story in part was believable but other parts were hard to believe. What brought my rating down was the need for more editing. There were several times that the words were wrong or mixed up. It is harder for me to enjoy a book that has so many errors. I double checked and it did not say it was an advanced readers copy. If it had not been finalized I probably wouldn't mention this. Overall, I give it 3 stars out of 5. I would recommend it to anyone that likes a novel. It is a Christian book, but not at all preachy. It does have some Bible verses but the characters in the book are not all Christians. It is a good, clean read.
SusanKC 7 days ago
Rachel Hauck has written a beautiful story about two women, separated by 50 years, who are simply stuck years later unable to move forward from their tragic losses that have left its indelible mark upon their lives. Hauck has expertly crafted two separate stories of two couples that will each garner the reader's interest as it is told from the different points of view of Everleigh, Don, Beck and Bruno. Usually I enjoy the heroines' stories the most, but I was just as interested in Don's and Bruno's individual stories as well. I attribute that to Ms. Hauck's skillful ability as a storyteller. The memory house is the thread that unites the two women. I love the way their separate stories are brought together in the end. This is a wonderful story of healing, forgiveness, faith, hope and love. A couple of my favorite quotes: "Funny thing about love, real love-it filled every soul with courage." "What could she not accomplish if she let faith overcome her fear? Why had she ever been so locked down? So chained to the past?" "Family is whoever fits into your heart." I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book from the author/publisher through CelebrateLit. I was not required to write a review. All opinions expressed are my own.
Anonymous 7 days ago
Loved this beautiful and intriguing story! The author does a wonderful job of weaving together 2 fascinating storylines separated by decades. You will not be disappointed!
ARS8 8 days ago
What a memorable read The Memory House is. This is another time slip novel between two women, Everleigh Applegate who had been a grandmotherly figure to Beck Holiday. When Everleigh dies, she leaves her home and monies to Beck. Beck does not know why nor does she remember Everleigh since Beck suffers from selective amnesia since her father died 18 years ago in 9/11. There are times when people make mistakes that end up with monstrous reverberations that affect everyone involved and add responsibilities one may not have been prepared for. This is what has happened to Beck, a NYPD officer, who after one drunken mistake has changed her life and not for the better. After a rather eventful arrest, Beck is suspended and decides to check out the inheritance she was left by Everleigh in Florida and maybe find out why. There she rekindles a friendship and a possible relationship with her childhood friend, Brock, even though she has no memory of him. As long deep memories begin to resurface, I found it interesting that Beck thinks the house is haunted instead of her remembering and I enjoyed the cute and funny banter between Beck and Brock. We are also given Everleigh’s story and shown her happiness at being newlywed and expecting her first baby. However, Everleigh’s life takes a terrible turn and she loses everything she holds dear. Letting herself go and just walking through life barely there, she meets up with an old school friend Don, who awakens the beginnings of new dreams and hopes in her. Both women have things in common and both had a lot to live for, they just need a little push from two knights in shining armor to show them their worth. I also liked that we got the story from the guys’ perspectives as well. Author Hauck did not disappoint with this story filled with second chances, love, and memorable characters. I received a copy of this novel from the publisher. I was not required to post a positive review and all views and opinions are my own.
poodlelover 9 days ago
After reading The Memory House I wanted to move in! Separated by fifty years two women each face a different set of circumstances that will test their faith. Author Rachel Hauck does an excellent job with the dual timeline tying it all neatly together. What are the secrets within the walls of the special Victorian house known as The Memory House? You will laugh and cry with Everleigh, Don, Beck, and Bruno so keep the tissues handy. A favorite quote from the book is, “It is perfect love that drives out all fear.” This was a lesson the characters had to learn and it’s a lesson we would all do well to learn. A well-written story embracing the power of love, faith, and inspiration. Do not miss this! I received an Advance Reader’s Copy from the publisher. The opinions are my own.
Faye_reviews 9 days ago
Decades apart Everleigh and Beck are two young women who spend time in the Victorian house that holds so many memories. Beck struggles to remember her father who died when the North Tower fell during 9/11, while Everleigh holds onto the past at the risk of rejecting a second chance. Bruno is a sports agent, struggling to keep his clients as he blazes a new path with his own agency. He is a good listener, and helps Beck sort out her past. Don falls for Everleigh the instant he sees her, he is struggling to cut his own path apart from the paved road that his father has marked out for him down to the girl that he is to marry. At times a hard read, because of the heartbreak, but intriguing with the mysteries of Beck and Everleigh's past kept me coming back, as I tried to figure out their connection. This book explores family, love, loss, with a compelling mystery. I liked how their journeys shaped their faith, as they learned to trust God with the future and the past. Overall, a compelling read that shows how God can take our messes, through the ups and downs and use them for His glory. I received a complimentary copy of this book from the publisher. Opinions are my own.
Nicole_C 9 days ago
Rachel Hauck is a master at writing time-slip (dual timeline) novels that seamlessly weave together the historical and contemporary storylines with twists and turns along the way that the readers do not expect. In her latest novel The Memory House, Rachel Hauck does not disappoint. In the contemporary storyline, readers are introduced to New York City cop Beck Holiday, who is still dealing with her father’s death on 9/11 and her resulting loss of memories of him. Beck discovers that she has inherited a house known as The Memory House in Florida from Everleigh Callahan, a woman she doesn’t remember. While visiting Florida, she reconnects with childhood friend Bruno Endicott, who has been in love with Beck since they were teenagers. About fifty years earlier, newly married Everleigh Applegate suddenly becomes a widow after a deadly tornado strikes. Can her old friend Don Callahan give her a second chance at love and help her find a purpose in her life? Rachel Hauck handles difficult topics in both storylines with grace and understanding, such as infidelity, pregnancy outside of marriage, adoption, and the unexpected death of loved ones. Even though they grew up in two very different decades, Beck and Everleigh have many similarities throughout their lives. Much like in real life, the characters deal with their mistakes and grief in different ways. Many readers will be able to relate to the struggles that these women faced and the uncertainty about their futures. Readers who have never experienced situations like those in the novel and even readers who may not agree with some of the characters’ decisions will still be rooting for the characters to get their happy ending. This is a story of family, faith, enduring love, and forgiveness. The Memory House is highly recommended for fans of contemporary and historical fiction, and readers who enjoy time-slip novels by authors such as Melanie Dobson, Heidi Chiavaroli, and Sarah Monzon. I received a complimentary copy of this book from Thomas Nelson and was not required to write a positive review. All opinions expressed are mine.
KayleesKindofWrites 10 days ago
My Review: Genre: Historical/Contemporary, romance, Christian fiction. My Rating: 5 stars. My Recommendation: 16 up for romance and warnings below. My Favorite Character/s: Hmm, for the contemporary side of the story my favorite character was likely Bruno, he was interesting to read about. I’ve never read a story with a sports agent as a lead character and it was cool seeing what he did. My Verse for Bruno is Mark 9:23 Jesus said unto him, If thou canst believe, all things are possible to him that believeth. (King James Version.) For the historical part of the book, my favorite character was, Everleigh, I enjoyed seeing how she changed through the story. From a newlywed young woman to a matured widow, learning to love and trust while still keeping her heart safe. My Verse for Everleigh is Philippians 4:4 Rejoice in the Lord always: and again I say, Rejoice. (King James Version.) My Thoughts: This book started differently than I expected … I’m not sure what I expected honestly. But this? It was higher than my expectations! I’ve never yet had the pleasure of reading a book by Rachal Hauck until this one landed in my hands. I saw a review on one of Hauck’s other works but I never got around to check it out … now I wish I had since this is one of the best books I’ve read. Warnings: An unwed pregnancy. Disclosure of Material Connection: I received this book free from the publisher through the BookLook Bloggers book review bloggers program as well as the author/publisher. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255 : “Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.”
millstreetreader 10 days ago
New York City police officer Beck Holiday is at a crisis point when she receives a letter from an unknown Florida lawyer. She's just received a four week suspension (just read the first few pages and you'll know why) and she's yet to face an even more serious "bump" in her life. The letter and the news within provide a place she can escape to while she re-evaluates her future. Yes, THE MEMORY HOUSE is another of those person-in-distress suddenly receives an inheritance from a virtual stranger (often a distant relative) that we've all read or watched on Hallmark movies. But let's face it, there are only so many basic plots, and talented author Rachel Hauck does a superb job in making this time-worn plot blossom into a fresh, compelling read. Thirty-something year old Beck was just a teenager when her police officer father perished in the 9/11 horror, and ever since she has had what mental health counselors call selective amnesia. Almost all memories of her father are gone, and with them most memories of the childhood things she did with him -- like their annual, lengthy vacations to the same Florida community. So when she shows up to claim her inheritance, she does not recognize Bruno Endicott, a determined sports agent, who boasts that Beck was his first kiss back when they were fourteen. While Bruno seems ready to carry on the first crush, Beck has no memories of him or the sweet older lady Everleigh Applegate who left Beck the huge home on Memory Lane. While Beck settles into her new dwelling, readers (through a series of flashbacks) learn Everleigh's own story of love, profound loss, and new life. Here is where Rachel Hauck's skill shines the most as she describes what I will call "The Texas Years." I started this book Tuesday morning thinking I would be rushed to finish it before Friday when I planned to post a blog entry. It's a busy week for me and I don't have much time to read. But Rachel Hauck had other plans for me, and with a bit of free time yesterday evening, I finished the book before 9 p.m. I recommend this title especially to young adults looking for a romance with a bit more to the story. I received an advanced readers' copy of this title. All opinions in this review are mine.
susanwalkergirl 11 days ago
I love finding authors whose work is new to me and when they are good it’s like finding a treasure trove. The Memory House is the first book I’ve read by Rachel Hauck and I very much enjoyed it. What does NYPD Sergeant, Beck Holiday, have in common with the lovely bride, Everleigh Applegate, from Waco Texas in the 1950’s? How will their lives intersect? Can wounds that were suffered and emotional scars be healed? Or is life as they know it over? Will hope one day return? Will there be another chance for happiness? Can you rebuild a friendship with a friend who doesn’t remember the past? Will the men in their lives, Bruno Endicott and Don Callahan, persevere in winning their hearts? Will they find what it takes to overcome their career challenges? What I liked best about this book were the characters, and though their lives were very different from one another, their lives shared some common themes. I found the characters and their struggles very relatable. It was interesting learning about the career of a sports agent. I also enjoyed learning a little bit of Texas history. I confess at first, I found Beck Holiday kind of hard to understand and like. She rubbed me the wrong way with her crummy attitude and lack of communication. But over time, as more about her character’s background was revealed I came to understand and even like her. I found myself frustrated with Everleigh and her inability or unwillingness to make changes and get her life back. I almost felt suffocated by the grief she wallowed in, but then I realized that perhaps the character felt suffocated too. I wish that some of the main characters had a strong Christian faith and that it had been woven into the storyline. Some of the background characters were Christians and I especially appreciated Gaynor and her display of grace and forgiveness. Overall, I liked The Memory House and recommend it. Author Rachel Hauck has a way of drawing a reader into the lives of her characters and making their world come alive. I think it must be challenging for an author to write about two timelines and two sets of characters. But Rachel did a wonderful job and it was easy to switch back and forth between the timelines. The Memory House is a place I would like to visit. I would like to thank Thomas Nelson Publishers and Audra Jennings for the opportunity to read The Memory House in exchange for an honest review. I was under no obligation to give a favorable review.
Anonymous 11 days ago
I have been a fan of Rachel's books for quite some time now; ever since I read The Wedding Dress. So, I was definitely looking forward to reading this book. I was not disappointed. The book drew me in from the first chapter! I could so picture myself as Beck Holiday, tough on the outside, yet alone and vulnerable on the inside, longing for something more, making a "one time" mistake she could regret for a lifetime. Or I could picture myself as Bruno Endicott, striving and working hard for achievement, only to find that someone else succeeded because of you and you were left high and dry, trying to pick up the pieces and start over. As their stories connect, and weave together, we get a picture of how God uses people and their lives to heal and change us. God brings good from tragedies, faith, healing and hope. I think that is always my favorite things about Rachel's writing - the fact that she knows how to weave God's love, grace, and so much more into her stories, always pointing us to Him. But she does it so subtly, that it doesn't come across as preachy, it just flows smoothly into the pages until you arrive at the end and the whole picture presents itself clearly. I highly recommend this book, as well as, Rachel's other books! She is an amazing author. I was blessed with a copy of this book through Read with Audra and the publisher. All opinions are my own, I was not required to write a positive review.
Deana0326 11 days ago
It's hard for me to write this review without crying. The story is a time slip which gives readers a glimpse into the past where tragedy awaits for one and in the present pain . The two main women in the story deliver a sweeping tale of loss, forgiveness and hope. Beck is a strong willed woman who is a NYPD cop. She loves her job and has followed in her dad's footsteps. She is a cop who goes by the book, but one night she snaps and is suspended for four weeks. Beck is angry with herself for losing her cool, but maybe God has a plan for her. Beck has no memory of her dad since he died on 9/11. There is a secret Beck is keeping which will change her life. Will she make the right decision? I don't want to leave out the dog in the story or the mysterious Joshua Christian. They each represent something precious and hopeful . I loved how the author connected Beck and Everleigh and it brings them back together after many years through a letter Beck receives. Everleigh is a wonderful character who loves her husband Rhett. They have big plans for a house and with a baby on the way their happiness is overflowing. It is 1953 and Everleigh finds herself alone when a storm comes. She prays her husband will come soon and protect her. When someone opens the cellar door hours later, all her dreams are shattered. I could feel her pain and wanted to give her a hug. Her character is so well written that I wanted to be her friend. She can't let herself be happy and soon becomes a shell of herself. As you read the story you discover the ties that The Memory House has between Beck and Everleigh. The author breathes life into the story with emotions that are realistic and heart wrenching moments that will forever be felt. It's important to mention Don and Bruno because they each will play a part in helping these two women face their past and help them heal. They are strong men who love God and trust Him to give them strength to stand beside their women who they love. It's a love story that takes two women who are years apart and drops them into a house filled with memories as they seek healing. The author has once again written a story that spans over years but brings two people memories they will cherish and along the way love that will last a lifetime. I received an Advanced Copy of this book from the author and Read With Audra Book Tours. The review is my own opinion.
Phyllis_H 11 days ago
She couldn't remember. He couldn't forget. My rating is 4.5 stars Beck's story made me squirm a bit. She was a tough cop who was passionate about her job and yet she made some choices that were less than admirable. Though I don't fault the author for giving her such a past, for without it, the story of her redemption couldn't be told. Beck's selective amnesia regarding anything related to her father meant missing out on memories from most of her first fourteen years of life, including her friendship with the charming Bruno. When they were reunited through her strange inheritance, he set out to help her remember. His obsession with ""antique"" cell phones was quite amusing. I enjoyed the way the stories of the two ladies from different decades intertwined and impacted one another. The similarities of their fear of allowing love into their lives were touching. I especially loved the way the men in their lives fell in love with the women so quickly and completely and therefore were determined to break down their defenses! The Memory House is a lovely story of grief, guilt, forgiveness, and second chances. There are some adult themes which I would not recommend for a younger audience, however, the story is certainly a clean one. Read with a Preview at AmongTheReads.net I was given a copy of this book. I was not required to give a favorable review nor was any money received for this review. All comments and opinions are my own.
BrittanyMc 11 days ago
The Memory House was absolutely captivating! I loved both stories in this dual timeline novel equally. I felt such deep emotions for the main characters, that at times I was unsure if I could handle the various heartaches that came their way. However, I had to keep reading…I couldn’t stop myself! And I am so glad I did. Both Beck and Everleigh’s journeys were full of times of heartache as well as joy. And Beck, Bruno, and Everleigh all learned so much about faith, forgiveness, and a loving God who is there waiting with open arms. This is my favorite dual timeline book that this author has written. It’s tender story will remain with me for a long time. I received a complimentary copy of this book. All opinions are my own.