see the world as it was a fraction of a second ago. Maybe a slight change from
a passing breeze, but you are still in the same place, unmoving and unchanged.
You don’t expect to be somewhere else where the faces are unfamiliar. Where you
are unfamiliar. With one blink I had no family, no home, no name, and no
past. I was alone, until I met the Reilly brothers. They gave me purpose again.
A reason to trust. A reason to love. A reason to rebuild a life full of
forgotten memories. Together, they would try to rewrite my history.
What an amazing mix of emotion and suspense in this NA novel from Dani Hart!
This review will be rather short as too much information will give away the mystery. Freckles is a woman who wakes up in the hospital with a case of anmesia. She doesn’t know who she is, where she came from or what happened to get her there. She meets Grady, a hospital volunteer, who befriends her and when she is released from the hospital, Grady is there to help with a place to live and friendship. She moves in to Grady’s house and meets her new, next door neighbor Brandt. Brandt and Freckles have instant chemistry. However, things change when Freckles’s memories return.
The book is all up in Feelsville. I loved Freckles’s character. Despite what she has been through she is strong. However, when she fell apart as the memories returned, I was gutted. Do not read with out tissues near by. Grady and Brandt were good characters, but I wasn’t always sure how I felt about them. However, in the end, things ended as they should with a sweet HEA.
Lots of ups and downs in this great book! An interesting story based on real events, you will definitely feel all the feels in this book.
touch my soul when I need it the most, whether through reading or writing. My
love for writing started as most little girl’s with a diary. It evolved into a
big girl journal and then transformed into a notebook of poetry during the dark
days of high school. I followed my dream to USC (University of Southern
California) to study theatre, creative writing, and screenwriting. Finally, I
understood how to take the stories in my head and commit them to paper. I was
fortunate enough to sell my first professional script during college and have
been writing ever since. In 2013 I took to self-publishing. I realized quickly that
my passion resonated across many genres, so currently I have published young adult,
fantasy, paranormal, dystopian, new adult, and women’s fiction. With both of my
kids in school full-time now I am able to immerse myself in my passion more and
when I’m not writing I’m enjoying the short time I have with my babies and my