SynopsisIf you could do it all over again, would you still choose him? At age thirty-nine, Lucie Walker has no choice but to start her life over when she comes to, up to her knees in the chilly San Francisco Bay, with no idea how she got there or who she is. Her memory loss is caused by an emotional trauma she knows nothing about, and only when handsome, quiet Grady Goodall arrives at the hospital does she learn she has a home, a career, and a wedding just two months away. What went wrong? Grady seems to care for her, but Lucie is no more sure of him than she is of anything. As she collects the clues of her past self, she unlocks the mystery of what happened to her. The painful secrets she uncovers could hold the key to her future—if she trusts her heart enough to guide her.
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When I received this book in the mail, I was extremely excited to read it. The book is well written and has a plot like I never have read before. Very original and enjoyed it immensely. The story goes straight into Lucie losing her memory and is found in a place unknown. has no idea who she is and the ones she loves. Throughout this book her main plan is to find her past self. The one person that loves her most is Grady.
I am going to say this first, I love him. He is very patient, loving and calm. Exact opposite of who Lucie use to be. How can she keep her relationship going with a man that still loves her past self.
The life she lived before was what she strived to find out about. Even things that Lucie kept Grady from knowing. There are things from her childhood that are mouth dropping that I can't give anymore away!
I recommend this book to anyone that loves a great story. Believable characters that you feel you may know someone like them. I truly did love the new Lucie and Grady.
I rate this book a 4.4. Surprising ending!
About the Author
Jennie Shortridge has published five novels: Love Water Memory,When She Flew, Love and Biology at the Center of the Universe,Eating Heaven, and Riding with the Queen. When not writing, teaching writing workshops, or volunteering with kids, Jennie stays busy as a founding member of Seattle7Writers.org, a collective of Northwest authors devoted both to raising funds for community literacy projects and to raising awareness of Northwest literature.