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The fiery new romance from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author L.A. Casey - can Noah unlock her memories...and find true love?
When Noah Ainsley wakes up in a hospital room with no recollection of how she got there, all she knows is that she needs to see Elliot, the love of her life. Then she learns the horrifying truth: her short-term memory has been destroyed by a car accident. She and Elliot broke up five years ago. And now she's married to Anderson, a man she doesn’t even recognize.
In an instant Noah’s world is turned on its head. All she wants is Elliot by her side, but it’s clear Anderson is hurt by her rejection. Can she really have fallen in love with this stranger? Nothing makes sense - and when even Elliot refuses to answer her questions, Noah is left feeling all alone.
But as her memories slowly return, Noah begins to wonder if she’s been wrong to shut Anderson out - and wrong to put all her trust in Elliot. The ex she loves and the husband she doesn’t remember hold the keys to her past. And when the truth is finally revealed, which future will Noah’s heart choose?
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I loved this book, it was intense and engaging I couldn’t stop listening.
Noah is in a horrible accident and the doctor doesn’t want her to know too much because what she remembers isn’t the present and when she tries to it only hurts her.
So her family and friends do as the doctor says but when weeks go by and she wants no needs to know more it’s not easy to give the truth. Because the truth hurts in more ways than one.
I don’t know that I agree with some of it, because it felt too cookie cutter for some parts but I didn’t really care I just enjoyed the book.
Fantastic book. LOVED the narration I will be looking for more books with these narrators.
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This was a crazy read. Predictable, but still entertaining. I enjoyed it and liked the characters. Great escape from reality for a while!
- 🖤 Nanda 🖤 Dream Books Club 🖤
It was good, but not great.
This book was different of what I expected, and definitely different from other books that I've read by this author... Well, except for the Irish guy and slangs... That wasn't new to me on her stories.
I haven't read lots of amnesia's books, so I was curious about this one.
It was interesting to see how it evolved, but it was much more closer to the drama side than anything else, including romance.
Yes, she wakes up from her coma after a car accident forgetting her past 5 years, including her husband.
She thinks she's 5 years younger and still dating and very much in love with her ex boyfriend... AKA: the hot firefighter who never forgot the one who got away.
Almost the whole book happens in the hospital, and although it may sound boring, it was really addicting to see the tangled mess been untangled one knot at time.
There wasn't much mystery around what happened to Noah or who was to blame for, so I guess it was just okay.
Predictable but still interesting.
🎧 About the Audiobook Narration 🎧
It took me a hot minute to get used to a British female narrator and an Irish male narrator... It was weird and I didn't liked their accents, but i guess that makes sense since that's what the characters are... British and Irish.
Not my favorite audiobook though.
A little sluggish
LA Casey novels are generally heavy - lots of angst, full of the heaviest drama of life - but usually quite interesting. This book was interesting but is it possible for there to be too much description? Apparently, yes. This is the downside of listening as opposed to reading; you're forced to listen for 5 minutes about why Noah wanted to go out, with such riveting details as picking up her phone, putting on her coat, stepping into the hall, breathing (seriously?!) and such. some things don't need describing in such minutia and this book had entirely too much minutia. The story was genuinely interesting and the narration was excellent so I don't regret the listen. in the end, this would've been better reading than listening because sometimes ut'a more enjoyable to skim or skip the dull parts.