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Detective Natasha Foster will put her job on the line to prove her gut feeling is dead-on.

When Detective Foster responds to the scene of a crash, she finds the female passenger dead, a bag full of money in the back seat and a body in the trunk. It is only when the driver, whom she nicknames Jay, wakes up with no memory that she must go with her instincts and continue the investigation in a way that was never taught.

Jay finds himself lost, but drawn to the beautiful detective who steps above and beyond the call of duty. His need to know if he was a victim or the criminal pushes him to try and recall what happened and who he is. With the pull of a trigger, Jay's memory will suddenly return and with it, the terrible truth.

©2014 Stacy Eaton (P)2020 Stacy Eaton

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This romantic, mystery, suspense, thriller has a strong female presence which was refreshing, so different from the macho male characters we have become accustomed to.
I was a little disappointed with Rebecca’s narration, inflection wasn’t quite right, but it was do able.

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Excellent storyline

I really enjoyed this book. It was nice seeing a leading lady that can kick some serious butt. It’s a refreshing change for the guy to be the one that needs saving. Brilliant performance from Rebecca.
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A brilliant story had me from page 1

Really loved this book will have to look for more by the author narration was very good

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Good story!💜

This book grabbed me right from the beginning and I found it to be intriguing and although the romance aspect of it moved a little fast imo, I did enjoy the suspense.
The narration was pretty good but I had a little trouble distinguishing between the characters.
I recommend this book.

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Very good experience!

The narrator is quite good.
Nice story, easy to follow.
I would have preferred if there weren't so many repetitions of the same lines.
But nevertheless it's a lovely story!

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Six Days of Memories

Once I started listening to this book I could hardly pause. The story is very interesting and want to know how it end.

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I'm In Love With This Book ❤👮‍♀️🤵❤

I found myself in love with; "Six Days of Memories," written by Stacy Eaton. It was very well written, the language skills was understandable; I felt like part of the actual crime scene, working it with Natasha Foster the Lead Detective.

Ms. Easton had a CREATIVE way with using two-party conversation that I hadn't come across before. The listener would hear the conversation of Natasha and then go back to hear Jamie's response to the same conversation separately.

The way the storyline continued to uncover the truth of the case was meticulous, there still were developing feelings between the Detective and possible suspect Jaime, that needed to get under control.

You will definitely enjoy this book and Rebecca Ehrenpreis as the narrator. She gives a STELLAR PERFORMANCE as she takes on many voices in this multi-character book. I couldn't find myself wanting to put it down until I was finished listening to it.


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Captivating story!

Stacy Eaton always comes through with a story that just hits my heart in every way possible. From suspense to passion, I am drawn in and entranced for hours! This book is exceptional with a story that caught me up early and kept me wondering how it would all turn out. Natasha Foster is the detective on a case, double homicide with a suspect that has amnesia. Or does he? The immediate pull that Tasha has for this John Doe is palpable, but she can't let her attraction effect the outcome. Is that even possible? Jay as he wants to be called is charismatic and so believable, it's almost impossible to think he could have done the unthinkable. And with this attraction leads to other questions. What will happen if he is guilty? If he is not, does he have a family? Is Tasha getting in too deep? This story has twists and turns you can't even expect and it kept me on the edge of my seat. If you love romantic suspense, get a copy of this, you will absolutely love it!

I love meeting new narrators and this is my first listen by Rebecca Ehrenpreis. She is amazing! Easy on the ears and a great pace, she made this listen. She has a variety of voices, each easily distinguished between characters and transitions between male and female with ease. I really enjoyed her performance and will watch for more.

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Six Days of Memories

Six Days of Memories is a captivating story with mystery and suspense mixed in with a sweet insta-love romance between Natasha, who is a detective, and Jay who is rescued by Natasha after being in an accident and waking up not knowing who he is or if he is a good guy or a bad guy. The storyline held my interest and kept me guessing until the end. Rebecca Ehrenpreis did a great job bringing this story to life. I received this audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this unbiased review.

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Excellent

I loved listening to this Romance mystery.
If you like suspense, strong female and male characters, well written and engaging romance on the side will absolutely love "Six Days of Memories." Fast paced .
I enjoyed the narrator.
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  • Kindle Customer
  • 16-08-20

loved this book!

One of the best read this year! The mistory and the love. Who is he! Why is he so appealing?

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  • Kimberly Smith
  • 05-08-20

Let me start by saying....

Stacy Eaton is one of my favorite authors. That said, I liked this book BUT it’s not my favorite. I really didn’t like the female MC. She seemed rather harsh and self centered. Several of her choices were unbelievable but they moved the story along. Still, with all my dislikes, I enjoyed the story and I finished the book in one sitting. I liked the HEA ending.
As for the narration, I agree with other reviewers that listened at higher speeds. I listened at 1.2x and didn’t have too much of an issue. There were a few times the he said/she said sounded a little robotic but nothing too jarring.
I received a review copy at my request and voluntarily reviewed.

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  • Jaime
  • 09-07-20

good or evil?

An accident scene turns up two dead bodies, a bag full of money, and a witness who can't remember anything when he regains consciousness. Is he a victim too or was he the assailant? Detective Natasha Foster's investigation was suspenseful and captivating. I loved the mystery mixed with the romance between Tasha and Jay, her John Doe suspect. Their chemistry sizzled and I really enjoyed their story.

I received an advanced reader copy of this audiobook and voluntarily provided this review.

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  • Luke woods
  • 25-06-20

Very digital narration

I felt like this book had a great story line, but the reading of the book seemed like I was listening to a computer read. Could not get into the book because of this.

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  • Nicole Posey
  • 23-06-20

Outstanding

Magnificent story that makes a stay in your heart. Well written and performed awesomely. Loved it

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  • Charla White
  • 19-10-21

Intriguing Story

Author Stacy Eaton creates an intriguing story of the impact of a complex auto accident on the life of the investigating Detective Natasha Foster. Natasha Foster is portrayed early on as fearless, accomplished, and intelligent. Her place in the department is earned by her work ethic and tenacity, excluding her emotional side.

The only survivor, and driver, of a car that careened off the road into a gully, has amnesia. As Natasha calls him, Jay strikes a chord of strength and ignites her imagination during the investigation. She wants the truth, but the gun in his possession, a sack of money in the back seat, an unidentified woman passenger, and body in the trunk need an explanation.

Only the barest of clues are present for the investigation. Natasha believes that determining who did what, to whom, when, and where are trapped in Jay’s mind. Is he faking his memory loss? No identification is available for any of the players in the vehicle. Who is missing money? You’d think someone would have missed half a million dollars. All the clues turn up as dead ends.

Jay, even missing his memory, is solid and vital ready to recover. Struggling for the key to opening his past causes pain and discomfort. He wants the truth, even if it means jail. He has no money, no home, and no one to help him. His attraction to Natasha finds the perfect setting when she offers him a room in her home to recover. Natasha walks a line between needing to solve the case and needing to explore her attraction.

Author Eaton accentuates Natasha’s ability to take care of herself in any situation where she can work from logic and facts rather than her heart. Jay balances his growing attraction to this beautiful, energetic, capable detective against his unknown commitments of a life or family.

Narrator Rebecca Ehrenpreis did not help tell this story in a compelling or exciting manner. I found her voice often dull and monotone rather than engaging for this type of suspense fiction. Her character voices were inconsistent, and the pace was out of sync with this remarkable story. Technically there is nothing wrong with the quality of the recording.

I recommend this story and the writing of this talented author, Stacy Eaton, for those who enjoy a complex romance with delightfully intertwined situations and scenes. This romantic suspense with grab you with action and strong characters. I look forward to enjoying other stories by this author.

Disclaimer: This Audiobook was provided free of charge by the author, narrator, and/or publisher in exchange for a non-bias, honest review.

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  • The Book Junkie Reads . . .
  • 28-01-21

can six days change your life for the better

How do you make a connection to someone that you just opened your eyes to? How do you feel deep down in your soul that you were meant to protect this one person? How do you walk away when the truth of it all comes out and you will be broken beyond words if you don't?

Meeting Tasha Foster and her life in small-town Pennsylvania was eye opening. She was the detective of the town. She was the protector. She was the solver. Then one day, one accident, one victim/perpetrator changes things in her world. The next six days will be nothing like any other in her life. Next we meet Jay. The man with no memory. The man with kind eyes. The man with a gentle spirit. The man that had a connection. Six days was all it took to change both their lives forever.

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  • Lelia T
  • 19-01-21

Romantic Suspense

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Picking up a book labeled as romantic suspense can be a perilous adventure because you never know whether the emphasis will be on the romance or the mystery/suspense side. In this case, Six Days of Memories is decidedly heavy on the romance and pretty light on suspense.

I liked the way Ms. Eaton tells the story through the point of view of both Natasha and Jay and, from the beginning, we’re led down several paths because Jay’s amnesia causes so much questioning of circumstances and learning the truth about the two dead women and all the cash proves to be difficult. At the heart of the investigation—is Jay a criminal or a victim or, perhaps, something in between? And can Natasha trust her instincts this time?

There were a few things that I found less than enthralling including a sex/massage scene that’s a bit more graphic than I like and some noticeable weaknesses in police procedure but, more than that, Natasha’s behavior when she first meets Jay is really inappropriate and inexplicable, behavior that brings into question whether she can do her job as expected. In fact, I think it’s probably grounds for being removed from the case in a real life situation.

As for the narration, I have mixed feelings. On the one hand, Ms. Ehrenpreis has a very clear tone that’s easy to understand and there were only a few times when I personally disagreed with the way she pronounced specific words; I expect that sort of thing to happen. Beyond that, though, her narration sounded kind of stilted to me, as though she was reading the words on the page for the first time and so her emphasis on certain phrases and words just wasn’t quite the way a person would normally speak. That aside, I thought she performed well enough and I would definitely be willing to hear more books narrated by Ms. Ehrenpreis.

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  • Earl Jimenez
  • 09-11-20

That's exactly what I'm looking for!

From the start, this audio-book grabbed me and I found it fascinating. I loved the suspense. The story was very pleasant. I always find Stacy Eaton writing something interesting. To those who like mystery novels, I recommend this audio-book.

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  • Evelyn Torres
  • 09-11-20

Impressive Debut Novel

Stacy Eaton is great at listening to Six Days of Memories. Natasha is an investigator responding to a car accident scene. There is a dead female passenger, a money bag, a dead body in the trunk, and an unconscious male driver. I enjoy listening to an audio-book like this.