Gracie Ashcroft is supposed to marry Blake Beaumont in three months’ time. The trouble is, she doesn’t know who he is…
After an accident leaves Gracie with severe amnesia, she’s forced to decide: live a life that is made up of other people’s memories of who she was, or start a new life on her own. Leaving her fiancé Blake behind, she moves to the country where she takes on the task of reviving her family’s abandoned flower farm.
While attempting to restart a business with an uncertain future, she tries to come to terms with the grief of losing a mother she can’t remember and a fiancé she so badly wants to fall in love with again. What she doesn’t count on is developing a deep connection with Flynn, a local vet. Worst of all is having to confront the fact that she might lose either chance at love.
Forced to examine the person she has become, Gracie confronts the question: if you had your time over, would you live the same life twice?
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My Thoughts On The Novel
I got swept up in the emotions of the characters during the course of the read. I liked Gracie and Flynn’s characters, and the emotions they portrayed were heartfelt and affecting. A story that did not get heavily bogged down in the complexities of brain injuries, rather it focused more on the characters, and their sentiments towards themselves and others. The verbal sparring between Gracie and Flynn was amusing, and kept the pages turning. I read this book in a day, I could not put it down, and when I did, I wanted to pick the story up and continue to read it. The Memories That Make Us is a great novel by author Vanessa Carnevale, that was surprisingly surprising 🙂
Review copy received from Harlequin MIRA via Netgalley
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