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Amnesia Paperback – June 13, 2017
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"What a brilliant story, I was hooked from the beginning! With a strong blurb and a cover that's both pretty and mysterious, I went into this one with high expectations. I'm glad it was amazing. I loved every part of this story,the plot was fantastic and I found the memory loss aspect very well executed."
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"WOW!!!! Cambria has woven a masterful web of mystery and suspense that will keep you bound." - Cameo Renae Author of the Hidden Wings series
"Electrifying, pulse-pounding, and spine-tingling. Amnesia will keep you on the edge of your seat the entire time desperate to know more. I couldn't put it down!" -Micalea Smeltzer Author of the Willow Creek Series
"Its rare when I think a couple has TRUE LOVE. Yes I love many books and they are written amazingly well but its rare that I feel a couple is truly and deeply in love like Eddie and Am were." -Elizarey Reads
From the Author
There will be a sequel to Amnesia. Coming summer 2017. *this is book one in the Amnesia Duet.
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I really enjoyed the romantic suspense novel Amnesia. This is my first book by this author, and I enjoyed it enough to try some of her other books as well.
I am a fan of mystery/thrillers, but if I am being honest, I prefer for there to be some romance in my books as well. Amnesia fits that bill. One night when the water was choppy on one of his late night walks along the shore, Eddie saw a figure floating in the water in the distance. He rushes out in the lake and saves the mystery woman, who also happens to look like someone from his past.
Amnesia chooses to be called just that when she wakes up in the hospital with none of her memories after being in a coma. I liked Amnesia and her struggle between wanting to know and not wanting to know what happened to her in the past. I enjoyed watching her try new things and food since she didn't know what she did or didn't like. All the while, Eddie is there for her. He is a hunk, and wonderfully sweet.
I enjoyed the small town setting where everyone knows each other and has some quirks. I also enjoyed the mystery aspect of the book, because there is more than just one thing going on. Eddie's mysterious past he isn't sharing with Amensia along with Amnesia's own rocky history and missing memories kept me curious throughout the book.
The Verdict: I look forward to reading book two.
Amnesia tells the story of a girl washed to shore, the man who finds her, and the connection between them that seems familiar because it quite possibly could be… I must say the beginning immediately pulled me in. I wanted to know who this girl was and what had happened to her. Of course she has zero memory after awakening from a coma and with no one coming forward to claim who she was, she decided to call herself Amnesia. Edward was also a bit mysterious with hints of a tragic past also in need of unraveling. He was very enamored with her from the beginning and though he had all sorts of questions needing answers on who she could be, he let her set her own pace with her memories.
The book started off strong in the beginning and my interest sort of waned a bit the farther I got into it. I loved the whole mystery of who Amnesia was and what happened to her and that was the most interesting aspect of the novel for me. The romance felt a little cheesy at times and though I found Eddie to be super sweet and caring towards Amnesia, he was sometimes annoying with how overbearing he could get. Some plot points really worked and some parts were a little over the top with a need to suspend a little disbelief. Overall I found it to be a decent read that I think others may enjoy as well.
I didn’t realize there would be a sequel when I started it so though certain details and plot points had some resolution and clarity, there are still pieces of the puzzle that remain missing that the sequel will have to answer. I’m intrigued enough to continue with the series.
"Sometimes the only thing your ears hear is the words whispered by your heart. Sometimes the only truth you want to hear is a beautiful lie."
The title is taken from the name of one of the main characters of the book. She washes ashore in a small Maine town and questions begin circulating about. People are speculating from a mystery that happened years ago, but "Amnesia" has absolutely no memory of her past so she deems herself Amnesia. Tongue in cheek, she is.
Eddie is our hero and who may have some answers for our girl Amnesia. But everything is such a mystery that we just don't know. We just have to go with feelings of characters and the obvious chemistry we see between these two. There is a story and Amnesia's definitely isn't pretty as we soon see in small sparks of her memory returning. But this is a story of who, what, how and why? Will they get their answers or do we even need them. This Maine town is whispering and now I need to know more.
"My life was a beautiful lie. And beneath the beautiful lie lurked an ugly truth.
Thank you Cambria Hebert for venturing out and doing something a little different. This is a first book of yours I've read, but I enjoyed the story and the way the characters interacted with one another and the other town folks. There was an obvious small town feel that made you feel a part of it. But mysteries lingered everywhere and that made me want answers and to always look over my shoulders. You could feel the darkness and the evil surrounding the past, but hope the light would pull through. Unfortunately we were left with a slight cliffhanger so you'll have to check out the second book in the duet to get the final answers. But that doesn't pain me. I just want more mysteries coming my way from Ms Hebert!