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I think my only big unresolved question was why R. mother's past wasn't fully exposed/elaborated on, but I do think that wasn't a big thing as far as the story went. It just didn't complete the Mother's character and background as to why she behaved as severely as she did.
Marcello was a wonderful character too. It was sweet how gentlemanly he acted, even while wondering how things would work out for Renatta and their engagement. It loved he wasn't a villain, but was a viable option in Renatta's future.
The unfolding of her memory, (have no idea if it was medically accurate), but loved it. The bits and pieces, her hope, confusion, her peace when it finally happened, was well done. Also, her dreams, the journals, the peace she felt as Antonio was so kind and patient and tried to help her patiently wait for it to happen, in the least stressful way possible, all the while creating new memories for her to cherish.
Loved all the surprises as it unfolded, and of course her very tender feelings for the man she chooses at the end!
Adorable Italian accents. Check!
Like The Vow, only better. Double check!
Antonio is a deep, introspective guy. Renatta is the perfect patient, and Antonio is the doting "volunteer." Too bad Renatta's family is messed up and controlling. Secrets roll out, and Antonio's chances to hold on to his love-at-first-sight seem ever more hopeless.
Antonio is like a wise old save. He constantly quips great one-liners.
The writing unfolds so beautifully, I feel like I stepped into a well-crafted dream. I love how Renatta's name wasn't reveled to her until halfway through the novel. It made such a significant impact on who she was and how the reader sees her. Brilliant!
A lovable read for those wanting to watch the innocence of love blossom and to remember again what it felt like to fall in love.
Fun to see the characters grow and to get to know them. It was so interesting to me that we all wanted the new guy and not the fiancé. Proof of an excellent writer.