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So... ok, let me start by saying that this is a really well written story. The actual craft is really amazing. There a tight plot, well rounded characters, nice pacing, steamy passion and a whole lot of intrigue. On the surface, it's just really nicely done.
The rest? I'm caught between being completely blown away at how much I liked it and hating it with a burning passion that makes me want to completely give up reading altogether. It's fun and hot, frustrating, parts made me literally spit in anger, there's a sweetness and a hope and oh I wanted all the answers.
At the start, I was kind of feeling a bit "meh" about it all. Amnesia, an engagement, a new business and blah, blah, blah, but through that it all starts to unravel and while some of it is heartbreaking and some of it pretty predictable, I still wanted to see it play out. In the end I was as involved, intrigued and utterly frustrated as I was in the beginning.
I know this good and there's this part of me that says you've got to keep going, but that part of me that hated this story wants to just burn my Kindle.
I totally just fell down the rabbit hole.
And for that alone, you've got to read this.
I am so happy that in this story there are some familiar players: the twins, Maggie, Cally, William and a bit of Asher, and the girl’s wacky grandma.
You should know from my review of Unbreak me on Goodreads how much I loved the Maggie/William/Asher story. After Unbreak me, I had many questions about Maggie/William/Asher that Ms. Ryan answered in the follow up book Wish I May.
All of Ms. Ryan’s stories are so powerful. If you liked the first two books in New Hope, you will love this book. The only difference I can see between the two previous books and this one, is that this one story has three books dedicated to filling our need.
Ms. Ryan covers so many sensitive issues that are present in everyday life. Some of the areas that are addressed in this story are insecurities, overbearing people and weight issues. I was very pleased how many of the self-esteem concerns that most women have were discussed. I especially liked the comments Hanna made about skinny chicks and training in sensitivity to women. It is hilarious!
Hanna’s description, her personality, and the people who love her, really allowed me to like her character. I felt I knew Hanna so well, even as she was learning herself. I am still trying to figure out Nate and Max, do I want Hanna to be with either or neither of them. How can she get a HEA if she is unclear as to whom she loves? How did she get the amnesia, or is she faking.
I was randomly scrolling through my facebook page and I see a suggested post from an author I had never heard of. I usually ignore those type of things but at that moment, I read the post. It sounded really good. I went straight to Amazon and one clicked it. I finished the book I was reading and started on this book today. I was instantly hooked. I wasn't even 30 pages into it and I am sending Catherine messages asking what she is reading and demanding that she put it down and start this one. I devoured it! Her books have been described as intense, emotional and wickedly sexy. I agree! I couldn't put into words how to describe this book, but someone else did it perfectly!
I have always been fascinated with amnesia stories. Ive even imagined what it would be like if I woke up not knowing who I was. I think it has something to do with new beginnings. I love the Harrison Ford movie Regarding Henry where he realizes he didn't like his life before and changes it. This too was like that. Hanna wakes up in the hospital with retrograde amnesia and cant remember the last 11 months of her life. She has the skinny body she has always wanted, a business of her own, and the man she has been in love with since 13. Her life seems perfect. I like Hanna a lot. I like trying to figure out what memories she has lost. I love Liz. It hurt me to see how messed up their relationship was and not knowing why. I love seeing that relationship build itself back up.
"Trying to explain to someone what its like to have a twin sister is like trying to explain to someone what its like to have a pulse. I don't know any other way. All I know is that her smile is attached to my heart. I float when she's happy, and when she's sad, my world is a puzzle with a missing piece."
Max... Im not quite sure how I feel about him. I just had such a bad feeing about him from the very beginning. Hanna wants it to work so badly with him. I want it to work with him. Being in love with him since thirteen is a long time! I wanted that childhood crush to mean something. I wanted her life to be as perfect as she wanted it to be. I just couldn't break that bad feeling about him. He just seems too good to be true.
"I know you don't remember. Ill win your heart all over again if I have to."
Nate... Is it strange that I fell for him the moment he was introduced as a character?
"His expression goes from confused to desolate as he skims his eyes over my bruised face. "Damn. What happened to you, angel?"
I think the moment he realized that her and Max were getting married and he looked so heart broken, my heart went out to him. But what kind of person was Hanna that she had two men? Why would she be cheating on Max if he was as perfect as she had dreamed he was? If she had everything she ever wanted why was there a prescription for antidepressants in her kitchen? Which guy will she end up choosing? When one of the men say something like this to her, my heart melts.
"You are the most beautiful woman I have ever met." He swallows and braves a tentative smile. "You're like the sun - completely blind to your own beauty because you are so busy making everyone around you shin. No matter how far we hide in the shadows, you share your light."
This book had me hooked. I couldn't put it down. When memories started coming back, my heart broke . When the truth came out about everything and why she wasn't as close to her sister anymore, I cried a little. When she chose who she wanted to be with and that guy didn't want her in the way she wanted, I cried a lot. Simply put, this book was amazing. I love the mystery surrounding everything and the romance. As soon as I was done, I immediately bought the second one and started reading. I want a conclusion. I want to know what happened the day of the accident. I want to now if it was really an accident. I think Lexi Ryan is a new favorite of mine and I will be reading all of her books. I do have to say, I wish I would have read the other series first, just because this book gave away some of the other books.
I whole heartedly give this book a five stars!!