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This was a very enjoyable book. I loved Molly's sweet personality and desire to find out what happened to her and I loved Trent's patience and love for Molly; it was so enviable. The story was well written with great pacing and interesting secondary characters. I am now a fan of Kristen James and will look for other stories written by her.
Would I/Did I buy it? Free download
Would I read it again? Yes
Would I recommend it to friends? Yes
It’s been four years since Molly and her family disappeared, and Trent’s no closer to finding her — until she walks right in the door. But she’s different now, less carefree and more reserved, and she doesn’t recognize him at all. But he hasn’t been waiting for four years to turn his back on her now, so when she asks for his help figuring out what happened, why her family ran, they both hope something in the small town will spark a memory.
The Verdict: I knew the story would probably be heavy on the mystery — after all, the main character has amnesia. However, it seemed like the romance kind of took a back seat to the mystery for quite a bit longer than I’d have liked. Even when Molly’s past with Trent began to come to light, and even when it was clear there was a strong attraction between them, there was holding back. In a way, I understand it, since it can’t be easy to move forward when the past is a black hole, but I really wanted them to to rekindle something a bit more quickly than they did.
What I really liked, though, was the way the big mystery played out. The disappearance of Molly and her parents could have been anything — maybe they were put in the witness protection program, maybe they were eco-terrorists from the 60s on the run, maybe they were running from the law or the mob or aliens… It was impossible to guess, and there were plenty of places in the story where things could easily have taken a really crazy turn. Instead, clues I just knew were key turned out to be nothing, things I thought didn’t matter were important, and not everything was wrapped up in a pretty little bow. It was the sort of thing that made sense and didn’t, just like so many that play out in real life, and it just made me sad for Molly and Trent, what they’d lost for a while.
There were many aspects to this book that I liked, but here's my favorite: although this was Molly's story, Trent really stole the show by being a steady and faithful constant in her life, helping her to unravel the mystery of her forgotten years while not pushing for his own gain. His love for her was believable and sweet.
I found plenty of surprises along the way as the plot unfolded, and was left with a good feeling when the final pages were turned.