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"He's mine. He's always been mine. And he always will be mine."
It is hard to imagine such terrible parents exist, but N.E. Henderson makes you believe they do. Whitney and Shane, once inseparable, haven't seen each other in ten years after Whitney's parents made a decision that changed the course of her life. Once rebellious and artistic, Whitney is now an unhappy stay-at-home mom to a husband that rules her life. Her every move is watched and criticized, but she believes this is what she wanted before she lost her memory so she stays for the children. Shane has followed his dreams, only deviating from his plans when the painful memories become too much. The good guy covered in tattoos in honor of his former love can barely take it anymore, but they're drawn to one another and even ten years can't change the connection they have. I really liked Shane, he's so well developed, an all-around good guy, and more than the cliche male heroes that grace the pages of books lately. His POV was by far my favorite, because his love is the all-consuming kind that I just adore. He sees who Whitney is despite the way her mind, and circumstances, have imprisoned her true self. Whitney though, she's stubborn, but sweet and her POV reads just like you might expect from someone who knows very little about her former self. She looks at life from a mother's perspective and it's unique to have a contemporary romance that features that style of thought. It makes the book move slower, with the romance moving in reverse, starting with family and its drama rather than friendship and dating.
Of course, the two lost soulmates aren't being kept away by fate, but rather by intervening parents and a man who hides his obsession a little too well. It's a story about wealth and expectations and neither has room for true love. Whitney and Shane have an unlikely opportunity to be together every day, but it's driven by Whitney's obsessive husband and the need to protect Whitney and her children rather than by romance. The reader can feel the connection between the two, but we're gifted with a view of the dark and suspenseful reality thanks to Henderson's writing. We get to see that things aren't just happy, as Whitney's husband's texts increase and as one of her daughters begins to fear her visits. Henderson makes the story feel real, like you too are constantly on the look out for when someone will burst in and take the dream away.
I really enjoyed More Than Memories, it's great as a standalone and an excellent release in the More Than series. Readers will love the characters and the realistic storytelling. If you're a fan of contemporary romance with a bit of suspense and a dash of angst, this one is for you.
This book is an absolute gem! This was a beautiful love story of second chances that was so well done; it held my attention and was entertaining, but also was heartwarming and emotional that I even shed tears when I read what happened. The book maybe fiction, but the storyline can be related to true-life situations and you will want to keep reading to find out what happened. What moves me is just how N.E. Henderson was able to make the characters’ situations seem credible and realistic—their hurts, ambivalence, etc. This is the first time I read a book by N.E. Henderson, but I assure you, it will not be the last. I loved the storyline and the characters of Shane Braden and Whitney Lane, and you get a chance to see the progression of their love—theirs was not a quick and easy love story because they had to overcome some issues, but loves does prevail. I also loved the characters of Shawn and Taralynn (Shane’s brother and his girlfriend). When reading the story, it may make you feel sad, confused, appalled, and even euphoric. My heart goes out for Shane! When his life is shattered, he has so much pain that he cannot move on from the past. Whitney has no memory of her life except what she is told—do you trust the people that are giving you the information? What’s meant to be will always find a way—when Shane meets Whitney again, the chemistry between them grows more potent the more time they spend together—the sex is off-the-chart hot! The scenes are well written, fast-paced and flow smoothly from one scene to the next. The book will pique your interest and draw you in from the beginning to the very end.