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- Print Length: 363 pages
- Publisher: N. E. Henderson; 1 edition (July 25, 2017)
- Publication Date: July 25, 2017
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B0748JQDWB
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Whitney and Shane were high school sweethearts until a horrible accident rips them apart. For a while Shane believes that his beloved Whitney is dead. That's what he and his family were told. He's devastated and feels like part of himself has died too. Years later he finds out she is alive but she is married to someone they knew from high school that she never even liked. But Shane tries to move on with his life. Then at a Halloween party, he comes face to face with the girl that still holds his heart. But she has no clue who he is.
Whitney has had amnesia for the last 10 years. She's married but has no true feelings for her husband. Most of the time she doesn't even like him. She only stays because of her daughters. But when she "meets" Shane, she is instantly attracted and drawn to him. Something she doesn't understand but she knows feels right.
This chance meeting leads them on a whirlwind path of reconnection and discovery of the deceit that they were both dealt 10 years ago. This book hooked me from the first page and I didn't want to put it down. I loved Shane and Whitney, her daughters, Everly and Emerson. All the secondary characters were amazing as well. Really hope we get more stories from this group of friends.
The term Steamy Contemporary Romance no longer means anything, if this book is to be considered. Sort of steamy, but incredibly teenagerish, if that's a word. I know part of it is because the main characters fell in love when they were teenagers and the story continues from there, but there were spots where I was unable to tell that Whitney wasn't 17 again. Her best moves were when she would do something, then say to herself, oh I shouldn't have done that. Right...someone who has been married for ten years and has two kids but can't find her butt with both hands. Someone who avoids sex with her husband, by lying, but can't find the will to leave him. Someone who watches her oldest daughter be bullied by her father, but does nothing to stop it.
I'll give it three stars here because I'm feeling generous, but I have no clue what book the five star reviews read. In the hands of a better writer and a better editor, this would have been a knock-out of a story, but slim plotting in places, combined with lackadaisical editing and characters that just couldn't grow up, tanked it.
Whitney has been through so much. When everything you know about yourself is a lie, how do you even begin to find the truth? Who do you trust when your memories betray you? Whitney has to figure all this out for herself and it is not an easy journey.
Poor Shane has accomplished so much in his life but at the core of it all, is loss. His life is filled with heartache and he can't seem to catch a break until one day Whitney unexpectedly walks right back into his life. The connection these two feel is strong but it is not an easy road for them. My heart hurt for these two.
Over all, this book was amazing. From beginning to end, I couldn't get enough. I fell in love with these characters in book one and after reading this book, I remembered why I love them so much. I can't wait for more books in the future. This book can be read as a standalone but if you want info on the other characters it would help to read More Than Lies first.
I enjoyed the characters, they are well written easily relate-able. There are a lot of feelings between the characters and I found myself chuckling, and smiling at the interactions