Remember Me Kindle Edition
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It's really too bad about this behavior exhibited by the male lead, as with just a little alteration, the story easily would have been a 4 star for me. The story definitely wasn't a formulaic Harlequin romance, but a very intriguing mystery of a woman with amnesia, who slowly discovers the person she was, how she became that person, and reforming a stronger relationship with her husband.
Other minor nits is that the ski buying and labor scenes should have been significantly shortened. There were a few editing mistakes and definitely the ending felt a bit abrupt. Again, I think just with some deletion the overall story would have been tighter.
For the first half of the book, I felt the H was an abusive bully. After slapping his pregnant wife, I liked him even less. The verbal and emotional abuse got to be so bad I was beginning to cringe at certain parts. From there on it was an emotional rollercoaster of "he loves me, he loves me not". Then it's revealed he had a dysfunctional childhood (boo hoo) and an unfaithful first wife and suddenly his bad behavior does a 180 and he finally shows his sensitive soul after all..What??? All is forgiven??? Consequently, I ended up not liking the H at all and that made the book somewhat disappointing to me.
Sorry, I really wanted to like this book but it was too brutal to be taken for light casual reading. Contemporary romances are usually not my cup of tea but I do give kudos to the author for a well written novel that I think many other readers would find highly enjoyable. I love amnesia stories and if I hadn't been so turned off by the H I'm sure I would have enjoyed the story much more.
Kudos to you, Mrs. Bowersock