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Remember Me: A Mystic Novel (Mystic Series Book 1) by [Gallagher, Maggie Mae]
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About the Author

Bestselling Author Maggie Mae Gallagher doesn’t remember a time when she wasn’t writing. When she was a kid she acted out her favorite scenes, only better, with her brother and cousin. As a teenager, she wrote reams of poetry, but realized her true love lay with creating characters and stories. A former music and history major, Maggie is a total geek at her core. When she is not writing, she adores attending the latest comic con or spending time with her family. She lives in St. Louis, Missouri, with her two furry felines. Website: Facebook: Twitter: Amazon author page:

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  • File Size: 2829 KB
  • Print Length: 247 pages
  • Publisher: Maggie Mae Gallagher; 1 edition (April 7, 2015)
  • Publication Date: April 7, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #880,387 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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By Monette L. Bebow Reinhard VINE VOICE on May 2, 2016
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First, I’m not a romance genre reader. But there are problems with this. The story often seems contrived, and has grammatical and punctuation problems. “Quite” was used twice for “quiet” and only pages apart. There is some uniqueness to the storyline in the use of reincarnation, but there was too much similarity in the storylines between the past life & current life lovers.

I liked the way the storyline in the mystery of missing boys. She has to go to the Navajo reservation to help find missing boys and the sheriff there, who’s reluctant for her help, also provides a threat to her sanity, because she keeps getting these mysterious flashes to a past life when he touches her.

Actually, it starts out with her death scene, and later she indicates she felt this when she first touched him, but that isn’t what happened, and threw me out of the story. I actually went back and double-checked.

Remember Me is about a woman psychic in this life who suddenly gets flash-backs to a past life, and it’s because she’s met that fellow she knew in that past life, someone she has to work out the present with. The memories flow sporadically and of course it takes to nearly the end to get the whole story on both sides, but the title is a little misleading, in that she doesn’t spend that much time hoping that he’ll remember her. A better title would have been nice.

I don’t want to give anything more away, but I realize she’s psychic and that one can pretty much define that any way they want. As writers we rule our universe, but she keeps breaking her rules. Even with these flaws, it’s a good read. But I’m not a fan of the romance genre and don’t see why this man of her dreams needs to have rippling abs and a chiseled jaw.
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A Native American sheriff was trying to run away from his mystic beginnings. A psychic who has been hired by the tribal Council to come in and try to find five missing boys. They must work together to try to find the boys . A slightly antagonistic relationship between the two, overridden by the fear of what will happen to these children.
Their relationship, and their histories, are fascinating. Dealing with the desert of Arizona adds to the story. I was shocked to see that there are only 11 comments on this book. It is a really good read. I read it through in one sitting. I could not force myself to do anything else until I found out how the story ended . Do yourself a favor, read this book!
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I received this book from the author in exchange for my honest opinion.
Remember Me is a romance about a psychic named Madelyn, aka Maddie, and Detective Bronx Daniels. Detective Daniels hire Maddie to help in a kidnapping case involving five young boys, including his nephew, who are taken from their beds in the middle of the night. At the urging of the parents of the boys, Maddie agrees to use her abilities to communicate with the spirit world to help find the boys. She travels to Arizona, and ignores her recurring nightmares about dying in the desert. When she arrives, she can’t help but notice a strong attraction to Bronx every time she touches him. She is able to see a vision of her past life with an Indian named Thunder Eagle. She can’t help but wonder if Bronx and Thunder Eagle are the same person and if it explains her sudden attraction to Bronx.
The main focus of the story is the attraction between Maddie and Bronx, though both of them are dealing with personal issues that keep them from opening up to each other. Maddie was an outcast within her family and was treated terribly as a child because no one understood her gifts. She doesn’t trust many people because of her experiences. Bronx is an outcast among his Indian tribe because he turned his back on his medicine man training and left home at eighteen without saying goodbye to his family. Upon returning to the reservation, the tribe distances themselves from Bronx and shun him. Bronx accepts that he is not welcome, but stays to do what he can for the community. He has also been betrayed by a woman that cost him his job with the FBI.
While the personal drama between the characters is interesting, but I felt there was an imbalance between all the story lines.
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I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review.

I would give this book 4.5 sstars, if possible, but I greatly enjoyed it to am bumping it up as opposed to down. That said, there are a few word errors that are rather distracting throughout the text and the end is rather predictable once you get about half way through, but the journey is worth reading, and that's why I went up on the rating.

The motives, by the end, were well laid out. As a reader, I wasn't left going 'huh?' The characters progressed (mostly) from the 'woe is me, I have to carry the world on my own shoulders and contemplate everything eight or nine times' to 'Screw it; I'm going to do this and if it bites me in the ass then at least it was worth it.' I would have liked some more details at the end of the story (Where they ended up and how they faced the next steps would have been nice as an epilogue), but maybe we learn those in the next book of the series?

Sometimes the back and forth was a little annoying, with a bit too much detail in the past interactions, but the story was so compelling that I'd put it down for a minute or two and then have to pick it back up again. And, the "old Indian guide" was awesome. For whatever reason, I really, really liked him.

Overall, it was an excellent read. Nice suspense, nice romance, decent character building and the characters were definitely realistic. It's a little intense for a beach-read, but if you have a quiet evening and want something intriguing and different, this is for you. It's all it promises in the synopsis and then some. =)
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