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I don't have a problem with language being colorful, but when it's gratuitous swearing, that can be a bit tiring. It distracted me from ever enjoying the story.
This novella features Megan and Hunter, childhood best friends. At the start of this story Megan finds herself in a situation she'd rather not be in. So, she does the only thing she can think of, and calls Hunter. Showing up, Hunter decides to marry Megan, in order to protect her.
But then, Megan loses her memory. Now she's fighting to find her sister, while also battling for her lost memories.
One complaint: it wasn't long enough! This was a wonderful story, and I know it is a novella, but I wished it could have been longer.
The characters were sweet and interesting. The best friend relationship between Hunter and Megan was well represented and I enjoyed watching that evolve and change. Also, the storyline was intriguing. I got so into it, that I wished there could have been more pages to delve into the plot just a bit more.
Also, I should add, that I enjoyed both Megan and Hunter. Often when I read I get drawn to one character, and kind of take their side. I feel that both characters were equal here and I didn't feel the relationship was unbalanced or unfair.
Overall, this is a read that will keep your attention and steal your heart.
This book is exciting but the fear and the unknown lurk between every page you read. The whole book is told from the point of view of Megan. Megan is a girl who ran away on her wedding day because she hated the guy she was about to married and because she didn’t wanted to be treated like a business trade. Business that was transacted by her own father, who ought to protect and love her unconditionally. So she calls her best friend to resue her from this nightmare.
Can friendship turn to love? Can you find hapiness when you think that you can't? Will everything turn out in a good way?
“Stolen Memories” have agonized parts, a lot of tragedy, betrayal and violence but also has a lot of love and friendship to the mixture. When everything looked like a bed of roses, that this story would unfold without too many mishaps and behold Alyson had another idea making the story much more intense. And my God the hot scenes are described in detail. I loved every chapter, every sentence, every word, I just love a book that captivates from the first page.
Alyson Reynolds thank you for another beautiful and captivating story and I must say that I devoured this book in one day, and i want more, i want more books from you love.
Megan is a runner... For all of the right reasons it would seem! But you know I love a good drama filled story!! Megan runs to her best friend Hunter and he makes her an offer she can't refuse! When you are in between a rock and a hard spot you do what needs to be done.... And sometimes you rather enjoy the outcome!!! I fell in love with Hunter and Megans story with every turn of the page!
Amazing story. It drags you in and holds you hostage till the end.
I reviewed this book for KFA.
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