Remember: Book Review


by Joan Carney

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Release Date: November 7, 2016


When a freak accident robs Gracie of her memory, the lines between reality and fantasy blur. Now thereโ€™s only one gift Gracie wants this Christmas, and the only man (Jack) who can bring it is not Santa.


Remember is a well written book with a interesting storyline. In mere 94 pages (of epub) it touches upon many different topics such as romance, emotional abuse and memory loss.

It is first person narrative alternating between three characters Jack, Gracie and Todd. All the characters were relatable, the emotions of all the characters were well shown and the narrative gave a direct entry into their minds. I think Todd’s character got only a little time in the narrative so I wished that I could see him more.

“The pain showing in his eyes could not have been more intense if heโ€™d been hit with a grenade. But what could I do? No way could I start a relationship with someone else without knowing who I am first.”

Gracie and Jack’sโ€‹ love story is sweet, emotional, heartwarming and very beautiful. A special mention is Gracie’s best friend, the hero who helped Gracie and Jack to come together. Even though she had a short presence in the story but still she was able to make a mark in my heart.

“And even if no other memories returned to me, if my life before the fountain catastrophe remained a blank slate, Iโ€™d always have this moment and Jackโ€™s love to remember.”~Gracie

Finally I would say if you are a fan of heartwarming contemporary romances then you would definitely love Remember.



(4 stars out of 5)

You can find Remember on Goodreads

You can buy Remember on Amazon 

This book is available in Kindle Unlimited. 


Joan Carney

A transplant from the concrete sidewalks of New York City to the sunny beaches of Southern California, Ms. Carney enjoys writing stories about women who are strongโ€”whether by nature or circumstanceโ€”and the men who love and respect them for who they are. Things that make her happy are rainy days (too much sun is a bore), writing the perfect first line, family get-togethers, reading books that grab her heart, and finding new connections in her genealogy research. Bold coffee and dark chocolate fuel the artistic fire inspired by her family, friends, and psycho, lizard hunting cat. You can find and contact Joan here: – WebsiteFacebookTwitterGoodreads 

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*I received my book free of cost in return for an honest review*


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