The Memory Thief by Emily Colin -417 pages
When Madeleine Kimble’s husband Aiden dies in a mountain climbing accident, Maddie can only think of his earnest promise to return to her and their young son. Aiden’s best friend J.C. feels great remorse over his inability to save him, but J.C.’s grief is also seasoned with the guilt of loving Maddie through the years. Meanwhile, across the country another young man wakes up in a hospital and finds that his memories have been wiped clean, and replaced with haunting dreams of a beautiful woman and a five year old boy whom he feels driven to find. What Nicholas Sullivan discovers upon his journey is utterly unexpected—and it will change all of their lives, especially Maddie’s.
My Review: 3 stars
If you’re in the mood for a sappy romance, then this is the one for you. This book is a silver platter of a good love triangle, a few predictable twists, romance, fine sex scenes and a dollopping dose of paranormal. I didn’t want the main character to end up with who she did so that was slightly annoying yet at the same time predictable. Additionally, there was sometimes just too much conversation and mundane details that were unnecessary and made the book longer that it needed to be.
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-Tags: 2012, Fiction, Chick Lit, Paranormal
Labels: 2012, Chick Lit, Fiction, Paranormal