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Forgetting You, Forgetting Me

Memories from Yesterday, Book 1
Narrated by: Summer Morton
Length: 12 hrs and 28 mins
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From international bestselling author Monica James.

My name is Lucy Tucker, and my life…it was perfect.

I worked the dream job. I had the most incredible family and friends. My home, Whispering Willows, a ranch in Montana, was everything I could ever wish for. My adoring fiancé, Samuel Stone, loved me unconditionally.

I had everything a girl could ever want.

But one fateful event shattered my perfect life. It’s unimaginable how simple, ordinary words can change a person’s life forever. For me those words were, “There’s been an accident.

I thought Sam was my forever, but that forever came to a close the day Saxon Stone, Sam’s identical twin brother, came back. Saxon returned to Montana to help save Sam, however, the moment he entered my life, he turned my world upside down. But through chaos I somehow found clarity - clarity of who I was meant to be.

As time progressed, as seasons changed, and as a fire began to burn, I soon realized that Saxon was there for another reason…he was there to help save me.

©2017 Monica James (P)2019 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • 🔹🔹🔹CAROLYN 🔹🔹🔹
  • 26-02-2019

PHENOMENAL STORYTELLING.. 10 ⭐️ ‘s

This outstanding well-written Duet absolutely wrecked me.. then slowly pieced me back together.. and then wrecked me all over again. Right from the start, this was an emotional rollercoaster like no other.. it’s about mistaken identity, secrets, second chances, soul mates, love and letting go. This unforgettable journey grabs you, haunts you and doesn’t let you go until the very last word has been spoken. It’s a twisted, touching, thought provoking triangle.. not a hot ménage.

Instead of being the best day of Lucy’s life it was the worst. Instead of being by her side in Church saying “I do” her fiancé Sam has been in a car accident and is fighting for his life. And later, when all Lucy’s hope’s and prayers remain unanswered, she calls his moody estranged twin Saxon for help.. to return home to try and get through to his comatose brother. However, when it works and Sam eventually wakes up, he has no recollection of Lucy or their perfect life together.. he’s also a very changed man.. he’s nasty, short tempered and refuses to let her in. Sam’s amnesia could be temporary or it could be forever.. but either way, Saxon hasn’t come back for his brother.. there’s been too much bad blood between them for that.. no, he’s come back to help Lucy. However, he hadn’t ever planned on revealling long buried secrets.. secrets that will rewrite the past.. cause chaos.. will break hearts.. will change destinies.. and secrets that will reveal a beautiful truth.

This Duet absolutely consumed me.. I listened to it EVERY chance I got.. I lived and breathed it and felt very emotional along with these characters. Yes, there were times when I wanted to smack some sense into Lucy.. there were some repetition of feelings.. and perhaps a touch too many inner thoughts.. BUT overall it was, for me, epic and practically perfect. This very emotional and touching love story was told from Lucy’s POV and Summer Morton did a wonderful job at bringing the characters, the drama, the angst, the sex, the passion, the agonizing heartbreak and the torn feelings to life.

Worth a credit? It’s a uniquely different and suspenseful Duet overflowing with so many feels. It’s an unpredictable raw look at love when it’s going wrong.. and love when it’s going right. It’s an awakening of feelings.. and a putting to rest of feelings. It’s about triumph and tragedy and making sense of blurred feelings. It’s about righting wrongs and second chances. It’s seeped in sadness yet breathtaking and beautiful. It’ll break you, rock you and put you back together again. And YES, IMO, both books are definitely creditworthy.. and sigh.. now I want to listen to them all over again.

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  • Coooper
  • 16-04-2019

TOUGH LISTEN

This was a tough listen for me. For one, the narrator left a lot to be desired; I eventually just went with it but the narration could have been much better. Two, the story drug out too long. I liked getting to know the characters, especially Saxon, but the ending SUCKED. It left me feeling like I wanted to write my own ending. Now maybe that was the whole idea but not liking that type of ending I was a little miffed. It didn't even end like a typical "cliffhanger" and maybe, again, that was what MJ was going for. Hopefully Book 2 will help smooth my ruffled feathers.

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  • Denise Herrera
  • 13-03-2019

Oh my freaking epic!!

This review is for both books. This is one of my all time favorite stories ever! I ugly cried so hard it is not even funny! I cannot begin to explain the how great of a love story this book is. The gamete of emotions that I went through was so incredible. I wish I had a love story as epic as this without all the tragedy of course.
Summer Morton was freaking amazing! This narration was one of the best ever. She did such an amazing job differentiating between all the voices it was uncanny.
Worth every freaking penny and should be made into a movie for sure.

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  • Ryan Mauricio
  • 24-02-2019

An emotional journey from start to finish

An interesting well thought out viewpoint that captures ones actions and reactions with integrity and honesty. Never under estimating the will of the heart, it leaves the reader wanting a HEA for Lucy.