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Forgetting You, Remembering Me

Memories from Yesterday, Book 2
Narrated by: Summer Morton
Length: 13 hrs and 32 mins
4.0 out of 5 stars (3 ratings)

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Publisher's Summary

The stunning conclusion to this epic love story that began with Forgetting You, Forgetting Me from International Bestselling author, Monica James.

The truth sets you free...but what happens when everything you believe in changes in the blink of an eye? 

All I ever wanted was for my fiancé, Samuel Stone, to remember me. And now that he does...all I want is for him to forget. Through tragedy, I found myself and who I was destined to become. But more importantly, I found who I was destined to be with. 

With a single word, Saxon Stone changed my life forever. He taught me how to live again. But now that Samuel remembers and all secrets have been revealed, I’m left to wonder which life I’m meant to lead.

Divided by my head and my heart, I’m torn between duty and desire. Samuel is my past while Saxon is my forever. The choice should be easy.

But love never is…

"The Memories from Yesterday duet will go down on my ALL-TIME favourites duet list" -The Romance Cover 

"I absolutely loved this story!!! It’s one of the biggest rollercoasters. Ever. So many ups and downs, twists and turns. I cried so much" -Two Book Pushers

"An absolutely superb book by Monica. Even though it is only January, I am sure that this one will be in my Top Five for 2018" -Reading Is Our Satisfaction

"The Memories From Yesterday duet has brought us a relentless onslaught of highs and lows, happiness and heartbreaks, but it was worth every second of it. What an emotional roller coaster ride! Be prepared for the journey of a lifetime!" -Dreamland, A Book Blog

"Make sure you have tissues, wine, and plenty of time to read. You are not going to be able to put this one down" -Booked All Night 

"Monica James writes so well that there is never a boring moment! 5 fantastic stars from me!" -Olga, therebelreader

©2018 Monica James (P)2018 Brilliance Publishing, Inc., all rights reserved.

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  • Tom
  • 17-03-2019

No Happy Ever After

very disappointed story slow and so sad. Lucy is dismal and a pushover poor Saxson

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  • angeljoei
  • 06-08-2020

Grab the tissue

This book got me in the feels. I literally had to stop painting my house to sit and cry big fat ugly tear, as I listened to this book. So freaking good. But make sure to read or listen to the first book before this one. Great duet

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  • Terri
  • 26-06-2020

Cannot Like Her

She is the most unlikable character ever. She is self-centered, selfish and overall annoying. A great ending would be driving her off a cliff and having him fall on love with the paramedic. If you've read/heard the first book, I'd say quit while you're ahead. Any more would be a spoiler. I'm not prone to name calling or cussing, she makes me do both. Frequently.

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  • jenelle
  • 25-06-2020

Wow

Amazing it was just amazing I cried I laughed I love this book just an amazing story

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  • Madeline
  • 16-06-2020

Too Much

Ok, so he really died and was gone and because she cried over him, he came back. That was too much. It should have just been that he came out of the coma or something other than that unbelievable mess.

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  • Jean
  • 12-03-2020

Agonizingly Beautiful!!!

Oh wow Monica James is an amazing writer!!! This story went straight for the heart. It had heart reaching moments and then fierce loving and healing. I laughed, felt the sexy heat between Lucy & Saxon, and used a ton of tissues for the sad parts. WoW!!!

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  • SmilingJade
  • 18-01-2020

heart wrenching and painfully dragged out but a good tear jerker

This is book 2 of the duet and I feel so frustrated for Lucy...who has gone through so much in the first book...I felt that it didn’t have to drag but totally understand what it is like to fall out of love and be lied to and realized the love of your life. The choices one has to make when you realized you love someone else more but you have all the memories from the other love. Overall, a tear jerker which tugs at your heart all the way to the very end of the book...

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  • NisaWelton
  • 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

It's a tear jerker at times and long winded

But, it's worth the read. The characters are moving, the plight heart wrenching and the over-all message is of love.

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  • Coooper
  • 17-04-2019

DRAMA, EGO AND LESS THAN ALPHA MEN

This story has too much drama, actually not really drama so much as dramatic reactions to almost everything. Lucy is caught in a whirl wind of EGO. It's not that she thinks so much of herself it's that she's always thinking of herself. The entire story is about her thinking she can do something about everything and that everyone's problems are her fault. It got really old in the first book and even older in the second. Hard time finishing this one. At one point, for several days, did not want to listen to the rest of the story, even my curiosity didn't get the better of me. Then, I wanted to know who she chose to actually be in love with. Very odd story. Very odd narration. Not at all impressed. Hope this author learns more about life and writing and the narrator practices before she narrates another book. It was more of a narration and less of a performance. Again, not impressed.