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Remember Me When

The Unforgettable Duet, Book 2
Narrated by: Charlie David
Length: 4 hrs and 13 mins
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Remember Me When is the second and final audiobook in the heartrending and passionate Unforgettable Duet from USA Today best-selling author Brooke Blaine. 

My worst nightmare and your greatest fear became a reality: You don’t remember me. You don’t remember the accident or the weeks afterward. You don’t remember my bed as your safe place, or when, against all odds, you fell for me. You remember me only as the casual acquaintance you saw as you grabbed your daily coffee. Three sugars, two creamers. 

Perhaps an acquaintance is all I’ll ever be to you now. Maybe I can shoulder the heartbreak and the loss of you, if it means you’ll be happy. Unless...you remember me when. 

Remember Me When is the second and final audiobook in the Unforgettable Duet and should only be listened to following Forget Me Not.

©2018 Brooke Blaine (P)2018 Brooke Blaine

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  • Annika
  • 25-01-2019

A romance to remember

I'm a huuuge fan of amnesia stories, they are all calling my name to be read. That being said, the same guy experiencing two bouts of amnesia in a short period of time is a bit much even for me. It is way too unbelievable. But then again, I also said that these books weren't credible and to just shut down your troublesome brain and just enjoy the book for what it is; fluff and sweetness.

Remember Me When picks up about three months after Forget Me Not ended, after Reid woke up after the surgery having forgotten the past few weeks. The past few weeks he spent getting to know and falling in love with Ollie. Unlike the first book, this is told from a dual POV so we get to know Reid a bit more than we did in before. We get to know the confusion he feels, the sense of loss, but not knowing why. We also follow Ollie though the hearbreak when Reid doesn't remember him anymore.

This book is angstier than the first one, mainly because Ollie and Reid are both so lost. Each in their own way. Ollie for losing the man of his dreams, the man he loves and Reid for feeling like a piece of him is missing, that something important happened during the time between the accident and the surgery. I felt for both of them, because it's a horrible situation to be in, and I can (thankfully) only imagine the pain and confusion it brings. That being said, there is also a lot of sweetness, it’s not all angst and sad – far from it. But it didn’t have the same excited and hopeful feeling to it. But in the end, they do find their way back to each other, re-forming the bonds that were broken and truly creating something lasting without fear. This time around I had no qualms about their relationship, no doubt. Reid and Ollie were meant to be with each other and really fit as a couple.

Charlie David truly performs this book and it was pure awesomeness. He brought the angst and the heartbreak to life. Later on in the book he also captured the curiosity and love, the longing. He made listening to this book, this duet, a great experience and I'm hoping to pick up more of his narrations in the future.

A copy of this book was generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review for Love Bytes.