Mayson Grayne has witnessed all of her friends get their happily ever afters, but Mayson doesn't believe in her own HEA. The only man she ever loved deserted her more than 13 years ago after her best friend's tragic death. The only thing Mayson believes in is making it through each day, even though her past as an addict and her broken memories hang over her in a dark cloud.
When Grant Alexander, Mayson's ex, suddenly reappears, her carefully regimented life is disrupted. Old feelings are dredged up, as well as some distorted memories. Aware of her own instability, Mayson struggles with her past, her hot and cold feelings for Grant, and her drug addiction.
Most of Mayson's family and friends believe she is okay, but she doesn't feel okay. As some of her shadowed memories become clearer, one of them with the potential to completely knock her off of her axis, Mayson begins to understand that the truth is not always as she remembers it.
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Thank you for include Donya and Emmit
This story as a whole was good. Listening to “Accidently On Purpose” “Tethered” and “Girl Code”, I never thought about Mason’s Character that much. It was so much I never would have guest about her had I not listened to “Things Remembered”. Thanks to the author for allowing us to meet and get to know Mason and Grant of course :o).
Also I really wanted to hear more about Donya and Emmet because they are my favorite and had hoped that they were included. It was so wonderful being able to get Emmet’s POV. After finishing Tethered, I wanted more from D and E’s story so I thought to myself that I wish we had an Emmets POV book to read. So Thank you L D Davis! Also feel free to add more to the Soulmates(Donya and Emmet) story in the near future. :o)
Now back to the story at hand, I had no Idea how drug addiction works when trying to get clean nor did I know about victims of sexual crimes being victimized again by law enforcement sometimes. These were all great revelations that should be talked about. I’m happy Mason did what she thought was a great step towards justice. I don’t want to spoil anything for others, but this was a great story of hope, love and perseverance. If you’re a fan of the stories, you’ll love to hear about some of your favorites and also meet some new people that you’ll love.
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