Book Review: Love Water Memory by Jennie Shortridge

Love Water Memory
Author: Jennie Shortridge
Reading Level: Adult
Genre: Romance
Released: January 14th 2014
Review Source: Gallery Books

If you could do it all over again, would you still choose him?

At age thirty-nine, Lucie Walker has no choice but to start her life over when she comes to, up to her knees in the chilly San Francisco Bay, with no idea how she got there or who she is. Her memory loss is caused by an emotional trauma she knows nothing about, and only when handsome, quiet Grady Goodall arrives at the hospital does she learn she has a home, a career, and a wedding just two months away. What went wrong? Grady seems to care for her, but Lucie is no more sure of him than she is of anything. As she collects the clues of her past self, she unlocks the mystery of what happened to her. The painful secrets she uncovers could hold the key to her future—if she trusts her heart enough to guide her.

When it comes to memory loss stories, I am usually all over it. I like to follow the journey of how the person unravels this mysterious path of learning about themselves. It is having a self-discovery story along with mystery and thrilled all combined in one story, just like Love Water Memory. I was intrigued to learn of what happened to Lucie. From the very beginning of this book, I was captured by the writing and the “haunt” feeling of Lucie’s worries.

In the verge of parting away from her relationship and two months before her wedding, Lucie is found lost at San Francisco Bay. Found scared and no one to remember, she is taken to the hospital. Days after, a stranger comes and takes her to a place call home. Lucie doesn’t remember him. She doesn’t even know who she really is. How can she possibly know if this stranger is telling her the truth?

What would you do if the person you love is now a stranger? How can someone fall back in love with the same person that is now someone else? How can love overcome such a tragic event?

There are many questions Lucie wants answers to. What made her forget? What broke her to the state of freaking out and not remember anything in her past? Now her goal is to remember.

I enjoyed reading this novel. I found the journey fascinating. I love how Lucie becomes this new person. She had such a rough past and the way it made her was horrific. Now she has hope for a new beginning. Read Lucie’s story in Love Water Memory, it is a great self-discovery path.

1 comment:

  1. Thanks, Leydy! And thanks for sharing your thoughts with so many readers!


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