hurt each other, my soulmate and me…
is found on a remote beach in the south of Spain with a head injury and no
recollection of how she got there. Recovering in hospital, she is desperate to
return to her twenty-five-year-old, single life in Sydney.
has lost ten years of memories and her world becomes unrecognisable.
husband, Will, arrives to collect her, and she is told she has three young
children waiting at home in London.
the emotional journey to reclaim the life she’s forgotten, learn how to be a
wife and mother, and mend a broken marriage. She wants to remember everything…
all memories worth fighting for, even the ones that hurt?
Sunny Shelly’s Review: 5 Stars
My heart broke for Faith and what she went through. And while I at first didn’t like Will, I began to see him in a different light. He was desperately trying to hold his family together (and no small feat, with three children) when his wife had no memory of the life they shared. There is a rollercoaster of emotions in this book, Will and Faith’s struggle is raw and painful, as they both realize how beautiful and fragile love is. Will was a rock, a devoted husband and father fighting a losing battle at times, but refused to give up.
As a mom myself, Faith’s situation hit me hard. Get some tissues ready when you read this, because you will need them. I received an advanced copy and voluntarily left a review.
to remember, Faith,” he said softly. “I want you to remember all the good times
and leave out the bad ones.”
think I get to pick and choose.”
did things we weren’t proud of. Things that I’d be happy for you to forget. But
if it comes back to you, I want you to know that I’m sorry. It was my fault.”
ask him what we’d done, what awful things we’d put each other through. But I
was afraid to know. Maybe, in some ways, my memory loss was a blessing. All the
bad things had been wiped clean while for Will, he had to live with them each
day, had to remember every word, every hurtful action.
closer and rested my head on his chest. At first his body stiffened, then he
relaxed, put his arm around me and held me close.
like that for a time while something skimmed the sky high above us.
shooting star,” he said.
International Space Station.”
Then he bent his head, put his lips on mine and kissed me.
Montebello was born and raised in Sydney, Australia, where she lives with her
husband and two young children.She is the bestselling author of The
Quarantine Station and the Belle Series (Interwoven, A House of Lies
and Beneath the Pepper Tree).
Michelle won the 2018 Best New Author category in the AusRom Today Reader’s
Choice Awards. She was also a finalist for Author of the Year and Interwoven was a finalist for Best Book.
She has a
keen passion for reading, writing and travel.