My usual genre of preferred stories that I like to read are romances. So for me to read a none romantic story is almost unheard of. The blurb sounded interesting and I loved the cover. Let me say for a none romance story such as this, it was the best I could have chosen. It deserves no less than 5 stars because it’s that amazing.
June wakes up in the hospital with no recollection of who she is or who her family are either. She as full memory loss. Her older sister, Skylar will help her by reading quotes from the memory jar that they have started years before. The only problem is, is she safe?
This was an highly original story that was beautifully written with a storyline like no other. The author kept me reading for hours on out. I read this on a 5 hour ride from vacation. What I admire about this author is that she was able to keep the suspense going until the very end. When I thought I knew how it was going to go, it would switch around and throw me off course. I was kept on the edge of my seat and biting my nails throughout. It’s very suspenseful. The author has great ability to tell stories that makes me get attach to the characters and feel for them. Bottom line it’s an amazing story that I wouldn’t change anything about it.
This is a standalone written in a dual POV. My teenage daughter would love this story and I would let her because it is age appropriate. I strongly encourage the reading of this addictive story. Jamie will be on my radar for future and past books also.