A past she can’t remember. A love he can’t forget. After losing everything in an accident that he can only blame himself for, Robbie Newlin embraced sobriety and tried to live his life quietly alone at this family’s cottage on the lake. Grief being his only ally, Robbie was perfectly content with how he lived until Faith moved into the cottage next door. Now, Faith, had him questioning whether to keep grieving or to open his broken heart to let love in again. Faith McMillan had no memory of her life before that day three years ago. The physical scars had faded, but the emotional ones were still fresh and raw. Living rent-free seemed like a great way to finish her second book and give her the time to figure out her next move, but then she met the reclusive guy next door, and everything changed. To get past the broken parts, Robbie and Faith must figure out if they want to continue living their lives in solitude or take a chance on finding an ending together.
Hold On To Your Hearts
By Kathy Rouchelle
Quite an amazing story filled with love, heartbreak, mystery, suspense, and did I mention love. This book is very well written and just the way I like them, not that much filler but just enough descriptions to give you what you need at the moment. (I really dislike a bunch of descriptions). The storyline is wonderful and quite sad at the beginning, with some really touching moments in-between. I loved the premise of this story and was not surprised at the outcome but loved it just the same and was extremely happy with it. The characters are so very well developed and a bit complex given their past, but I loved them so very much. His heartbreak, her amnesia! They are wonderful, the supporting characters are just as wonderful. I just finished reading this book this morning and the feelings are still with me. I loved this book so much that I may just read it again very soon.