voice when she laughs, her eyes when she cries. Her soul connected to mine, for
better or for worse, for all eternity.I don’t remember.
A blank face. Unrecognizable. The darkness and impenetrable fog, day after day
after day. Who am I? And for that matter, who is she?
I can’t remember.
Two sides to the same coin – one wants to remember, and the other wants to stay
forgotten. Which side will win? Can he trust his heart to bring him back to
her? Or will she stay lost in the fog forever?
I might never remember.
Warning: features adult themes
The story was all about second chances and which path you choose your life to go down.
Right from the start you get meet Jon. You get to meet him when he doesn’t know who he is and wants answers and then again once he knows and in his current life. It was fascinating seeing his reactions to things along the way and him trying to work out what’s best and move forward in his journey but also establish him in life he doesn’t remember.
There was decisions he made along the way that I can’t say I fully agreed with but I did think he did always try to do what he thought was best.
Delaney and Jon’s relationship was a complete car crash. They were homeless and poor but they were perfect together despite all the mess. They seem to be madly in love. Delaney was very unique and I loved her quirks.
Both characters were really well developed and so easy to love. They had so many perfectly sweet moments that will melt your heart over and over again. They did have bumps in the roads like any other couple but always stuck together and came out fighting stronger.
The story was well wrote and I did enjoy how it went from past to present. I just would of preferred it to be not told in third person.
Good emotional, heart breaking story though.
from a remote location in Alaska (where the need for a creative mind is a
necessity!), I have been writing since … forever? Yeah, that sounds about
right. I have been told that I remind people of Lucille Ball – I also see
shades of Jennifer Saunders, and Denis Leary. So basically, I laugh a lot, I’m
clumsy a lot, and I say the F-word A LOT.
more than I like most people, and I don’t trust anyone who doesn’t drink. No, I
do not live in an igloo, and no, the sun does not set for six months out of the
year, there’s your Alaska lesson for the day. I have mermaid hair – both a
curse and a blessing – and most of the time I talk so fast, even I can’t
think that about sums me up.