Pieces of Us by N.R. Walker
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
A stunning conclusion to one of the best series’ N.R. Walker has produced.
As Dallas and Justin continue to get used to life post his traumatic brain injury, things are moving along nicely when a figure from the past comes along to put a spanner in the works.
I’ve loved every one of these books all for the same reason – they perfectly demonstrate what loving and caring for someone else should mean.
Supportive, encouraging, Dallas is a solid rock for his Jussy as he comes to terms with how he has to cope now that his brain doesn’t work in the same way it once did.
The main thrust of this book is simply to round off all the outstanding elements which were left over from the previous two installments, and it’s a beautiful romance.
I wish I had a Dallas ❤
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Fragile Ground by Louisa Keller
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
This is a truly special love story. It could have been full of cliches focusing as it does on a man with amnesia who has no memory of his partner.
But, in the hands of another debut author, this romance turns into something more. It’s about choices and connections, about trust and life experiences.
It’s also, at the heart of it, about falling in love all over again with someone who’s never stopped loving you but is afraid to rely on those feelings remaining.
I loved both Olivier and Auriel. Each had vulnerabilities which gives the book its fragile title. Their previously solid relationship had been stretched thin after the accident and coma as each one tried to deal with the two year memory loss.
I was so very glad that Olivier didn’t get his memories back, there was no magic cure, they both put in the effort to choose to be in love and remain in love.
This is an impressive debut from Louisa and I look forward to more work from her.
#ARC received from the author in return for an honest and unbiased review.
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