Love, Water, Memory - Jennie Shortridge



Released April 2013

Jennie Shortridge
Gallery Books

Book Review by Tracy Farnsworth

She's found stood in the San Francisco Bay. She has no identification. She has no clue who she is or how she got there. When her fiance spots her on the news, he immediately calls and reveals her identity, but questions remain. How did Lucie Walker get from Seattle to San Francisco and what was she doing in the water?

Back in her home in Seattle, Lucie knows nothing about her former self. Her fiance, Grady, is just as confused because the woman in his home is nothing like his fiance. She's kinder, less concerned over physical appearance, and certainly doesn't have the shopping addiction she once did. Yet, he feels guilty because he hasn't told her the truth about the events that led to her disappearance.

Love, Water, Memory is addicting. I loved the characters, the situation was plausible and involving, and I really wanted to know what triggered Lucie's disappearance. I couldn't put the book down until I knew.

Every now and then, a book comes along and really leaves a lasting impression. That book is Love, Water, Memory. I've just found a new author for my must-read list!

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