I have been waiting forever for this romance. I am not an audiobook person, so knowing I had to wait even longer for the Kindle version to release was unbearable. And it was definitely worth the wait. Ed and Clementine were so good together, trying to work through the old heartache and moving forward in their lives. Even though their breakup was devastating, Ed was never mean or dismissive of Clem’s new reality. I loved watching them fall in love, and even though it was the second time for him, it was all brand new feelings for Clem. Amnesia is one of my favorite, super small tropes that I love to read about, and adding in a bit of suspense and mystery to the story made this romance perfect. Kylie Scott’s writes awesome hero and heroines plus great side characters. I’m hoping we get more stories in this world because I want Ed’s brothers to find love.
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"But if we both like things a little different now, is that really such a problem? I don't want you second-guessing every thought and holding back. I like us the way we are now."
His teeth gently threaten my neck, his grip on my breast tightening to a sweet edge of pain. It would seem the man is part animal when it comes to sex. How awesome.
"We didn't used to have polite sex," he grumbles because masculine pride clearly takes precedence over working on our relationship.
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From New York Times bestselling author Kylie Scott comes an irresistible new romance.
When a vicious attack leaves 25-year-old Clementine Johns with no memory, she's forced to start over. Now she has to figure out who she was and why she made the choices she did - which includes leaving the supposed love of her life, tattoo artist Ed Larsen, only a month before.
Ed can hardly believe it when his ex shows up at his tattoo parlor with no memory of their past, asking about the breakup that nearly destroyed him. The last thing he needs is more heartache, but he can't seem to let her go again. Should they walk away for good, or does their love deserve a repeat performance?