Title: Love Water Memory
Author: Jennie Shortridge
Genre: Women’s Fiction
Publication Date: January 14, 2014
Publisher: Gallery Books
Event organized by: Literati Author Services, Inc.
SynopsisIf you could do it all over again, would you still choose him? At age thirty-nine, Lucie Walker has no choice but to start her life over when she comes to, up to her knees in the chilly San Francisco Bay, with no idea how she got there or who she is. Her memory loss is caused by an emotional trauma she knows nothing about, and only when handsome, quiet Grady Goodall arrives at the hospital does she learn she has a home, a career, and a wedding just two months away. What went wrong? Grady seems to care for her, but Lucie is no more sure of him than she is of anything. As she collects the clues of her past self, she unlocks the mystery of what happened to her. The painful secrets she uncovers could hold the key to her future—if she trusts her heart enough to guide her.
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Lucie is found standing in the bay up to her knee's, she doesn't remember who she is. After her story goes on the news her fiancé comes forward and takes her home. She's suffering from amnesia.
Once she gets home, she still trying to remember, she remembers nothing.
I struggled with this book. I thought it was a bit slow. I think the story it's self was ok, but I just didn't connect with it. It made me sad as I was looking forward to this from the Blurb.
I think the concept of the story was good. I liked the characters. I don't know what it was I just wasn't feeling it. It did make you think about what would happen if it happened to you.
I am giving this 3/5 because I did like the concept of the story.
About the Author
Jennie Shortridge has published five novels: Love Water Memory,When She Flew, Love and Biology at the Center of the Universe,Eating Heaven, and Riding with the Queen. When not writing, teaching writing workshops, or volunteering with kids, Jennie stays busy as a founding member of Seattle7Writers.org, a collective of Northwest authors devoted both to raising funds for community literacy projects and to raising awareness of Northwest literature.