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The Memory of You by Catherine West–Book Review

 

After thirteen years, Natalie Mitchell is faced with going back to the place where her sister’s tragic death happened, a place she’s avoided since. She is forced to face her past as her father instructs her to check on the status of her grandfather’s winery and possibly shut it down. When she arrives, her childhood friend, Tanner Collins, is anything but happy to see her. As they are forced to work together, they find they both have secrets in their pasts. Will she be able to face her past and move on with her life, or will it haunt her forever? Will she be able to save the winery or will she blindly obey her father’s wishes as she’s always done?

 

Beautifully written, you will not want to put this book down. I loved this book, I loved how the characters were flawed and very well developed. Their struggles are struggles that many people can relate to. I love how West shows how they learn to trust God as they work through their problems. To trust that God makes no mistakes and He has a plan in everything, no matter how horrible it looks to us. I highly recommend this book, go grab yours today!

**I received this book free from the publisher in exchange for review through the Fiction Guild program. I was not required to write a positive review, and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

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The Things We Knew by Catherine West–Book Review

27840648Lynette Carlisle is struggling to take care of her father whose health is failing and make enough money to keep them afloat. When she goes to the bank for help, she finds her old friend Luke Cooper and is distraught by the news he gives her. When her siblings come home to help and discuss their options tensions run high, because most of them blame their father for their mother’s death. In the meantime, old feelings are surfacing in her heart and she is increasingly falling in love with Luke, but will old secrets ruin their budding relationship and possibly tear his family apart? Can they work together to save her family home?

I really enjoyed this book! The characters and storyline were very well-developed. I found myself so drawn into the story I could empathize with the characters. I could see the story in my mind as I was reading. I don’t know if you would call this a suspense or mystery, but there is some mystery in that Lynette is trying to remember her past, and has mysterious dreams se can’t explain as she’s trying to remember the past she forgot. Overall, this was an awesome book, and I highly recommend it.

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**I received this book free from the publisher through the Fiction Guild program. I was not required to write a positive review, and all thoughts and opinions are my own.

 

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