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READ & DOWNLOAD ¾ Remember Me à [Read] ➮ Remember Me By Michelle N. Onuorah – Johns-cycling-diary.co.uk Kristen Tyverson lives the ideal life Happily married with three children she has worked her way to becoming one of the most successful reporters in the country While reporting on conditions in Afghan Kristen Tyverson lives the ideal lShe has no recollection of the past years of her life Her husband her children her career all a mystery to her Grateful to have his wife back and determined to hold their family together Mark Tyverson makes it his mission to win his wife’s heart again regardless of whether she remembers him or not Remember Me is a story that traces the hard work of piecing back a life torn apart b. same review left on First I would like to thank Ms Onuorah for entrusting me with her words Second I was given a copy for an honest review so here goes This is my second experience reading an interracial romance novel with spiritualChristian overtones I did not like the first that shall remain nameless because of inconsistencies however Ms Onuorah's Remember Me attempts was a better reading excursion meaning that I did not flounce her storyLet's be clear my review is subjective to me but I hope it will assist other readers in their buying decision or not and provide constructive criticism to the author or not as wellRemember Me was well written I enjoyed the premise about a couple's life disrupted by war it compelled me to stick with all 200 pages I loved the way the book began allowing me to see a typical day in the lives of the TyversonsEven though there were than a handful of incorrectly marked conversation tags that were really action tags and I guessed correctly that the author would use a cliche d virgin status in the story line these did not detract from the overall plot Because of Remember Me I am intrigued by this author's other works and would purchase one of her books Kudos to Ms Onuorah for the special way she handled the religious theme that runs throughout Remember Me It was done skill and care because the story did not become overly preachy but was in my opinion a realistic look at a family dealing with an unplanned upheaval I can only imagine the fine line an author has to walk while writing a romance novel with spiritual overtones These are the areas I would have liked exploration SPOILERS may be inadvertently shared 1 we learn Kristen has a step father who put her down verbally because it's hinted that he wanted her sexually Even though she shares a close relationship with her deceased mother Kristen never shared that information to her which seemed plausible with me However I was wondered why Kristen never harbored any residual issues with her mother or why the author never considered adding that emotional conflict as an additional way to let the reader into Kristen's head 2 the sex it was fade to black I am a woman near these fictional couple's ages a wife a mother and a Christian the sex and it's descriptions left much to be desired To me there was no chemistry One can fade to black yet still draw the reader into the very intimate experiences of the mates However I felt disconnected Additionally the couple's first sexual re connection after the accident occurred after an event with Mark's family which I felt in my opinion the timing was out of place3 Mark and his step mother was simply needed in my opinion He resolved his issues with his father but we're all left hanging when Mark's and his step mother's relationship is left wide open at a potentially emotional scene I asked myself why didn't the author take the plunge and explore the fall out from this scene And again it's my opinion that the events that happened afterward simply felt disjointedIt's my opinion that had #1 and #3 from above been included the reader would be introduced to another layer of conflict and see how the main characters resolved or not them In all Remember Me is well written with consistent characterizations and a compelling plot exhibiting the power of forgiveness redemption and love

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Kristen Tyverson lives the ideal life Happily married with three children she has worked her way to becoming one of the most successful reporters in the country While reporting on conditions in Afghanistan she is severely injured during a bombing For months she is presumed dead and her family mourns her passing unaware that she has survived When she is found alive it is revealed that. At times I despair at the lack of romance and true love in the IR genre Too often the sex in a story dominates and completely buries a potentially interesting story beneath the heaving bosoms bulging muscles and sweaty bodies of lovers caught under the spell of instant attraction Don't get me wrong sex in a book is a good thing But I read romance books to get caught up in a story of love that's sometimes lost sometimes found but that ultimately endures That said I want to express how pleased I was as I read Remember Me by Michelle N Onuorah This folks was a story about love The love a family that lost one of its own only to find her again Unfortunately the woman that comes home is not as she once wasThe Tyverson's are a loving family with a strong foundation of faith Kristen has an award winning career as a journalist and often travels to dangerous locations as a part of reporting the news Mark is a self employed man who supports his wife's career Between the two of them they are raising three children two girls and one son On Kristen's latest assignment a terrorist attack has the world assuming her death When she is discovered alive some weeks after her assumed death she returns home to her family Unfortunately there's a problem Kristen believes that her only family is her mother and she doesn't remember the family that she left behind She only remembers her life as it was earlier before meeting Mark or becoming a journalistic success The story examines the impact that amnesia has on Kristen and the family as a whole It also takes the reader along for their journey toward reestablishing and rediscovering the love that memory has lostThere are so many reasons why I enjoyed this book The struggle the Tyverson's go through to become a family again was very well described Each character was well drawn and easily identifiable I felt for Kristen Imagine waking up certain that you are a young woman at the very start of your career only to discover that you have children a husband and that you've lost a beloved parent years before I felt for her children Their mother promised to come home and although she eventually physically returned it wasn't as the same person who left Most of all I felt for Mark What a beautifully written man I fell in love with this character Yes he has flaws he's human after all but his devotion and love for his wife will touch your heart deeply He's just a man who loves his wife and his children yet he's faced with the real possibility that his wife as he knew her would never come back His emotions heck all of the emotions in this book are so elouently written that you can't help but become invested Remember Me is a wonderful book that will tug on your heart It's not not wildly sexual or filled with over the top angst or manufactured drama It is about love It is about faith It is about the power of both love and faith I suggest this book to readers who want something than overheated lust from their romance Keep writing Ms Onuorah I can't wait to see what you release nextI was given a copy of this book in exchange for a fair and honest reviewRead of my reviews at Romance Between the Covers

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Remember MeY memory loss It explores the hardship both the victim faces as well as those around her robbed of the person they know when she is robbed of the memories she had Will Kristen Mark and their three children be able to rise to the challengePlease note there is occasional cursing and various references to sexuality and spirituality within this work of fiction Reader discretion is advised. I've had Type N on my shelf for some time and now I'm kicking myself for not reading it sooner because this book was a gem to read I had a hard time putting it down and was so disappointed every time I had to go do something That's a great sign for a book making my keeper shelf and this one has earned it The strength of Remember Me lies in the charactersI love the way Ms Onuorah gives each character their own personality which bounces off each other so smoothly The Tyverson's were such an adorable family The kids came across precocious yet respectful and never annoying I enjoyed seeing them come together to help Kristen through her recovery I also loved how awesome Mark was and how tender patient and supportive he was of his wife He reminded me of my own husband and I often found myself reading and stepping into Kristen's situation to empathize with her Her journey back to her family was one that had me cheering and sometimes I even wondered if she'd get her full memory back I loved that the story was inspirational and the subject of faith and God fit right into the healing process I hesitate to call this a mere romance because it was so much than a romance story It's a story about falling in love again finding out what really matters in life and learning to trust There were a couple of great side stories the author dealt with regarding Caleb reacting to his mother's return how it affects his schooling and also another story about the death of Mark's mother and the rift between his father that were dealt with in an engaging manner The characters all felt like living and breathing human beings and a family I wouldn't mind knowing in real lifeThe one criticism I have is the narrative style which was slightly confusing due to the head hopping POV and omniscient perspective The characters and writing were strong enough to suck me in each time and after a while I embraced it as a style choice from the authorI appreciated the fact that the author didn't spend too much time on Kristen's life before she went to Afghanistan It gave this reader a chance to go on the Tyverson's journey back to what life was like before Kristen left I was cheering for Kristen and many times wondered where the story may take me Some readers may find the course of actions predictable but those wanting a comforting inspiring and uplifting read will devour Rememer Me and find themselves revisiting the Tyverson's journey in the future once again