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Chasing Memories by [Wade, Ellie]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1484 KB
  • Print Length: 299 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 1519634358
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B017Y8SRXC
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars 7 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #20,897 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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The concept of this book is very different from anything I've read. It's very cleverly written because your never quite sure if what Mia is feeling is real or if everyone in her life is lying to her. A must read.
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Reviewed by Donna Elsegood on behalf of Kindle Friends Forever

I always look forward to reading Ellie Wades books as they are full of angst and ultimately love and romance; however, this was something completely different to what I have ever read before.

Mia Chapman is due to marry her childhood sweetheart Grayson Strong. The day before, she experiences a tragedy which has life changing consequences. What her mind believes and what appears to be reality just doesn’t add up.

Quote ~ Mia “My husband, Mom!” “Is he coming? Why isn’t he here? He should be here!”

Mia can't fathom out why she has overwhelming feelings for a man called Aiden. He consumes and confuses her thoughts, but why is he in her head? What is happening to her? Struggling to connect to Grayson, I could feel her frustration, her fears. If my heart went out to her, it despaired for Grayson. What a fantastic character and although there were times I truly felt sorry for him, a part of me couldn’t help wondering if there was more to him. I really thought he'd be able to overcome such a complex situation unscathed; however, little did I realise what the author had in store for me.

I loved how this story skipped from what was her current life and the life she believed she shared with Aiden, the man who she thinks is her soul mate. The emotion I felt for Mia shows how Ellie can write something with so much feeling had me sympathising with the leading lady's dilemma. Actually, I would go so far as saying that I envisaged myself in the same room as Mia wanting to help her uncover the truth. I couldn’t put this story down for a second as I was desperate to know where it would lead me. I asked myself, “Aiden, who are you?” Him constantly being in Mia's mind only seemed to add to my distress.
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Chasing Memories by Ellie Wade
4 stars!!!

“I am so disconnected from this life, and I know it’s because I’m not meant to be living it.”

This is one of those extremely difficult to write reviews because everything is a spoiler, but one thing I will say is that this was extremely unique to me, I loved the premise of the story and it really left me thinking at the end. This was one of those books where I would have loved an alternate ending…maybe this is something that the author may consider, because if you believe in fate and kismet…would the end result always be the same?

“The thing about fate is that it can paint the most magnificent picture with colors you didn’t even know existed, creating a truly brilliant masterpiece. We simply have to be still enough to let it happen.”

This is no run of the mill memory loss story and the way Ellie Wade delivered it was totally captivating. I was emotionally invested in the story and the characters and while on the outside looking in it may have seemed unbelievable, Ellie Wade made me believe. As I said above, this was unique to me, I personally have not read anything like it and while at times the way it was delivered was a little confusing once you understood what was happening and read a little slower it all made perfect sense. We have two stories running side by side, which in itself sounds weird, but it all ties up together, the main character is present throughout both stories and at the end Ellie Wade delivers the bigger picture.

“To me, this life feels like a dream. It’s familiar but shallow. The colors here aren’t vibrant, the emotions are dull, and the love is missing. It is a fond dream, containing some pleasant memories and people I love, but I’m dying to wake up.
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Chasing Memories
My review.

I was lucky enough to receive an arc of this story. I instantly fell in love with the blurb and just knew I would love the rest of the writing too. And indeed I did.

It's a very unique storyline, that kept me interested throughout. Without giving too much away, it flips from past memories to present day, which I really enjoyed.

The intensity of the love that Mia has for Aiden is palpable. I felt the feels alright. There was just the right level of angst too. It actually felt like I was reading a true story, rather than fiction. At the end the author reveals how the story came to her, and suggested a lot of real life truths are threaded into the story. So yeah, that I enjoyed.

I am a huge believer in fate, so this story is right up my alley. I felt I connected with the intensity and love portrayed in this read for sure. But this quote here seemed to sum it up for me x

"The thing about fate is that it can paint the most magnificent picture with colors you didn’t even know existed, creating a truly brilliant masterpiece. We simply have to be still enough to let it happen."

In conclusion it's 5 stars from me. I truly loved this unique love story of fate, true love and happily ever after.

Hayley @ReadLoveRepeat
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