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REMEMBER ME - Part Two (Finding Me) Kindle Edition
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I thoroughly enjoyed the Find Me, Remember Me, Keep Me books by Michelle Mankin. I always enjoy Michelle’s writing but I particularly enjoyed this romance which features older characters, and for once, an older than the hero, heroine (shocker!).
Michelle gave me a taster of the first book back in November and then left me hanging for more! When an ARC of all three books arrived on my kindle I was beside myself and delved back in straight away. I re-read all the chapters that I had already read so I could be transported to St John with Anna and Johnny!
Initially, the story is set on the Island of St John which Michelle describes beautifully. I absolutely adore books with an Island setting and this was no exception. This story, told mostly from Anna’s point of view, but also occasionally from Johnny, is more than just a romance story; it’s a story of self-discovery, and rejuvenation. At the start of these books, Anna’s confidence was at an all-time low, it was great to see that turn around and for Anna to find herself once more.
Annabelle, a forty one year old, mother of two teenage boys, travels to St John alone following her marriage breakdown. Her best friend Claire arranges for Anna to stay at her brother Johnny’s beachside villa. Johnny isn’t supposed to be there, and Anna believes that the caretaker is meeting her at the port. But, well, that’s not quite the situation! Of course!
We don’t get the greatest first impression of Johnny but he sure turns it around. What’s not to love about a mysterious, bearded, troubled but gentle souled fella? Johnny was a great character; he had his own issues going on but the way he gave Anna her confidence back and fought for her was heart-warming.Read more ›
continuation od Johnny and Annabelle's story.
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With this latest installment, we watch as Annabelle goes through the motions, her only bright spot, her two boys and the bestie she has in Cassie, who happens to be Johnny's sister. As Annabelle dives headfirst into her work, planning a charity event, she is only more lonely by the minute, wishing things could be different for her.
This is a series I am loving. The older woman, somewhat younger man kind of theme. Played against the turmoil of that woman and what she wants and yes, even deserves, out of life. Wanting what is best for her family yet knowing she might never get what she really wants. The memories of a man who brought her back to life. I am finding myself glued to my Kindle, not knowing how it might all play out but rooting wholeheartedly that Annabelle and Johnny might just find their way back to each other.
Michelle Mankin has once again upped her game and brought to life a story that is a fresh as it is touching. Characters created that take a hold of your heart and don't let go.
Part Three will be here in a couple of days. Thank goodness!! I am nervous but excited to see how it all plays out.
A solid 5 stars!!!
In a lot of ways REMEMBER ME is like FINDING ME. In FINDING ME Anna is trying to find herself after leaving a husband that was unfaithful one too many times. She is trying to figure out who she is, where the old her went, and who she will become. In REMEMBER ME she has to figure out who she is after knowing Johnny Lightning for such a short, but beautiful moment in time, all while trying to reconcile with her husband once again.
I really enjoyed this part of the series. While we didn't get the hotness and romance like we did in part one, we did get an amazing story. And it was perfect. That is what this book called for...story!! Mankin delved deeper into her Anna's character and let us get to know her a little more. And I came out of this book really feeling for her and wishing for her to find a way out of this loveless marriage and back into the arms of the man she loves.
This series is a definite must read for anyone that is looking for a quick and enthralling read. I was hooked from the start of part one and this one left me eager to dive into the next and final part. And after that ending it seems that all hell is about to break loose. I for one cannot wait. So I am off to read it and see what happens next!!!
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This installment cemented Anna's character for me. She's kind, generous, and compassionate. The interactions with her family and friends were genuine. And it made me all the more certain she deserves more out of life than Charles.
Then Johnny appears once again. Can they remember who they were together back on the island?
If you thought that Ms. Mankin had a great ending in Part 1 with the “what the hell” and with the mouth wide open just wait until you read Part 2. Annabella left the island with her husband Charles after he left her no choice if she put her kids’ best interest in front of her own. But what happened to Johnny? Not even his sister and Annabelle’s best friend, Claire, knows where he is right now and at this point he is nothing but a fond memory (or a really hot erotic dream..wink, wink) to Annabelle. I am still trying to figure out if Charles’ intention of trying to make the marriage work is for real or not. I have to hand it to Annabelle for her quick thinking when Charles demanded moving back into their bedroom. Annabelle thought that before they took that step that they both should be tested by a doctor to make sure they were clean.
Annabelle has finally learned who Johnny really is. You are introduced to Annabelle’s brother and sister and they, along with Claire, are helping Annabelle with a fundraiser for The Wounded Warriors of which, her own brother is one of. At one point in the party she hears people mentioning Johnny’s name and turns and cannot believe that her Johnny is standing there and comes up to her and whispers by her ear “Remember Me”. Love, Love, Love the ending. Now I’m off to read Keep Me Part 3.
This book was provided as an ARC from the author for an honest review.
This story is a true romantic read. I literally felt my heart flutter while reading this story. The words that Mankin puts to paper drip with love, admiration and pure heart. The character Johnny is a true gentleman who guards those he cares for with genuine ferocity and loves unequivocally. He will make you melt into gushy little pieces.
I also enjoyed the character of Annabelle. Annabelle is an older woman with two teenage boys and a husband who is a jerk at his finest. He treats Annabelle like property and in an attempt to regain her life and dignity she takes a personal trip to St. Johns. Its like a reset button. Annabelle though she has her insecurities is still a very strong character. Throughout the novel she faces very real and understandable obstacles and dilemmas for a woman in her position. She wants a love that is real but she also must do what is best for her family and children. I liked seeing her struggle with her emotions and what was the right course for her. That is life, its not easy all the time to make decisions especially when you are at a different phase in your life.I liked seeing her overcome the barriers that kept her from being happy from the perspective of an older woman.
I would have liked the story to be a bit longer with some more development with Johnny and Annabelle's family, especially her sons. Annabelle's sons were very important to her and I would have liked to see some more conversation and bonding between them and Johnny, we get a small glimpse of them together and some conversation between Annabelle and her son CJ and Trent, but I would have liked Mankin to delve into that a bit more from both the perspective of the boys and Annabelle.
Overall I enjoyed this story, there are some heart wrenching moments, some moments that will make you seriously pissed especially when it comes to Annabelle's husband Charles, and some moments that will lift your spirits. I enjoyed the underlying theme of second chances. Both Johnny and Annabelle has a history of heartbreak and I loved that they both were able to get past it and find happiness again.
I have been reading Mankin for some time now and she never disappoints. Satisfying romantic read with true heart!