- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 3715 KB
- Print Length: 296 pages
- Page Numbers Source ISBN: 0998624632
- Publisher: DA Publishing; 1 edition (30 May 2017)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B071ZMPX7S
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 6 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #310,962 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Remember: A Symbols of Love Novel Kindle Edition
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I didn't realise this was the second in a series but thankfully I had read the first one. Whilst I do think you could read this without having read the first book, you would be missing some back story in terms of the disappearance of Millie's father.
Millie came across as weak in the first book, and I suppose in some ways she had been. I really enjoyed seeing the real Millie re-emerge and grow back into a strong and confident woman. Dean, the hero, was my favourite character. He wasn't too overbearing or arrogant, but balanced being a strong male with being caring and open.
I love a good and well written second chance book, and this definitely fits that criteria. I also really liked that this didn't follow the typical cliched formula of :-
1. will they, wont they?
2. get together
3. break up over something (usually a secret or misunderstanding)
4. get back together.
There is an awful lot of story in this book, some of it involving Millie and Dane and their relationship, some involving their family and some involving their pasts. The writing is of a high quality and the book is well edited. The plot was easy to follow, had a good pace, kept me engaged at all times and was never predictable - there were more than a few surprises along the way, especially when I thought it was building up to one of those cliches but instead the author spun the tale in a different direction.
The two main characters are complex and well thought through, believable and likeable. There are also lots of supporting characters that add extra depth to the story. I can't wait to read Lilly's story!
PS I ended up reading until late at night just to finish the book.
We first meet Millie in Rise and her character in Remember is one that we could all relate to in many ways. She was a lost soul on so many aspects but as she is trying to rediscover herself, her high school love Dean, who is so darn sexy, shows up and a second chance romance is rekindled and set on fire. I don't want to give too much away but it is safe to say you don't want to miss this story that is full of happiness, sadness, betrayal, loss, passion, heartache but most of all love that has the power to heal all things.
I enjoyed how Dylan Allen takes us on a journey of self discovery and makes us realize what is truly important in life. Her writing is so flawless and allows her characters to come to life to the point we feel, understand and relate to them on so many levels. We could feel their love and passion and boy did Dean and Millie have some hot passion going on but in a beautiful way. Their chemistry and attraction pulled you into their story right from page one. The alternating points of view from both Millie and Dean allowed us to fully follow their adventure. I encourage everyone to read this inspiring novel as it will truly touch your heart and stay with your forever. Thanks Dylan for another amazing read!!
This is Milly and Deans story, so it's the second book in the Symbols of Love series. These are interconnected standalone reads but I'd still highly recommend Rise to start. Just so you get the whole picture. This is Milly's turn now though and she's the older sister.
Milly and Dean were high school sweethearts, and don't we just love second chance romances. You feel their pain and heartache seep through the pages, how they yearn and want what they once had. For Milly and Dean their relationship got twisted into their families life as such so separated for a time. And years later Milly is very much the shell she once was. But she's pulling herself up and starting a new.
"I know one thing, and only one thing, for certain, and that is I was placed on this earth to love you."
Do you know what I loved about this book? The communication between both parties, these characters are older, wiser and stronger so whatever they are hit with they learn to talk and live it head on. I'd say ultimately this read is about learning to LIVE AGAIN. Learning to breathe and above all learning to Love and fall in love from the beginning.
And Dean Dean Dean SWOOOON mine mine mine.. #justsaying LOL
On another note the one thing I ADORE about this read was the ethos of family. The unit, the love and the care that seeps through the whole book, you cannot do anything but hold it tight to your heart. They will just take your breathe away. It was fun, loving, emotional and I'll say it again but COMMUNICATION just made this book for me. I loved how they just chatted it out. Dealt with it and moved on. They are being adults seriously I am in awe of them.
And lastly this couple just fit together with ease. They are sensual to the T.. they love and loved hard.. plus the writing the writing flowed with ease, I was absolutely engaged through the whole book. Once I started I couldn't stop so my advice take a day off LOL
I am excited for what's to come next, so do I recommend it.. YES YES YES
Enjoy my loves..
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