⭐️⭐️OOOMMGGGG my romance novel kick is officially over. What started as a really good first book became a really frustrating and annoying series. I really have enjoyed Colleen Hoover lately and I’ve read a bit of Tarryn Fisher and really liked her, but this joined series was NOT what I expected.
Charlie and Silas have been in love with each other for most of their lives, but when their fathers’ financial group falls apart and causes a rift in their relationship, they start to change I to different people and drift apart. Somewhere along the line they lose their memories and forget who they are, as well as each other, their families, and their friends. They come to find that this happens every 48 hours and have to find a way to stop it.
I mean, it was a cute romance story, but it just got kind of annoying and repetitive after a while. I’m ready for some sci-fi now!!
Again, I'm not a romance novel kind of person, and this one was really damn good. It got a little corny at the end, but overall it was great. The only reason I'm not giving it five stars is because of the corny ending.
Tate is a nurse/student who moves in with her brother in his apartment; on the night that she moves in Miles (the neighbor across the hall) is drunk and thrown against her new home's door. He ends up being a friend of her brother's and she allows Miles to sleep on the couch. You can immediately feel the sexual tension between the two of them and it never lets up over the course of the book. Of course, they end up having a thing, but Miles tells her that this is strictly sex and nothing will come of it, but of course-Tate falls for him anyway. But Miles' secret past is revealed to the reader through Miles' POV chapters, and believe me when I say that I was NOT expecting that twist. Of course, there is a happy ending, but not one that I expected. I really enjoyed it :)