'A great holiday read.' NetGalley Reviewer
‘I was swept away by this book.’ Netgalley Reviewer
‘A lovely story about finding a second chance where you least expect it’ Netgalley Reviewer
‘A warm, hopeful read that reminds you what is important in life. You will not want to put it down until the last page. I loved this novel.’ Sally Hepworth, author of 'The Secrets of Midwives'
‘As beautiful as the flowers that proliferate through the novel, 'The Memories of Us' is a story about love, second chances, and taking risks.’ Natasha Lester, author of 'Her Mother's Secret'
‘Carnevale's writing is effortless and sharp and her dialogue crisp. She's a master of creating emotionally compelling characters and crafting a sweeping love story that the reader remembers long after they turn the last page. It's a beautiful story that you won't forget.’ Chicklit Club
‘If you had your time over, would you fall in love with the same person? Would you live the same life twice?' After a car accident, Gracie loses all the memories that define her and is forced to examine the person she has become. Addictive and heartfelt reading from a new Australian voice.
Here are some things you should know:
The yellow toothbrush is mine.
You sleep with your socks on.
You set your alarm for 5:45 am every morning and then you go for a run.
You and I were the closest thing to perfect I ever knew in my life.
After an accident leaves Gracie with severe amnesia, she's forced to decide: live a life that is made up of other people's memories of who she was, or start a new life on her own. Leaving her fiance Blake behind, she moves to the country where she takes on the task of reviving her late mother's abandoned flower farm.
While attempting to restart a business with an uncertain future, she tries to decide whether to let Blake back into her life now that he's a stranger. What she doesn't count on is developing a deep connection with Flynn, a local vet who is her neighbour.
Forced to examine the person she has become, Gracie confronts the question: if you had your time over, would you live the same life twice?