Do You Remember - Mandy Baggot
Source: Review Copy courtesy of HarperImpulse
First Love. First Loss. Last chance?
2005 was the most traumatic year of Emma Barron’s life. It was the year her mother died and the year she met Guy Duval. Eight years on, she’s an English teacher with a doting boyfriend and a young son. Life’s been hard but now it’s comfortable. She’s settled and content…so why would she risk it all for another chance with the man that broke her heart?
Guy’s an international renowned footballer newly signed to a top UK team. But behind the confident facade is a man determined to drown the horrors from his childhood with fame, success and money.
Unable to confide in her best friend, Ally, Emma tries to hold her life together as her heart is pulled apart. Did she turn her back on love too soon?
Neither of them know what really happened on 5 September 2005 and as events are slowly revealed can anyone cope with the truth?
Mandy Baggott has some serious imagination and story telling skills let me tell you. Remember Me absolutely stunned me not once, not twice, but three times! I mean seriously shocked, stunned! My head was everywhere. We all know that when books do this to us, then they deserve to be shouted about and recommended to every single reader available for us to tell.
I won't give no second blurb, no character references just my word that this is one amazing story and I urge you all to go get a copy now. Not even in a minute or later, right this second. Click that button and buy it.