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  • Good read

    Imagine if you could press ‘reset’ on a marriage that’s gone wrong and choose a different path for it. The other path – the one where you say together, in love.Because of Leo’s memory loss, Molly and Leo have that opportunity. At first, this book discombobulated me a bit. For the first half, it’s told from the present by Molly, and the past by Leo because, after his head injury, their past is all Leo can remember. The different timelines felt a little choppy initially, and some of the transitions were short, so I didn’t always have sufficient time to get to know, or feel sympathy for, the characters before being whisked to the other. I soon got used to it, though, but always needed to keep an eye on the date I was reading in. Both characters were well written and both are flawed. In fact, I didn’t like Leo a great deal. I found him to be selfish and arrogant and certainly past-Leo was almost entirely unwilling to compromise. Molly loved him, though, so it’s testament to the writing that I wanted the best for them. This story is a wonderful antidote to billionaire romances, a role reversal where the money of one partner creates more issues than it solves – at least for Leo and his unreasonable pride. Although the characters have a clean slate on which to rebuild their marriage, there are layers of complexity still lurking. Molly remembers everything they’ve gone through but just as Leo is rediscovering his memories, they are both rekindling their love for each other. I love that this book is set in Australia with a diverse element that isn’t often present in mainstream literature on an international stage. I have a big soft spot for Australian TV, film and literature, anyway. There is something beautiful about this second chance love story, and in watching Leo and Molly get their opportunity to repair and heal. I would be very interested to read Ms. Rimmer’s other books. I received a free copy of this book from NetGalley in return for an honest review.

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  • When I Lost You

    Loved it. Love isn't always easy. I love these characters and watching them learn and mature together. Great book I couldn't put it down.

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  • An excellent read

    A story of love that went wrong. Well written and you can picture the characters when you are reading. Hard to put down. Wanted to keep reading.

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  • When I Lost You

    Lovely story line, I found it interesting still deciding on how I feel about the truth of the relationship from the beginning not being put clear out in the open.

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  • When I lost you

    I really enjoyed this book it's the second one I've read from this author and I'll e looking for more. This was one of those books that had me speed reading to see what was going to happen.

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