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    More Magnolia Sound

    Remind Me is such a great second chance for Mallory and Jake, and I love a good second chance romance. We met Jake and Mallory in Sunkissed Days and while you don't have to read that first, it is a great way to start getting to know them. I can't wait to see what's next in Magnolia Sound!
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    A Reconnection of Love

    Fast forward six years from a magical summer in Sun Kissed Days and Mallory has returned to Magnolia Sound for the burial of her beloved great grandfather. Of course she runs into her fling from the summer, Jake. They soon reconnect and their love for each other has only grown through the years. This story is full of emotions, yes I did shed a tear or two, but I also was swooning over Jake many times with a smile on my face. Great sexual chemistry between Mallory and Jake. I am loving this family and can't wait to read more. I highly recommend.
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    Remind Me

    Stop! Make sure you read Sunkissed Days first, you will not be disappointed as it is really the prequel to this one and you will not be disappointed. Jake and Mallory had a hot and heavy fling six years ago and it did not end well. Now Mallory is working in New York and just been promoted when a hurricane is barreling towards Magnolia Sound and her mother calls to tell her Pops will not evacuate. Mallory is panicking and ends up calling Jake and pleading with him to get Zeke to go or stay with him and he ends up staying with him. Good thing since it is Zeke's last days and he knows and this is why he wouldn't go. Coming back to Magnolia Sound for the funeral is devastating for Mallory but coming face to face with Jake was somehow healing. They come together and find a peace together but will they be able to make it work this time? Zeke (Pops) was a sly one and had surprises in his will for everyone and some make sense and some will probably make sense in the books to come in the series. We did better acquainted with the rest of the family and there looks to be some crazy times coming in the future! What is good to know is there is a happy ending here and it was so much fun to watch it happen. I cannot wait to go back to Magnolia Sound for more visits in the future! **Received this ARC for review**
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    Great story

    Having read Sunkissed Days, I could not wait to dive in and see what was happening in Magnolia Sound and how Samantha Chase would conclude the story of Mallory Westbrook and Jake Summerford. Remind Me was the perfect way to conclude their story, although be warned I shed quite a few tears as this story was at times rather emotional. When tragedy strikes and Mallory returns to Magnolia Sound, she knows that she will come face to face with the love of her life, the man who broke her heart. There were times that my heart just about broke for Mallory and Jake as they tried to work through their grief. It is obvious to all around them that Jake and Mallory have unresolved feelings. The question is will they take the leap and act on them, or will fear ruin their chance at happiness? There was drama, spice, romance, love and the secondary characters were just as interesting as Jake and Mallory. I cannot wait to read the next book in the Magnolia Sound series.
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    Amazing Second Chance Story

    Jake and Mallory’s emotional love story continued in Remind Me, book one in Samantha Chase’s Magnolia Sound series. We met Mallory and Jake and their ill-fated romance in the prequel Sunkissed Days. Remind Me is a standalone story and all relevant information is provided. Mallory is living in New York consumed with work and a recent promotion when she learns her great-grandfather Zeke passes away. Given two weeks to get his affairs in order before returning to New York, the perfect plan until Mallory ends up reconnecting with Zeke’s next-door neighbor, Jake, her first love who broke her heart and set the bar for any other guy entering her life. Jake regretted the way things ended with Mallory but with her return, albeit short, maybe they can put the past hurts behind and start over again, even as friends. However, as the two spend time together both realize they want more than just being friends; a rekindling of the love they once had, now that they are both older and mature. Hopefully, this new love will refocus Mallory on what she truly wants in life and a future for them. Maybe New York isn’t really home for her. Maybe it’s actually Magnolia Sound and Jake. Ms. Chase wrote a wonderful and emotional story that is not to be missed. She provided a tale rich with sexual chemistry, amusing banter, and endearing characters giving Mallory and Jake the love and future together, that they always wanted. I highly recommend Remind Me to other readers and can't wait to read more about this family from Magnolia Sound and see what else is in store for us readers. I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book.
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