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    an amazing read

    4.5 stars This book is very different from the other books that I have read from this author and it was amazing! Repeat is a novel that I continued to think about for days after I finished reading it and is a different take on a second chance romance. For starters, the heroine, Clem has amnesia and doesn’t remember the important people in her life. This means she doesn’t remember Ed or why they broke up. With her frontal lobe injury, she has lost her filter and I love how she just says what is on her mind. She is a great heroine. She is strong and resilient - to have survived a vicious attack and how she tries to get on with her life. Ed deeply loved Clem when she broke his heart. He is such a sweetheart. Even though she crushed his heart, he is still super protective of her and clearly cares about her. One cannot help, but love him. This fast-paced book kept me entertained into the very end. I wanted to know why they broke up. I wanted to know if her attack was an isolated incident or if she was targeted and if so, why. Repeat was a beautifully written book that has wonderful characters that you find yourself cheering on all while experiencing a bit of intrigue and suspense. I thoroughly enjoyed this book and I am looking forward to more of this author’s books. I received Repeat for free.
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    Weak Ending

    I liked this author's previous books and this one started out strong - good story line, good characters - but then the story got to be a little unbelievable and the ending was weak.
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    ********** AUDIOBOOK REVIEW **********

    I’ve always enjoyed Kylie Scott’s books I’ve never been really knocked on my tush… until I listened to Repeat! I hope I can express to you all about how wonderful this story really is. It could be the amazing narrator Andi Arndt, or it could be that Miss Scott gives us a really unique storyline that I couldn’t stop listening to. I really like the premise of this storyline… amnesia removes all traces of memories of your life, of your first kiss, of your last sexual encounters…. everything, gone, kaput. Who are you, really? What are your inner most secrets and insecurities? Scott really did a great job giving us those feelings of confusion. Who were you then? Who are you now? Are they the same? Will those who love you still love you? Anyways, you get it… storyline is fabulous! The writing is perfect but, with Andi Arndt narrating, how can it go wrong? I love her narrations… she gives real feelings to her characters through her voice... infliction and tone. This book is in Clem’s POV and she is very expressive to the confused and fun Clem. She has this way of really inflicting the feelings of the characters into her feelings. I could listen to her narrate every single POV… male and/or female… happy or sad. Just everything! Give me more of Andi Arndt!! And yes, I know I didn’t really go into the storline/plot but I’m guessing Kylie Scott left her blurb vague for a reason. She doesn’t want you to know! She wants you to listen and devour her brilliance! And she was totally brilliant!
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