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    Spellbindingly good. Could not Put this down.

    It has been decades since I have fallen into the pages of a book and disappeared into so engrossing a story like I did with Julia Gabriel’s This Reminds me of Us. The author’s faultless, flowing writing strikes the perfect balance between introspection, dialogue and scene setting. I was utterly astounded at how present and visible these characters were to me. The characters were right in front of my eyes as I flicked the pages on my Kindle. Somebody give this author a whole bunch of awards please! This is a beautifully told story of a young family in crisis, of young love put to the test. Serina Wolfe wakes up from a coma, unable to remember the last seven years of her life. She does remember her husband Oliver, but her children and all of the friends she made in the town of St. Caroline are a mystery to her. This story was “action packed” – such a small coastal town attracts all kinds of calamities that Firefighter Oliver Wolfe must deal with, while at the same time fighting his fears that his wife has changed and grown more distant since waking up from the accident that almost claimed her life. I was rooting for this couple and their two lovable sons right down to the last chapter - Mason and Cameron are such hilarious cuties! For once in my life, I am GLAD this is a series because I can’t seem to get enough of the Wolfe and Trevor families and the small town of St. Caroline. You will laugh, you will groan – Oliver needs to accept change and loosen up a bit!!! – and you will definitely shed a tear or two as you read this book. All of your emotions and senses will be fully engaged as you walk into the drama that is Serena and Oliver’s life in this heartwarming story. (This is a standalone novel in the St. Caroline series.) I give this a 10 out of 5 stars, and a standing ovation! I was downright entertained!!!

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