Monday, June 12, 2017

**RE-RELEASE BLITZ WITH REVIEW** Memories Of Me by Dani Hart

Title: Memories of Me
Author: Dani Hart
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Re-release Date: June 12, 2017


*Inspired by true events*
(Characters are a work of fiction)

When you close your eyes and open them again you expect to see the world as it was a fraction of a second ago. Maybe
 a slight change from a passing breeze, but you are still in the same place, unmoving and unchanged. You don’t expect to be somewhere else where the faces are unfamiliar. Where you are unfamiliar. 

With one blink I had no family, no home, no name, and no past. I was alone, until I met the Reilly brothers. They gave me purpose again. A reason to trust. A reason to love. A reason to rebuild a life full of forgotten memories. Together, they would try to rewrite my history.

Review by: Cassie H

How would you feel if you woke up without no memory what so ever. No clue what your name is, what happened to you, and why you're alone. That is "Freckles" reality. She has Dissociative Amnesia. 

She would be alone and with no where to go, if it wasn't for the Reilly brother's. And one fragment at a time, she'll piece together the life she forgot, with the help of Brandt and Grady.

"I think everyone is broken in some way, but we all bleed differently, and some heal while others scar."- Brandt

But there is more to this story than meets the eye. 

I really enjoyed "Freckles" story. My heart broke for her... for all of them. Forget Me Not has constant peaks. It just gets better and better. I did pretty much figure out the plot maybe less than 20% in. I knew what was coming. I know this story is a rewrite, but there were a few holes that I stumbled across. But with that being said, this story is heart breaking, but then it gets put back together. I did feel as if Brandt's feeling and coping took a back seat, and no one cared about his healing, which pissed me off. 
I need to know where their stories end. 

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Author Bio

I have always been drawn to words. They have this magic to touch my soul when I need it the most, whether through reading or writing. My love for writing started as most little girl's with a diary. It evolved into a big girl journal and then transformed into a notebook of poetry during the dark days of high school. I followed my dream to USC (University of Southern California) to study theatre, creative writing, and screenwriting. Finally, I understood how to take the stories in my head and commit them to paper. I was fortunate enough to sell my first professional script during college and have been writing ever since. 

In 2013 I took to self-publishing. I realized quickly that my passion resonated across many genres, so currently I have published young adult, fantasy, paranormal, dystopian, new adult, and women’s fiction. With both of my kids in school full-time now I am able to immerse myself in my passion more and when I’m not writing I’m enjoying the short time I have with my babies and my husband.

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