With Every Memory by Janine Rosche Review

About the Book

Is the Life She Can’t Remember One She’d Rather Forget?

One year after her family was in a tragic car accident that killed her teenage son, Lori Mendenhall returns home with a traumatic brain injury that has stolen the last eight years of memories from her. She is shocked to find that the life she was leading before the accident is unrecognizable. Her once-loving husband, Michael, is a distant workaholic she isn’t sure she can trust and her once-bubbly daughter, Avery, has spent the last year hidden away in her room.

For Avery, life stopped when she lost her twin. Now, if she wants to graduate high school, she’ll have to accept help from Xander Dixon, her brother’s best friend and the boy who relentlessly teased her for years. And if Lori wants to reconnect with her husband, she’ll have to grapple with information her brain is trying to keep secret. With every memory that returns, she can’t help but wonder if the life she can’t remember is one she’d rather forget.

About the Author

Prone to wander, Janine Rosche finds as much comfort on the open road as she does at home. This longing to chase adventure, behold splendor, and experience redemption is woven into each of her rustic romance novels in the Whisper Canyon Romance series and the Madison River Romance series. When she isn’t writing or traveling, she teaches family life education courses to college students, takes too many pictures of her sleeping dogs, and embarrasses her four children and husband with boy band serenades.


Review of With Every Memory

With Every Memory was a book I had been eagerly waiting to read ever since I saw the back cover blurb. I knew this was a book I would love. When it came, I devoured it in less than a week, savoring the storyline and still thinking about it weeks after having read “the end.” It’s one of the those books that speaks to your soul. I loved the dual point of view (both mother and daughter). I loved how the author kept me guessing about what to think about the father/husband. Was he the enemy or truly devoted to his family? There were so many twists and turns in this book, yet done so seamlessly because real life is messy with many twists and turns, barely getting over one shock before another needs to be dealt with. Xander was too good to be true, yet not because my husband has the same qualities as Xander, someone you can depend on, with a sense of humor and knowing just how to comfort those he loves. When he loves, he loves with his whole heart, despite the imperfections of the one he loves. I cannot wait for the next book this author writes because these are books to be treasured and passed on, not read and quickly forgotten about. This is one book I will not be forgetting about.

I was given a complimentary copy of this book to read and all opinions were my own.

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