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Remembering Love: An Accidental Pregnancy Romance

Narrated by: Bump Turgeson
Length: 6 hrs and 6 mins
Categories: Romance, LGBT
4 out of 5 stars (9 ratings)

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Reese

He was one of the first things I saw when I woke up. He saved me. It's one of the things I'm able to retain day to day. His name is Adam. He's a paramedic. 

And he saved me. 

There's something in the back of my mind that I can't touch, but I can't shake it, either. It's urgent, important, but I just can't quite...remember. 

Adam

When I saw him lying there in that wreck, I thought he was a goner. I've seen people die from so many things, even when I hoped and prayed that they would live. 

I didn't do either one for him, yet there he is. It's just too bad he has no idea who he is or what happened to cause such a nightmare. I think some part of him does remember, though, because when you ask there's that hint of guilt in his eyes that doesn't quite go away. 

I don't know what game he's playing, or if he's playing one at all. Our mystery man keeps my attention more than any other patient I've wheeled in before, that's for sure. 

This amnesia romance book features a mysterious man with a dark secret that could set his entire world on its head. For adults only, please.

©2018 Shehan Peiris (P)2018 Shehan Peiris

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More sappy than substance

If your tastes run more towards the Harlequin Romance style, then you might appreciate this book more than I did. I kept getting the feeling that I was reading a straight romance (i.e., M/F) rather than a gay one as the "heroine's" actions/emotions would be better suited to the opposite gender, in my opinion. It could just be this genre, this was my 3rd(?) Alpha/Omega-type of book and I just don't get the appeal so it will probably be my last. Don't get me wrong, it was a fair story, it was just that, as a Kinsey 6, I found little in it to identify with.