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A breakup. Two broken lives and two broken hearts. And she does not remember anything.
After an attack, Clementine lost her memory and has some of her cognitive abilities altered by brain damage. She feels that she is no longer the same person and may never be again. But she also feels that she needs to make peace with the past, find out who she was and what she did, to really move on.
Clem feels lost. In situations and emotions she never imagined. Meeting people she does not remember. People with whom she lived happy and sad moments. People she hurt.
Several facts that occur after Clem's reunion with her ex-boyfriend and her friends begin to arouse suspicion about everyone around her while, with a confused mind, Clementine again trails the path to a feeling that she does not know at the moment: love.
With the right amount of suspense and romance, with few hot scenes and lots of breathtaking scenes, Repeat surprises with a well-developed and blunt plot where only the essential details are addressed.
Falar de kylie scott pra mim é muito dificil porque eu leria ate a lista de compras dela, esse é mais um romance dessa autora maravilhosa. O livro é fofo, tem personagens cativantes, com o humor caracteristico da autora, e me deu uma vontade de saber mais sobre o irmao do Ed, a leitura flui e aquece o coracao
I've given it 4 but it's more a solid 3.5 but I didn't want to underscore. Here's the thing, i loved the plot, i liked clem, i especially liked the bits of dry humour she supplied, what I didn't like was everyone's behaviour towards her, not that it was particularly bad, i just feel like she had every right to be like, hold on, i dint know you but everything isn't just my fault. Like how could he go on dates so soon if he was destroyed? Rationally I know this happens but I felt for the first half he was really overly ambivalent about her and the situation, he admitted not paying enough attention etc so rather than try win her back, he proves her worst fears really. That doesn't scream someone who is torn over someone else especially given the timeline of less than 3 months. It just bugged me personally, especially the date at her fave restaurant. Absolutely valid reaction from her, laid back as it was. I didn't like that basically everyone had this vibe of her being uptight and no fun before, it's supposed to be a guy who was in love with her, a best friend and a sister and yet none of them were overly nice abiut her previous character, again though, not in a horrible way. Yes i get her part in it and howbhurt he must've been but still it's a 2 way street alright. Also what was with that look from tessas bf? That wasn't explained, so I feel like that was to throw us off but I had it sussed fairly early on. And lastly I feel like the last ten percent was rushed. I'd if liked to have seen them go through the motions of finding out and maybe getting an apology for clems sake from tessa at least because while she should have hashed it out with them, they shoukd also understand now that she had seemingly good reason. Overall quick easy read with a good plot. Just wanted a bit more
A great story, likeable, engaging characters with some romance, mystery and drama thrown in for good measure - what's not to love? Taking a different spin on a second chance romance, I started Repeat one evening and finished it early the next morning - I didn't want to put it down (but needed the sleep). Clem and Ed are great characters (with some off the charts chemistry) and I really enjoyed the way they were brought back together (although obviously wouldn't wish a traumatic brain injury on anyone in real life). I'm a fan of Kylie's books and this one was up there with the best of them for me, it ticked all the boxes.
Would you like a do over of a past relationship? A traumatic head injury with amnesia is one way to have another chance at true love. As a plot device this was intriguing, and there was suspense in the story. I liked her use of this device to explore trust within the relationship. I like her other novels better particularly "trust" and "it seemed like a good idea at the time", but this is a great read that you will love.
I love Kylie and the characters she creates and this was no exception! I admit to crying through numerous chapters but totally adored Clem and Ed's story. How do you move on from an attack that almost killed you but left you with amnesia? by asking questions and when those questions lead you back to the live of your life..... Wow! A few twists and turns and what a read! Kylie has indeed packed a punch or two into this one