First book I’ve read by this author and I loved it! As you all know I’m deep into Suspense Fiction right now and this book grabbed my attention from the cover right through till the end of the blurb. It fits beautifully with my romance, suspense, action requirements.
This book is filled with a great mystery, with numerous twists and turns and a thrilling climax. The book kept me on edge of my seat for the entire plot -wondering how all the pieces would fit together. The ideas of cellular memory is really fascinating stuff and it worked really well to help bring the transformation of Tori from her heartless beginnings to a woman of emotion, with an ability to love herself and those around her.
I found some of the medical scenes were quite graphic for me – I’m squeamish at the best of times so it doesn’t take much for me to get queasy – I had to speed read through those bits.
This book got me thinking about how memories are so important to our lives and unlocking why we are the way we are. We don’t realize how important memories are to our overall sense of self. When we block out memories from our past we are inadvertently shutting a part of ourselves down. The book explores this idea through Tori receiving a new heart and how this changes her.
Overall, I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading more from this author.
Jess is a mum of two children and married to the calmest man alive. She loves to bake and go for walks. A writer of contemporary romance, Jess write stories about the heart and where love is worth the journey.
Hi Jess! Hmmm, memories of a murder after a heart transplant? Sounds intriguing! Thanks for the heads up. 🙂