I Wish I Could Remember You

I Wish I Could Remember You A story of enduring love as romance goes all wrong and Emily Montgomery struggles to rebuild her life after a terrible accident changes everything Emily wants romance in her life the kind of romance t

  • Title: I Wish I Could Remember You
  • Author: L.J. Epps
  • ISBN: 9780997191301
  • Page: 119
  • Format: Paperback
  • A story of enduring love as romance goes all wrong and Emily Montgomery struggles to rebuild her life after a terrible accident changes everything Emily wants romance in her life the kind of romance that leads to a perfect marriage She dreams of having a husband who loves her and treats her with respect, someone she can spend the rest of her life with She meets and marrA story of enduring love as romance goes all wrong and Emily Montgomery struggles to rebuild her life after a terrible accident changes everything Emily wants romance in her life the kind of romance that leads to a perfect marriage She dreams of having a husband who loves her and treats her with respect, someone she can spend the rest of her life with She meets and marries Steven Montgomery, hoping he will make all of those things come true Everything is wonderful, at first until things start to slowly change Steven begins to mentally, verbally, and physically abuse Emily Through it all, Emily tries to be the best wife she can be Finally, after so much devastation, Emily leaves Steven, files for divorce, and moves on with her life Her sister, Monica, introduces her to a wonderful man named Robert Emily falls in love with him He is kind, gentle and sweet all things now missing from her marriage She is happy, in love again, and well on her way to divorcing Steven But, Steven doesn t want the divorce and, since he is a savvy lawyer, he tries everything to prevent it Although Emily still has residual feelings for Steven, she knows that it could never work between them She wants to move on with the new love of her life, Robert After a horrific accident, Emily can no longer remember Robert and all the things he has meant to her, and she can no longer remember all the horrific things Steven has done to her Emily has two men professing their love for her She is confused she doesn t know where she belongs or who she should be with And, she has a hard time deciding who to choose Emily is being pulled in several different directions by her loved ones They all mean well, but only Emily knows how she truly feels She has to decide, on her own, what to do All Emily wants is to start over, but that isn t so easy, since everything in her world is broken, and she isn t sure how to fix it All Emily wants is to be happy, healthy, and whole again, but that may not be in the cards for her, either A fascinating story about who we are and how our memories ultimately guide us in the choices we make Kristina Gemmell, Beta Reader

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    About “L.J. Epps”

    1. L.J. Epps

      I enjoy reading fiction and nonfiction novels, as well as autobiographies and biographies I also enjoy reading comics and anything else book related.I ve wanted to write a novel for the last ten years but didn t know if I could I read many books on writing, and finally found the courage to write and self publish I spent four years working on my first novel and there are books to come.

    393 thoughts on “I Wish I Could Remember You”

    1. A very nice story about starting over (also literary), with great characters, that really caught me from the beginning. I loved every character, even the bad ones, because they were very nicely built and they actually started some feelings inside me while reading. Whether we speak about love and affection or hate and repugnance, the characters were very vivid and complex.Emily has always wished a happy marriage, next to the man of her dreams. She felt the luckiest woman on Earth. Still, when her [...]


    2. Title: I Wish I Could Remember YouAuthor: L. J. EppsPublisher: L.J.E.Reviewed By: Arlena DeanRating: FourReview:"I Wish I Could Remember You" by L. J. EppsMy Thoughts.I found "I Wish I Could Remember You" a interesting amnesia read. The author gives the reader quite a read that deals mainly with three main characters.Emily, Stephen and Robert all being somewhat 'vivid and complexed.' For Emily will she be able to have the kind of marriage with happiness after her devastation with Stephen now tha [...]


    3. 3I like the story the characters report flow the way the author made the book blow was kind of off the end was kinda left hanging coming to see what's gonna happen throughout the whole entire story I feel like the book was kind of missing something key


    4. This was a pretty good book. I felt it was a lot like others with this kind of plot. Even with that it still held my interest.


    5. Sweet romance!This was a story about love, heartbreak, and trust. It is a sweet romance that had a tragic event cause amnesia to the main character.It is a clean story. I really enjoyed reading it.


    6. In I Wish I could Remember You, Emily Montgomery, a high school teacher, is a victim of domestic violence. Now trying to divorce her abusive husband, Steven, an attorney, she has met Robert.Sounds like a perfect idea for a romance novel. The trick is to create enough obstacles to keep apart the loving couple, so that after many twists and turns they can get back together. Easy, right?Nope.Issue #1: Having separated from Steven for one and half years, Emily still has “some unsolved feelings” [...]


    7. Who would say no to romance or a happily-ever-after type relationship? Not many people I would imagine. When two people get married, they don’t except abuse after abuse, disaster after disaster or the dreaded control, do they? I can only assume no, I’ve never been married. That wasn’t the sort of relationship that Emily thought she would get when she married Steven. A ‘perfect romance’ to begin with, the ‘perfect man’, everything just slotting into place, that was Emily’s dream. [...]


    8. Original Review HereI received an advanced copy for a fair and honest reviewI Wish I Could Remember You by L.J Epps had the potential to be a really good novel. Exploring the complications of memory loss and the affect it has on the lives of everyone involved is a strong topic for a novel. Unfortunately, this one failed to deliver and I was left feeling disappointed and frustrated.The plot could have been strong but the dialogue undermined it. The majority of the speech was weak and read as forc [...]


    9. I received this book from the author for the purpose of this review. All comments and opinions are entirely my own.I Wish I Could Remember You is a gripping romance that loves to play off of the reader’s emotions. It’s writing is elegant and an absolute pleasure to read.The characters are realistic in how they deal with their problems and the dialogues between them keep them separate, and also does a lot to reveal the story. They are unique and stay consistent in their characteristics throug [...]


    10. This is my first read by Ms. Epps. She brings us the story of a young woman who is finally trying to rebuild her life, after leaving her husband who she found cheating on her. Emily, thought she had found true love but somehow it all went wrong, she had everything money could buy with her husband Steven except fidelity, trust, and respect. She didn't see it till when arguing one night while they were arguing he accidently pushes her down the stairs and she their baby. She finds the stregnth to l [...]


    11. PLOT ★★The set up for this book has potential: woman develops amnesia and remembers the wrong lover (Remember Me? by Sophie Kinsella anyone)? However, the following details leading up to the end were boring and unmemorableARACTERS ★★★None of these characters acted like themselves. They were always a certain way with one character, then a different way with another. This is realistically a normal thing, like acting more casual with your friends than with your professor, but it was extre [...]


    12. Do we always make choices logically and with a clear head, or do our memories influence our actions? I beta read I Wish I Could Remember You before publication, and was instantly taken in by the concept of this story. It centers around Emily, a woman who gets engaged to the man of her dreams, and mere moments later, sustains a head injury, which causes retrograde amnesia. She has no idea who this new fiance is, meanwhile, her ex-husband, who she is able to remember, comes swooping in, wanting to [...]


    13. InterestingI have read several amnesia stories in the past few months and fortunately each one is totally different. We have three main characters.Emily, abused wife of Stephen who is a lawyer and when not physically abusive is quite controlling. And Robert who falls in love with Emily. The plot has loss.far too much loss, adultery, self sacrifice, and secretso many secrets.I liked the characters and Ms Epps writes great, believable dialogue for each one. It's a solid story that needs no changes [...]


    14. Great bookHow would you feel if you were in an accident. Suddenly everything you once knew was gone. Stuck between two guys who you feel differnt things for. If you want to know, you should read this book. Emily and Robert were great together. I just wished she would have choose him from the start. All the signs were there but she decide to see how her marriage would play out. I'm glad at the end she made the right decision.


    15. I won an ARC of this debut novel from , the novel has lots of emotions I felt were realistic and I particularly liked chapter 6 with the descriptions of retrograde amnesia and the care given to comatose patients.


    16. Wonderful!!!I ABSOLUTELY LOVED this book!!!!! I couldn't put it down!!!!! I want to find out more about what happens with the divorce, and if Emily and Robert can make it work. Just an awesome page turning book!


    17. A good book (spoilers)I didn't trust Stephen from the get go. The depths he went to were insane. I enjoyed the book, and would love a sequel to see how Emily and Robert do.


    18. 3.5 starsThis was a fairly good book. It was well written but I just never did feel anything for the main characters. Maybe it was just me.



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