Keep Me In Mind by Jaime Reed


Book Summary: 

A girl who doesn’t remember. A boy who can’t forget her. A wise, witty, and heartbreaking love story for today’s YA generation.

Ellia Dawson doesn’t recognize the handsome boy who sits in tears by her hospital bed. But he’s telling her that he’s Liam McPherson, her boyfriend. Boyfriend? Ellia thinks in shock. She has no clue who Liam is, let alone whether or not she once loved him. She remembers her family, her friends, and the fact that she wants to be a fashion designer. But Liam is a big blank in her life.

Meanwhile, Liam is devastated that Ellia, the love of his life, who suffered an accident while they were running together on the beach, has lost her memory. He is desperate to win her back, rebuild what they once had, but Ellia keeps him at an arm’s length. She’s much more comfortable with a new boy she meets at the hospital, who understands more what she’s going through. So Liam begins writing the story of the two of them, piecing together the past in the hopes of having a future with the girl he loves.

Told from alternating perspectives, this is a lyrical, clever, and surprising novel from Jaime Reed.

My Review:

Ellia and Liam the perfect high school couple, have everything going for them and both dealing with over protective parents. Then an accident on the beach leaves Ellia woke up from a coma and lost two years of her life with Liam. Her memories of him are gone and so is most of her life. Now home school and being watch carefully by her parents, she stays home most days. Liam tries to write a book of their life together and who Ellia was before the accident. He to is forbidden to see her and holding details on what happen at the beach from her. Will Ellia ever get her s memories back and go back to Liam? So much has happen leaving you guessing until the end. Will true love bring these two back together? Well it’s up to you readers to find for yourself. So enjoy and happy reading!

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