Henley Vano has it all. She was raised by a supportive family, has the best friend a girl could ask for, and a fantastic husband.
Everything in her life was perfect, until she was involved in a hit and run, and woke up thinking it was 2014.
Graham Van's life changed the night his wife left to get pie for their anniversary and didn't come home. His world flipped when she wakes from a coma and doesn't remember him.
Will Henley regain the last five years of her memory, or will someone with a vendetta take everything away from her before she can?
3.5 Heart Review by Ashley
Well, Hope Jones' debut book surely won't be my last if they're all like When She Remembers! The opening hooked me and I was invested in and rooting for Henley until the last word.
While the story focuses on Henley and her recovery, it was Graham who stole the show for me. His patience and protectiveness. How his love shone through all of his actions. How he suffered right along with Henley. How he didn't turn away even when it hurt him. How he celebrated with her. How he made new memories for the both of them.
That's not to say that Henley was a slouch. Far from it. She was strong and sassy and determined not to let the mystery of who was threatening her stop her. The danger kept escalating until it came to a heart-stopping head. My heart was racing and I was reading furiously to see how it would all play out.
While the dialogue was a bit repetitive at times, I found myself not minding because it added to the overall feeling of Henley trying to recapture her life. From start to finish, Hope Jones, had me immersed in the mystery and romance of it all. And that ending, it was just what Graham and Henley deserved after all they had been through.
About the Author
Hope Jones is the wife of her very own alpha male and the mother of four beautiful daughters. She lives in a small town in South Carolina, but was born in Brunswick, GA. She's always had a love for reading, even at a young age thrillers always interested her. As she got older, romance mixed with some thriller/suspense became her obsession.
If you can't find Hope glued to her Kindle, you'll usually find her chasing her girls around, running her hectic household, and plotting stories for the alpha men that have taken over her mind.