Book Review: Remember Me? by Amanda Rigby

What would you do if you killed and buried your fiancée… only for them so show up a couple of years later?

Blurb

Paul Henderson leads a normal life. A deputy headteacher at a good school, a loving relationship with girlfriend Jenna, and a baby on the way. Everything seems perfect.

A shocking message…

Until Paul receives a message from his ex-fiance Nicole. Beautiful, ambitious and fierce, Nicole is everything Jenna is not. And now it seems Nicole is back, and she has a score to settle with Paul…

A deadly secret.

But Paul can’t understand how Nicole is back. Because he’s pretty sure he killed her with his own bare hands….

Which means, someone else knows the truth about what happened that night. And they’ll stop at nothing to make Paul pay…

Remember Me? Book Cover

Review

When you know you have a few hours travelling ahead of you, you need a good book. I was so glad to have Remember Me? with me on my trip to London. I was absolutely hooked! To the point where I was disappointed to get off the plane because I need to know what happened next.

The best thing about Remember Me? is that it is unpredictable, in a realistic way. I had my suspicions but never really guess what was going to happen. And when the twists and turns began to unravel into the conclusion, it did so in a way that was believable and satisfying. There is nothing worse than an ending that is totally unconnected to the rest of the story.

I also really enjoyed Paul’s character. Was he good, bad, or just misunderstood? What was he truly capable of? Does he deserve a second chance? As much as I grappled with trying to guess the ending, I grappled with how I felt about Paul.

Remember Me? is psychological fiction at its best. Pick up a copy of this book and you won’t regret it.

I was sent a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

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