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Six Days of Memories

4.52  ·  Rating details ·  66 ratings  ·  43 reviews
Detective Natasha Foster will put her job on the line to prove her gut feeling is dead on.

When Detective Foster responds to the scene of a crash, she finds the female passenger dead, a bag full of money in the back seat and a body in the trunk. It is only when the driver, whom she nicknames Jay, wakes up with no memory that she must go with her instincts and continue the i
Paperback, 264 pages
Published June 24th 2014 by NItewolf Novels
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Marie Godley
Jul 26, 2014 rated it it was amazing
loved this book - with a male character who doesn't know if he's good or bad due to memory loss - how are you to know whether to trust him or not? Loved Detective Natasha and Jay. Can't say too much more without giving parts of the plot away. ...more
Becky Claxon
Jan 29, 2019 rated it it was amazing
I love Ms. Eaton’s books, especially these that bring in her police background. Natasha had two sides to her, the hard nose cop and the tender hearted woman. Even though Natasha didn’t know anything about the man in the car with two dead bodies and him with amnesia, she had a gut feeling he was a good man. She named him Jay, and I loved how he brought her tender, caring side out. You could just feel the struggles the two had trying to stay away from each other even though they were staying in th ...more
Christine Warner
Sep 02, 2014 rated it it was amazing
There were so many reasons to enjoy and love this story written by Stacy Eaton. First off Six Days of Memories starts out with action—and the ending hooks for chapter one and two MADE me keep reading even though it was well past the time I should’ve turned out the lights and called it a day.

I’ve always enjoyed a mystery mixed with a romance, and this story has them both and then some. The action is immediate, and the dialogue is fresh and fast paced with no wasted words. I was carried away on a
Nancy Stopper
Jun 07, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arc
I really enjoyed Six Days of Memories by Stacy Eaton. The book is written in first person point of view, from both Tasha and Jay / Jamie's point of view. As the point of view changes, there are times when the author "back tracks" so the reader can hear how the other character experiences and feels about the previous scene. It's an adjustment from when I usually read a book from multiple points-of-view, but I appreciated being able to hear what the other one was thinking in a scene.

Six Days of Me
Jun 23, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Excellent Story & Audible Listen🎧 Riveting & Heartfelt!

Six Days of Memories
By: Stacy Eaton
Narrated by: Rebecca Ehrenpreis

Wow, this book is awesome, the story grabbed my attention right from the start and captivated it straight to the end. Stacy Eaton is a gifted author, I enjoyed her writing style and the story and characters she created, they are realistic and easy to relate to. I adored the lead characters, Detective Natasha Foster, bad ass police detective with a great reputation with her dep
Jun 28, 2020 rated it really liked it
An accident that results in an investigation - a dead passenger, a body in the trunk, and a duffle bag of money, the only one who holds the key is the man who survived, but he has no memory of who he is (Jay - John Doe). Detective Natasha Foster (Tasha) finds herself embroiled in the case, realizing very quickly that there is a lot more than meets the eye going on. When Jay wakes up, Tasha goes to interview him, and there is an instant attraction between them. But what can you do when he’s invol ...more
Lelia Taylor
Jan 18, 2021 rated it liked it
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3.5 stars

Picking up a book labeled as romantic suspense can be a perilous adventure because you never know whether the emphasis will be on the romance or the mystery/suspense side. In this case, Six Days of Memories is decidedly heavy on the romance and pretty light on suspense.

I liked the way Ms. Eaton tells the story through the point of view of both Natasha and Jay and, from the beginning, we’re led down several paths because Jay’s amnesia causes so much questioning of circumstances and learn
Jun 29, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Stacy Eaton always comes through with a story that just hits my heart in every way possible. From suspense to passion, I am drawn in and entranced for hours! This book is exceptional with a story that caught me up early and kept me wondering how it would all turn out. Natasha Foster is the detective on a case, double homicide with a suspect that has amnesia. Or does he? The immediate pull that Tasha has for this John Doe is palpable, but she can't let her attraction effect the outcome. Is that e ...more
The Book Junkie Reads . . .
can six days change your life for the better

Overall 4 out of 5 stars
Performance 3 out of 5 stars
Story 4 out of 5 stars
Reviewed: 01-28-21

How do you make a connection to someone that you just opened your eyes to? How do you feel deep down in your soul that you were meant to protect this one person? How do you walk away when the truth of it all comes out and you will be broken beyond words if you don't?

Meeting Tasha Foster and her life in small-town Pennsylvania was eye opening. She was the detecti
Jun 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Natasha is a police detective who responds to a motor vehicle accident...the discovery is rather macabre. A dead body in the car trunk, the passenger dead, the driver unconscious, a gun and 1/2 million dollars in cash. Unfortunately, the driver is suffering from amnesia when he awakens. Natasha is inexplicably drawn to the John Doe’s (JD) eyes and, coincidentally, his identical tattoo to hers. With no place to go after leaving the hospital, but jail, Tasha volunteers to keep JD at her house, und ...more
Jul 04, 2020 rated it it was amazing
"I Really Enjoyed This Book" ❤👮‍♀️🤵❤

I found myself in love with; "Six Days of Memories," written by Stacy Eaton. It was very well written, the language skills was understandable; I felt like part of the actual crime scene, working it with Natasha Foster the Lead Detective.

Ms. Eaton had a CREATIVE way with using two-party conversation that I hadn't come across before. The listener would hear the conversation of Natasha and then go back to hear Jamie's response or thoughts of the same conversation
Yvonne Cruz
Jul 06, 2020 rated it really liked it
Six Days of Memories was an interesting story about a man, who after an automobile accident, wakes up with amnesia. Not remembering his name, and why there was a dead woman in his trunk, a dead passenger and a bag filled with lots of money.
All that doesn’t stop the attraction that sparks between the investigating detective, Natasha /TashaFoster, and this man, who could possibly be a murderer.
As the mystery evolves, the reader continues to wonder whether “Jay” is truly the murderer or just a vic
Amanda Urbinato ~Book Reviewer Extraordinaire
This book was pretty awesome. I laughed, I cried....ugh. I'm not someone who always likes mushy gushy romance type novels. But this was so much fun. I really liked both of the main characters. I'm not a huge fan of the police, but Tasha was great. She was so funny and relatable in a lot of ways. I almost died when she mentioned using his wife as a punching bag to keep her busy. Maybe I was in a mood when I was reading this, but I enjoyed it. I also liked the narrator. I noticed in another commen ...more
Aug 22, 2020 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Tasha, a police detective, is called to the scene of an accident. There she finds one dead, one unconscious, a lot of money in the back seat and a surprise in the trunk. When the unconscious guy comes back, he’s lost his memory. Tasha decides to take him in, going on gut instincts that he wasn’t the one to put the surprise in the trunk.
During the six days before he finds his memory, Tasha and the man dubbed Jay fight the draw to each other. They don’t know if he’s married, has kids or a girlfri
Ashley Hedden
Jun 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Six Days of Memories was a great read by Stacy Eaton. Natasha is a detective who responds to the scene of a car crash. There is a dead female passenger, a bag of money, a dead body in the trunk and a male driver who is unconscious. The driver wakes up but has no memory of what happened or who he is. He is nicknamed Jay and feels a pull to Natasha who is investigating the case. They both work hard to find out if he is a victim of a crime or a criminal. I loved reading this book and can’t wait to ...more
Rosemary Hughes
Mar 24, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Wow!! what an emotionally packed book. Ms Eaton has definitely the art of storytelling down pat. The characters are larger than life, with the various scenes playing in my head as I read.
This particular story involves a Detective, who for the sake of her gut feeling, takes a man, who had lost his memory in a car accident, into her home, even though there were suspicious circumstances, about the accident, still to be explained. The mutual attraction between victim and officer was intense, but hel
Rosalie Perez
Nov 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
couldn't put the kindle down to save my own life!

Stacy Eaton does a wonderful job of keeping you invested so that you HAVE TO KEEP READING!!! MUST KNOW WHAT HAPPENS!!

With 2 dead women, a bag full of cash, and a third victim with amnesia, will Natasha be able to piece thru the clues and solve the puzzle? How many crimes where committed and was John Doe the criminal lr one of the victims?

Sep 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Detective Natasha Foster is called to the scene of an accident late one cold rainy night. What she finds is a crash down an 30 foot slippery embankment with a dead female passenger, an unconscious male driver, and a dead shot in the head female in the trunk of a car, a half million dollars in a duffle bag and a gun and all occupants with no identification. Two days later when the male driver wakes up in the hospital he has no memory of who he is or what had happened.
Tom Casey
Jun 25, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: audio-book
My first adventure into this type of book, Stacy Eaton's writing style certainly works for me, easy to read/listen too and always keeping you in suspense. The insight into what happens when a person has memory loss is very well handled and the will they won't they romance smoulders throughout this story. A terrific story and look forward to more.
The narrator works well and the assortment of voices from one person is extrodinary, also a lovely clear voice that's easy too listen too.
Jul 01, 2020 rated it it was ok
I love a good police procedural. This was not it. The detectives and first responders acted like the crime scene was their first rodeo even though they were supposedly top notch at their job. I could not get past the glaring mistakes in procedure enough to get into the story that I'm sorry to say was cliche and formulaic. I would not recommend.

"I was given this free review copy book at my request and have voluntarily left this review."
Judith Fletcher
Dec 22, 2019 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Feelings don't lie

I think this story was the first book by Stacy that I read, I have been a fan of her writing ever since. Stacy gets to the heart of what matters , whether it's a police drama / love story or a story about battered women who finally fine the trust to love again. Her books also contain hummer, so give them a try you will not be disappointed.
Tammy Bulcao
Jul 20, 2020 rated it really liked it
Good story!💜

This book grabbed me right from the beginning and I found it to be intriguing and although the romance aspect of it moved a little fast imo, I did enjoy the suspense.
The narration was pretty good but I had a little trouble distinguishing between the characters.
I recommend this book.

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Gina Smith
Mar 20, 2017 rated it it was amazing
Tasha is a police officer dispatched to a traffic accident in which a passenger died and the driver is found unconscious. To make matters worse the body of a woman is found in the trunk with a bullet hole in her head. A duffle bag is found in the back seat and is filled with money. What in the world happened? Things are even more confused when the driver wakes up with amnesia and he can't be of any help. It is decided that the driver, whom Tasha calls Jay, will stay at her place under house arre ...more
Rhonda's Reading Nook
Love at first sight

What a beautiful story of soul mates.
Stacy Eaton writes a beautiful story of Natasha and Jay. No matter the obstacles, when you meet your soulmate, you can overcome anything.
Mandy Sawyer
Sep 02, 2020 rated it it was amazing
I really enjoyed this book. It was nice seeing a leading lady that can kick some serious butt. It’s a refreshing change for the guy to be the one that needs saving. Brilliant performance from Rebecca.
Sep 09, 2020 rated it really liked it
This romantic, mystery, suspense, thriller has a strong female presence which was refreshing, so different from the macho male characters we have become accustomed to.
I was a little disappointed with Rebecca’s narration, inflection wasn’t quite right
Jun 22, 2020 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: audio
This story had an interesting twist on love at first sight. I enjoyed the mystery side of it as well trying to piece it all together. You will enjoy this happy ending!
Dec 27, 2014 rated it liked it
This book started out really good, but then somewhere along the way it started getting a little far fetched, and although I still enjoyed it, it had me rolling my eyes a lot, especially towards the end.

With the exception of the two main characters, I felt that a lot of parts lacked emotion, which made the characters appear wooden and unbelievable at times. I also didn't like the fact that everything was wrapping up a little to neatly, would of been nice to have a few coincidences instead of eve
Gloria Antypowich
Mar 02, 2015 rated it it was amazing
There are some authors that I just love!--well I mean I love their books! I just finished reading Six Days of Memories, by Stacy Eaton​.

I read long into the night to finish this book. Stacy Eaton has once again done a masterful job of creating breath taking tension between two people, who know they shouldn't let their relationship develop. But true love is hard to deny.

For those of you who find it refreshing to not have discriptive sex in a book, you'll love Six Days of Memories. But, OMG--the
Sassy Beta Reading & Review
Jun 17, 2015 rated it really liked it
Loved the story and the concept. I didn't however like how scenes repeated with the different pov. Granted the scenes were not exactly the same but they didn't progress the story. Once the scene was repeated with the different pov, the story would finally progress but the repeat could have been avoided. Yes it was good to know what the other person was thinking, but there were times where it was not necessary. It could have been written differently where the repeats were not necessary. It was ba ...more
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Stacy Eaton is a USA Today Best Selling author and began her writing career in October of 2010. Stacy took an early retirement from law enforcement after over fifteen years of service in 2016, with her last three years in investigations and crime scene investigation to write full time.

Stacy resides in southeastern Pennsylvania with her husband, who works in law enforcement, and her teen daughter.

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