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Remembering Everly

(Lost & Found #2)

3.74  ·  Rating details ·  943 ratings  ·  203 reviews
After two years in a coma, August Kinkaid has forgotten the darkness in his past. But his past hasn't forgotten him. His beautiful former fiancée, Everly, remembers every tumultuous moment of their stormy relationship. The sizzling passion. The web of lies. And the terrible secret Everly's been hiding since her last fateful night with August.

Now the truth is out and August
Paperback, 384 pages
Published July 5th 2016 by Forever (first published April 5th 2016)
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Lana ❇✾DG Romance❇✾
2.5 Stars
Even the tiniest white lie had the power to corrode- to shatter and dismantle everything you loved.

After thoroughly enjoying Forgetting August and getting hit with the mother of all cliffys at the end, suffice it to say I was eagerly anticipating the release of this book. I had so many unanswered questions. Forgetting August wasn't the typical romance you'd read, and I appreciated it. Sometimes something different is just what you need.

Unfortunately, Remembering Everly was a
Nov 09, 2015 rated it really liked it
3.5 Stars

Remembering Everly starts where August and Everly's story left off at the end of the first book. When I saw that this book was available for an ARC I jumped at the chance because I desperately needed to know what would happen with this couple. There was stills so much mystery surrounding them, and I needed to figure out what was buried in August's old memories.

After reading Forgetting August I had big expectations for this book, and well I think I got myself too hyped up for it. I was
Aestas Book Blog
Dec 03, 2015 rated it really liked it

"Do you think it’s possible to be in love with a woman you don’t remember?"

NOTE: this review covers both books in this duet. — Wow! I just finished a mini reading marathon where I read both books in the “Lost & Found” duet back-to-back!!! It was so ADDICTIVE!! I couldn't put it down! If you read the blurb, you’ll notice that it’s quite a unique story — the hero wakes up from a coma with amnesia and doesn’t remember the heroine! But when he st
Allison ❤️Will Never Conquer Her TBR❤️

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Remembering Everly is the second installment in the Lost and Found series. After the dramatic revelation/conclusion to Forgetting August, I couldn't wait to get my hands on this book. Could August forgive Everly? Could he remember all there was to their love story both good and bad? And could he sever the unethical and ruthless bond that Trent has over him?

My interest in this book vacillated quite a bit. In the beginning I found myself ready to throttle August in all of his overprotective w
It's the finish I'd been waiting for, the slow anguish filled road towards an ending where love triumphs and "lots and lots of coffee" is included.

When we left August and Everly at the end of Forgetting August, they had heartbreakingly taken different paths in life. Even after all the bumps their relationship had endured due to lies and secrets, including but not limiting to the fact that August had been in a comma for two years and lost all his memories prior to waking up, they had foug
Mar 02, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
My Review

“Guilt, regret, dread. Three simple words that had the power to strip a man bare.”

“Secrets they had the ability to destroy lives, obliterate relationships and sabotage even the strongest partnerships. Big or small…it didn’t matter. Even the tiniest white lie had the power to corrode–to shatter and dismantle everything you loved.”

“Time froze. The world melted away and there was only him, me, and the swirling sea of emotions swimming between us.”

Oh, how I have been waiting for this book!!
Tanya (Girl Plus Books)
3.5 Stars

I was so excited to read the conclusion of August and Everly's story and get some answers after the cliffhanger ending in Forgetting August.

In Remembering Everly we get more insight into August and the kind of man he was before the incident that stole his memories and put him in a coma. The pressure he was under was intense and many of his actions, the ones that left Everly feeling like a prisoner, made sense when told from his point of view. As his past begins to collide with his pres
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Apr 05, 2016 rated it it was amazing
This was the conclusion to August and Everly's story, and J.L. Berg has done it once again—knocking it out of the book world. I wasn't sure how this was going to play out, though I was really hoping they would finally get their HEA.

Gah!!! This story just gutted me because I could see the love these two had for each other, yet because of the obstacles in their lives, they weren't able to be together. Despite it all, August knew what he had to do if he ever wanted an opportunity with Everly again
WOW!! I hadn't read the first book in this series so was wary when I realised this was the second in the series but I needn't have been - it was still a fantastic read and I thoroughly enjoyed the roller coaster ride it took me on. With two years in a coma, August Kinkaid is starting to get his memories back and he doesn't particularly like the man he had become. He still loves Everly but wants to protect her and keep her safe from the traumatic life he unwittingly created for himself. He still ...more
Mar 24, 2016 rated it really liked it
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3.5 Stars

By the way, you may want to read the first book before reading this review of the second one. They do need to be read in order for you to really grasp what is happening between the two characters. Their story is concluded in this second book, but I have to say that it didn't hold my attention as well as the first one did.

Remembering Everly is the companion book to Forgetting August, which I really enjoyed. The first book ended on a cliffhanger that I had a
Jan 09, 2016 rated it did not like it
Read the complete review on That Bookshelf Bitch!

I received a digital Advance Reading Copy (ARC) of the book from the publishers in exchange for an honest review.

I found the sequel significantly underwhelming compared to its predecessor. Typing that sentence alone makes me feel really, really sad. On that note, I’d like to keep this review concise and straight to the point as the thought of giving one of Berg’s works a less than exemplary review almost physically pains me.

The second book immedia
Feb 25, 2016 rated it it was amazing

The long wait is over!

I was left with a really to-die for cliffhanger that had me off the edge of my seat. Nevertheless, it kept me excited for the next and final book in this duology. Yes, the first book had my blood powerfully pumping into my veins after all the discovery and the memory coming back to August.

Once again, Everly ran back to Ryan. August preferred solitude after everything that was happening thinking that it could save them all, if not just Everly. And he thought it was enough.
Carlene Inspired
This is a review for book 2 in the Lost and Found series, you should read book 1 prior to reading book 2 or reading the reviews below.
ARC provided via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

August remembers everything after the coma, or so he says, and he's pushed Everly away, unable to forgive her for what she did to him. Everly is trying to let life return to normal, but she can't forget the love she had for August, it outweighs the bad. When August's past threatens to catch up to him, he
Apr 10, 2016 rated it did not like it
What a waste!! I liked the first book in this series, loved the concept of amnesia and lost loves but I found myself skimming through this book. Too long and too slow with little action for my taste.
Nov 29, 2015 rated it did not like it
Couldn't finished it!Just terrible ...more
Lauren at Live Read and Breathe Reviews

3.5 Can Love be enough stars!

Source: eARC for Honest Review Courtesy of Author and Inkslinger Pr
Genre: Adult Contemporary Romance
Part 2 of 2

My Remembering Everly Review . . .

After Forgetting August I couldn't wait to find out how this story ended.  Unfortunately since it was a bit of time between the two I forgot many details of Forgetting August leaving me a tiny bit lost in the beginning of this book.  After I got my bearings back I was sucked ba
Feb 23, 2016 rated it really liked it

This story is the follow up novel to Forgetting August, the first in the Lost and Found series. We follow the characters August, Everly, and Ryan to the conclusion of their story line. You need to have read the first book to read this one and understand it.

At the end of the first one, we have learned that August has regained his memories, particularly of the event that put him into a coma. He has chosen money and Trent over Everly. Everly is back with Ryan, her fiancé, beca
Casey Peltier
Feb 26, 2016 rated it really liked it
Remembering Everly is the second and final book in the Lost and Found series. After finishing the first book Forgetting August (HUGE CLIFFHANGER HERE), I could not wait to get my hands on this one to see how the story wrapped up………

At the end of Forgetting August we are left wondering what is going to happen to this couple. Will they be able to move forward? Will August forgive Everly for what he believes she had a hand in his wrong doing? And ultimately WHAT HAPPENED to get us to this point !!?
Nov 09, 2015 rated it it was amazing
4.5 Fabulous stars... what a ride this one was, and I absolutely loved every minute of it.

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I was seriously left with my jaw on the floor and going WTF just happened at the end of Forgetting August so to say I have been anxiously awaiting this one is a true understatement. Remembering Everly picked right up with where we left off and finally in bits and pieces, put the story of August and Everly back together.

ARC received in exchange for an honest review...full review can be found at
Dec 29, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
I was hoping for something better but it just didn’t get there for me.

I definitely liked Everly a bit more this time even though she was still a bit annoying. I felt both bad for August and wanted to shake him until he made the correct decision on anything.

Trent is a massively psychotic turd burger and I wished someone would have kicked him in his no-no place.

I flipped through so much useless information in this book, I’d say I skipped like 20%, the Paris adventure alone was just unnecessary. Th
J.E. Benoit
Mar 24, 2016 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
Reviewed on behalf of The Book Boyfriend Addict ( A complimentary copy was provided by NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

“I feel like I’m living a life everyone expects of me, August,” she murmured.
I could hear the tears she was trying to keep at bay. “Then live the life meant for you,” I urged.
“What if that life was supposed to be with you?”

Hooray! I’m so glad that I was finally able to read the conclusion of August and Everly’s story to find out what
Anna A
Apr 30, 2019 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
Shelves: new-adult
Meh... It was a okay book but it sadly did not live up to the previous book. I found both characters to be extremely annoying, especially Everly and how easily she went back to her former fiancé, Ryan. Also, the ending seemed convenient, everything just fell back into place and was wrapped up into a neat little bow.
Lustful Literature
Apr 07, 2016 rated it really liked it

**Beth's Review 4.5 STARS**


I absolutely loved Forgetting August but after not realizing until the very of the book that it was a series book, I was left with my jaw on the floor and totally feeling like I had whiplash with that WTF ending. I was left with a serious book hangover and had so many questions running through my head, the most important one being, what direction was the story going to take now that we know what truly happened the night August ended up in a coma for two years.

Claire Robinson
3 - Secrets never die... Stars.

I was expecting big things from Remembering Everly after the cliffy that J.L. Berg left readers with at the end of Forgetting August, but in all honesty I was left feeling a little…

Personally, I felt this was a classic case of stretching out one book into two. Although well written and for the most part not a struggle too read, I found I had passed the 60% mark without anything of real note actually happening, in fact most of it was almost the first book on rep
The Hopeless Romantics Book Blog
Review: Surj

"Forgetting August (book #1 in the Lost & Found series) was such a beautiful, emotional yet (equally) angst ridden second chance romance that completely swept me off my feet. I loved the characters and their story (with it's air of mystery). But it was the cliff hanger ... that ball buster of a cliff hanger that had me desperate to read the second and final book in this duology entitled "Remembering Everly." I wanted to see this couple get their HEA but there was still much I didn't
Nov 17, 2015 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 4-stars
August and Everly were on the way to starting their lives again. But once August's memories start to return, secrets are revealed and his old life and demons come back to haunt him. His life is once again out of control. And the only way to protect Everly is to push her away.

Everly has a tendency to avoid or run. She tends to hide her head in the sand and try to move forward blindly. She is trying to stick firm to her choice this time and not be as flighty and erratic. But her heart and head do
Misty (Reds Romance Reviews)
Remembering Everly is the long-awaited sequel to Forgetting August, and picks up right where the first installment in the duet left off. One sentence in, and your immediately pulled right back into the thick of things, and hit with the same level of of gut wrenching intensity that you had in the first book!

August Kincaid's past has finally caught up to him and the memories are slowly making a reappearance in his mind, and have him struggling to cope with everything in his life. They have also p
Mar 13, 2016 rated it really liked it
Remembering Everly is book two in the Lost & Found series. Thankfully I read both books back to back since Forgetting August left us with an epic cliffhanger! I couldn't download the second book fast enough. This series is filled with ups and downs and is quite addicting. It's one of those stories that when you are finished you realize that real life is happening around you while you've been wrapped up in a highly emotional fictional world. I actually really enjoyed this story and realized that ...more
Nov 27, 2015 rated it really liked it
"...secrets never die. They live far longer than we do, and they always find their way to the surface."

August and Everly. We were taken captive by their story in Forgetting August. And now we come to the finality of their story in Remembering Everly

"It's time we moved past the memories that have defined us for so long. You are August, and I am Everly...and for as long as I can remember, I have loved you. Even when things were bleak, and it seemed like our future was lost, that was the one thing
Nancy Stopper
Dec 10, 2015 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: arc
Remembering Everly is the long-awaited sequel to Forgetting August. The author wove an intricate web of situations at the end of Forgetting August that left the readers yearning for this book. The author does not disappoint. August and Everly are both complex characters that find themselves in continuous limbo in their relationship with each other, and with the other people in their lives. The author has the reader traveling a slow route to the ultimate climax of the story. As August slowly rega ...more
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J.L. Berg is the USA Today bestselling author of the Ready series, the Walls duet and the Lost & Found series. She is a California native living in the beautiful state of historic Virginia. Married to her high school sweetheart, they have two beautiful girls that drive them batty on a daily basis. When she's not writing, you will find her cuddled up, watching a movie with her family, obsessing ove ...more

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