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True North

2.75  ·  Rating details ·  4 ratings  ·  2 reviews
I found her.

She had no idea who she was, or any memory of her past. All she had was me.

For a year I was her everything, and she was mine. Fun-filled days, and passionate nights—we had it all.

Then one cruel twist of fate erased our entire year together. One second, and it was all gone.

Now she no longer remembers me. My name. My voice. My touch. Nothing. But I remember.
Published May 14th 2019

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May 15, 2019 rated it it was ok
This was more of a me, not you thing. I DNF'd @ around chapter 4 as the story no longer held my attention. The heroine just plain annoyed me.
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May 19, 2019 rated it really liked it
this book was really good! i just felt like some of the story was missing! they had some time together than a accident happened. now she cant remember him. now her past is back and there are secrets that will be reveled.
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K. L. Ramsey was born and raised in Maryland. As a child she struggled in school, having to attend speech and reading therapy. Her teacher told her that she would never be a very good reader; that English was just not her thing. She continued to struggle until eleventh grade, when she signed up for a Creative Writing class. Her high school teacher saw her potential and submitted a short story, tha ...more
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