Remember Me When (The Unforgettable Duet #2) by Brooke Blaine


My worst nightmare and your greatest fear became a reality: 
You don’t remember me.

You don’t remember the accident, or the weeks afterward. 

You don’t remember my bed as your safe place,
or when, against all odds, you fell for me.

You remember me only as the casual acquaintance you saw as you grabbed your daily coffee.

Three sugars, two creamers. 

Perhaps an acquaintance is all I’ll ever be to you now. 

Maybe I can shoulder the heartbreak and the loss of you, if it means you’ll be happy.


You remember me when. 


DD’s $0.02




Help me remember. Help me find my way back to you.

Love, Your Bluebird


Reid’s note to Ollie at the end of Forget Me Not, hurt my heart. Then Brooke delivered her twist and ends the book. WTF?


Forget Me Not was from Ollie’s perspective. Remember Me When is a duel POV. This excited me to no end, because I wanted more of Reid’s thoughts and feelings, and Brooke seriously delivered.


I felt Reid’s frustration and anger.


I felt Ollie’s love and devotion.


Reid seriously stole this book for me. His emotions were raw. He does not hold back his feelings and is ready to tear down those walls that are barring him from finding out what he knows is missing from his memory.


And there was Ollie, patiently waiting for Reid to process his feelings while sorting through memories and flashbacks of a life he cannot remember. Oh my sweet Ollie, how I just want to wrap you in a hug.


Remember Me When was the sweetest of torture. For Reid, who only wants to remember. For Ollie, who patiently waits for Reid.


My only critique, the ending felt a little rushed. I wanted more of their relationship prior to the epilogue. I guess I will always want more from a writer when she gives us characters this special.