They say the future is uncertain…
But what happens if I have no past?
I don’t remember giving birth.
I don’t remember my name, my family, or where I come from.
I don’t remember…anything.
The only clue to my past rests in a bundle of blankets swaddled in my arms—a newborn baby girl. With no leads and no family able to find me, the only way I can learn the truth is if I recover my lost memories myself. Fortunately, I have help.
Detective Shepard Novak, the gorgeous, blue-eyed police officer assigned to my case, is determined to uncover the mystery—and with it, my secrets. But as the days become weeks, the only memories I keep are the ones we’ve made together.
I shouldn’t feel the way I do for him, and I shouldn’t have let him get this close. But I can’t remember a life before him…and I’m not sure I want to search anymore.
Is it worth sacrificing my past for a chance at our future?
3 out of 5 stars
I needed a day to think about my review of this book. I like the concept of this book. Woman wakes up with amnesia and a newborn baby. Woman found on Evie Street so they call her Evie. She has no idea what to name her baby so she calls her Clue (which I freaking HATED). Police detective shows up to help her, but immediately proves to be a hero.
Okay, first and foremost, it was totally obvious who the cop was to Evie. Evie didn’t know it. I liked that they came from different backgrounds. Evie is African American and came from a rough neighborhood. Shepard is white and a detective. Total opposites, yet perfect for each other.
I liked Evie as a person. She was freaking hilarious. I liked Shepard. He’s a good guy. What I didn’t like was Evie’s back story and where she came from. The story wasn’t very believable. Or likable.
The ending of the book kind of sucked. I didn’t like the ending or how it played out. I also felt this book was WAY TOO LONG. Maybe I will change my mind and give it a higher review, but for right now, three stars is all I can give.