Hold Close the Memory

Hold Close the Memory After twelve painful years Kim Trent finally accepted the truth Brian was dead A widow with twin sons she rejoiced in Keith Norman s love They agreed to live together to move toward marriage in step

  • Title: Hold Close the Memory
  • Author: Heather Graham
  • ISBN: 9780440136965
  • Page: 265
  • Format: Paperback
  • After twelve painful years Kim Trent finally accepted the truth Brian was dead A widow with twin sons, she rejoiced in Keith Norman s love They agreed to live together, to move toward marriage in steps until Brian returned from the dead, a POW determined to reclaim the wife, family, and life he d nearly lost He was devastating and dangerous The old magic was stiAfter twelve painful years Kim Trent finally accepted the truth Brian was dead A widow with twin sons, she rejoiced in Keith Norman s love They agreed to live together, to move toward marriage in steps until Brian returned from the dead, a POW determined to reclaim the wife, family, and life he d nearly lost He was devastating and dangerous The old magic was still there, stronger, complex than before But who was this stranger, her husband, who demanded she choose between him and Keith Kim was confused, angry And how could she play for time with a man who couldn t be kept on hold

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      Published :2019-09-17T08:26:28+00:00

    1 thought on “Hold Close the Memory”

    1. The novel was really bittersweet. I was bothered by it greatly considering the hero claims such love and wanting to get back to the heroine yet, he fucked another chick and got her pregnant, then they both died and slept with his army buddys wife before coming home to his own wife. For twelve years, she thought he was dead, so she had the right to move on but he knew all along she was alive and well state side, so he has no excuse. I wanted to punch him in the balls. The hero didn't deserve her, [...]

    2. This was short but not sweet story heavily biased towards the H. My sympathy was with the h and even her vacillating between her returned husband and the om seemed understandable. This was in stark contrast to the behavior of the H, with the OW that the H had in his life. That was simply and infuriatingly explained away by 'I didn't love them I loved you'. Spare me please!

    3. Hold Close the Memory was originally published in the mid eighties. Open Road Media has released the book in digital format with a new nice new updated cover. I would like to thank the publisher and Netgalley for the opportunity to read this book and review it.Kim married at eighteen. Brian was the absolute love of her life. She got pregnant accidently soon after the marriage and had twin boys. But, Brian was drafted and went to Vietnam. Before she knew it Kim was a told her husband was dead. A [...]

    4. This was definitely not your typical romance novel. While I have read other novels where the husband who was declared dead by the military returns home, none have been quite like this. After being a widow for 12 years, Kim has moved on with her life and is about to embark on a new chapter by moving in with her boyfriend Keith. However, on the night before the big move, her dead husband shows up at the door. Torn with dealing with her feelings for Keith, and her love for Brian, not to mention the [...]

    5. I like the new cover better than the original.A widow who has had to bury her military husband finds love and a father for her 2 sons. When all seems to be going her way the un-imiginable happens. Her husband comes back from the grave. What can she do now? The trials of loosing your love and finding a new one only to have the rug pulled out from under you when in walks your husband. So beliiveable and heart wrenching read. Kim is lost between her first love and the father of her boys and the man [...]

    6. Loved it. Gave me hearts and flutters. Romance at its best. Every woman's prayer and nightmare wrapped into one. Losing the one you love only to have them return to you at the worst moment. A tale of second chances that most never get.

    7. A few mistakes but great storyThere were a couple of mistakes in the book. Usually that turns me off of a book. But this story was too good to not love. Heartbreaking, but good.

    8. It was decent. I expected more drama though. Dude comes back after 12 years there has to be more drama. The end was expected

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