True, I’m in the hospital waking up from a coma, but my loving parents and adorable boyfriend, Wyatt, are here by my side. It’s weird that I don’t remember them—thanks, amnesia! Wyatt’s an amazing person. He’s a Big Brother, volunteers at soup kitchens, delivers food to the hungry—your basic angel. Your basic filled-out-in-all-the-right-places, naughty-thoughts-inducing angel, that is.
Might be the perfect lie…
In fact, the more I get to know Wyatt the harder it is to believe he’s my boyfriend. The more I find out about my life before the accident, the more I don’t like who I used to be. I can’t understand what a guy like that—kind, considerate, generous—would see in a girl like me.
I don’t know what’s worse, living in the darkness of amnesia or discovering the despicable person I once was. But I’ve got to figure out if I have what it takes to be the person Wyatt truly deserves—before I lose my heart as well as my memories.
Reviewed by Claire
I received this book off NetGalley for an honest review, Thank you.
The book started out promising but quickly got really confusing. There were times when I was trying to grasp the story. It certainly has a major twist. But then it all clicked into place.
Olivia is a twenty-year-old student, whose life is a mess. After being involved in an accident which leaves her with amnesia, she's left feeling alone, confused and lost. She can't remember anything previous to her accident. Her friends and family take advantage of the situation, believing she can make right all her wrong doings. Olivia is left desperately seeking answers.
Olivia is a wild child, she's selfish, but I kinda felt sorry for her, even though she made a lot of mistakes and messed a lot of people around, the way she was a treated was wrong.
I have a love-hate relationship with Wyatt. He's a sweet, caring, charitable man, who wants the girl (love him). But he also took advantage of her when she was at her lowest (dislike).
Even though the storyline was confusing. There was a lot of suspense and was an enjoyable read.