Sunday, May 7, 2017

Review - Remember Me by Lynda Renham

A new neighbour becomes a new friend. She looks up to you. She admires you, but is it you she wants? You begin to wonder if she wants your husband, or even your child. But then you realise, she wants your life.

When Sharni and Tom move into 24 The Pines, it seems like Clare and Chris have the perfect neighbours. Sharni is always there to help, especially with childcare for Clare’s two-year-old, Ben. But Clare can’t shake off the feelings of anxiety that assail her whenever Sharni is near. Is Clare just being overprotective, or are her feelings justified? As Sharni‘s influence touches everyone around her, Clare finds herself fighting for her sanity as well her family. 


My Thoughts
I LOVE that Lynda went in a totally different direction that what she is used to with her writing!  Remember Me has thrills, chills, fear and suspense.  I thought I knew what happened and then the end came and I was like WHAT? 
Clare and Chris thought they hit the new neighbor lottery!  Sharni and Tom were great to talk to and hang out with.  At the last minute Sharni was able to babysit for Clare so that she didn't have to call into school, wow, perfect right?  I'm not so sure, would you trust a neighbor that you only knew for a few weeks with your child all day?  I know that I wouldn't but that's just me.
Little by little Clare feels like she is losing her mind, forgetting things, or is she?  She feels Ben is more attached to Sharni then he is to her, how is that possible?
Each turn of the page will have you questioning what you believe is happening versus what is reality. 
Grab you copy today!  You will not be disappointed!

Drink Selection
Sit back and enjoy a glass of Summer Sangria, of three while reading Remember Me!  Yum! 
Rating
I really enjoyed this read and I loved the way it was written!  5 wine glasses all the way!
Author Bio
Lynda Renham has been writing for as long as she can remember and had her first work published in a magazine at age nine and has continued writing in various forms since. She has had several poems published as well as articles in numerous magazines and newspapers. Recently she has taken part in radio discussions on the BBC.

She has studied literature and creative writing and has a blog on her web page: www.renham.co.uk

Lynda lives with her second husband and cat in Oxfordshire, England. She is Associate Editor for the online magazine The Scavenger and contributor to many others. When not writing Lynda can usually be found wasting her time on Facebook.


Links to Purchase
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