About the Book:
Title: The One She Can’t Forget
Series: Second Chance Fire Station #2
Author: Tara Grace Ericson
Publisher: Silver Fountain Press
Release Date: March 27th, 2023
Genre: Christian Contemporary Romance
The sweet memories of our relationship haunt me more than any fire I’ve ever fought.
Because she can’t remember any of it.
I thought my world was falling apart when Monica was in the car accident. Waiting desperately with her family in the hospital, I couldn’t let anyone see just how much I cared.
Our secret relationship meant my hidden torture as I waited for her to wake up. But when she finally did, the truth, was so much worse.
Thankfully, she’s healing perfectly fine–except she can’t remember the last six months.
Which means she still thinks we merely tolerate each other for her brother’s sake and are more inclined toward animosity than attraction.
She doesn’t remember our first kiss.
Or our first date.
Or our promises of forever.
No one else in town knew we were together, especially her brother–my best friend. And when I tried to tell her, she doesn’t even trust me enough to believe it.
But I’ll do everything I can to make her remember. And if that doesn’t work, I’ll just have to make her fall in love with me all over again. Even if it was nearly impossible the first time. I’ll be The One She Can’t Forget.
This book was just so good! I read it in a day! The One She Can’t Forget is the second book in Tara Grace Ericson’s Second Chance Fire Station series. I have been eagerly waiting for this book and it did not disappoint.
I loved Jake. He was such a wonderful character. I felt for him from the beginning and I wanted him to find his happiness. He was struggling because Monica forgot him and because he was still dealing with feelings of the past. His father had been a hard man and he was learning to forgive and find himself in Christ. Jake had to learn to trust God and what it looked like to love Monica I loved how full of life Jake was and how deeply he cared for Monica
Monica was a bit of a more complicated character. But she grew on me as I read more of the book. She was stubborn and strong and she was trying to put the pieces of her life back together. I did feel for Monica as she tried to figure out her memories and how to heal again. Monica had to learn to see Jake for who he truly was and learn that she couldn’t control everything.
It was sweet to read about Jake waiting on Monica and trying to win her. I loved reading about them falling in love. I liked the depth behind their friendship and romance, they truly got to know each other. The characters were of course lovely and the side characters were a lot of fun. Ericson is able to create a story that draws you in and I really enjoy how she effortlessly weaves faith into her stories.
The One She Can’t Forget was just so good! I would definitely recommend it! I can’t wait to read the next one. Ericson’s books just keep on getting better and better.
I voluntarily reviewed a complimentary copy of this book which I received from the author. All views expressed are only my honest opinion, I was not required to write a positive review.