Thursday, January 23, 2014

Baby, It's Cold Outside by Genevieve Jourdin

Carter, you’re freaking me out. Don’t tell me you love me. That’s just weird. Why were you at my house last night?” Something was very wrong here. She was looking at me like I was the one acting crazy.

Justine, what are you talking about? Of course I know you, of course I love you. We live together.” I picked up her hand to give it a reassuring squeeze but before I could she jerked it away.

~~Page 12, Baby, It's Cold Outside by Genevieve Jourdin

Justine has an accident and she forgets two previous years of her life. Carter is frantic as she does not remember living with him. She knows him though. His sister is her best friend. At that time she did not even like him. She is older to him and that seems to bother her.

Carter does not know what to do. They were going to be engaged and she does not remember a thing! Slowly with his patience and love, she start remembering the past. It is narrative from the male point of view. Some might find the couple cute but it did nothing for me. And I found it quite mundane too, at some places. It is one time read and one can safely forget it after reading. I downloaded it for free. I am not going to buy anything by this author.


Rose said...

How horrible to lose your memory like that. Sorry to hear that you didn't like the book more. Thanks for participating!

Melissa @thereaderandthechef said...

I second Rose's thoughts. Poor guy, having to patiently wait for Carter to remember him and their relationship.