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In the deep woods of East Texas, Henry supports his family by selling bootleg liquor. It’s all he can do to keep his compassionate but ailing mother and his stepfather—a fanatical grassroots minister with a bruising rhetoric—from ruin. But they have no idea they’ve become the obsession of the girl in the woods.
Abandoned and nearly feral, Eve has been watching them, seduced by the notion of family—something she’s known only in the most brutal sense. Soon she can’t resist the temptation to get close. Where Henry’s mother sees a poor girl in need, his father sees only wickedness. When Henry forges an unexpected bond with Eve, he believes he might be able to save her. He doesn’t know how wrong he is.
Eve is about to take charge of her own destiny—and that of Henry’s family. As both their worlds spin violently out of control, Henry must make an impossible choice: protect the broken woman who’s claimed a piece of his soul, or put everyone he loves at risk in order to do the right thing.
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October 14, 2017
**ARC provided in exchange for an honest review**
"Now, there was only Eve. Broken, broken Eve. The girl with no name."
I usually don't read a lot of books outside the romance/paranormal genre, however every now and then I do. What made me pick up The Unremembered Girl was the intriguing and myster...
October 06, 2017
I'm pretty sure the author believes this is a tragic, yet hopeful love/coming of age story. Unfortunately it's actually the story of a selfish ass justifying all his bad decisions (view spoiler)[AND HE EVEN GETS A HAPPY ENDING, WTF. The complete lack of sympathy for Eve and all the trauma she'd suffered through... (hide spoiler)]
November 25, 2017
Wow, this book was just god awful. The "I'm broken and only love can fix me." troupe is so irritating. This woman who clearly has years of trauma and abuse and hardly speaks, received no help or counseling of any sort, but instead - a marriage proposition four months after she was found in the wo...
January 26, 2018
Yeah, no. Definitely not my favorite book. The plot jerked along for the whole novel and the characters were two dimensional. While it does smooth over a bit during the second half of the book, I was thoroughly Over It by then and only reading because I Ain't A Quitter. A few notes:
1.) When I say...
October 01, 2017
Upon reading the word ‘girl’ in the title (coupled with its uninspiring cover) I almost skipped over this one. I’m so glad I paid the book summary closer attention as it delivered an addictive read which I read in one sitting this afternoon.
Lots of subtle things keep the momentum ticking along ni...
December 04, 2017
No. Just no.
Maybe it's my own fault for not recognizing the "[x person] is ~BROKEN~! The valiant hero must ~fix~ them!" vibes from the summary, because I despise these stories. And this was one such story. This wasn't a love story or a hopeful story or a tragic story, it was aggravating and unint...
October 18, 2017
Not for me. Unbelievable characters. The relationship between Eve and Henry is very confusing to me. The infatuation is unbelievable.
December 15, 2017
It took me a while to read this because I am reading another book and trying to get ready for Christmas. But, this is a must read. Oh my, Henry has to be one of the strongest characters and I hated Eve all the way through. I never felt their relationship was nothing more than codependency. I do r...
December 06, 2017
Wow, what a twist! That is all I will say. If you enjoy psychological thrillers/suspense you'll want to pick this one up!
February 17, 2018
Henry sells bootleg liquor to support his family in deep woods of East Texas. His compassionate mother is dying of cancer and his step father is detached from reality as he is a grassroots minister whose pulpit is the top of a trash can as he screams out sermons to all who pass by. A half feral g...