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Detective Ben Russo is in trouble. He just can’t remember why. When a car accident lands Ben in the hospital, he can’t recall anything about his life. What he does know is he’s enchanted by a tiny nurse named Tess, but can’t shake the feeling they’re both in danger. After being left at the altar, Tess Jansenn moves to a new town and starts over. When her ex-fiancé, Ben, s Detective Ben Russo is in trouble. He just can’t remember why. When a car accident lands Ben in the hospital, he can’t recall anything about his life. What he does know is he’s enchanted by a tiny nurse named Tess, but can’t shake the feeling they’re both in danger. After being left at the altar, Tess Jansenn moves to a new town and starts over. When her ex-fiancé, Ben, shows up in the ER where she works with no memory of her, she must decide – tell Ben who he is or let him remember on his own. Can Tess forgive and forget what drove them apart, and when Ben remembers, will the consequences of his choices make it too late for love?


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Detective Ben Russo is in trouble. He just can’t remember why. When a car accident lands Ben in the hospital, he can’t recall anything about his life. What he does know is he’s enchanted by a tiny nurse named Tess, but can’t shake the feeling they’re both in danger. After being left at the altar, Tess Jansenn moves to a new town and starts over. When her ex-fiancé, Ben, s Detective Ben Russo is in trouble. He just can’t remember why. When a car accident lands Ben in the hospital, he can’t recall anything about his life. What he does know is he’s enchanted by a tiny nurse named Tess, but can’t shake the feeling they’re both in danger. After being left at the altar, Tess Jansenn moves to a new town and starts over. When her ex-fiancé, Ben, shows up in the ER where she works with no memory of her, she must decide – tell Ben who he is or let him remember on his own. Can Tess forgive and forget what drove them apart, and when Ben remembers, will the consequences of his choices make it too late for love?

30 review for Remember Me

  1. 4 out of 5

    Karla Rose

    A fun romantic read. The main characters Ben and Tess are compelling. They make mistakes, and they try to fix them. The book is full of humor and enough twists to keep you interested. Not to mention secondary characters you can't help but love (or dislike). With characters of strong and wavering faith, it was refreshing to read a story with God included in a way that wasn't heavy handed but felt natural and real. I can't wait to read the next installment. A fun romantic read. The main characters Ben and Tess are compelling. They make mistakes, and they try to fix them. The book is full of humor and enough twists to keep you interested. Not to mention secondary characters you can't help but love (or dislike). With characters of strong and wavering faith, it was refreshing to read a story with God included in a way that wasn't heavy handed but felt natural and real. I can't wait to read the next installment.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Agnieszka

    I liked the book enough I'll like to read the next one in series but can't say I'm really impressed. Some of the plot ideas were not very realistic to me and the general idea of the 'suspense' plot was rather obvious and sometimes annoying the way the characters acted. All in all nice but not very convincing. I liked the book enough I'll like to read the next one in series but can't say I'm really impressed. Some of the plot ideas were not very realistic to me and the general idea of the 'suspense' plot was rather obvious and sometimes annoying the way the characters acted. All in all nice but not very convincing.

  3. 4 out of 5

    Amanda Geaney

    Lara Van Hulzen makes an explosive entrance into the Christian writing scene with her debut suspense romance Remember Me. Readers will find themselves helplessly drawn to the rekindling romance between Ben Russo and Tess Janseen. As events unfold Van Hulzen dials up the suspense, concluding with a stunning finale that you won’t see coming. The ruggedly handsome Ben Russo becomes blinded by grief after the accidental shooting death of his parents. His inability to find solace in his faith or to be Lara Van Hulzen makes an explosive entrance into the Christian writing scene with her debut suspense romance Remember Me. Readers will find themselves helplessly drawn to the rekindling romance between Ben Russo and Tess Janseen. As events unfold Van Hulzen dials up the suspense, concluding with a stunning finale that you won’t see coming. The ruggedly handsome Ben Russo becomes blinded by grief after the accidental shooting death of his parents. His inability to find solace in his faith or to be comforted by his future bride causes him to become withdrawn and despondent. Setting his sights on revenge, Ben pulls away from Tess, which results in his leaving her just days before their wedding. I found something so real and raw about Tess that I made an immediate connection with her character. Most women can relate to having a broken heart at some time in their life, but being left at the alter – unimaginable! Picking up the pieces of her broken heart, Tess moved to a quaint coastal town for a fresh start. Tess’ tender nurturing qualities made my heart ache for her after buried emotions roil to the surface following Ben’s re-entrance into her life . Despite his betrayal, I felt myself secretly hoping their relationship would be renewed. Remember Me delivers love and romance in a way that brings honor to God. Even more, the main characters pray both privately and with one another which I found to be refreshing. Lara Van Hulzen’s debut novel is well written, containing the perfect measure of romance, with skillfully crafted suspense. I give Remember Me 5/5 stars.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Lois

    Loved this mystery that grabs the reader on page one when Tess, a nurse about to go off duty, is assigned to a car-accident patient with no memory of who he is. This is startling to Tess since the patient is Ben, her ex-fiancee who stood her up a week before their wedding. The story unfolds from there with intrigue beyond Ben's memory loss. Suspense builds on several fronts, keeping the reader turning pages to unravel what caused Ben to break their engagement and why Tess's life now seems to be i Loved this mystery that grabs the reader on page one when Tess, a nurse about to go off duty, is assigned to a car-accident patient with no memory of who he is. This is startling to Tess since the patient is Ben, her ex-fiancee who stood her up a week before their wedding. The story unfolds from there with intrigue beyond Ben's memory loss. Suspense builds on several fronts, keeping the reader turning pages to unravel what caused Ben to break their engagement and why Tess's life now seems to be in danger. And…the author "got me!" I thought I had figured out what was going on, but I had not! I can't wait to read the next book in this series that picks up with Aimee and Dane, characters that play significant roles in "Remember Me." Great read!!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Aimee (Getting Your Read On)

    This author is new to me and after reading this book, she is one that I will be keeping my eyes on. This is the first book in the Men of Honor series. This was a good, clean romance book. I think I remember one instance or so of mild swearing. I loved the story and the characters. There was even a bit of suspense and action in there toward the end. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in this series. This author is new to me and after reading this book, she is one that I will be keeping my eyes on. This is the first book in the Men of Honor series. This was a good, clean romance book. I think I remember one instance or so of mild swearing. I loved the story and the characters. There was even a bit of suspense and action in there toward the end. I'm looking forward to reading the next book in this series.

  6. 5 out of 5

    heather harris

    I read this book in 2 days. I really enjoyed the story and the main characters, Tess and Ben. I was already hoping for a second book with Aimee and Dane before I finished reading it. It is hard to find a good, Christian romance/suspense book, but this one was great. I can't wait to read more from Lara Van Hulzen! I read this book in 2 days. I really enjoyed the story and the main characters, Tess and Ben. I was already hoping for a second book with Aimee and Dane before I finished reading it. It is hard to find a good, Christian romance/suspense book, but this one was great. I can't wait to read more from Lara Van Hulzen!

  7. 5 out of 5

    Kari

    This book falls into my "guilty pleasure" category - is it realistic? Nope. Is it silly? Kinda. But was it a fun read? You betcha. Four and a half stars for this gem that kept my attention, had me excited to read, and broke me from my book hangover. This book falls into my "guilty pleasure" category - is it realistic? Nope. Is it silly? Kinda. But was it a fun read? You betcha. Four and a half stars for this gem that kept my attention, had me excited to read, and broke me from my book hangover.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Mari

    4.5 stars Coming off an intense read I needed this sweet romance with a bit of suspense. I thought it was similar to The Vow at first but not really as it went on. In fact the angst factor wasnt from the amnesia at all. It was wrapped up nicely and it had its own cute moments too.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Rebecca Reilly

    Lovely romance! Well-written and well-edited. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series! Lovely romance! Well-written and well-edited. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series!

  10. 4 out of 5

    Jackie

    This is is one to pick up and read! Well done I look forward to see what comes next from this writer!

  11. 5 out of 5

    ysar

    Tess thought she had everything with Ben, but then a week before their wedding, she was left with nothing but a note and an irreparably broken heart. Except the man she never expected to see again is suddenly back, a victim of a car accident with no memory of who he is or how he got there. If he never remembers, she'll never get answers. But if he does, she just might lose him all over again. The Verdict: It only took me a few pages to realize I wasn't putting this book down until I'd read every Tess thought she had everything with Ben, but then a week before their wedding, she was left with nothing but a note and an irreparably broken heart. Except the man she never expected to see again is suddenly back, a victim of a car accident with no memory of who he is or how he got there. If he never remembers, she'll never get answers. But if he does, she just might lose him all over again. The Verdict: It only took me a few pages to realize I wasn't putting this book down until I'd read every word of it. Tess is so easy to identify with. After a devastating break-up that she still can't wrap her head around, she's just starting to get her life back on track. She's moved, found a new job, made new friends, and even though she's still heartbroken, confused, and angry, she's getting by and getting better. But then the man who broke her heart shows up, with no memory of her at all, and her slowly healing world is turned upside down. The situation when she sees him again is nearly as awful as his leaving. She doesn't know why he's there, and she wants answers he can't remember. Even after being inside her mind, I can't wrap my head around how difficult that would be. It's the most natural thing in the world to want to know why a relationship ended, despite the fact that knowing rarely equals understanding. But to have the guy who broke your heart not even remember you? It's no wonder she froze up. While I could certainly understand her not saying anything to Ben immediately, not telling him his name and certainly not their shared history, I was very surprised she kept it a secret from the very people who needed to know. I would have expected her to tell the cop or the social worker or at the very least Ben's doctor. Her neighbor Mike, a pediatrician whom I doubt had much expertise in amnesia, suggested that it might be better if Ben remembered on his own, but shouldn't she have told someone assigned to his case? I had started to figure out that Ben had been working undercover before it was spelled out for me, and when his reason for leaving her practically at the alter was revealed, at first I thought it was rather implausible. But the more I thought about it, the more I realized that it kind of made sense. People in grief aren't exactly rational, and while I'm still pretty mad about the way Ben left Tess, it's actually kind of perfect. It shows he's flawed, capable of making the same bad decisions as a man with no faith might, and that's a big part of what makes this story story stand out. The one thing I wasn't too keen on was the final showdown with the “bad guy.” While it was tense and thrilling and didn't shy away from gritty drama, I feel like someone needs to remind fictional villains that taking a moment to gloat in the success of their malicious scheming is the equivalent of rolling out the red carpet for the cavalry. I much prefer when the motivation is revealed after the danger has passed or because the main character puts two and two together on their own, not because the villain decides that they have all the time in the world to revel in their evil win. Faith-based romances are frequently more miss than hit for me. I like to read about characters who are real, who make the same dumb mistakes we all do, don't always go to church, aren't terrified of having a beer after work, and occasionally fly off the handle when they're angry. I can't relate to someone who only strays from a righteous path long enough to teach readers a lesson. Fortunately, Remember Me delivered exactly what I wanted. Ben and Tess are genuinely good people, as are the secondary characters we meet along the way. But they are absolutely human, facing real problems and not always dealing with them the right way. Yes, they prayed, but they didn't preach, and that's what kept the story grounded for me. There's romance and passion (while keeping it clean), mystery and danger, angst and miscommunication… basically everything that keeps me reading mainstream romances but with an added positive undercurrent of faith. If more faith-based romances were like Remember Me, my Kindle would be overflowing with them. ***FicCentral received this book from *the author* for free in exchange for an honest review.

  12. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

    I received a copy of this title from the author. It does not impact my review. Fun fact before I get started. I went to a Nazarene college and Van Hulzen attended Point Loma Nazarene University in California. Every year when it snowed there were always people who vowed to transfer to Point Loma. So while I never met the author, or visited Point Loma, it's kind of a cool connection. Tess is a nurse who has a John Doe patient, someone who's lost his memory. She's surprised to find it's her ex-fiancé I received a copy of this title from the author. It does not impact my review. Fun fact before I get started. I went to a Nazarene college and Van Hulzen attended Point Loma Nazarene University in California. Every year when it snowed there were always people who vowed to transfer to Point Loma. So while I never met the author, or visited Point Loma, it's kind of a cool connection. Tess is a nurse who has a John Doe patient, someone who's lost his memory. She's surprised to find it's her ex-fiancé. She's torn about whether or not she should tell him the truth, but ultimately decides against it. Her friend and neighbor , Mike, who is a doctor, gives her the (somewhat flimsy) excuse that it would probably be better if he remembers things on his own. He offers his home to the recovering Ben, thus keeping him close to Tess. I have to say that this really bothered me. I thought for sure there would be some type of legal ramifications because Tess speaks with a police officer and doesn't tell him that she knows who Ben is. However, I asked my brother, a cop, and he said it could technically be "obstruction of official business", but probably wouldn't be more than a misdemeanor, if that. And since it doesn't take long for the police find his ID (kind of), it's not really an ongoing case or anything. So Ben goes home with Mike and Tess and begins to develop a relationship with Tess all over again. While she struggles with wanting to know why he left her before their wedding, she's enjoying the second chance. She knows she eventually needs to tell him the truth if they are to try having a future together, but things fall apart when he recovers his memory on his own and doesn't let on that he remembers. There are things he can't tell Tess, yet, not without putting her in danger. The characters in Remember Me are likable. While Tess did annoy me at some times, she was overall a good character. She made some poor decisions, but she realized they were poor and did try to do better. I liked Ben and found him the most complex character of the bunch. I would've liked to have seen a little more background information given on their relationship, though. I also really liked Tess's friends, Mike and Emma. Remember Me is a faith based novel, but I think people who don't generally like "religion" in books would still enjoy it. There are mentions of church and relationships with God, but it's never "preachy" and isn't even a huge theme in the book, however I think it will still satisfy fans of faith based romantic suspense. Overall, I enjoyed Remember Me. While a few parts were kind of predictable, the focus was really on the relationship between Ben and Tess and it was well done. I think fans of romantic suspense will enjoy it. I look forward to reading the next book in the series. Overall Rating (out of 5): 3 Stars

  13. 4 out of 5

    Jodi Janz

    Lara Van Hulzen may or may not be a new name to you, but if she is ... check her out! Her tagline is Romance with a Twist of Faith and she definitely delivers. Book One in Van Hulzen's Men of Honor series is titled Remember Me. It is a fast moving, twisting tale of lost love, redemption and renewal in God's economy. This story was fascinating to me from the start. Tess is thrown into such a tail-spin from page two on. The action and tension picks up instantly and moves you quickly through the enti Lara Van Hulzen may or may not be a new name to you, but if she is ... check her out! Her tagline is Romance with a Twist of Faith and she definitely delivers. Book One in Van Hulzen's Men of Honor series is titled Remember Me. It is a fast moving, twisting tale of lost love, redemption and renewal in God's economy. This story was fascinating to me from the start. Tess is thrown into such a tail-spin from page two on. The action and tension picks up instantly and moves you quickly through the entire story. I enjoyed the characters immensely. Tess, although shaken by being left at the alter is confident and capable. She is a hard-working nurse, her faith in God is strong and she is surrounded by a tight-knit support system. All of that make the story believable as she tries to sort out what to do with this "lumberjack-of-a-man" who just tromped unknowingly back into her life ... and heart. The suspense plot of the story takes a bit to get going, but I never felt bored or impatient. There was a lot to sort out between the two characters and the author did a great job of keeping the story entertaining. Once the suspense plot of the story gets into action, the reader is in for a ride. The romance of the book is strong and compelling. Even though the reader should dislike Ben for ditching Tess at the alter, I didn't. I rooted for him from almost page one. I loved that there wasn't open hostility between the two characters - as Tess knew Ben didn't know who she was there was no point in being angry towards him. The secondary characters were lovely as well. Tess's friends that walk beside her through the entire ordeal are well-rounded and fun characters. As a prequel maybe Ms. Van Hulzen could share with the readers their love story. :) Anyway, a very nice lead into story number two in the series, as both main characters reach out to other family and friends to help solve the storyline. Once Ben remembers who he is he involves his police partner Dane in trying to keep Tess safe. And Tess reaches out to her vibrant and lively sister Aimee. Fireworks fly instantly. However this happens quite late in the story so not to distract from the current love story. It sure was a fun addition though. All in all I thoroughly enjoyed this story. My only disappointment was that the story wrapped up super quickly. The tension and suspense is high throughout and then it was suddenly over and resolved. That felt a little off to me. But in the end it didn't deter my positive ratings! Thank you to the author for a chance to read and review this book. I received the book free of charge in exchange for honest review.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Kathleen (Kat) Smith

    For some of us, we wish we could forget the past, especially when we've made some mistakes we regret. I guess the same thing could be said for Ben Russo, but he wasn't planning on getting that prayer answered in the most unusual way. Just a week before he was suppose to get married, Ben left that fateful Dear John note for Tess. Said he needed time to figure somethings out and was heading to Europe to go backpacking. He took the pieces of her broken heart with her. Now the last person Tess ever For some of us, we wish we could forget the past, especially when we've made some mistakes we regret. I guess the same thing could be said for Ben Russo, but he wasn't planning on getting that prayer answered in the most unusual way. Just a week before he was suppose to get married, Ben left that fateful Dear John note for Tess. Said he needed time to figure somethings out and was heading to Europe to go backpacking. He took the pieces of her broken heart with her. Now the last person Tess ever expected to see would be an unidentified John Doe who was involved in a car accident in the ER where she worked. She walked in on the man who had left her broken hearted but didn't remember who he was. How could life hand her something so unexpected and cruel? Is she just suppose to forget this man was the only love of her life, the man she intended to wait for until she was married? Was she simply supposed to hold all her emotions in check while she checked his vitals? After all this time, he still looked amazing and that was what made it hard to deal with this situation. Knowing she should be honest and tell him who he is and how she knows it, the doctors disagree. They feel like he will gain his memory back in time and that telling him might just set him back further. In fact, if she tells him everything she knows, he may not still remember and then where will he go. It's best to just give it time and thankfully one of her doctor friends has offered to let Ben stay with him until he knows who he is and where he lives. More importantly what was he doing just miles from where Tess lives when he had the accident? Will Tess' heart be able to wait for the love she believes has come back to her for a second chance? I received Remember Me by Lara Van Hulzen compliments of CreateSpace Publishers for my honest review and aside from receiving a complimentary copy of the book, I did not receive any monetary compensation for a favorable review. I absolutely LOVED this one and reminds me of a similar story I wrote in my late 20's. Something about the beach, a lost love and danger places these as favorites in my book lover's heart. This one truly hit it out of the park on the romance and suspense scale. What woman wouldn't want the man of her dreams to realize what a fool he had been and come rushing back into her life for a second chance? This is the first novel in The Men of Honor Series and I, for one, can't wait for the sequel. Pins and needles time!!! This one is a 5 out of 5 stars in my opinion and only hope I might be lucky enough to garner a review copy of the sequel!!!

  15. 4 out of 5

    Jessica Higgins

    A fast paced story with enjoyable twists and turns, even if a few were predictable. Tess Jansenn has moved on, or at least is trying to. After being left at the altar, she has moved to a new town and is trying to start over. She has a good job and great friends. Everything is looking up when she is asked to check on the new patient that was just brought in. Once she steps foot in the room she realizes that the new world she was trying to build for herself is coming crashing on top of herself. Lay A fast paced story with enjoyable twists and turns, even if a few were predictable. Tess Jansenn has moved on, or at least is trying to. After being left at the altar, she has moved to a new town and is trying to start over. She has a good job and great friends. Everything is looking up when she is asked to check on the new patient that was just brought in. Once she steps foot in the room she realizes that the new world she was trying to build for herself is coming crashing on top of herself. Laying in the bed is Ben Russo, her ex-fiance. He was in a car accident and has no memory. She debates whether or not to tell him who he is and why she knows him. She decides to let things play out. When Ben moves in with Tess’s neighbor, she finds herself falling more in love with him than before. Ben Russo doesn’t know anything except that the nurse that has walked into his room is more beautiful than he could have ever imagined. He feels that he knows her but doesn’t know how. So many images flash through his mind but none make sense. One day while out surfing everything comes back to him all at once. He looks over at Tess and knows that even with as much as he wants to stay here he can’t. He has to protect her and he doesn’t know the best way to do that. With every choice he wonders if the consequences will be too much for the love they have found. This book took no time to read. It was fast and a really good read. I found a few flaws with some of the writing at times but very few and far between. The characters were likable. Their flaws made them relatable. It wasn’t five star writing but with a little more polishing it could easily be five stars. This is the first in the series and there was plenty of set up for the second book. As a first for Lara Van Hulzen I see real potential in her ability to set up characters and ratchet up tension as needed to keep the story flowing. It can be difficult in a romantic suspense to find that right balance and not get lost in the love story.

  16. 5 out of 5

    Iola

    It’s been a long shift in ER for Tess Jansenn. It gets longer when her last patient is her ex-fiance, the man who left her a week before their wedding, leaving only a note to explain his reasons. Now he’s back, but he’s got amnesia and can’t remember anything, not even his own name. Ben is frustrated that he can’t remember anything, but is attracted to the tiny nurse, and overcome with the desire to protect her after an accident—or was it? There were plenty of secrets, which always make for a g It’s been a long shift in ER for Tess Jansenn. It gets longer when her last patient is her ex-fiance, the man who left her a week before their wedding, leaving only a note to explain his reasons. Now he’s back, but he’s got amnesia and can’t remember anything, not even his own name. Ben is frustrated that he can’t remember anything, but is attracted to the tiny nurse, and overcome with the desire to protect her after an accident—or was it? There were plenty of secrets, which always make for a good plot. Tess is obviously keeping one huge secret from Ben: that she knows who he is. Amnesiac Ben obviously isn’t keeping any secrets, because he has no memories, but hidden behind the amnesia is the real Ben, who does have secrets … like why he left Tess, and why he now seems to have a different name. One thing neither of them can hide is their chemistry, but that’s not enough to base a relationship on, especially when Tess knows she’s hiding Ben’s past from him. I started Remember Me thinking it was going to be a straightforward romance, but was pleased to find it turn into more of a romantic suspense plot as we learn why Ben abandoned Tess (after all, I’m a romantic suspense fan). The plot was well-constructed with good pacing with several excellent plot twists, and the writing was very good—more than good enough to keep me engaged throughout. I liked all the characters including the minor characters of Aimee (Tess’s sister) and Dane (Ben’s best friend), who were nicely set up to be the lead couple in Get To Me, the second book in the Men of Honor series, published on 14 April. It looks just as good! Thanks to the author for providing a free ebook for review.

  17. 4 out of 5

    Dora Hiers

    Tess Jansenn is finally moving on after ex-fiance, Ben Russo, abandoned her just before their wedding. That doesn't mean she's over Ben, and he surely never stopped loving Tess. When Ben shows back up mysteriously, she must choose whether to turn her back on him or help, and that wasn't an easy choice. I just love romances about second chances and Remember Me fits the bill! It's also a great reminder that things aren't always as they seem, which is especially true of this book. Not just once, but Tess Jansenn is finally moving on after ex-fiance, Ben Russo, abandoned her just before their wedding. That doesn't mean she's over Ben, and he surely never stopped loving Tess. When Ben shows back up mysteriously, she must choose whether to turn her back on him or help, and that wasn't an easy choice. I just love romances about second chances and Remember Me fits the bill! It's also a great reminder that things aren't always as they seem, which is especially true of this book. Not just once, but three times I slapped my forehead with a "Wow! I didn't see that one coming!" The gentle faith thread just ratchets it up several notches for me on the "ahhh" scale. :) "I believe we meet God in places that aren't always buildings. For me, sometimes church is out there." She motioned to the water with her chin. Remember Me is Lara Van Hulzen's debut novel, and I LOVED it! I'm already tapping my foot, waiting impatiently for the next one, Get to Me, which I was thrilled to discover will feature Dane and Aimee. I dug into Remember Me at the start of a six hour drive to visit our son, and didn't stop devouring it until the last page. It was that good! Disclaimer: I purchased a copy of Remember Me. The opinions expressed in this review are my own, and I received no monetary compensation.

  18. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    When my review copy of Remember Me first arrived I was drawn to the cover. I'll admit I was slightly put off by the font when I opened the book though. That sounds so superficial, but the font is very non-standard for a novel. It made me question the quality of the book. Even though the story sounded interesting, it took me awhile to actually sit down and read it. I am happy to say my speculations due to my font-aversion were unfounded. The story was quite enjoyable. I was very curious about Ben When my review copy of Remember Me first arrived I was drawn to the cover. I'll admit I was slightly put off by the font when I opened the book though. That sounds so superficial, but the font is very non-standard for a novel. It made me question the quality of the book. Even though the story sounded interesting, it took me awhile to actually sit down and read it. I am happy to say my speculations due to my font-aversion were unfounded. The story was quite enjoyable. I was very curious about Ben and where he'd been since leaving Tess. And, why he'd left her in the first place. Tess had such a great support system in Mike and Emma. The setting and her relationship with her friends really made for a comforting setting. Something she desperately needed after being jilted. Once I really sat down and got going with the story, it was a fast read. There were a few swear words, but otherwise the story was clean. The romance was good, and there is some action that kept things moving along. 3.5 stars.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Trinity Rose

    I really am glad that I try new authors, because Lara Van Hulzen is such an excellent one. Her book Remember Me, book one in the Men of Honor series is incredible. I totally love books where people lose their memories. This one is really good. Tess and Ben are sweet characters, but also have much depth in them. Remember is an tremendous love story with great suspense running through. The ending was very surprising, but satisfying. The characters, scenery and dialogue are brilliant and well wort I really am glad that I try new authors, because Lara Van Hulzen is such an excellent one. Her book Remember Me, book one in the Men of Honor series is incredible. I totally love books where people lose their memories. This one is really good. Tess and Ben are sweet characters, but also have much depth in them. Remember is an tremendous love story with great suspense running through. The ending was very surprising, but satisfying. The characters, scenery and dialogue are brilliant and well worth the time to read. I really can’t wait until Lara’s next book. Highly recommended. You will love it. Thank you to the Author/Publicist for providing this book for review. I was not required to write a positive review. The opinions I have expressed are my own. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission's 16 CFR, Part 255

  20. 5 out of 5

    Victoria Brinius

    I just finished reading "Remember Me" and I really liked it. I liked the storyline and I liked the characters. The story is one of a man who walks away from his girlfriend because he believes that he is protecting her. But, can he really be putting her in danger? Will their faith help them in the future? Will they ever be able to forget their past and get back together? The characters were great. I give this book a 4/5. I was given this book for the purpose of a review and all opinions are my ow I just finished reading "Remember Me" and I really liked it. I liked the storyline and I liked the characters. The story is one of a man who walks away from his girlfriend because he believes that he is protecting her. But, can he really be putting her in danger? Will their faith help them in the future? Will they ever be able to forget their past and get back together? The characters were great. I give this book a 4/5. I was given this book for the purpose of a review and all opinions are my own.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Cindy

    Lara Van Hulzen is a new to me author, and one I hope to review again. I enjoyed this story greatly. While there were some predictable parts there were enough turns and twists to keep you guessing and frustrated. You will want to shake Ben and Tess to get them to see past the past and see what lies ahead. A great story, fast paced easy reading. 4.5 stars from this reviewer. This book was provided for review purposes only, no payment was received for this review.

  22. 4 out of 5

    Holly

    I couldn't put it down! It had a good suspense element but it was the romance that was the best part. Ben and Tess were very likable, well developed characters although Ben should have had his butt kicked a bit more. The secondary characters were quite good. I look forward to reading more in this series. I couldn't put it down! It had a good suspense element but it was the romance that was the best part. Ben and Tess were very likable, well developed characters although Ben should have had his butt kicked a bit more. The secondary characters were quite good. I look forward to reading more in this series.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Tarah

    I loved the premise of this story, and found it very intriguing. However, I did feel that the overall story wasn't as polished as it could be, and that it needed to be edited a little more. I also didn't appreciate the swearing in it. I think that the more she writes the more polished and finished her books will feel. Overall, I'd give another one of her books a try. I loved the premise of this story, and found it very intriguing. However, I did feel that the overall story wasn't as polished as it could be, and that it needed to be edited a little more. I also didn't appreciate the swearing in it. I think that the more she writes the more polished and finished her books will feel. Overall, I'd give another one of her books a try.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Lindsey

    Good cleAn romance. I liked the suspend and characters. 3.5'stars Good cleAn romance. I liked the suspend and characters. 3.5'stars

  25. 4 out of 5

    Xine's Obsession

    3⭐️

  26. 5 out of 5

    Upeka

  27. 5 out of 5

    Stephanie

  28. 5 out of 5

    Michael J Hill

  29. 4 out of 5

    Izabela

  30. 5 out of 5

    Alita Pipes

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