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Michael DeCara came home from the Vietnam War a wounded man, both physically and emotionally. He tried putting his life back together, but found civilian life difficult after all he'd experienced in Nam. Raising his young daughter, Vanessa, by himself after his wife left, he found it difficult to commit to one job or one woman for any length of time. Then he met a young woman who made him feel good about himself again and who fell in love with Vanessa as well. But then a life-changing event occurred and he had to choose between his past and the present. He chose to leave without a word to the young woman, believing he was doing what was best for her. Now, years later, she has walked back into his life and he believes they may have a second chance at love-except she hates him and he doesn't understand why.
Danielle Westerly fell in love when she was only eighteen and her heart was broken when he left her without a word. Her heartache was increased when she made a fateful decision that would alter her future, and she blamed him for her loss. Years later, she is single and has built up a successful career when she accidently runs into the man who was responsible for her past pain. Yet, their chemistry is undeniable. Can Dani give up her anger and let go of the pain of the past and fall in love again with the man she has hated all these years?
Dani and Michael share a journey of heartache, loss and painful memories that threaten to keep them apart. Can they break past these and finally find love again?
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By Scott Gilbert on 10-01-14
Nothing surprising, but solid
If you could sum up Memories in three words, what would they be?
Sweet Love Story
How would you have changed the story to make it more enjoyable?
I knew early on where it was going and I would have liked some twist or turn, but it was a very solid piece and I enjoyed listening to it.
Which character – as performed by Andrew Troth – was your favorite?
By far Michael. Andrew was able to make him lovable even in his brokeness.
Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?
Visiting the Memorial