Always, Fish. You’re it. My always. You forget me, and walk away and I would love you still.”She pulls back, and stares at me, eyes wide and searching. “Do you think I could forget you?”I shrug, “Doesn’t matter. I’ll remember for both of us, and I’ll make you remember too.”
Can you ever forget the love of your life?
When an accident takes away all your memories, and you can’t remember anything, what will you do?
Peyton had an accident. More than just cuts and bruises, she couldn’t remember anything from her past, even Rike. And it was eating her up. She doesn’t know who this guy popping into her room, she has a feeling she wants him there, but she was so unsure. There was Lindsay, the girl who was with her during the accident who is supposed to be her best friend. She had suffered more than she did, but she just couldn’t recall anything at all.
This was her journey in finding her old self, her past, her memories only to realize that the best way of doing it was to embrace the present and accept the new her. It wasn’t an easy journey for Peyton. But I was glad she made it, thanks to the support of her friends who love her, and her brother who came to her aide when she needed him most.
It was like watching them falling in love all over again, I love the Before & After concept and the alternate POV – it gave me an insight on how they got together, how things were before the accident and made me appreciate every single moment they have after. It was really hard not just for Rike but for Lindsay too.
Yes, this story is sad, it’s heartbreaking at times, and there were moments you’d give up for the both of them. But Rike? He wanted the girl. He wanted her before the accident, and he wanted her even if she doesn’t remember him. His love was strong and steadfast, he had his dumb moments, of course – but it all comes down to the fact that he was totally, truly, hopelessly in love with her.
This is what true love really is. It gets through the worse possible scenario, it gets through everything life may put you through – in the end, when love is real, when love is genuine, when love is true: it will survive every odds thrown their way. And this book? It’s watching how true love works. Unlimited. No boundaries. No conditions.
It’s a great tale of what true love can do. It can move mountains, it can make miracles happen.
And the girl I was chose you. The girl I am today is choosing you.”