Like A Memory - Abbi Glines

Like A Memory

By Abbi Glines

  • Release Date - Published: 2017-02-12
  • Book Genre: New Adult
  • Author: Abbi Glines
Our rating: 5/5 stars

4.5 Score: 4.5 (From 403 Ratings)

Like A Memory Abbi Glines read online review & book description:

One memory.
One special summer.
The one thing Bliss had lost herself in when the fear and sickness were too much, moments never to be damaged by the harsh reality that followed… until now.

Bliss York didn’t live a normal teenage life. She didn’t go to Friday night football games, walk the halls with her friends every day, go to her prom or even walk to receive her diploma. It had all been taken from her the fall that she was fifteen years old and she was given the diagnosis no one ever wants to hear.

She had leukemia.

Seven years after spending a summer with a girl who he knew would always be his first love and the one who got away, Nate Finlay returns to Sea Breeze to help his fiancé open her new boutique clothing store. When the new employee walks in Nate is taken back seven years to the girl he thought he’d love forever. The one who never answered his calls or returned his text. The one who shut him out completely with not even a goodbye and broke his heart.

They’ve each become someone different. No longer the young teens with stars in their eyes. But does that matter when your heart still says that’s the one.

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Posted Reviews

  • What?

    2
    By Bibliophile61
    I've read Abbi Glines' entire Rosemary Beach series and really enjoyed it. I've read several of her Sea Breeze series and also enjoyed those books. But this Rosemary Beach meets Sea Breeze book is a hot mess. Reader beware. 1) Book description calls it a standalone. Maybe. I felt pretty lost most of the time, and I think it's because I haven't read the entire Sea Breeze series. 2) The story felt more like an outline than a fully written book. No plot line was fully fleshed out. Neither Nate & Octavia's backstory nor Nate & Bliss' were well developed. 3) The editing was about the worst I've ever read. I'm not talking about the story development or plot continuity--I mean the grammar and punctuation was AWFUL. I had to read many, many, many passages several times just to understand the meaning because of poor punctuation.
  • Loved it!

    5
    By barbermomma
    I loved this book so much! The best part though, was Cage York as the father of an adult daughter! That was definitely my favorite part!
  • Loved it!

    4
    By Ranna08
    This book was as close to a perfect crossover as Abbi could've gotten. The only thing that I would have changed about it is the way that it ended.
  • 5 Stars!

    5
    By Mandabear203
    This was an amazing story that brought together two of my favorite series, Rosemary Beach and Sea Breeze! I loved Bliss and how strong her character was throughout the whole story! I can't wait to read more from Abbi!
  • Great story. Needed better editor

    4
    By SarahDill04
    Overall I loved this book. I have read the entire Rosemary Beach and Sea Breeze series multiple times so seeing the next generation coming into adulthood and finding love brought back those feelings of completeness for a book. The story and Bliss and Nate was sweet and felt like that HS love you never quite got over and ended up with when you both realized it. I enjoyed the relationship between Nate and Blair's father and loved that he seemed so close to him. My only complaint is all of the typos and sentences that were hard to decipher. It was almost as if there was no review or edit done to it before it was released to iBook. I'm not sure if the printed version had as many errors as the digital copy but I really hope it was edited better. There were moments I had a hard time understanding what was being said. Aside from the edits, the book and story were great and I cannot wait for this new generation to bring us a new series.
  • Bluh

    2
    By nmh11@msn
    Too many grammatical errors and the story was just okay, really should have just left the series alone.
  • Like a Memory

    5
    By #1lovetoread!
    Great love story, Couldn't put it down. Loved Nate and Bliss, their connection so real. Well written. Highly recommend, read it in a day. Wish it went further with the ending, but still great read
  • Loved it!!!

    5
    By Mholco12
    I loved it!! It's something I couldn't just put down. Read it all in one day.
  • Must read

    5
    By Fightingforfit
    More please!!!! Why do good things end???🙈🍾😭💔❤😏👌🏽✌🏾I'm a ball of emotions. Amazing story!!! I want more.
  • Reading heaven for me!

    5
    By MarcyMeyer
    I am a big fan of both the Sea Breeze and Rosemary Beach series, so I was REALLY excited for this story. With Bliss being the daughter of Cage and Eva (Sea Breeze) and Nate being the son of Rush and Blaire (Rosemary Beach), it was pure reading heaven for me. I loved the connection they had from their teen years. That first love kind of bond is a favorite theme of mine. I liked the fact that life changed them over time, and when they reconnected, it wasn't the same. It was a unique story, with so many emotional elements to it. All the kids from these two series make appearances in this book, and it was so much fun to see them. Especially Bliss and Nate's parents. I love that they still have those same personalities that I loved in the beginning. You definitely don't have to have read any of the other books before reading this one. It stands alone as a wonderfully sweet and sexy live story. These two have a strong bond that will have you rooting for them from the start.

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