Tuesday, November 17, 2015
WHAT THE HEART REMEMBERS ~ BETTE LEE CROSBY --> NEW RELEASE
CAN YOU TRULY TRUST THE MEMORIES OF YOUR HEART?
Max Martinelli spent her junior year of college in Paris, and fell in love. Julien was a wickedly handsome young man who was crazy in love with her, or so she thought. He was a free-spirited artist and she an aspiring architect—impressionable, young, and standing on the brink of womanhood.
That was over three years ago but the memory of him still haunts her. Max’s life is stuck on hold because she can’t stop wondering what would have happened if she had gone back. Was Julien simply part of the magic of Paris? Or was he meant to be her destiny?
After a New Year’s Eve party that ends in disaster and bad dreams, Max decides to find out once and for all. She is going to return to Paris and search for Julien. But will her search bring forever after happiness or a truth so ugly it will change her life forever?
Absolutely a 5 star read and a wonderful addition to the Memory House series.
This third book in the Memory House series by Bette Lee Crosby is another heart-warming story.
I am absolutely entranced by the writing and I feel as thought I am a part of the story and that I'm living it right along with the characters.
As do all of her books, this book once again has a magical quality about it. It is not overdone, but just the right does to make you believe.
This is the story of Max Martinelli who studied architecture in Paris and come home to the United States, leaving behind her beau, who she thought would follow her home. Max is heartbroken and yearns for Julien. A few years later, she feels the need to confront Julien to find out why he never followed her. She books a trip to Paris and off she goes to find her lost love.
Sometimes things in the past should remain in the past and you should look at what is staring you in the face and move forward with your life.
Take a ride on this magical journey and see what transpires. Remember, to take a box of tissue with you on your magic carpet.
Bravo Bette Lee Crosby on another fabulous book.