Until We Are Gone, an all-new
Standalone Emotional Romance by Gia Riley is NOW LIVE!!
We had dreams –building a house, kids, a dog, and, yes, even the white picket
Or so I’m told.
I don’t remember anything about my husband. Not the wedding or the vows we
The past ten years were erased and with time, they’re supposed to come back.
But this isn’t your typical case of amnesia
What if I’m not supposed to remember?
What if I was meant to forget?
Maybe I don’t want my old life back.
Because if the accident hadn’t happened, I wouldn’t have uncovered the truth.
Losing my memory wasn’t tragic.
Losing my memory was fate.
I Really enjoyed this one like a lot, but I am struggling slightly to classify it as it crosses over into genres with a little bit of everything.
So this had such a unique voice when it came to its narration giving us the POV from three individual important players; this, in turn, helped portray them all so realistically with flaws and all.
I found this style of narration so intriguing and it did help me get a handle on why certain individuals behaved they way they did and all through certain actions were in no way condonable it did give me a certain insight and almost unwanted sympathy into why things occurred the way they did.
Human emotions can make us behave in such unfathomable ways that are just beyond our comprehension sometimes.
This is essentially at its heart a mystery with romantic elements and how one woman’s memory loss can impact and steamroll into so much more.
When events started to slowly come to light I felt so much empathy for Meadow and completely understood how she had managed to spiral so out of control in her distress and confusion.
Her memory loss having an almost snowball effect so far did the cause and effect ripple outwards.
Her husband Cash I could also empathise with and I could understand somewhat how he had arrived at the crossroads he had.
I also felt extreme empathy for him as he tried to traverse the daily battlefield that is now his marriage.
Meadow was an absolute nightmare for him to live with as she fell deeper into the bottomless pit that was her despair and utter desperation; using Cash almost as her own personal whipping boy.
This story also dealt with alcohol addiction and the debilitating impacts this dependence can have on the people surrounding us.
I didn’t really think anyone in this story was truly innocent except maybe Logan all else portrayed were imperfect and flawed in some way or other.
But what I did ultimately take away from this, was there were no baddies and goodies here just misguided actions that though essentially wrong were actually done initially for all the right reasons.
And I essentially wanted everyone involved to find some sort of personal HEA regardless of there misguided and imprudent undertakings.
I adored that “Until we are gone” gave everyone a piece of that pie.
This is one story that I was glued to throughout and enjoyed immensely.
Thank you to the author for providing me with an ARC of “Until We Are Gone ” of which I have reviewed voluntary.
All opinions are entirely my own.
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About Gia Riley
Author Gia Riley has
been in love with writing romance since high school when she took her very
first creative writing class. From the small but mighty state of Delaware,
she’s a country girl at heart, traveling back to her roots in Pennsylvania as
often as she can.
While New Adult and
Contemporary romance have been her passion, she’s dabbled with more erotic
plotlines lately, enjoying discovering the sexier side of love with each story
she pens. After all, she’s a lover of all things romance – a firm believer that
everyone deserves their
happily ever after
no matter what it takes to get there.
When she’s not
writing, you can find her roaming the aisles of Kirkland’s, up to her elbows in
Play-doh, or trying to hunt down spoilers for her favourite reality television
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