Ten Dates, a review by Shelley

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Rachel Dove

Boldwood Books
Publication Date: March 10th, 2023
258 Pages
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Suffering the effects of a car accident Alice has lost her memories of the last two years, this includes getting together and moving in with her brother’s best friend, Callum. Callum decides to recreate the ten dates that started off their romantic relationship, to help Alice recapture her love for him and her memory.

I liked how the author gave us both points of view during the book, we mostly get Alice’s but there are enough of Callum’s that the reader gets a good understanding of him. We also get a few flashback memories of the couple’s teenage selves, I wish there were more of them! The characters in this book were amazing. I loved Callum so much, he melted my heart and was so romantic. His love for Alice (Sparrow) lept off the page. Alice seemed his perfect match, the strength she showed through her ordeal was inspiring. I would love to have friends like the characters in this book.

The concept of a lost memory isn’t a new one but the author manages a fresh perspective on the trope and given the circumstances she made it fun and the romance swoon-worthy.

Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for the Advance Readers Copy.

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