It was okay. I already had the sequel when I started to read ‘Everything We Keep,’ but I haven’t rushed to read it now that I’m done with the first.
There were times when I found it hard work; there were times when I found it great.
I was especially intrigued by the mental condition, Dissociative Fugue, in which Jaime had lost all knowledge of his previous identity, although I found it a little coincidental that his fiancee, Aimee, should find him so easily once she set out to do so – but hey, the most unlikely coincidences do happen!
‘Everything We Keep’ is worth a read and I will get on with the sequel in time, but I did feel that I’d had enough of Jaime/James and Aimee for a while