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Scarlett Garner lost her memory at the age of five. She accepts her parents' story - that it's due to the trauma of seeing her house burn down - that is until a car accident causes her to start remembering pieces of an unfamiliar childhood. Noah is new to town and immediately sets his sights on Scarlett. The two grow instantly close, but Noah's hiding something that can fill in the missing pieces of her past. Scarlett's family keep secrets for a reason. The truth can be deadly. Scarlett grew up in a cult. And the cult want her back.--Provided by publisher
Publisher: [Place of publication not identified] : Natasha Preston, 2015
ISBN: 9781311546586
Branch Call Number: EBOOK ENKI
Characteristics: 1 online resource
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Additional Contributors: enki Library


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Dec 16, 2020

Rating 5/5 Scarlett Garner doesn’t remember anything before the age of four, but when something happens everything changes, she realizes a secret that puts her in grave danger. In this thrilling novel Natasha Preston didn’t hold back, it’s easy to get caught up in and to feel the character’s pain. Every time you think you know what’s next there’s another challenge you didn’t see coming. It will make you feel fear, suspense, and sadness with some joy at times. The main takeaway from this book is love is stronger than belief. This the perfect book for a teen looking for their next suspenseful and thrilling read. @ve_teenreview of the Teen Review Board at the Hamilton Public Library

May 14, 2020

Bad writing.

Apr 14, 2016

I think Noah and Scarlett are a little too sickenly sweet. They don't fight or disagree. Their relationship simply doesn't seem genuine. Relationships aren't always about how wonderful the other person is. If they are, they are surface relationships, and that piece (their love interest with each other) just droned on and on.

If the author would have stuck with the message she was going for (at least I think the message she was going for or SHOULD have gone for). - overcoming and clearing away the horrors of cult life, it would have worked, but instead, the romance killed the book. Just an implausible over-the-top boy/girl relationship.

Feb 04, 2016

OK Natasha Preston is the best author ever. I like how she writes and she inspired me. You have to read this book!! It's good in many ways and the story line is awesome. I GO MUSHY WHEN I READ THIS BOOK!!!!


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