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The Memory House
The Memory House | Rachel Hauck
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From the New York Times bestselling author of The Wedding Dress comes a new captivating novel of two women whose lives have been destroyed by disaster but find healing in a special house. In the spring of 1953, Everleigh Applegate is happily married and newly pregnant. But a tornado sweeps through Waco, Texas, taking her hopes of a bright future with it. Seven years later, widowed and childless, she is living with her mother and older than her years. It is not until she runs into an old high school friend, Don Callahan, that a small spark of hope for what life could be is rekindled. However, a secret Everleigh has kept threatens their happiness and future. Beck Holiday is a tough, angry, New York City cop. Her fathers death on 9/11 took not just her fathers life but many of her memories as well. She learns that shes inherited a house from an Everleigh Callahanwhom Beck apparently knows but cannot rememberin north Florida, and her suspension from work because of her anger issues leaves her with time to make the trip to figure out why. Upon her arrival, she meets Bruno Endicott, who clearly remembers her. Beck must work to regain her memory, face her anger, and open her heart to love. Connected through a beautiful house in ways they will both come to understand, both women must find the courage to face the truth about themselves and their past in order to truly love and be loved in return.
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Ajessgirl
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I picked this book up on a whim from a B&N buy one, get one 50% table - very successful impulse purchase! I am perpetually on the hunt for well written “women‘s fiction” that‘s engrossing and a quick read, but also touches on deeper themes. “The Memory House” is just that, and is a mix of family, romance, self reflection & mystery.

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InnerSavvy
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Loved this book. Dual timelines of two women who loved and lost and then lost memories. All the characters were loveable.

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MaggieCarr
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What do you call a genre that has duel narratives, both past and present that weave together to create a beautiful story? I have no idea, but Rachel Hauck does it effortlessly every time. She is an author I know I'll enjoy no matter what I read by her. Her words paint vivid pictures while I read, as if I'm watching it all play out in my head. 5☆

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TCFG16
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The Memory House by Rachel Hauck is an amazing story, one that I truly needed to read. Sharing in Beck‘s and Everleigh‘s journeys as they went through their stages of grief and healing was not only cathartic for me, but it really blessed me and leaves me with a sense of hope for my own healing. I highly, highly recommend this novel. I definitely believe this is a must read for 2019.

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hes7
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My #BOTM picks are here already! 🙌🏻 The rest of my stack is recent #bookmail and a couple books I couldn‘t resist picking up from Barnes & Noble. 😍

Deifio That Warrior of Wild sounds good! Never heard of the author before. @hes7 please let me know how you like it! 10mo
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amsu311
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A seriously a good book. I totally love how the author brought all the characters to life. I can imagine the whole scenes while reading it.

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