For Alex, love was all he ever wanted. He just never thought he’d find that elusive “one,” let alone so early on in his life, but then he met her. Then he lost her. REmembering BECCA chronicles Alex’s journey to find true love through a series of intimate, diary entries from the male perspective. Along the way, it’s family and good friends, the kids he works with, and memories from his past that drive Alex to formulate his own theory as to how people are meant to find the love of their life. As Alex battles to figure out if a girl from the past or one still waiting for him in the future is his “one,” he learns more about himself and life than he could have ever imagined. REmembering BECCA is a book that aggressively attacks the questions of what it means to be human and the importance of love through its unique use of dual narrators, being Alex and his conscience. If you’ve ever wondered about an aspect of love, the answer is probably in this book, as REmembering BECCA is a chronicle of Alex’s memories, and after all, love is just a memory.