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Fifteen Minutes to Live by Phoef Sutton
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Fifteen Minutes to Live (1998)

by Phoef Sutton

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The story was not at all what I was expecting. From reading the story blurb, I imagined it was going to be a bit of a horror story. It was not, which was fine, however it was not a story that dragged me into it. I like the story, but I don't know that I would readily recommend it to anyone. I received a copy of this book via NetGalley in exchange for my honest opinion. ( )
  Debra_Burge | Apr 24, 2015 |
A woman, thought dead, shows up at her high school boyfriend's house fifteen years after their breakup. The thing is, she's lost her memory, or more correctly, she can only remember things from when she was 18 and from the last 15 minutes! Thus begins a riveting story of love, insanity, revenge, child molestation, marital discord, and a few other things as well. The author pulls off it off with aplomb. This is a real page turner that always keeps you guessing, with plot twists that will leave you breathless. You'll be turning to Amazon to see what else Sutton has written. Highly highly recommended. ( )
  datrappert | Mar 30, 2015 |
Woman suffering amnesia returns to her high school love and they search to find out what happened to her in her "lost" years. ( )
  Kathy89 | Apr 16, 2007 |
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Lost in a fog of loneliness, a thirtysomething writer is jarred from his routine existence when a woman from his past offers him a second chance at true love, in this haunting and humorous novel of romantic suspense by an award-winning "Cheers" writer. Sometimes you meet the love of your life when you're too young to know it, but the ache of its passing never leaves you. So realizes Carl Rooney, slinking toward a midlife crisis after yet another failed romance, when one night he is awakened by a woman at his window. It's his long-lost high school sweetheart, Jesse, sneaking into his backyard, just as she used to for their nights of furtive lovemaking in the old greenhouse. But soon, Carl discovers that she isn't playing any nostalgia games--she truly believes that it is twenty years ago and they are both seventeen. Carl finds out that Jesse has been declared dead in a boating accident, and together they grow suspicious of Jesse's husband, a man who is now a total stranger to her. Through a series of eerie and darkly humorous adventures, Carl and Jesse investigate the forgotten years of her adult life, examine the choices they have both made, and tenderly attempt to rekindle their lost love. A story rich in wit and human understanding, Always Six OÆClock explores the power of remembered love and the chances of two star-crossed lovers realigning.
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