Fogged Up Fairy Tale

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Fogged Up Fairy Tale

Fogged Up Fairy Tale Brand Rye s life has come to a halt She s lost everything even her memory After spending time in the hospital Brand returns home to a husband she doesn t remember and a life that has disappeared ove

  • Title: Fogged Up Fairy Tale
  • Author: Denise Baer
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 226
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Brand Rye s life has come to a halt She s lost everything even her memory After spending time in the hospital, Brand returns home to a husband she doesn t remember, and a life that has disappeared overnight Her husband, Easton, provides Brand with bits and pieces of her past while she tries to put it all together As Brand learns about her life, she begins to realize thBrand Rye s life has come to a halt She s lost everything even her memory After spending time in the hospital, Brand returns home to a husband she doesn t remember, and a life that has disappeared overnight Her husband, Easton, provides Brand with bits and pieces of her past while she tries to put it all together As Brand learns about her life, she begins to realize that she isn t the person she hopes to be or is she Alcohol and loss are what brought Easton and Brand together Once out of rehab, Easton offered Brand a place to stay for a price With nothing left to lose but her sarcasm, Brand took him up on his offer, which began a whirlwind of adventure, sexual tension and their fairy tale of love Is Brand s second chance too late Or will she be able to cope with the secrets as they re revealed

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    1. Carole P. Roman on said:

      Really great book about accident victim, Brand Rye who wakes up to an unfamiliar reality. Confused and without a trace of her memory Brand Rye leaves the hospital with a perfect stranger, her husband. Slowly and with a deft hand, the story unfolds like a flower revealing bits and pieces of Brand's past. She must uncover her personality and values, and then decide if she can live with with her discoveries. Quirky and at times, laced with humor, Baer cunningly leaves the reader in the dark, lettin [...]

    2. June Kramin on said:

      I really enjoyed this unique tale. Brand's wit kept me laughing throughout the book. I wanted to keep track of all the hilarious sayings for the review, but I decided not to spoil it for you! I loved the flow in which the chapters were written - keeps you wanting to turn the page for sure. Great read - I hope to see more soon from Denise.

    3. Jodie Keith on said:

      If I'm honest, I wasn't expecting this book to be very good. I'm not sure why - I liked the cover art, the blurb outlines a 'Before I Go To Sleep'-esque thriller, but there was something bugging me about the book as a whole. I should note, I'm not keen on the artwork on the blurb - it feels too messy and I personally prefer a plainer background on a blurb. Nevertheless, I tried to put my judgements aside and cracked on with reading the book. After the first few chapters I still really wasn't sur [...]

    4. Beth Hale on said:

      This begins as a subtle mystery then explodes into what can happen when love, secrets, and loneliness get tangled up. I enjoyed the witty dialogue, the unexpected tender moments between Easton and Brand, and the way they were able to find their way back to each other. I was caught up in the case, turning pages to see what happened next. I liked how we went from past to present in the chapters--it made for a more interesting read. I would recommend this book to anyone looking for a fresh take on [...]

    5. Sasha on said:

      First I would like to state that I received this book through the giveaway in exchange for an honest review. I would like to thank the author for giving me this opportunity and honor in being able to read this book. When I received this book I began reading it at once. I stayed up all night reading this book could not put it down. I really enjoy the authors writing style. It is a unique tale with wonderful wit that makes you laugh throughout the book. I loved the flow in which the chapters were [...]

    6. T.L. Clark on said:

      What an interesting concept! As I read this book I was discovering the life of the main character right along with her!Brand is odd, wild, fiery, and a great character. She is by no means perfect, so I was fond of her from the start.Easton however is stand off-ish, and I never totally warmed to him. Although he did sound yummy, so I forgave him lots. What Brand remembers is no mundane life. It's a life that's a bit messed up, and involves hunting criminals. Sometimes it was a bit confusing. I wa [...]

    7. Arleen Alleman on said:

      I really loved this book. There were a few minor editing glitches, but overall, it was very well written. Brand and Easton are flawed protagonists whose struggles to achieve a second or third chance at love following Brand's amnesia kept my interest throughout. The switch back and forth from present day to the past was a little disorienting, but this seemed to give me a sense for what Brand experienced in trying to piece together her foggy life. The ending is satisfying. The journey to Brand's r [...]

    8. InD'tale Magazine on said:

      “Fogged Up Fairytale” has a unique take on the "happily ever after" romance. Brand's sarcasm is laugh-out-loud hilarious, and the relationship between her and Easton seems refreshingly real.Read full review in the 2015 September issue of InD'tale Magazine.

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