Review: Remembering Ramsey

He doesn’t deserve a second chance.

Second chances and happily-ever-after endings aren’t meant for men like Ramsey Hyde. He’s a criminal mastermind, a cold-blooded heartbreaker, and certainly no one’s idea of a dream guy. Except…once upon a time, this heartbreaker lost his heart.

She can’t remember their time together.

Dr. Whitney Augustine is considered by many to be one of the luckiest women in the world. She survived an attack that should have killed her. But her miraculous rescue came with a twist…she lost the memory of the last six months of her life. Whitney thought that when she returned to her home, her memories would follow…Unfortunately, they didn’t.

He remembers everything about her…

Whitney is desperate to figure out what happened during the missing six months of her life. So desperate, in fact, that she hires Trouble for Hire Private Investigations to help her out. The last thing Whitney expects is to discover that she was spending all of her nights with the most notorious—and dangerous—man in the area, the inscrutable and infamous Ramsey. Surely there is no way that she and Ramsey were involved in some hot and heavy relationship? They are total opposites and…

She’s never fallen for the bad guy before. Just not her usual style.

Whitney is a criminal psychologist. She profiles bad guys. She doesn’t date them. But all of the evidence—and her own wild, undeniable attraction to Ramsey—sure seems to indicate that she may have been involved with the gorgeous bar owner.

But if they were involved, why the heck didn’t Ramsey tell her sooner?

Ramsey has been keeping secrets from Whitney—and keeping a close watch over her. She might not believe it, but he’s trying to do the right thing for once in his life. He’s trying to protect her by keeping his hands off her. But, surprise, surprise, Whitney has her own secrets, too. And when Ramsey learns the life-changing secret that she holds so close to her heart, he will risk everything to claim her.

New plan of attack…

Ramsey has always known he could never, ever be good enough for Whitney…only now things have changed. A target is on her back because others have realized how very important she is to him. Staying away from her didn’t save Whitney before, so now Ramsey will have to step from the shadows as he pulls her into his world. He will surround her with his protection and if he just works hard enough, maybe one day, she will remember him…and maybe, just maybe…she could even love him.
I was looking so forward to reading Remembering Ramsey. I knew he was going to be one of those characters that was hard on the outside and marshmallow on the inside. Well, at least he was that way for Whitney. Everyone else was out of luck. 

Remembering Ramsey was everything I love about reading books by Cynthia Eden. It's full of great characters, ones that you want to know more about or like to be able to visit with them again. She tells a story that keeps you reading and wanting more. 

And let's not forget one of the best things about her books...her great alpha heroes. She writes some of the best ones. 

I loved how he'd be all rough and mean to others and Whitney would quietly say something and he'd listen. They are so sweet together. He'd do anything to protect her and she'd do the same thing. 

I'm going to admit that I knew who the bad guy was right away. I think in part that was because of how many of Eden's books I've read. It wasn't in your face, but this character made me think something was up. Just not right. Even having an idea about who was bad I didn't want to stop reading. I had to know if I was right. 

You will totally love this story and the ones that come prior to it. The whole series has been wonderful. I'm just glad that Ramsey and Whitney finally got the HEA. Any of you read her?




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  1. I am happy to see that you have enjoyed this author's work and that this one was such a win for you here.

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