USA Today bestselling author RC Boldt brings us a sizzling romance chock-full of intrigue and deceit in this brand new romantic suspense…
All that’s forgotten isn’t always gone…
I’m at death’s doorstep when my body washes up on shore in Panama.
My memory is a blank slate. I can’t even remember my name. I don’t know who shot me and left me for dead—or why.
Patient and kind, the lone doctor there mends my body while offering me refuge.
But as tiny flashbacks of my past occur, I wonder if there’s anyone I can trust.
It’s up to me to discover whether I’m in danger or a danger to others. Whether I’ve actually found love or if it’s all been a lie.
I need answers to find out who I really am.
If only I could remember…
Title: Washed Away
Author: R.C. Boldt
Genre: Romantic suspense, amnesia
Part of a Series: no
POV: Liam, Her/Alex, Roman, Sergei
Steam Level: slow burn to steamy
I really like R.C. Boldt, especially her romantic suspense books. Washed Away was engrossing and intriguing. While I figured out a big plot point pretty early on I wasn’t sure the motivation behind it. Others parts were surprising while another was completely unexpected. I enjoyed how this story was told, learning about Alex through journal entries before she even knew who she was. Washed Away kept me reading to see what happened because I honestly had no idea on how this story would play out.
I received an advanced copy of this book. This is my honest and voluntary review.
- The truth doesn’t always set you free. Sometimes, it ensnares you further. Sometimes, it provokes you. Ad sometimes, no matter how hard one might try, the truth leads to sins that cannot be washed away.
- What is wrong with me? I can’t answer that because I don’t even know who I am.
- The last thing I need is to develop a crush on a man when I don’t even know my own damn name.
- Never doubt your worth or how much you are loved.
- She just…looks like she belongs here. Like she could belong here. She looks like she could be mine.
- A life controlled by fear is no life worth living.
- Fear is revealing, Little One. It brings out a person’s true nature. When you allow fear to rule you, you give up control. You end up handing over that power to other sources, be it another person, group of people, or even a circumstances.
- Darkness is the counterpart of light. It merely requires you to look at it differently. Focus not on the lack of light, but on the shadows and the way they blanket your surroundings.
- I glide my hands up along her sides, my palms rasping over her skin, my fingertips tracing each scar reverently. “These are marks of survival. What tried to kill you but failed.”
- Alex is beautiful and dangerous, and she may be the death of me, but right now, I fucking care. I’d rather die knowing how it feels to experience the next best thing to heaven.
- You are not defined by your memories. You define yourself by your actions. By your integrity. By your heart.
- Sometimes water can wash away grief to reveal a new, unvarnished versions of yourself. Never be afraid to let that grief get washed away, Little One. Because in its absence will be something you will come to cherish.
- Though the visual memories may fade, it’s the memories recorded in your heart that mean the most.
- The past only haunts those who let it.
- As long as you learn from your mistakes, you need to let this go. Berating yourself continuously does not serve you in any way.
- Familial love is not dictated by blood relation. Hugs are a staple.
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