by Rachel Tsoumnakos
Book: Stand Alone
Publisher: Mrddin Publishing Group
Pub Date: May 2013
Genre: Young Adult
One woman, two worlds and nothing but UNREMEMBERED THINGS separating them.
Indiana Shamira has a dark secret that could shatter her very existence and get her killed in the process. Now if only she could remember what it is…
Life is hard when you have amnesia. Indiana Shamira found that out the hard way when she woke one morning and found her whole life had been erased. Getting up out of bed and slipping her feet into fluffy purple slippers she could only assume were hers; she had the task of having to discover the world around her once more.
When she finds a vampire called Sam hanging from the rafters in her cellar, she knows things are about to get nasty. Not only does Sam know all about her previous life, but he seems intent on seducing her as well. Of course her boyfriend, Kurt, has different ideas – like making her open the portal to hell!
And then there is the nagging suspicion that Indiana is not entirely human, now she can see ghostly images from the Otherworld. Or could it be from her past life? They include the flickering effigy of Kurt and a redwood forest that conjures up repressed magic.
Not only will Indiana have to risk everything to keep the door to another dimension closed, she will have to decide whether she is ready to lose her heart to someone who has more secrets than herself.
Set in the lush Australian bush, UNREMEMBERED THINGS is a fusion of fantasy and forbidden romance
My Review: Well the blurb gave me enough detail to want in. And I'm glad I read it, yup I have another awesome book to talk about.
Indiana has just woken up. Instead of going with her normal life, she needs to first figure it out. Yeah she kinda woke up with amnesia. Her life is pretty much a blank canvas to her. She does know that she an awesome lady at the salon where she works. At least she has a good place to start at. Who knows, it can brings everything back to her and things will be fine. Sadly it doesn't work out that easily for everyone.
Indiana will have to fight to put her life back together and figure out just what is going on. But her strength is awesome. She does have good support, which is great when you don't know a thing about your own life. Oh and she may find a door to another dimension. Wait until you read how that effected her. That world alone was awesome and I can't wait for you all to dive in! Plus I haven't read a book with a vampire in it, in a while and was pleased with how Sam turned out.