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Shopaholicpowerhouse Kinsella delights again with her latest, a winning if unoriginal tale of amnesia striking an ambitious shrew and changing her life for the better. After taking a nasty bump on the head, Lexi Smart awakens in a hospital convinced that it's 2004 and that she's just missed her father's funeral. It's actually three years later, and she no longer has crooked teeth, frizzy hair and a loser boyfriend. Initially wowed by what she's become—a gorgeous, cut-throat businesswoman—Lexi soon finds herself attempting to figure out how it happened. As her personality change and lost memory threaten her job, Lexi tries to dredge up some chemistry with her handsome albeit priggish husband, Eric, though the effort is unnecessary with Eric's colleague Jon, who tells Lexi that she was about to leave Eric for him. Amnesia tales may be old hat, but Kinsella keeps things fresh and frothy with workplace politicking, romantic intrigue and a vibrant (though sometimes caricatured) cast. Though the happy ending won't come as a surprise, readers will be rooting for Lexi all along. (Mar.)
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"The author of the Shopaholic series adds a fun twist to a Cinderella story."—Redbook
"Remember Me?" is good fun, a page-turner that will keep a reader up all night.”—AP
“Quintessential Kinsella. It's a perfect pick for a spring-break read.”—Fort Worth Star-Telegram
"A delicious page-turner, filled with both hearty chuckles and heartache.... [Kinsella] finds a way to make losing one's memory seem refreshingly funny."—USA Today
One of Sophie's great reads after You've Got My Number! Good writing, humour, plot, message, ending. For anyone interested in knowing how an injured brain thinks, rationalizes.Published 22 months ago by Claudine Dee
The ending was a little predictable. It moved quickly enough but there were no surprises. Too bad you could see the ending coming too early in the storyPublished 23 months ago by Michelle Jakubowski
This is an enjoyable book, great for those times you want something that reads just like a rom-com. Don't over analyse it and it'll provide you a few hours of entertainment and... Read morePublished on Oct. 26 2013 by AK
This is my second Kinsella book to consume; I say consume because it's an easy book to read fast. The first was "Twenties Girl" which I liked better (fell it love with it),... Read morePublished on Aug. 29 2013 by Cee Ess
I started reading this book when I found it on the bookshelf in a hotel I was staying in two years ago. Read morePublished on March 16 2013 by Linus
I have read every Sophie Kinsella book - including her books under her real name Madeline Wickham and this is by far my favorite. Read morePublished on Feb. 2 2012 by Sarah Hoddinott
great book, came undamaged. was delivered quickly. great price. would buy from this seller again and recommend this seller. thank youPublished on Nov. 14 2011 by majek
I couldn't put this book down. I even found it better than the shopaholics, which I found got a bit tiresome after a few books. Read morePublished on April 28 2011 by WaterRat
Enjoyed this book - read it in a day. It describes memory loss in it's seriousness with a touch of humour. Couldn't put it down.Published on Jan. 3 2011 by Gerrie