Life gives, and life takes away.
Charlie McGee knows all too well just how much truth that statement holds.
She was drowning, wasting away from guilt and sadness.
But when she meets Slayter Beck, he becomes the only calm in her ever-present storm.
He’s her light in the darkness. An angel in the midst of her demons.
All she wants to do is remember, and when the weight of that burden becomes too much, she tries giving up. But he won’t let her.
He vows to help her remember.
Remembering Phoenix is Randa Lynn’s second novel and I can say that I definitely saw the growth of this author in this book.
I was in tears so many times throughout this book it was unreal. Charlie’s pain is so real, so true, and so heartbreaking. Randa tackled depression in a way that cannot be explained in review. I was so unbelievably honored to have been given the chance to read this book early and so incredibly proud of Randa and this book.
I can’t give much away in here because you need to read the book yourself but trust me when I say you do NOT want to miss this one.
“Because a girl like you needs to see that she’s so much more than what she believes. You see yourself as nothing. You think you are worth nothing after what’s happened to you. I can see you, Charlie. The guilt, it eats you alive. But I want to be the person that makes you see you’re not nothing – you’re everything.”
Randa Lynn is an avid reader and lover of all things romance. She has sketched stories since she could write, and decided to finally pursue her dream in crafting real words from fictional lives. In her spare time she likes to watch movies, craft, and has a slight obsession with memes. Her favorite things are her children and husband, spending weekends at the baseball/softball diamonds, and reading, of course.