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A Kiss Remembered by Erin St. Claire Review

Title: A Kiss Remembered

Author: Erin St. Claire

First published January 1, 1983


ISBN: 9781402516092 (ISBN10: 1402516096)

Rating: 3.47


At thirty-six years old, Shelley Browning is back in school pursuing a degree. Little did she know, fate had a surprise in store for her.

Grant Chapman, the government teacher she shared a passionate kiss with ten years ago, was now her professor once again. The undeniable chemistry between them had not faded, but university rules forbade any relationship between teacher and student.

Shelley and Grant must decide if they’re willing to risk it all for a chance at love, or if they’ll let their second chance slip away forever.

About the Author

Sandra Brown writes under a pseudonym.

Editoral Review

Erin St. Claire’s A Kiss Remembered is a timeless romance novel that explores the power of love and the impact of memory. Published in 1983, the book follows the story of Susan Webster and John Richardson, two former lovers who reunite after a tragic accident erases all of Susan’s memories.

St. Claire’s writing style is elegant and emotive, drawing readers into the world of her characters with ease. While the plot may seem predictable at first glance, St. Claire’s attention to detail and skillful character development keep the story fresh and engaging throughout.

Set against the backdrop of New York City in the 1980s, A Kiss Remembered presents a vivid portrait of a bygone era. The author’s descriptions of the city’s architecture and culture are masterful, providing readers with a sense of nostalgia and historical significance.

At its core, A Kiss Remembered is a story about the enduring power of love. St. Claire explores the complexities of relationships and the importance of forgiveness, reminding readers that true love can withstand the test of time.

While the novel is not without its flaws, particularly in terms of pacing and plot structure, these issues are outweighed by the book’s strengths. The characters are well-drawn and relatable, and the themes of memory and forgiveness are universal and deeply resonant.

Overall, A Kiss Remembered is a beautifully written and emotionally satisfying novel that will appeal to fans of romance and historical fiction. It may not be groundbreaking or revolutionary, but it is a testament to the enduring power of love and the importance of remembering our past.

I would highly recommend this book to anyone looking for a moving and thought-provoking read.

Rating: 4 out of 5 stars

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