Book Reviews of Remember Me (Reader's Choice)

Remember Me (Reader's Choice)
Remember Me - Reader's Choice
Author: Bobby Hutchinson
ISBN-13: 9780373512102
ISBN-10: 0373512104
Publication Date: 10/1/2002
Pages: 256
Rating:
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Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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A female takes her son and a neighbors child to a magic show. Partly because they really wanted to see it, and partly because her new child's book. But when she sees The Scorcer, as he calls himself, she has the most amazing feeling that she knows him. When they meet so she can interview him for her book, he also has a similar feeling.
She goes looking for treatment for an intense pain she has in her shoulders and neck, and ends up having a past life regrestion to the 1917's. Her magican/dr doesn't like this and is not quiet about it. He is on the fast track to a medical political career, and his mentor keeps trying to keep them away from each other because she is a single mother of a 13 year old child.
Then he starts having trouble sleeping, so he goes to a physcristic friend of his, and ends up having a past life regrestion as well that matched hers.
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Annie could have sworn she'd met him before. The amateur magician onstage was eerily familiar, but Annie had never met David Roswell. Researching a children's
book forced an introduction to the ambitious pediatrician, but she couldn't quite shake the feeling of déjà vu.

And by the time David had insinuated himself into her life, Annie was as hard-pressed to balance the duties of single parenthood as her lover was to juggle
his workload.

Maybe the stress of a challenging new love explained Annie's chronic physical pain. Or maybe it was David's opposition to decisions she'd made that dramatically
affected them both...for now, and for all time.
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Pediatrician David Roswell was an amateur magician. Children book author,Annie wanted an introduction for her book from him, but feelings of deja vu assailed her. He tries juggling is workload and her the chronic pain. Who saves whom?