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“What’s the difference in being your friend or being your lover? You’ll forget me regardless. So why can’t I choose what I want to be to you?”
“Because I don’t want you to get hurt. I don’t want you to get a broken heart.”
“Trust me, it’s already full of cracks.”

What a sweet and beautiful story! Six Weeks of Loving You is our first-time reading author Karli Perrins work and we adored her words. We could easily see this book becoming a movie as it played out before our eyes. It had a 50 First Dates/The Vow feel, with a real emotional and romantic pull, and the authors own stamp branded throughout the pages.

Imagine losing your memory every six weeks? Imagine the frustration and hurt as your mind presses stop only to start anew, never remembering what had come before? That’s the dilemma facing twenty nine year old, Cora. Her way of trying to remember is to keep a scrapbook of her life for the past 18 months, yet nothing can ever replace the precious vivid memories she’s lost.

Cora is a writer and spends a lot of time at Sanctum, a coffee shop owned by her best friend Roxy, hoping for inspiration and the words to come. Roxy is one of the few friends who has stood by Cora during her amnesia ordeal, and it is here Cora meets Spencer Hale, a barista working at Sanctum.

Cora is smitten by Spencer, but he’s a no go. Over eighteen months, Cora has built up humungous walls vowing never to date or become attached to someone, as she knows, after six weeks they will be lost to her amnesia. But she didn’t count on Spencer Hale! What a guy. He’s the swoony stuff of romance books, the guy who warms our hearts and sends us giddy with his love and patience with Cora, yet persistent in the hope that her feelings for him would change.

“I like you, Cora.”
“My life is messy.”
He closes his eyes. “So is mine.”
“We sound like the perfect disaster.”
“Or a beautiful one.”

There was much to love about this story, and we were eager to watch it unfold, hoping Spencer and Cora could find a way to be together, wanting everything to fall into place. Could it? Would Cora bend before Spencer broke? And could they have a future when Cora can’t remember her past?

We loved the humour and banter between all the characters, Karli Perrin has a fabulous sense of humour and who wouldn’t fall in love with the bromance between Spencer and Cora’s sister’s fiancé, Adam? It was hilarious! An enjoyable story with a few twists, where the swoon, emotion and engaging storyline made this a fabulous weekend read.

Synopsis

The news reporters called it a disaster.
The doctors called it a miracle.
I could still walk. I could still talk. I could still remember every little detail about the train crash.
Until I couldn’t.
Six weeks later, I lost my memory.
I woke up believing that it was the morning of the accident.
Six weeks after that, it happened again.
I have retrograde amnesia. I’ve damaged a part of my brain which allows me to recall the recent past. In other words, I have an extremely limited short-term memory – six weeks to be exact.
The train derailed eighteen months ago.
I’ve relived that morning twelve times.
When I meet Spencer Hale, I put up a huge fight.
I won’t let him in. I can’t let him in. But with each day that passes, my walls begin to come down.
I get one step closer to loving him.
And one step closer to losing him.
Welcome to the train wreck that is my life.

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