What You Remember I Did

What You Remember I Did is a Baby Boomer love story, full of the complications of adult life Struggles such as estranged children, an ailing mother, an ex husband, grandkids, and the kinds of deep secrets that life brings For Nan Jenssen and Matthew Mullen, it s a recipe for passion and conflict.Nan is a middle aged tennis coach at an upstate New York community college aWhat You Remember I Did is a Baby Boomer love story, full of the complications of adult life Struggles such as estranged children, an ailing mother, an ex husband, grandkids, and the kinds of deep secrets that life brings For Nan Jenssen and Matthew Mullen, it s a recipe for passion and conflict.Nan is a middle aged tennis coach at an upstate New York community college and spends her evenings watching old movies with her mother, who is slowly slipping into dementia Then a co worker sets Nan up on a date with Matt, the incoming poet in residence He s handsome in a James Mason way and very intelligent, but Nan senses something beneath that surface Of course, she s been sensing that with every man since her husband of than twenty years confessed that he was gay and left her.In Matt s case, the secret he s hiding is that he has an estranged son who has accused him of abuse based on recovered memories Since Matt won t talk about it, Nan finds the son s therapist and poses as a new patient to find out if the woman is brainwashing her patients, or if Matt really is abusive What follows spins Nan s world out of control, and puts her own ailing mother s life in danger All because the therapist has a secret so dark, she keeps it even from herself.
What You Remember I Did What You Remember I Did is a Baby Boomer love story full of the complications of adult life Struggles such as estranged children an ailing mother an ex husband grandkids and the kinds of deep sec

  • Title: What You Remember I Did
  • Author: Janet Berliner Melanie Tem
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 326
  • Format: ebook
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    1. The controversial subject – repressed memories – and writing style of What You Remember I Did put me in mind of Jodi Picoult. It’s one of those books that stays with you even when you’re not reading it. I often found myself during the day thinking about the story and characters.The portrayal of the elderly Catherine, especially, touched me. It was also refreshing to have a lead character in the prime of her life. Nan Jenssen, a mother and grandmother herself, is her elderly mother’s ca [...]

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