Adam was Erin’s first love while Greg was her steadfast friend.
Now years later, and married to Greg, Erin runs into her musician ex busking on the streets. But Adam doesn’t recognise her because he has amnesia after an accident.
So Erin, still feeling the undeniable pull of attraction, offers to help Adam because as a music therapist she works with dementia patients like her mother, hoping to trigger memories through music. But it’s easier not to tell Greg, who has never liked Adam.
The story was told with a dual timeline dating back to when Adam and Erin were together, under Greg’s jealous eye.
The relationship side of the present-day story was a bit meh, with neither guy worth it, while Erin’s motivations were somewhat off-key. The high note was learning about music therapy.
Zoe's husband, Ed, dies while cycling to work. One of her biggest regrets is their relationship had been strained leading up to his death.
She would love to find a way to tell him that she loves him and that she wishes things had been better between them. And it seems that she may just have her chance after knocking herself unconscious and finding herself back in 1993, on the day she first met Ed when he moved in to her university share house.
She then wakes up on subsequent days throughout their relationship. By changing some things in the past, can she change their tragic future?
The intriguing premise draws you right in and with a story packed with emotion, it's not hard to imagine yourself in Zoe's shoes. An impressive debut.