Review: The Memory House

I’ve never read anything by Rachel Hauck, but several people have recommended her books. Best recommendation! The Memory House is a must for your TBR list.

Set in two time periods, and from four different perspectives, The Memory House follows Beck Holiday as she struggles with her job and her life, years after her father perished in 9/11. She discovers a strange inheritance from someone she doesn’t remember in Florida and along with it she finds long lost memories from her childhood.

The characters in The Memory House are so dynamic and real, you’ll want to hug them. Through trials, Everleigh and Beck both break down walls they’ve each spent years building. Beck realizes how to love after closing herself off after her father died. She discovers courage she didn’t know she had. And Everleigh makes a decision to live her life and risk her heart in the wake of losing everything. Both stories are interwoven to create a rich, satisfying story. Memory House is a heart-warming, well written story that you won’t want to put down.

I received an ebook review copy of this book through NetGalley. All opinions expressed in this review are my own.



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