Rewind to You by Laura Johnston. This is a really sweet love story. Once I got into it I couldn't put it down. Very interesting circumstances that pull these two together and I love seeing the growth on both characters parts. I would recommend this clean romance to anyone who loves a story that will make you cry and smile at the same time.
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One last summer before college on beautiful Tybee Island is supposed to help Sienna forget. But how can she? This is where her family spent every summer before everything changed, before the world as she knew it was ripped away. But the past isnâ€™t easily left behind. Especially when Sienna keeps having episodes that take her back to the night she wants to forget. Even when she meets the mysterious Austin Dobbs, the guy with the intense blue eyes, athlete's body, and weakness for pralines who scooped her out of trouble when she blacked out on River Street. When she's with Austin, Sienna feels a whole new world opening up to her. Austin has secrets, and she has history. But caught between the past and the future, Sienna can still choose what happens now.
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Excerpt—I close the door behind me, shutting out the muggy Georgia air and the acrid smell of fireworks. A chill sweeps over me, and I welcome it. I'm not scared anymore. Another firework flashes, casting a red glow on the kitchen cabinets. I walk to the stairs, feeling my heart thud faster and faster, the palpitations Dr. Kovac told me about. The ground shakes, sending a tremor up my legs. It takes me back to the Jeep, to the smile on my dad's face as we zipped down the highway exactly one year ago tonight. That was the last of his smiles I ever saw. I let myself think about it. Make myself think about it. Difficulty breathing, a cold sweat. I feel it all in full, doing nothing to prevent this seizure. As ridiculous as it is, I want to see Austin, the Austin I met under a sky of fireworks who made life feel right again. I kneel beside my bed, burying my head in the down comforter as the aura of light fills my vision. At last, I feel that same spark I did on River Street when the light gives way and I see him.