The first time I lost all memory of Tucker, we had just met.
We were stuck in the disco room of the epilepsy monitoring unit of the hospital, both of our heads covered in electrodes wrapped in gauze.
Not exactly attractive.
Except we were—attracted, that is.
On that first magical day, Tucker yelled, “Come here often?” over the mechanical thrashing of a song I’d never heard.
“Never! Do you?” I yelled back.
That was all we got. The disco lights switched to strobes, the kind designed to cause a seizure. That’s why I was there. For the wires on my head to collect data. To show the doctors what was going on inside my brain.
And hopefully, to help me.
I took one more look at him as my legs gave way, and the sizzle in my head turned my vision black.
I had no idea then that I had just met the love of my life.
In a few seconds, the seizure would erase everything, and I wouldn’t remember him at all.
This Kiss is an extraordinary romance between two people with epilepsy who fall in love in the toughest of circumstances. As Tucker unfailingly convinces Ava to return to him over and over again, he teaches her that even when memory fails, the heart remembers.
--With heartfelt sweetness and a poignant love story, this novel is a must-read for anyone seeking a touching and unforgettable romance. "This Kiss" is my new favorite book to make me cry! ~ Krista Lakes, New York Times bestselling author
--This compelling, heartfelt story is exactly what I love in romance reading. These truly special characters will burrow into your heart and their story will live in your soul long after the last page. ~ BookAddict
--This Kiss is a beautiful and emotional journey of finding your soulmate again and again. ~ Jenn Reads Romance Book Blog