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This Reminds Me of Us

St. Caroline
Written by: Julia Gabriel
Narrated by: Cindy Kay
Series: St. Caroline Series, Book 4
Length: 9 hrs and 32 mins

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Publisher's Summary

He's waited four months for this day…for his wife to wake up…for everything to go back to normal…a normal life she can’t remember…a life that might not have been as perfect as everyone thought.

Deputy fire chief Oliver Wolfe had everything he ever wanted. A beautiful wife, two adorable (if rambunctious) sons, a job he loved, a comfortable home, and family and friends in his hometown of St. Caroline, Maryland…until the day he had to stand by helplessly and watch his wife’s unconscious body get cut from the mangled wreckage of her car.  

Serena Wolfe was a blissfully happy newlywed with a tall, dark, and handsome firefighter for a husband and a honeymoon baby on the way…until the day she wakes up from a coma to discover that she’s actually 30 years old and has two adorable (if rambunctious) boys, a house, and friends…none of which she can remember.  

That’s alarming enough. But Serena might have had a secret former life…which she also can’t remember. 

The St. Caroline Series  

Come to the shores of the Chesapeake Bay and the 300-year-old town of St. Caroline, Maryland. Meet the Trevor family — Michelle, Dan, Becca, Charlotte, Natalie, Cassidy and Lauren — and their popular quilt shop, Quilt Therapy. Across town, the men of the Wolfe family have been the backbone of the St. Caroline fire department for generations — and Tim, Jack, Matt and Oliver are continuing the tradition. The St. Caroline series features emotional stories with relatable characters you'll fall in love with, true-to-life problems and triumphs, and sweetly sexy romance that leads to a happy ever after.

©2019 Julia Gabriel (P)2020 Julia Gabriel

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