Diana Brandmeyer recently tweeted that Mind of Her Own "came to me on one of those days when motherhood was overwhelming me."
I'm not one to wish a motherhood meltdown on anyone, but I'm thrilled Diana used hers as inspiration for a delightful novel. After all, haven't we all wished we were someone else at some point in our lives?
Diana's protagonist, Louisa Copeland finds security, though not happiness, in her immaculate but
bland home. After a head injury knocks her out, she awakes as the colorful,
mischievous, and imaginative romance author Jazz Sweet. But there's more to this
story than Louisa/Jazz's retrograde amnesia.
What dark secret is "Jazz" hiding from Louisa?
As Jazz and her husband learn together to navigate her
memory loss, they also learn important lessons about their marriage -- and each
Though we had family visiting, I found myself sneaking away
throughout the day to read a chapter or two. When I got close to the ending, I
saved the story for a time when I could disappear into Jazz's world for the
conclusion. And I was not disappointed.
So grab your Kindle, download this entertaining novel, and escape
with Jazz into a world of color, style, and falling in love all over again.
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