With Every Memory
Is the life she can't remember one she'd rather forget?
One year after her family was in a tragic car accident that killed her teenage son, Lori Mendenhall returns home with a traumatic brain injury that has stolen the last eight years of memories from her, leaving the life she has returned to unrecognizable. Her once-loving husband, Michael, is a distant workaholic she isn't sure she can trust, and her once-bubbly daughter, Avery, has spent the last year hidden away in her room.
If Lori wants to reconnect with her family, she'll have to uncover the information her brain is trying to keep secret. As her memories return and past secrets resurface, it will take the whole family to repair what's been broken and find a new future together.
"A moving tale of hope and healing."--Denise Hunter, bestselling author of the Riverbend Romance series
"Heartrending and redemptive."--Nicole Deese, award-winning author of All That Really Matters
"I'm still sitting here thinking about it."--T. I. Lowe, bestselling author of Under the Magnolias
"Rosche's latest novel offers a compelling look at a woman who, after losing her memory, feels like a stranger in her own family. The unraveling of her past takes the reader on a journey that will have them flipping pages long into the night. With Every Memory is a moving tale of hope and healing."
Denise Hunter, bestselling author of the Riverbend Romance series
"With Every Memory is a memorable story of damaged imperfect people trying to rise above the rubble of tremendous tragedy. Raw and gritty, this is my favorite type of novel. It is highly affecting, and I nearly read through it in one sitting. I'm still sitting here thinking about it."
T. I. Lowe, bestselling author of Under the Magnolias
"Heartrending and redemptive, With Every Memory is a poignant story that follows the aftermath of loss in a hurting family and the guiding hope that leads them home again."
Nicole Deese, award-winning author of All That Really Matters
"At times messy, emotional, and altogether tender, With Every Memory is a story that will feel familiar to readers, a story that feels entirely true. It's also a story of forgiveness, resilience, and overcoming. This is a novel you don't want to miss."
Susie Finkbeiner, award-winning author of The All-American
"Memories are a slippery thing, especially when you have a traumatic brain injury. Even knowing her memory gap has swallowed years of her life, Lori Mendenhall isn't prepared for how lackluster her life is compared to the vibrant one she remembers. In a powerful family story about awakening and holding on to who we love, Rosche tackles the question, How would you live your life differently if you could start over?"
Janyre Tromp, author of Shadows in the Mind's Eye