As teenagers, Danielle and Mia struck up an unlikely friendship in their private high school. Despite being from very different backgrounds and being of different ethnicities, the two become best friends. It is a friendship that spans decades, until one friend's betrayal of the other.
Years later, Danielle and Mia find themselves forcibly reconnected over a tragic event: their daughters' car accident. Unbeknownst to them, their daughters attend the same college and are friends. When the two ex-friends find themselves thrown together, they try to reconnect, but find that dong so may be harder than they imagined.
Remember Me is a talk more about the strengths of friendships than about the things that break them. The women's connection to each other is the stuff that we all want in our lives, making them enviable. The plot is intriguingly unique, moves fast and has a satisfactory ending.
The problem is that it jumps back and forth between past and present too much, causing confusion. It's also troublesome that the event that breaks the women apart is something that few would be able to ever overcome.
Still, it's nice to read a book about what it takes to overcome the things that seem impossible to do so in life. Perhaps the novel will encourage more of us to remember what really matters kin friendships and in life.
Two best friends test the limits of loyalty in a stirring new novel of friendship, betrayal, and forgiveness.
Mia and Danielle had vowed to stay best friends for life-until one indiscretion destroyed that bond forever. Twenty years later, tragedy reunites them in an unexpected way. Now they must confront the past, discover its untold truths, and rebuild a friendship destined to endure.