The Last Note
That is, until Knoxfeld Long, her mother’s stupidly attractive lawyer, turns up on her doorstep with the chance to find out exactly what she’s always wanted to know: Who is her father?
Evie had left her only daughter an expensive Memory Reconstruction, allowing her the chance to live her mother’s memories for a few days, and get swept up in her parents’ whirlwind romance.
But as the delve further into the past, Harper has to ask herself if she really wants to know, or if some questions are better left unanswered.
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