I Have No Memory of That

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Your first kiss. Your first crush. You’re first love…. your first broken heart.

Much of what shapes us is an emotion-laden memory.

Maybe that’s why memory is so important in romances. It’s fun to read the story of the couple coming back together after years apart, their special time together a tenuous bond for the people they are now. Or perhaps the couple who once meant something to one another, but were torn apart. Can they get over memories of their hurt?

Emmy Z. Madrigal plays with memory in Lord Harrington’s Lost Doe, in which the heroine is found bedraggled by the side of the road, with no memories. The story was written as part of a challenge, where the girl’s origins were gradually revealed to the character and author (for more on the challenge, see Emmy’s post).

Sometimes being without memory can let you forget and forgive past…

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