Thanks to Edelweiss and William Morrow for giving me this book to review.
Suze wants to make a good impression at her first job since graduating from her college at her old school. She comes across a decade old murder involving a young girl, and Suze has to use all of her mediator skills to solve this case. At the same time, she is being stalked by her evil ex-boyfriend Paul Slater, who is threatening her soon to be husband, Jesse. Will Suze be able to figure it all out before it ruins her plans for the future?
Remembrance is the 7th book in the mediator series, and the first which is an adult book, and has just as much humour, romance and ghosts. It is fast paced and predictable, especially with the Paul storyline. I did not read the original books when they first came out, so I didn’t get the sense of nostalgia that most of the other readers did.
The main issue I had with this book is that none of the characters have matured as they still acted like teenagers, rather than adults in their twenties. Suze is still self-reliant, witty and impulsive but she is a fun heroine. Jesse is protective, sometimes over-protective, as well as being respectful and moral.
Remembrance is a fun book and I would recommend it to fans of the first 6 books in the mediator series.