The Me I Used to Be

The Me I Used to Be

In New York Times bestselling author Jennifer Ryan’s bold new novel, Evangeline Austen returns to her family’s sprawling Napa Valley ranch, determined to rebuild her life and expose the shocking truth about the past.

She’s not the naïve girl she used to be…

After serving time for a crime she didn’t commit, Evangeline returns home to a cold welcome. Her mother blames her for her father’s death, and her brothers want her out of their way. When Evangeline learns she’s solely responsible for their failing ranch—putting her family’s future squarely on her shoulders—she’ll have to find a creative way to save their home before they lose it all.

She’ll have her reckoning...

Her only ally: the cop who sent her away. Chris Chambers is positive she went to prison to protect someone else. He strikes a deal: help him track down the real criminals in exchange for clearing her name. But the closer Evangeline and Chris get to exposing the truth—and to each other—the deeper Evangeline is drawn into a dangerous sting that could finally bring her justice…or put her dreams on hold permanently.

She’ll fight for the life she always wanted…

Everyone’s lives moved on while Evangeline’s stood still. Now she has a chance to rebuild her family ranch, her life, and expose the people who put her away, so she can become the woman she was always meant to be. 

 

Title:The Me I Used to Be
Edition Language:English
ISBN:9780062883919
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    The Me I Used to Be Reviews

  • Debbie Oliphant

    I really enjoyed this book!!! I read this in one sitting because I could not put this down. There are a couple storylines woven into this story and it fits nicely. The story begins with Evangeline fac...

  • Sabrina

    NOW LIVE!Amazon US * Amazon UK The Me I Used to Be was a crazy intriguing story with a lot of heartfelt moments. The book follows Evangeline after she's released from prison where she served 4 years f...

  • Skippypeanuts

    2.5. I REALLY wanted to like this book, I did. The concept was interesting and the setting was relatable. But I just couldn't get my head around it. Evangeline spends 4 years in prison pretty much get...

  • Seema Rao

    Captivating ~ Enjoyable ~ Satisfyingtl;dr: Post-conviction daugther returns to family farm to fix things. This book is like a Romance writer scripted the afterlife for the character from Orange is the...

  • Erika

    I don't typically read fluffy romance, most of my romance involves demons, dragons, aliens, vampires, or werewolves. But I received a copy of this book from a Goodreads contest and was more than happy...

  • Dorine

    Rated 4.5 - THE ME I USED TO BE by Jennifer Ryan is a breath of fresh air for romance readers in need of the unusual mixed with the unexpected.Anyone who follows my reviews understands I’m an eclect...

  • Elle's Book Blog

    Release Date: July 2, 2019 Genre: Women's Fiction. Romantic Suspense. Actual Rating: 4 starsJennifer Ryan can write sexy romances and intriguing mysteries as proved by The Me I Used to Be. I foun...

  • Miki

    After four years in prison, Evangeline is up for parole. Imagine her surprise when her arresting officer enters the hearing room! A whispered conference with the parole board and she is immediately re...

  • Jennie

    This is not a happy book because it is about Evangeline who has spent the last four years in prison for a crime she did not commit. She said she did it to protect someone else. At her parole hearing, ...

  • Rajababoo

    Initially I liked the family drama but it kind of fizzled out in the end, and the ending was too perfect and unrealistic for my liking. The heroine was far too nice and forgiving to her family; I feel...