The characters are very mysterious. As the story went and I got to read from different POV’s, it became clear to me who I clearly couldn’t trust. Luke. Klair makes it evident that she’s uncomfortable, confused, even scared of this man who seems to have no emotional connection whatsoever to his supposed wife. I knew I couldn’t trust him, but also, could Klair be paranoid? Could Klair just not remember that he was like this throughout their whole marriage? Was Klair imagining things that weren’t there? Was she going crazy? All those questions popped up in my mind as I read, and it made the story much more intriguing to not have the answers. I finished this novella just in a couple hours because I couldn’t let go of it. I want to know more, and I hope I will when the second part of this series comes out! -Amazon Review
When Klair Knox wakes up one day with no memory, her only mission is to remember who she was. Her best ally in this effort is her husband Luke, but when she sees discrepancies between what he says and what he does, she suspects he’s keeping something from her.
When her therapist uses gestures and gives her non-verbal clues as if someone were watching, Klair feels unsafe. When she meets a stranger who seems to know more about her past than she does, she questions everything.
Why is her husband not telling her everything? Is he even her husband? What caused her amnesia and why does it feel like everyone knows more than she does? Is her name really Klair Knox? Who is she really?
The Unfinished Line is a 27,000-word novella and the first of its series.