Since the accident, Taylor's memory has been fuzzy. But at least she's awake. Who knows what her boyfriend, Scott, will remember when he comes out of the coma. Will he remember that Taylor was driving the snowmobile when it crashed? Will he remember the engagement ring? Her pregnancy?
Will he remember that she tried to break up with him?
Taylor doesn't know. And she doesn't know if she wants him to remember. Plenty of things happened that night and before—secrets wrapped in secrets—that she'd prefer be forgotten.
Facing choices she'd rather ignore, Taylor searches for something more solid than whispers and something bigger than blame to face the future and forgive herself.
Praise:"An intricately crafted story of teen pregnancy helmed by a bold, achingly real protagonist determined to decide her own fate." —Kirkus Reviews (starred review)
"Honest and sometimes heart-breaking, The Memory Jar is about first love, first loss, and how one moment can change the course of a lifetime."—Suzanne Young, New York Times bestselling author of The Program series