You Must Remember This

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Bucky Barnes is targeted by a relentless assassin and must face his turbulent past—as well as the woman he has only known hatred for—in the hope of facing his greatest enemy.

Genre; FanFiction (MCU and Call The Midwife)
Mystery, thriller, historical, romance, LGBTQ+ friendly

Mature reading

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After the events that lead the Avengers to fall apart, Steve Rogers entrusts his friend Bucky Barnes to the Crown Prince of Wakanda. But after only a few days, an assassin is caught in Wakanda. Her codename – Nemesis. Her mission – to kill the Winter Soldier.
In their search for answers, Steve and Bucky find a link to someone from their past, someone they never thought they would hear of again – Evelyn Rogers, Steve’s twin sister. The pair discover that she died in a fire in the 60s. The only thing that was retrieved from the ashes was a strongbox containing several letters and a carefully wrapped package for one James Buchanan Barnes.
Evelyn’s final legacy is her diary, which Bucky finds strange. She would never have left him anything personal since they hated each other. And how could she possibly have known he was still alive?
Pushed on by Steve, Bucky reads Evelyn’s final words, and page by page, his memories return. But as he nears the end of the diary, it becomes clear that some memories should have remained lost.

2 reviews for You Must Remember This

  1. 5 out of 5

    Esther Lee

    I haven’t read much of this book but as a huge Bucky Barnes fan, this is definitely one of best fanfics I’ve read! It’s really heart-felt, emotional and just written so well! Highly recommend!

    • Lorraine Tramain

      Thank you, Esther! Hope to see you continue the story.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Sarah Q. McGrath

    I’ve read all the way through You Must Remember This as it was written and literally just finished it. So it’s a journey I’ve been on for . . . I don’t know, a year or so? I began it as a book club read and was skeptical, because I don’t tend to read fan fiction, and I have seen only Black Panther (none of the other Marvel movies, even though I have some loose background knowledge of the characters). Well, this work was a stunning piece of literature that stands on its own. Evelyn Rogers was such a beautiful, richly-developed character that I was absolutely shocked to hear that she was NOT part of the Marvel universe, that she was the author’s creation. I absolutely loved Evelyn. The story moves timelines, which the author expertly navigated so there was little to no confusion once the story got underway, and I loved the alternating stories–all of them. Even though I knew some things had to happen, I was so curious as to how the timelines would come together to get the characters to where they were in the present. Each character was so deeply crafted; no element of the tale took a backseat to another; my emotions were involved at so many levels. The tale had me in my feels, got me anxious for what was going to happen next, and convinced me that fan fiction can be amazing, even for those of us who don’t think they’re into it. I can’t recommend this work enough. Thank you for the opportunity to read this, Lorraine!

    • Lorraine Tramain

      OMG Sarah, thank you so much! Your words mean so much to me, I appreciate this so much. I’m happy I convinced you to the side of fanfiction 😀

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