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There was a heartbeat in time that Indigo believed Donovan could be hers.
That their happily ever after was within reach.
But that was before the stick turned pink, and she delivered the unforgivable news that the baby inside her might not be his.
The worst part? It may be the seed of her sin-soaked husband.
Now that the truth is out, she must answer to her crimes and fight to win back the trust and heart of the man she loves.
Don’s relentless focus on saving his family’s diner and beloved Potomac Falls landmark has led to a dead end. Between the strained relationship with his siblings over the death of their brother, his family legacy up for the taking, and Indigo’s news, he’s reached his breaking point. Although he’s a quarter of a million dollars richer, peace of mind is one thing money can’t
buy. Unsure of what life has in store for him next, he finds himself on a downward spiral and makes a split decision that leaves him torn between his past and future.
Trapped in a marriage that isn’t what it seems, Melanie Caldwell learns firsthand that sometimes the ugliest relationships look prettier on the outside. Desperate to mute her pain, she finds herself swept up in the warmth of a strings-free fling that comes with its own set of consequences. When her biggest secret becomes front-page news, it sends the town buzzing. Suddenly,
her marriage and her husband’s political career are like ticking time bombs, one wrong move away from detonation.
As the pressure mounts, everyone finds themselves at odds, and soon, the troubled waters surrounding them threaten to wipe out everything they’ve built. Can second chances and forgiveness exist in a city that thrives on gossip, or are these broken hearts beyond repair?
Facts to note about Remember My Name.
There’s arson, an unexpected/oops baby, and a murder.
Indigo finds out the paternity of her baby, and a few more unexpected secrets.
Don has reached his breaking point, and makes a split decision he can’t undo.
Melanie learns firsthand that the ugliest relationships always look prettier on the outside.
This is the finale.
Listen to the Official Playlist Here.
Indigo's Homemade Chocolate Chip Muffin Recipe
Final Character Interview with Indigo + Donovan.
Q1: What are some things we can expect from your story in the finale?
A1: (Indigo): Growth, self-reflection, accountability, and closure.
A2: (Don): You’ll see me hit rock bottom, and then learn what it means to take matters into my own hands and define my destiny. And in the end, redemption.
Q2. What’s your greatest quality?
A1: (Indigo): Patience
A2: (Don): Perseverance
Q3. What is it like to be loved by you?
A1: (Indigo): If my time in Potomac Falls has taught me anything, it’s that my love is driven by passion. I may not always make the right decisions, but my heart is usually in the right place. Whoever I give my heart to can always expect to be held down by me.
A2: (Don): Anyone loved by me will feel safe, loyalty, and assurrance that my actions will mirror my words.
Q4. List five facts about yourself.
My love language is words of affirmation.
I’m spontaneous and can be a bit scatter-brained at times.
I will always stand ten toes down behind the people I care about.
I crave balance in my life.
When I put my mind to something, nothing can stop me.
I’m silently dealing with depression.
I’m at my best when I have someone to share my world with.
I’m approachable and a good communicator.
Q5. What’s the musical vibe for your story in the finale?
A1: (Indigo): “ICU” (Remix) by Coco Jones x Justin Timberlake
A2: (Don): On a business level: “Snoring” by Drew Love. On a personal level: “When It Comes to You” by Fridayy