Paperback: 384 pages
Publisher: Zebra Books (Mass Market); Original edition (April 1, 2009)
Review Copy: Publisher
What I Thought:
The stories where the main characters have amnesia are always interesting in my opinion. You just never know what to expect on down the line. Nancy Bush's writing is awesome and certainly kept me entertained throughout the course of the story. It's a romantic suspense that had the right balance of both for me. I enjoyed it!
About The Book:
Gemma La Porte wakes up in a hospital and knows her name and where she lives, but there are blank spaces in her memory. When released, she senses she’s being watched but thinks she's overreacting. As the days pass, Gemma begins having blackouts, waking up and having no idea where she's been or what she's done, especially when she finds blood on her hands. Has she committed murder? As the blackouts continue and the body count rises, Gemma turns to Deputy Will Tanninger for help…and neither are prepared to uncover the startling truth that more horrifying than anyone imagined.