A MAN SHE COULDN’T FORGET
ISBN: 9781426826931/ (13)9780373715381/ (10)0373715382-
E-Book/9781426826931/ (13)9780373715381/ (10)0373715382-Print
Harlequin Superromance, a division of Harlequin Reader Service
$4.95-E book/$6.50(Canadian) $5.50(US)-Print
Home & Family
Rating: 4 Cups
Clare Boneli’s world has been turned upside down from amnesia. Looking in the mirror, each day is like looking at a total stranger. Even her boyfriend Jonathan’s touch is foreign to her, and the only person that gives her any comfort is her neighbor, Brady Langston.
Brady knows that where Clare is concerned, his judgment is off. Using their friendship and fond memories, Brady is willing to try to get his best friend to become his soul mate as he helps her discover who she is. The only obstacles standing in his way are Clare’s boyfriend, Jonathan, and the fact that Brady caused the accident, creating her memory loss.
While Clare and Brady dance around their mutual attraction and growing feelings, Jonathan hides a secret of his own. Though Brady thinks he was instrumental in the car accident that left Clare with amnesia, Jonathan is hiding important information about that night. While he fights to hold onto the woman he loves, he comes to a dreadful realization. If she ever does get her memory back, it will destroy Clare’s feelings for him and drive her straight into Brady’s arms.
A Man She Couldn’t Forget reminds me of the classic Dickens’ tale, A Christmas Carol without the holiday. The turmoil that Ms. Shay throws into the mix is outstanding and wonderful. The details of amnesia and their symptoms are well thought out and very detail oriented. The love triangle of Clare, Brady, and Jonathan is rife with conflict and an added bonus to an already great tale. This sensational story has a feel-good quality about it that will bring a smile to any reader’s face.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More