Clay LeGrand's heart shattered the day his wife, Frankie, disappeared. Had she run away? Been kidnapped? Or had she simply left him for another man? Two years later he's still asking the same burning questions when he comes home to find Frankie in his bed, as if nothing had ever happened.
She Couldn't Remember
The shock, outrage, and anger in Clay's eyes say it all: he doesn't believe that she can't remember anything about the past two years. He's seen the strange tattoo on her neck, the needle marks on her arm. What's left of their marriage has become an endless loop of unanswered questions and black holes of memory. But the answers are there, waiting in the shadows, as evil as the interloper who has marked Frankie as his own. This time he plans to take Frankie away forever. But to get her, he's going to have to get past life's most indomitable force, Clay LeGrand's love for his wife.
©1999 Sharon Sala; (P)1999 Audible, Inc.
All rights reserved including the right of reproduction in whole or in part in any form. This edition is published by arrangement with Harlequin Books S.A. All characters in this book are fictitious. Any resemblance to actual persons, living or dead, is purely coincidental.
Yes for Sharon Sala, no for Colleen Delany
Her male voices sounded alike and rang false
Sharon Sala is a favorite of mine and I will gladly explore more of her books. I just don't think I can do it with Ms. Delany.
The characters were great and very well defined The story wasn't like some were you know what's going to happen for the get go The reader made the characters come alive
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