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From New York Times best seller Mimi Jean Pamfiloff comes book four of the Immortal Matchmakers, Inc. series.

"Forget me! Please!"

The Goddess of Forgetfulness has spent 70,000 years wishing for a man to remember her for more than five seconds. But when her wish is finally granted, she's appalled. Távas is cocky, handsome, and seven feet of rude, muscled man. He can't possibly be her mate! But all signs are pointing to yes. Okay, at least a strong maybe.

Is this some sort of cosmic dating error? She darn well hopes so.

Determined to discover the truth, she agrees to one date. Just one! But the night is about to reveal that his real identity is crazier and more alluring than she ever imagined.

©2018 Paper & Silver, Inc. (P)2020 Paper & Silver, Inc.

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careful what you wish for!

This book in the series made a ho-hum day...unforgettable. LOL
Mystery, intrigue, angst, and passion enough to melt the arctic. Be warned that you may snort laugh at inappropriate times.
Ada Sinclair is absolutely phenomenal as she gives each character their own voice and brings the book to life.