Sarah Tucker is
the survivor of an almost fatal car accident. When she wakes in the
hospital she has no memory. None. Who she is, that she has a daughter,
or how she got in the wreck. The police search for anyone who knows her
turns up Jake Sanders.
Reviewed by Linda Mae Baldwin
Sarah doesn’t know Jake, or recognize the name of their daughter
Caitlyn. His bitter demeanor puts her on the defensive. As their story
unfolds, Sarah has flashes of memory, and has trouble believing that she
just up and left with their child seven months earlier. Apparently Jake
has been searching for them all this time. Now he demands to see his
daughter, but Sarah has no idea where she is.
The premise of this suspense filled novel is intriguing. The plot plays
out well. The reader can almost see the tension between Sarah and Jake,
and we understand that the love still remains – although it’s buried
under Jake’s anger and bitterness and Sarah’s mental blank slate.
Although I would have liked to see alls story threads ended, I still
enjoyed the read. Maybe that is what happens in the sequel which I have
not read that one, yet.
October 8, 2008