After trekking through the Rocky Mountains, surviving a head injury and the amnesia that followed, Jack Dalton couldn't imagine anything more healing than Caitlyn Morris and her remote cabin. Unfortunately, Jack's peace was shattered thanks to dangerous men toting gu...more
Despite his many names, we're going to call the hero Jack. And I loved Jack, he was just so awesome. I kinda figured he was an undercover fed and that's why he had so many names, and I was right, but we didn't find that out until nearly the end.
The heroine was a bit painful at times. I've mentioned before how I hate journalists, so her single minded determination to get the story, even at the detriment to their safety really ir ...more
This book was good. Very entertaining. It’s probably not going to go on a keeper shelf, but for a nice read on a plane, to the beach, in the doctor’s office, it’s an excellent choice.
The story is quite simple: You have the hero who got a good knock on the head and has amnesia. He finds his way to the heroine’s home and she winds up nursing him, helping him and of course, falling in love with him.
The questions surrounding “Jack” are ...more
When her family moved to L.A., major culture shock ensued. She discovered that grapefruits grew on trees, television offered more than two channels, and all the other girls had breasts. ...more