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Jane Doe wasn't just another patient. And in all his years of training, no one had touched Joshua Martane like the fragile young woman who had been brought to the psychiatric ward five months earlier. Suspected prostitute. Brutalized victim of a serial murderer. Mystery surrounded who she was -- and who she wasn't.

But one thing was certain. Joshua was completely entranced
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Mass Market Paperback, 251 pages
Published June 1st 1986 by Silhouette Books
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Saly
I truly enjoyed this book a lot, it had so many layers and there was so much going on.

Our hero works on the 8th floor, where there are psychiatric patients and for months he has been unable to forget the young woman lying in room 815. He was there when she was brought in, fighting for her life, a suspected prostitute because of the way she was dressed and because of a serial killer on the loose and she's been in a coma ever since but Josh talks to her, when suddenly after months she awakens with
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Shelves: fiction, romance
PB-B @ 1986, 6/91. A psychologist falls in love with an amnesic victim who is believed to be a prostitute. Good story.
Diana Dupre
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Amnesia sucks, specially when someone's out to kill you. Good thing there's a sexy Doctor there to make you feel better. =P A fun mystery romance. I like the length, if it was a longer story it would maybe drag out. This was quick, fun and full of what's gonna happen next.
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I'm the author of seventy-something novels, including romance, women's fiction and mystery. When We Were Sisters debuts in June 2016, a stand alone novel about two foster sisters traveling back into their past together. I loved writing it and love the cover my publisher chose.

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