The Other Laura
A bullet wound had put Laura Hudson into a coma. Awakening with amnesia, she was told that the police still didn't know who'd shot her or why. Even worse, she was headed toward a slow recovery on a cattle ranch - with a husband and daughter who apparently hated her.
To Ryder Hudson, Laura seemed like a brand-new woman. Even little Abby warmed to...more
Then we meet the witch of his wife Laura. I couldn't through the course of the book understand how could he have married such a cold, shallow woman. The only reason he remained married to her was his step-daughter Abby and how Laura often threatened to take her away from him if he didn't do what she wanted.
Then there is an accident and Laura ...more
I wish I could blame my staying up until almost 3 in the morning to finish this book on the coffee I had earlier in the day. OK. I can, but I have, literally, thousands of other books from which to choose.
Even though I kinda figured out "whodunnit," I was STILL surprised when the ENTIRE story unfolded. Blame it ...more
This is an old Harlequin Intrigue, published in 1996. I don't remember the last time I got so caught up in a romantic suspense. Usually, I put up with the plot/mystery/storyline while jumping from love scene to love scene, and watching the character arcs unfold. This book did a fabulous job with the suspense portion of the tale. The "heroine" has total amnesia after a horrible accident, and has been badly burned and disfigured--beyond recognition. Who is she? What d ...more