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Julia Keller's world shattered the night her beloved husband, Jack, was gunned down on her ranch. Now, two long and lonely years later, a mesmerizing stranger with Jack's face appeared on her doorstep, minus a memory. So the only way to recover the truth was to join forces with the rugged, reticent man who was either her little boy's father--or a mysterious impostor. This ...more
ebook, 224 pages
Published September 1st 2012 by Harlequin Intrigue (first published August 2002)
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Kay
2 1/2 Stars ~ It's been two years since her husband's murder, and now a stranger appears at her door with Jack's face, and no memory of who he is or how he got there. Julia's not fooled by this imposter, but she can't ignore the certainty of Jack's mother that she knows her son. The more time she spends with John Smith, the more she finds herself falling in love. But danger had followed John to the ranch, and now the assassin is determined to see him dead. In order to protect her son, Jack's son ...more
Lhenry
I really liked the concept - that no one really knew for sure if John Smith was Jack Keller. The story was very complex, especially for a Harlequin and kept me guessing up to the end. There was a disjointed quality to the flow of events which was a little irritating to me as a reader, but I felt it worked with the idea that none of the characters really knew who John was. I did have a problem suspending my disbelief at times For example, when Jack showed up appearing to be a dead guy, neither hi ...more
Emily Higgins
Julia Keller's husband, Jack, was shot and killed two years ago. Suddenly, there is a man who looks exactly like Jack standing on her doorstep, claiming to have amnesia. Julia helps The stranger to recover his memory so that he will know who he really. In the process, they find out what really happened two years ago. This is Kasi Blake's first novel. It drags in places, but has interesting story line and several good scenes.
Tara
very confusing. I felt that it jumped around a lot. It wasn't as smooth as it could have been.
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Born and raised in California, I fell in love with writing while reading The Outsiders. Then I fell in love with Stephen King's writing style. I enjoy reading many types of books, but YA Paranormal is my favorite. I used to write for Harlequin under a different name. So that's my background. Exciting, no?

I have seven books out now: Vampires Rule, Werewolves Rule,Shifters Rule, Crushed, Witch Hunt,
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Bait (Order of the Spirit Realm #1) Crushed Werewolves Rule (Rule, #2) Shifters Rule (The Rule, #3) Warrior (Order of the Spirit Realm, #3)

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