HE COULDN'T FORGET
Clay LeGrand's heart shattered the day his wife, Frankie, disappeared. Had she run away? Been kidnapped? Or had she simply left him for another man? Two years later he's still asking the same burning questions when he comes home to find Frankie in his bed, as if nothing had ever happened.
SHE COULDN'T REMEMBER
The shock, outrage and anger in Clay's eyes say...more
(view spoiler)[ So what was with the needle marks on her arms? I assume that the bad guy kept her doped ...more
The story begins with happily married couple Frankie (wife) and Clay. Clay comes home from work and finds his wife gone. A cup of coffee is spilled on the floor, not cleaned up. The police suspect Clay killed her but have no proof. Clay hires a PI who finds nothing. Two years pass. Clay comes home from work and finds Frankie sleeping in his bed. She has amnesia and can’t explain what happened. She has n ...more
The premise: Francesca is one year blissfully married. Her husband goes to work one day, and when he comes home the door is unlocked, there's a broken coffee cup in the kitchen, and blood on the bathroom sink, and Frankie is gone. Two years later? He comes ...more
This Sala book was heavier on romance than suspense, which I like. ...more
I felt as though I too struggled along with them trying to understand what had happened and what was going on. A very intense and emotional ride!
Sala is a very "easy to read" Author and Love her! I look forward to many many more books by her.
Frankie disappeared the day after her first anniversary to Clay. Two years later, he's suffered her absence with cops who looked no further than him and suspect him of killing her. He comes home and finds her in their bed with no memory of the last 2 years. She has needle marks in her arms and a head injury.
It's a little heartbreaking as they work their way th ...more
However, it seems like that is where the 'interesting' bit ended. The execution was poor - I am not sure if it was because of the book length (but then I have read similar length books which pulled of the 'suspense' better) or the author's style but it read like a Harlequin M&B ...more
Although I was surprised that the home base remained the same after such a wild incident, that was rectified later on, so no worries on that issue. Oth ...more
This was the second book that I read of hers (about 10 years ago) and though after reading the back cover of the book I initally thought the story would be a bit unbelievable, by the time I got to the end of chapter one I was totally hooked. You know hoe people say they can't put a good book down? This was truly one of them!
The story was so believable because Sala did a nice background that mad ...more
This was my second Sala novel. She reminds me of Erica Spindler and I enjoy the time she takes to develop the characters but doesn't drap out the mystery and make the book drag along. It was a page turner for me and I had a hard time decidin ...more
books of Sharon Sala's that I wasn't aware of. Whenever a new book by her comes out, I buy it.
It was an enjoyably read. Frankie, a wife to Clay of one year comes up missing one day. The town suspects Clay murdered his wife, although there is no evidence. Then as suddenly as Frankie disappeared, she is back but without her memory. As she gets bits and pieces of her memory back, it becomes a race against time to find out who the abductor w ...more
Interesting journey in discovering what happened to Frankie and learning to love and trust again. I liked it. One of her better novels.
I love Sharon's characters and he creative story line. The book grabbed my attention from the beginning and kept it to the end. Clay and Frankie came through as real people with real lives and even Pharaoh was human although skewed. A good read.
This was a good story of lost love and reunion. It took a while to actually get into reading it but once I did it was a good book. The author is one of my favorites,and this was a different style of her writing for me.
A good, promising beginning, a dull, disappointing central part (where all characters - well, except the bad guys - do the right thing, say the right thing, even think the right thing), a fast-paced reprise in the end. Overall, the feeling of a missed opportunity.
Sharon Sala is a long-time member of RWA, as well as a member of OKRWA. She has 100 plus books in print, published in five different genres – Romance, Young Adult, Western, Fiction, and Women’s Fiction. First published in 1991, she’s an eight-time RITA finalist, winner of the Janet Dailey Award, five-time Career Achievement winner from RT Magazine, five time winner of the National Reader ...more