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Sleeping Desire

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Sara had run away from Alex Stevenson's demands of unquestioning love, but her amnesia made her forget her year away from him...

Until she saw the woman who had caused the break up of their marriage. Then shatteringly, everything fell back into place and she saw the caring and protestations of love were all part of the plan to make her stop their divorce. Her parents were
Paperback, Mills & Boon Romance #2426, 186 pages
Published August 1985 by Mills & Boon (first published 1985)
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Jul 24, 2012 Merrian rated it liked it
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I read this because I was a similar age to the heroine in the year this book was published - 1985. I wanted to see what a category love story of my era would say about those years and whether it resonated with my memory of the times. I also wondered what I would think of it in 2012.

Sara has left her husband but a bout of amnesia after she is involved in a railway accident together with family interference brings them together again. This was very much a story about a young woman finding herself
another re-read from the 80's which didn't hold up as well under the stress of time. the heroine just seemed loud and no one listened to her, even her folks and especially the hero, her estranged husband. it also featured the dreaded trope amnesia, though it was a rather short case of it.
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Sheila Ann Mary Coates Holland
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