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A Man She Couldn't Forget

3.56 of 5 stars 3.56  ·  rating details  ·  25 ratings  ·  4 reviews
Clare Boneli has felt like a stranger to herself ever since the night an accident took her memory. The night she made a choice between two very different men.

Both Brady Langston and Jonathan Harris are good men. But their versions of her are so opposite, it's as if she's two different people. One man holds her career future and one man seems to hold her heart. Because when
ebook, 256 pages
Published January 1st 2009 by Harlequin Special Releases (first published December 25th 2008)
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The only reason I read this was because I am a sucka for amnesia stories but I was very disengaged because the heroine not likable, her friends were terrible, the unfolding of what happened not very interesting.
I really enjoyed reading this book. The plot was fast-driven and interesting. I absolutely loved the main characters introduced in the book and I found the character development really very good. I could see why the characters did what did and the love between the hero and the heroine was also very believable and I certainly enjoyed it.

The heroine, I forgot her name again ><, was a very strong character. I loved seeing how she changed, it was truly very sweet. Before the accident, I'm pret
Lynn Spencer
I gave this a B- at All About Romance, so really 3.5 stars

Amnesia stories are usually up there with sheiks and secret babies for me - I generally don't bother with them. However, A Man She Couldn't Forget seemed like it could be a book that would handle the topic well. As I started reading, it quickly became clear that this was the case, and I settled in for a read that would have been extremely pleasant but for the behavior of the secondary characters.

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