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Too Good To Forget (Silhouette Intimate Moments, #399)

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Make-Believe Marriage
Could this be real? Sam McDonald was novelist Katherine McDonald's dream come true. Tall and handsome, strong and sensitive, Sam was innately loving in every way. Soon his kisses and caresses lured her into living a dangerous fantasy.

Sam claimed to be Katherine's husband. But the Sam McDonald she was married to existed only on paper. This wounded Treas
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Jan 03, 2010 rated it liked it
Shelves: romance, borrowed
This is a book I first read as a loaner from a dear friend, and she recently found it again and loaned it to me--and I cheerfully zipped right through it. Let's face it, folks, Marilyn Tracy's Too Good to Forget is about as fluffy as a romance gets. And yet? It's cheesy in all the best cheesy romance ways. It helps a lot that it employs two of my favorite cheesy plot devices: a) one of the lead characters is a writer, and b) the hero has amnesia!

In this particular case, the hero happens to be a
Sep 08, 2010 rated it liked it
Recommends it for: fans of amnesia plots, tragic heroes
The Girl - Katherine McDonald, author and pet-rescuing shut-in. She's 39 years old and hasn't known true love, so she busies herself with her spy thriller novels and putting up with her wisecracking, live-in cousin Andrew, who runs a bookstore. For publicity purposes, she pretends she's married to a federal agent called Sam McDonald, who is the "co-author" of her books, in order to lend them authenticity and shield her from the pain of having a love life.

The Guy - Sam McDonald, Treasury agent. (
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