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The Husband She Couldn't Forget

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Melanie Wysh wasn't one to wallow in heartbreak. So when her husband served her with divorce papers with no warning and disappeared, she took a new job in a new state. And met a new man--her therapy client Rolland Jones. Rolland was new in more ways than one: after a car accident, he required extensive reconstructive surgery and it had left him with no memory.

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Paperback, 216 pages
Published August 25th 2009 by Silhouette Desire
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Ang
Oct 10, 2016 rated it really liked it
I loved it! I certainly recommend it and I would read it again. The storyline was great, something different and I liked that.
D.lee
Jan 21, 2012 rated it it was amazing
OMG!!! This book was so good. I loved that fact that Ms Green took a serious story of a man with TBI (Traumatic Brain Injury) and put a humorous spin to it that did not distract from the seriousness of his injury.

Rolland Jones was a man severely injured in a car accident. Melanie Wysh-Bishop was a recent divorcee hired to help he rehabilitate so that he could rejoin society. Melanie appeared to have it all, but one day out of the blue her husband of six years serves her with divorce papers and d
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Shawnette
Aug 31, 2009 rated it liked it
This book received such GREAT reviews and it's a HIGHLY recommended read...so, I just knew I was going to ENJOY it...however, it didn't meet my expectations...it's just an OKAY read for me...however, I will say the BEST part of the story is Rolland Jones and his struggles with TBI...despite his condition he is the most ENGAGING character in this story...there are quite a few HUMOROUS moments...some brief romantic scenes...and even some TOUCHING moments throughout...and the concept is DEFINITELY ...more
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National bestselling author Carmen Green was born in Buffalo, New York, and had plans to study law before becoming a published author. While raising her three children, she wrote her first book on legal pads and transcribed it onto a computer on weekends before selling her first novel in 1993. Since that time she has sold more than twenty-six novels and novellas, and is proud that one of her books ...more