Christmas Awards 2011

Thursday, 19 May 2011

Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not by Marliss Melton

Publisher: Forever

October 2008

ISBN: 0-446-61482-3

Pages: 384

Gabe Renault is a SEAL that was held in a prison camp. Unfortunately he can’t remember why as he has lost the past three years. He doesn’t remember the mission that went wrong and landed him in the prison camp hell he has been in. The only thing he does remember is that he needs to escape and get back to the wife he left behind. His wife is the one thing that has kept him alive in what has become his own personal hell.

Helen Renault is pulling her life and that of her daughter’s back together now that Gabe is presumed dead. She is standing on her own for the first time in her life and is enjoying very much. Everything is about to change because suddenly Gabe is back but he is no longer the same man as the one that left on that last fateful mission. This man isn’t the secretive one that left the one that comes back is open and loving. This is the man that she could easily lose her heart to completely.

Gabe is starting to remember what he forgot and that is making him a target for those that don’t want him to remember. With every memory Gabe recovers the more danger he is in. There is government treachery going on and if he isn’t careful he just might end up dead the way he was originally declared. Now Helen and Gabe are in danger and it is also jeopardizing their second chance at love and a future together.

This is great suspense story as it takes the reader on several twists and turns that will have the reader eagerly turning the page just to see what will happen next. The characters are very well developed and engaging to the story line. The story is written in a way that is guaranteed to have the reader emotionally evolved as Gabe works to recover his memories and to hang on to the new found love he has found with Helen. The story has plenty of action that keep the story moving at a fast pace. This is the first book in the story that will have readers wanting to read the rest of the stories just to find out more about the secondary characters and if they will find the love that Gabe and Helen were able to find.

I give this one 4-1/2 red roses

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