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BROKEN MEMORIES by MACKENZIE S. CAMERON

Summary

Could you do what had to be done if it came to a friend?

Will she be able to get warm after all the things that have happened to her?

Death is hard, no matter what the time in life. To lose a friend, that can be even harder. To kill a friend…that can be the most painful of all.

Could you ever kill a friend?

Trapped in the Hell of another’s making, Mackenna Wynter is thrown back to her misbegotten youth…back to the rainforests of Brazil where she tried desperately to cure the madness that was tearing a friend apart.

Mackenna Wynter seemed to live two lives, one in the past and one in the present. Memories are coming to her of her past life, and the man who met so much to her. She is trying to work out. Draco will do what ever he can to get Dr. Mackenna Wynter back to her old self. After all he wants her for himself.

A haunting melody, teasing, tormenting, pushing her to the very edge of her sanity…

A face that tortured her mind one that played wildly through her nightmares.

He was her friend, and then he broke her heart.

Could Draco bring her back from the brink of madness as he faced the one person he believed to be dead?

Draco Frost, friend, companion, and confidant to Mackenna Wynter wanted more…he wanted her for himself. When she left him to care for what was most precious to her, he had to follow his own heart.

Would he be able to free her mind…or watch helplessly as she was destroyed by broken memories?

Time will tell.

What will be the cost to both of them?



Theme(s):Paranormal/ Vampires/Fantasy with Romantic Elements

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Broken Memories
(Twist of Fate)
by Mackenzie S. Cameron

Red Rose Publishing
October 1, 2007
Available: October 8, 2007
ISBN #1604350326
EAN #9781604350326
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