"When he knows who he is, will he still be hers?\""
It started with a water soaked captain's hat her dog found
and was followed by the sighting of a man in the water. As
a former lifeguard, Sara Mitchell knows she must attempt a
rescue. She ends up with the man she rescues becoming one
of her psychiatric patients as he has lost his memory and
she plans on helping him recover it. They do discover is
his name Logan. Unfortunately, he finds himself falling for
Sara and as his doctor she knows she can't become involved
with her patient. Her life is just starting to get out of
control, though. Her father suffering a heart attack, her
ex-fiancée attacking her, and falling in love with a man
she knows nothing about can really turn a girl's world
upside down. Then there's the fact that she still holds
herself partially responsible for her beloved brother's
death. Love, though, can overcome the largest obstacles.
This is a very good, easy reading romance. Even the few
rather violent scenes don't really take away from that. All
the characters are wonderful to visit with and I look
forward to seeing them again in future books. I admit to
some disappointment in the way character's acted when still
not knowing whether the hero was married or not. The fact
that no drivers license seemed necessary to drive a car
also rather bothered me. No birth control was ever
mentioned, either. Still, I enjoyed this story and will be
on the look-out for more books by this author.
Some crude language and fairly descriptive sex.
Flora Bell © Copyright 2003
For eBOOKISLE.com & ParaNormal Romance Reviews
Posted February 20, 2003
Reviewed by PNR Group Member
Posted November 18, 2006
Dr. Sara Mitchell has a successful psychiatric practice, a
new beach house and because she was unable to save her
drowning brother, a case of guilt the size of LA. The
thing she needs in her life right now is another
But the sea has a way of changing that when the tide
her a shipwrecked Irishman with no memory of his past, but
a strong desire to change Sara's future.