Her Forgotten Betrayal
Her Forgotten Betrayal by Anna DeStefanoHaunted by her memories… or something else?The isolated house on High Lake Mountain should have been safe. But for Shaw Cassidy – robbed of her memory after a brutal assault – even shadows seem threatening. Haunted by nightmares and the sounds of "ghosts", she can’t tell if she’s lost her memory or her mind. But then a gun goes off in the night, and she realizes she’s not alone…Initiating contact with Shaw is against the rules, but Cole Marinos can’t just protect her from afar. Shaw is his childhood friend – and the lost love of his life. Not only that, her memory could reveal a top-secret government leak. Although her mind sees Cole as a stranger, Shaw instinctively trusts him… even as her body longs for his touch. But time is running out. Every lost minute means more time for her attacker to track her down. But as memories start to trickle through, a more terrifying possibility begins to emerge… When you don’t know who you are, how do you know you’re innocent?
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