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Posted July 15, 2007
'Brad Killarney made a huge mistake. He accused his wife Michelle, of having an affair with his boss, and now their marriage is over. After the dust from their divorce settles, he realizes that nothing is more important to him than Michelle and their two children. He begins an aggressive campaign to win back her affections, but then the unthinkable happens: His boss shows up dead, and Brad himself sustains a terrible head injury that erases his memory. As Michelle helps him through his recovery, she slowly begins to fall in love with him all over again...but can ttheir love survive not only his amnesia, but the threat of a killer that may come back to finish what he started?!!!'~~~~~~~The above is the description on the back of the book, however the couple wasn't divorced they were separated, and Michelle didn't have an affair, with the exception of those little flaws everything else stated is true. This is the first novel I've read by Celya Bowers and it was an enjoyable read. Despite the errors in the book description, I found this book to be quite the page turner. I enjoyed the mystery and suspense throughout the pages. The change that came over Brad due to his amnesia was refreshing. It made his character more likable. I enjoyed the rekindled and heated passion between Brad and Michelle. And the way they started communicating and opening up to one another about what they wanted. The secondary characters were also very interesting and added some LOL moments to the drama going on between Michelle and Brad, especially Emily, Jeremy and Alex. I liked the friendship between Brad and Alex. Alex kept it real. He didn't sugar-coat anything for Brad or Michelle, he was a good friend to both, and tried to help them both see the errors of their ways. Wouldn't it be great if we could all get a 'Do Over'. A sweet read!
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Posted November 25, 2011
Ditto on everything the previous reviewer said! I loved this story about second chances. I wish the ending wasn't so abrupt, but it didn't take away from the story at all. A definite must read!Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.