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Forgotten Fiancee [NOOK Book]

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THE WOMAN HE COULDN'T REMEMBER

Not long ago, Justin Hallwood had been a hard-driving, big-city executive. Now he was inexplicably drawn to the little village of Haven—especially to Sarah Conroy, a lovely single mother with an adorable baby son. What hold did she have on him?

THE MAN SHE SHOULDN'T FORGET

Once, Sarah thought that she and Justin would be together always. Then she'd announced her pregnancy, and ...

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Overview


THE WOMAN HE COULDN'T REMEMBER

Not long ago, Justin Hallwood had been a hard-driving, big-city executive. Now he was inexplicably drawn to the little village of Haven—especially to Sarah Conroy, a lovely single mother with an adorable baby son. What hold did she have on him?

THE MAN SHE SHOULDN'T FORGET

Once, Sarah thought that she and Justin would be together always. Then she'd announced her pregnancy, and he was gone. Two years later he was back—with no memory of their shared past. Sarah knew that Justin was so close to remembering—but if he did, would it mean that Justin would be lost to her again…this time forever?

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781459273603
  • Publisher: Harlequin
  • Publication date: 7/15/2011
  • Sold by: HARLEQUIN
  • Format: eBook
  • Edition description: Original
  • Sales rank: 666,482
  • File size: 523 KB

Meet the Author


Lucy Gordon wanted to be a writer all her life, and began by working on a British women’s magazine. After thirteen years working on that magazine Lucy decided to finally write a novel. Two successes later she gave up her job, and has concentrated entirely on writing romances ever since. She has written over fifty novels for Mills & Boon and has won two RITA Awards in 1991 and 1998 respectively. Lucy lives in England with her family.
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  • Anonymous

    Posted August 17, 2014

    A romance that only happens in movies

    This book reminded me of a 1950's romantic movie that should have had violins at the ending and..I loved it! No way, this could have happened in real life. A combination of 'it's a wonderful life', where the man finds out how to save a town from corrupt money, "regarding henry" or "while you were sleeping". The hero is a power hungry man who takes over companies, has no heart until he meets a shy, country girl at party he is giving. He doesn't give his heart, but he is drawn to her. She is poor, trying to make it in London and she is in love. Pregnancy announced, abortion money offered and she takes off to go back to her country village. Two years later.....a car wreck, he has amnesia of over 2 years of his life and they meet in her country village of 800. She still loves him but she knows that his memory has to come back naturally. He saves the town, is loved and drama spring forth in the end but it is a romance....( violinsplaying). I loved it. I had the hero looking exactly like Jimmy Stewart. Can't wait till Christmas!

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