Lost in Manhattan

Lost in Manhattan

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by Emma Carlyle, Lois Winston
     
 

One by one members of the Montgomery family have died in tragic accidents. Sarah Montgomery, the last surviving member of the aeronautics dynasty, suffers amnesia and extensive injuries that leave her unrecognizable when she's hit by a cab. Industrialist Trent Caldwell already harbors guilt over the death of his wife and now feels responsible for Sarah's injuries.…  See more details below

Overview

One by one members of the Montgomery family have died in tragic accidents. Sarah Montgomery, the last surviving member of the aeronautics dynasty, suffers amnesia and extensive injuries that leave her unrecognizable when she's hit by a cab. Industrialist Trent Caldwell already harbors guilt over the death of his wife and now feels responsible for Sarah's injuries. After her surgery, he brings her to his home to recuperate. Mrs. Kearn, his housekeeper and surrogate mother, sees in Sarah someone capable of bringing Trent back to life. She begins playing matchmaker.

But the Montgomery family deaths weren't accidents. Someone harbors a deadly secret and using skills perfected as a youthful IRA operative, has systematically eliminated the family out of a need for revenge. Realizing Sarah's true identity, the assassin now has one more kill to make in order to fulfill a promise made long ago.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940015020359
Publisher:
Lois Winston
Publication date:
07/25/2012
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
1,039,212
File size:
936 KB

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Meet the Author

Once upon a time there was an author who began writing romance. She won awards for her unpublished manuscripts and eventually sold two romances, both of which also won awards. Life was all hearts and flowers and hunky heroes until one day she was attacked by a glue gun wielding amateur sleuth who forced the romance author to write her story. Thus, author Lois Winston turned her attentions from romance to mystery, writing the critically acclaimed Anastasia Pollack Crafting Mysteries. However, Lois found she had more romance stories to tell. So she decided to split her personality, remaining Lois Winston for mystery, becoming Emma Carlyle for romance, and diving into the digital publishing revolution.

Visit Emma at www.emmacarlyle.com and Lois at www.loiswinston.com

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Lost in Manhattan 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
RisWritesLH More than 1 year ago
Lost in Manhattan reminded me of a Susan Elizabeth Phillips romance combined with the intrigue of a good romantic suspense. The heroine, Sarah Montgomery, is trapped in a loveless marriage to a man intent on taking over her family's business. When New York tycoon, Trent Caldwell's taxi hits Sarah and she loses her memory, Trent takes charge of her care while everyone else thinks she is dead. This fairy tale romance has all the tropes you love in a good romance from the amnesia to the rich man needing love after the death of his wife to an orphan. LOST pulls on your heartstrings and you root for the hero and heroine through the whole story. The villains are truly villainous and the author does a wonderful job of creating plot twists and subplots that all connect to the central story.  A great bubble bath read! So romantic!
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