Holiday Amnesia

Holiday Amnesia

by Lynette Eason

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ISBN-13: 9781488088353
Publisher: Harlequin
Publication date: 12/01/2018
Series: Wrangler's Corner Series
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 224
Sales rank: 15,678
File size: 782 KB

About the Author

Lynette Eason grew up in Greenville, SC. She graduated from the University of South Carolina, Columbia, and then obtained her masters in education from Converse College. Author of twenty inspirational romantic suspense books, she is also a member of American Christian Fiction Writers (ACFW) and Romance Writers of America (RWA). In 1996, Lynette married "the boy next door" and now she and her husband and their two children make their home in Spartanburg, South Carolina."

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Holiday Amnesia 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
TheLifeofaBookAddict 9 months ago
I am a sucker for characters losing their memory in books and in movies. And when I saw Holiday Amnesia, my interest was piqued. I liked Robin from the beginning. She has a strong determination to figure out why she is in danger. She’s also understandably frustrated that she can’t remember anything leading up to the explosion. Robin knows she and Toby share a history; she just isn’t sure what it entails. Realizing that she needs help, Robin accepts Toby’s offer to get her to safety while she attempts to recover her memories. Is that the right thing for her to do? And why does it feel like Toby is hiding something? Toby is a professor at the same university that Robin works at. He happens to find her after the lab explosion. He gets her to safety and vows to protect her at all costs. Right before the explosion, he and Robin were at odds. Knowing that Robin may push him away again if she learns the truth, Toby is afraid to tell Robin all he knows. That may prove to be a costly mistake… Holiday Amnesia was a quick and entertaining read. Even though this is a romantic suspense story, the romance was not front and center. Ultimately I found I enjoyed the mystery portion of the book more than the romance between Robin and Toby. But the story did hold my interest and the twist in the story was one I did not guess right away. This was book seven in The Wrangler’s Corner series. I hadn’t read the other books previous to this, but I didn’t feel lost starting with this book. I would recommend Holiday Amnesia to readers who enjoy quick stories full of suspense, action, and light romance. RATING: 3 out of 5. **Even though I received this book on behalf of the Publisher, the thoughts & opinions expressed are solely my own.**
PrincessGlor 9 months ago
Another hit outta the park for Lynette Eason! Wrangler’s Corner is a fun miniseries in the Love Inspired Suspense line that I thoroughly enjoy. This story kept me guessing who the bad guy was for a good chunk of the book and it had several exciting moments. I really felt for Robin and Toby, they were likable characters and made me really want to figure out who was after them. I know we have visited Wrangler’s Corner several times and I am hoping for more visits for sure!
lsnlj 11 months ago
This is book seven in the Wrangler's Corner series, however, I believe it is a stand alone book. I have read some, but not all the books in this series and had no trouble understanding what was going on. I do feel like I missed some good books and history of a lot of the sub characters in this book though. This book is full of suspense, mystery, romance and more. If you like FBI and Police type novels, full of family, twist and turns, mystery and suspense you will love this book.
Anonymous 11 months ago
As much as I think the amnesia plots are overdone, Lynette Eason has turned it into an exciting, and believable story. I think it's the characters that really made it so. I fell in love with them right away. Ms Eason keeps the excitement up all the way through. Well done!
BooksAndSpoons 11 months ago
Non-stop, vehement, and fierce action, constant danger, and deadly consequences kept me on the edge throughout the story. The web of mystery is a muddled mess, the clues are few and far in-between, the law enforcement is scraping their resources to keep Robin alive, to let her heal so her memory would return, and then to bring some light into the chaotic, lethal case in their hands. The story is hard to put down once you start it, the clueless atmosphere, the deadly peril, the tension between Robin and Toby, are all aspects that kept my interest high. Even though the story has the main focus on the intense suspense, the growing romance between Robin and Toby was believable, because of their previous status as close friends. Even though there was tension caused by the revealed secrets and lies, it was palpable how much they cared for each other, despite the fact that Robin could not remember him or their friendship prior to the explosion. The struggle and growth they both go through, the guilt from the past, the forgiveness, and redemption is as evident as their growing attraction and need to protect each other. The explosive crescendo towards the end, the reveal of the bad guys, and their motives hits hard, fast, and deep bringing some surprises despite the hints given throughout the tale. I enjoyed this fastpaced story and the ferocious action and suspense. It is entertaining and engrossing, it is sweet and touching, and it's edgy. The characters from the previous stories in the series are present in many of the scenes, and at times I felt a bit overwhelmed with the number of people marching through the pages while the hunt for the culprits was at its most intense. If you love stories that deliver heart-stoppingly thrilling suspense and clean, sweet romance, where a family is at the center of the tale, and faith in God is assumed notion, if not much talked about, you are going to enjoy the Holiday Amnesia, as well as the other intensely entertaining books of the Wrangler's Corner series. ~ Four Spoons
More_Than_A_Review 11 months ago
Holiday Amnesia by Lynette Eason part of the Wrangler’s Corner series however it can be read alone. The story does take place during the holidays but there are only a few references to Christmas so you could enjoy it anytime of the year. Robin sees something in her lab and as a result of them trying to kill her she ends up with a concussion and amnesia. She cannot remember anything from the last 6 months. Her memory starts coming back in snippets. Robin made smart decisions and I was thrilled that she didn’t act stubborn and stupid. Toby is previous CIA now working as a professor. Because of his background he is asked to help on a case at Robin’s lab. This is a good story, lots of action, and some romance. I realized the plot twist which is unusual for a Lynette Eason story. If this is your first book by her, keep reading. I received this book from Netgalley. I was not required to write a positive review. You can see my full review at More Than a Review dot com where I rate the level of sex, violence, language and drug/alcohol use in books.
Splashesintobooks1 12 months ago
This is a fantastic page turner that had me enthralled from the explosive start to the very end. Robin Hardy is a scientist who witnesses a colleague at her University being murdered. She runs but an explosion as she does so results in her forgetting everything that has happened in the last six months - which includes starting work at the University. She's unsure just who she should trust but agrees to go with another professor, Toby Potter, when he tries to shelter her from those still seeking to kill her. . . . They have a history but she can't remember just what, but she feels safe with him most of the time. As they go on the run to escape those trying to silence her this is an action packed story, full of suspense, snipers, double crossing, secrets and Robin's slowly returning memory. Will Toby manage to keep her safe until she can identify the murderers and reveal just what she witness? Will she remember why she was so angry with Toby - and if she does, will she still trust him to keep her safe? It is part of a series but works well as a standalone. It has well developed characters, is a riveting read with a well thought out plot that is full of twists and turns to keep you guessing and turning the pages. Toby is conflicted in just what he should reveal to Robin because he is worried about how she'll respond to the knowledge. The attraction between them is always there but so is their reticence to act upon it - he knows why but she's forgotten. Although it is set around the festive season, Christmas doesn't play a major role in the story until the end so it can easily be read at any time of year. As physical danger lurks around every corner, this is a lovely suspense filled read that I have no hesitation in highly recommending. I requested and was given a copy of this book, via NetGalley. This is my honest review of the book after choosing to read it.