He doesn't remember her. She cherishes every moment of their time together. Is there any hope for a second chance?
Hunter Cross has lost a year. A head injury during his last deployment stole his memories, and the beautiful, blue-eyed blonde who is living in his house is little more than a stranger to him. He slept with her, fell for her, loved her—and he doesn't remember any of it. He knows he should send her away, except that at night, when she slips into his bed, his body remembers hers.
Trina Levine is heartbroken, alone with her memories. Hunter can't recall any of what they shared—not the joyful days, not the steamy nights. It's like Trina dreamed it. Except when Hunter cries out in his sleep and Trina comforts him. At those moments, Hunter's strong, rugged body knows hers, and for a few, brief, blissful moments, Trina's sure everything will be okay again. But what will happen when morning comes?
"I have loved every second of this series and I hope that there will be many more installments to come. This series has everything that I look forward to in getting my love and romance fix."—Twin Spin
"An absolute must-read . . . To Have and to Hold is fabulous."—The Romance Reviews
"Five stars . . . [To Have and to Hold is a] crackling read that's full of emotion and drama."—Jeannie Zelos Book Reviews
"A great story that unfolds beautifully . . . There's a great balance of drama and romance, and I really liked the characters and their journey."—The Escapist Book Blog
"A well-crafted welcome addition to a great series . . . [with] plenty of passion."—I Love Romantic Fiction
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About the Author
Serena’s books have earned many honors, including an RT Reviewers’ Choice Award, Apple Books Best Book of the Month, and Amazon Best Book of the Year for Romance.
When not writing, Serena loves to spend time with her college-sweetheart husband and two hilarious kiddos—all of whom are incredibly tolerant not just of Serena’s imaginary friends but also of how often she changes her hobbies and how passionately she embraces the new ones. These days, it’s stand-up paddle boarding, board-gaming, meditation, and long walks with good friends.