Enticed by His Forgotten Lover

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Enticed by His Forgotten Lover

How do you deal with a man you gave your whole heart and passion to saying he doesn’t know you? That he doesn’t know you or remember the passion you all shared? This is something that Bryony Morgan has to deal with when she confronts Rafael de Luca again in his business world. She never thought that when they met again he would have lost his memory and would be in shock. Rafael De Luca has had many women in his life, but something about Bryony captures his heart and a distant memory. He’s not sure how they met but now that they have he doesn’t want to let her go. She says he’s the father of her child, but he doesn’t remember anything about that or the passion she says they shared.

Maya Banks has a flair for bringing romance to life in every way from her characters to the story line itself. I fell in love for Bryony right in the beginning for here is a woman who won’t stay quiet and wants an answer. The answer of course is why she hasn’t heard from him in months. Now Rafael is definitely one who needs to be kicked in the butt for his forgetfulness especially when it comes to a woman like Bryony. These two are so in tune with each other and though he forgot it takes a strong woman like her to make him see they belong together. This is definitely a favorite for me. Pick this one up and really see Maya Banks talent shine.

Book Blurb for Enticed by His Forgotten Lover

"Have we met?"

Answer: a right hook! Because Bryony Morgan pulls no punches. Even when she's very pregnant and facing down the father of her unborn child. She fell for wealthy hotelier Rafael de Luca when he courted her for her beachfront real estate. Then he disappeared. Now, she's in New York for answers—and she won't accept a brush–off.

But selective amnesia after a crash has Rafael puzzled. How could he ever forget a combustible beauty like Bryony? Solution: return to the island where they met, and relive the unforgettable nights in question—until he remembers everything…

Night Owl Reviews Feb, 2012 5.00