But Elise didn't feel married. Nor did she feel pregnantâ¦. The accident had destroyed all memory of the past few months for her and, no matter how hard she tried, she couldn't remember pledging her heart and soul to this rich, gorgeous, formidably sophisticated stranger, Alejandro Santanas.
Elise sensed the chemistry between them, sparks of secret passion that made her feel alive. But was she in love with himâand he with her? Had she lost the most precious part of her lifeâforever?
Helen Bianchin imbues her characters "with an intensity that is spectacular."âRomantic Times
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