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Image of The Bride with No Name (Silhouette Special Edition)


Image of The Bride with No Name (Silhouette Special Edition)
On the beach at midnight, Trevor Marlowe sees a woman floundering in the ocean. After he rescues her, he's dismayed to discover that she has amnesia. Christening her "Venus," he makes it his business to look after her -- even introducing her to his family and giving her a job at his restaurant. The two become involved, but then a man shows up, claiming Venus is his missing fiancee, Gemma Burnett, and she leaves to find the truth, if she can. Marie Ferrarella continues Kate's Boys with The Bride With No Name (3). It's a familiar scenario, made readable by the characters -- especially grumpy Venus. Pleasant, but routine.
Reviewed by: 
Catherine Witmer