When Leah Davis finds a man unconscious on her New Orleans front porch, she isn't surprised. Her grandmother, who owned the house, dispensed unofficial charity to anyone who showed up. Pregnant, Leah can't continue the policy and is going to call the police when she recognizes the man—Hunter Davis, her husband, who she believed Hunter was killed four months ago in a terrible car crash. Now he has amnesia and only knows he had to make his way to this address and to the woman he can only remember as a face. Soon they are running for their lives, trying to find out what happened to Hunter and who is trying to kill them. Dangerous Memories (3) by Barbara Colley is an exciting book with strong plotting, but Leah is stubbornly keeping secrets, and Hunter is not as engaging a hero as he could have been.
Reviewed by: 
Page Traynor