John Riddle remembers nothing when he's found beaten in a ditch in northern Canada. Now even his name is a made-up play on words. For months, he's been a working guest at remote Camp Hope.

During that time, Christa Anderson, sister of the camp manager, has captured John's heart. She's pretty, spunky and determined not to let her wheelchair keep her from living a productive life. Too bad he doesn't dare mention love to her. What kind of future would a guy without a past have to offer? When strangers are spotted lurking around the camp and acts of vandalism are committed, Christa must wonder if John's presence put everyone at the camp in danger?

John and Christa will steal readers' hearts as they unravel the mystery that threatens their love. (Jan., 304 pp., $10.99)
Reviewed by: 
Jill Elizabeth Nelson