THE MORNING AFTER
Marketing Director Temple Banning wakes up one morning in a strange hotel room unable to remember where she was or how she got there. In the room, there is a marriage certificate made out to Temple and Michael St. Gerard. Dizzy and confused, Temple calls down to the lobby to find that her new husband had to leave, but promises to contact her later.
Temple has lived a quiet life. She raised her younger sister Ivy when their parents died in Zaire during a deadly viral outbreak. Temple herself nearly died, as she caught the virus when she went to rescue her parents.
Temple returns to the perceived safety of her home, but she cant explain the missing chunk of her life, nor the fact that she is suddenly pregnant. Who and where is Michael St. Gerard? A friend suggests Temple seek professional help to get answers, so she turns to corporate security expert Mark Challis. As disturbing facts come to light, Mark feels compelled to accept this bizarre case.
When it comes to developing thrilling tales of romantic suspense, no one does it with more flair than Suzanne Forster. Hold on to your seats, this book is both harrowing and utterly intriguing! (Apr., 352 pp., $6.99)