THE REDEMPTION OF MICAH
Book two in a three-book series continues where The Education of Madeline left off. While amnesia has been done before, Williamson gives it a different twist. The characters are both flawed human beings, but they're wonderfully endearing. The fast-paced story touches the heart.
For three years, Eppie has been in a coma and Micah has cared for her. When she wakes, she doesn't remember Micah or anything about their time together, not even the child they have. Eppie is confused; while her body seems to remember Micah, her mind does not.
When their daughter Miracle is kidnapped, Eppie finds a strength inside
of herself that she didn't know she possessed. Will that strength be enough for them to begin their life together again?
(BRAVA, Jul., 352 pp., $14.00)