Bush weaves a creative and mysterious tale with a number of twists, including a surprise ending, which will leave readers smiling. The romance is deep and
satisfying, and the mystery intriguing.

Gemma LaPorte wakes up in a hospital room with no memory of the past couple of days and very shady memories of her past. Detective Will Tanninger thinks she's responsible for a fatal hit and run, and as Gemma puts the pieces of her past together, it begins to look more and more like she's guilty.

To find out one way or the other if she's guilty of this crime and subsequent murders, she must put her trust in Will, even if he doubts her innocence. (ZEBRA, Apr., 384 pp., $6.99)
Reviewed by: 
Annette Elton