One Woman by Eva Marie Paulliere

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A smartly written book with good tension. The story is written in first person present tense, which was a very wise choice for a main character who has amnesia.
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In a book that only an independent dare write, Paulliere's departure from her tongue-in-cheek romances delivers a dramatic experience that crosses genres and invites us into the world of the unexpected.
Paul’s memories begin from when he wakes up in his parents’ home in his ex-girlfriend Cassandra's care. Though he can’t remember her, he falls for Cassandra once more while she keeps him at arm’s length. He can’t conceive of why he’d ever let Cassandra go. Neither can she. He never told her why he left.
As Paul strives to regain his memories and win Cassandra’s heart once more, complications set in. His mother dies. He’s stalked by criminals. Another ex-girlfriend arrives on the scene. A nurse in a psychiatric hospital plays a mysterious role in the events that unfold.
Haunting visions hold the key to to a secret only one woman can reveal.
This book contains explicit sexual content and is intended for mature readers.
 

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Published November 10, 2013 by Electromagnetic Publishing Services. 155 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction, Science Fiction & Fantasy. Fiction
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A smartly written book with good tension. The story is written in first person present tense, which was a very wise choice for a main character who has amnesia.

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