The Husband She Couldn't Forget by Carmen Green
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Melanie Wysh wasn't one to wallow in heartbreak. So when her husband served her with divorce papers with no warning and disappeared, she took a new job in a new state. And met a new man--her therapy client Rolland Jones. Rolland was new in more ways than one: after a car accident, he required extensive reconstructive surgery and it had left him with no memory.

It was up to Melanie to rebuild this brave, beautiful man's mind. And soon Rolland was rebuilding her heart. Melanie knew these familiar feelings of love were forbidden for a client. Yet Rolland was the second chance she was looking for--in ways that would shock her to her very soul....


About Carmen Green

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National bestselling author Carmen Green was born in Buffalo, New York, and had plans to study law before becoming a published author. While raising her three children, she wrote her first book on legal pads and transcribed it onto a computer on weekends before selling her first novel in 1993. Since that time she has sold more than twenty-six novels and novellas, and is proud that one of her books was made into a TV movie in 2001--where she had a cameo role. In addition to writing full-time, Carmen is a mom of four and a full-time student completing her masters degree in creative writing. She teaches writing at a local community school one evening a week and she's a founding member of the Femme Fantastik Tour, a group that tours military bases promoting their literary works throughout the United States and Europe. In her spare time Carmen likes live music concerts, gardening, vacations in quiet tropical places and long cruises that don't require her to do anything but read, sleep and eat. Her first novel for Harlequin Kimani is the May 2008 release This Time for Good. You can contact Carmen at
Published August 18, 2009 by Silhouette Special Edition. 224 pages
Genres: Romance, Literature & Fiction. Fiction

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