REVIEW: The Husband She’d Never Met by Barbara Hannay

Posted January 1st, 2016 by in Blog, Harlequin Mills&Boon, Review, Romance / 2 comments

The Husband She’d Never Met by Barbara Hannay: Sometimes grief The-Husband-She’d-Never-Metmakes us do things that we normally wouldn’t dream of and sometimes it’s the dreams that bring us back to reality.

Carrie and Max Kincaid had had a wonderful marriage for two and a half years. Then all of a sudden something changed. Max couldn’t put his finger on it but he knew it had to do with her last trip to Sydney. Then one day she was gone, not too much longer there was a phone call and Carrie was in the hospital and couldn’t remember anything. Would this accident give them a chance to rekindle their romance that was once so strong? Or when Carrie’s memory came back would they be back on the outskirts again?

Ms. Hannay has provided her readers with a quick amnesia read in this novel. It’s well written and has several plot twists that do leave the reader questioning and wanting to continue reading to figure out the ending. There is also a side story that both complicates and intrigues as well. Carrie and Max are well written and easy to like while being given some very real downfalls and flaws.

The Husband She’d Never Met by Barbara Hannay is an emotional read with very little heat and some relatable romance.
 

Book Info:

03.5SPublication: January 5th 2016 | Harlequin Romance |

Waking up with amnesia!

Waking up from a riding accident, Carrie Kincaid’s world is turned upside down when she can’t remember the man in front of her—her husband! He sets her heart racing, but every memory with tycoon Max is a blur.

For Max, this is a last chance to save their marriage. Until her memory returns, he will re-create the moments that shaped their romance, one magical date at a time! It’s a race against time to help her rediscover all the reasons why they fell in love in the first place…

 

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