Forget Me Not by Vicki Hinze is suspenseful, fast-moving read. I have been seeing this one around a lot lately and am lucky enough to have received a copy from Waterbrook/Multnomah Press as part of this book's blog tour.
At the book's beginning a mysterious woman is attacked. When she awakens she no longer remembers who she is or where she is from, yet amazingly, retains her faith in God. As she tries to determine her identity, she becomes aware of how much she looks like Susan Brandt, a wife and mother who was murdered. As Karen (as she decides to call herself) meets Susan's grieving husband, she can't help but be attracted to him, yet because of his wife's death he has lost his faith in God. And, to make matters more confusing, someone is out to murder Karen.
This book has a lot going on between the plot to kill Karen and the romance between Karen and Benjamin Brandt. I will admit to being confused a time or two as I tried to piece together how different people were connected and the motives for wanting to Karen dead. All in all, though, this book is quite fast-paced with a lot of intrigue, and well worth the time.
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