Amnesia victim forgets husband, falls for cowboy.
Following a minor accident, Julie Stuart awakens to find she has lost her memory. Psychosomatic, the doctors tell her because all she’s forgotten is her marriage and the husband who went with it. James Stuart fell hard for a warm and funny Julie, but the second he slid his ring on her finger, she became the proverbial ice princess, a cold shell of a woman more than willing to warm his bed but in the daytime wanting nothing to do with him. After three years, he’s had enough and files for divorce. When James receives a phone call advising Julie’s been hurt in an accident, the divorce is put on hold as he goes to her side. To his shock, the delightful girl he’d once courted greets him…the cold woman he married is nowhere in sight. Only he doesn’t trust her. So James comes up with a plan…pretend to be someone else, and see what happens. When Julie’s memory returns and the truth comes out, will all be forgiven, or will both walk away?
About the Author:
A lover of history, far off places and empty spaces, former teacher, seasonal park ranger, and Peace Corps Volunteer Doris Rangel has been to plenty of areas where her imagination could run wild. She has always loved to write, but it was writing letters from some of those far off places (yes, back in the day people really did that) that propelled her into giving writing for publication a try. Her credits now include essays, short stories and novels. Fascinated by how much the people of the world have in common, she believes kindness will ultimately overcome meanness, generosity will overcome greed, and, of course, that true love in all its various forms is mankind’s greatest strength. It may take some work, however.