One steamy afternoon when the setting sun bled the raging Red Thunder River red, Texas sheriff Chance Conover forgot who he was. A trauma from 15 years ago resurfaced in his mind, creating muddy images of murder that stirred whirlpools of horror. Worst of all, Chance couldn't remember the beautiful woman who claimed to be his wife Taryn Conover. Traveling back up the river to confront his past and the danger that surely awaited him was the only way this lawman knew to protect the woman who loved him and his unborn child. But would Taryn's kisses help him remember the life he'd lost in time to save the
one he'd found?
Ah, Red Thunder River, what an enemy.
The introduction of Ellen Paxton, Kyle and Kent Makepeace and their buddy Garth sets the stage for life's complications.
Fifteen years later we meet Chance Conover and his wife, Taryn of seven years. Ten years ago she suffered the suspense of her mother's murder. Chance happened on scene to help her. After three years of courtship they marry and now seven years later she wants to start a family? I don't see much strength and trust in this lady.
The tale of Chance's memory lose and his backtracking of his life holds one in suspense. Loved the conflict between Angus Conover and Nola Barnes.
Carter Paxton was bound to have his revenge for what happened to his daughter Ellen. [the dummy was looking in the wrong direction.]
Dr. Benton and Doug Talberg left me wondering just where and how they fit in.
Joely Brahms, Ashbrooks' town librarian, has many answers but was set up by the resident evil.
Chance was beset by blankness and confusion while trying to piece his past back together. He was afraid that his search would endanger Taryn but he couldn't shake her.
You live the tension and suspense as the story unfolds and enjoy the ending.
HIGHLY RECOMMENDED - this will be a keeper for the bookshelf to be enjoyed again in the future.
Vera (noranik) - reviewed Remembering Red Thunder (Flesh and Blood, Bk 1) (Harlequin Intrigue, No 653) on
(Flesh & Blood series) One steamy afternoon when the setting sun bled the raging Red Thunder River red, Texas sheriff Chance Conover forgot who he was. A trauma from fifteen years ago resurfaced in his mind, creating muddy images of murder that stirred whirlpools of horror. Worst of all, Chance couldn't remember the beautiful woman who claimed to be his wife - Taryn Conover.