Book Reviews of Who's Been Sleeping in Her Bed? (Try To Remember) (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 1020)

Who's Been Sleeping in Her Bed? (Try To Remember) (Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 1020)
Who's Been Sleeping in Her Bed - Try To Remember - Silhouette Intimate Moments, No 1020
Author: Pamela Dalton
ISBN-13: 9780373270903
ISBN-10: 0373270909
Publication Date: 7/1/2000
Pages: 256
Rating:
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Publisher: Silhouette
Book Type: Paperback
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Cattle breeder Mitch Reeves was handsome, protective, electrifying - everything a woman could want in a husband. So why couldn't Katerina Reeves remember she'd married him?

When a near-fatal blow knocked his detective wife unconscious, Mitch thought he'd lost his Katie forever. She regained her health, except that her memory was missing pieces, important pieces - such as the man she'd vowed to love, honor and cherish. But there was another problem. Besides trying to convince his wife they were lawfully wed, Mitch has a secret - how could he tell the woman he wanted by his side forever that the last word she'd said to him was "divorce"?
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Cattle breeder Mitch Reeves was handsome, protective, electrifying-everything a woman could want in a husband. So why couldn't Katerina Reeves remember she'd married him?

When a near-fatal blow knocks his detective wife unconcious, Mitch thought he'd lost his Katie forever. She regained her health, except that her memory was missing pieces, important pieces-such as the man she'd vowed to love, honor and cherish. But there was another problem. Besides trying to convince his wife they were lawfully wed, Mitch had a secret-how could he tell the woman he wanted by his side forever that the last word she'd said to him was "divorce"?