Winter's Edge - Safe Haven, No 12 Author:Anne Stuart After a car wreck, Molly Winters awakened with amnesia and to terrifying news. She'd been traveling with an unidentified man who'd died in the crash, and now she was being released into the custody of Patrick Winters, a dark stranger with cool blue eyes to whom she was apparently married and from whom she was obviously estranged. Molly c... more »ouldn't remember Patrick -- only the emotions of loving and wanting him. But as she recovered at Winter's Edge, the estate she was told was home, someone tried to kill her. On the fatal night that had robbed her of her memory, had she been fleeing her husband -- or racing toward his embrace?« less
When Molly Winters wakes up in a hospital after a terrible car accident she doesn't remember who she is or how she got there. Worse, when she is told that the man in the car with her was murdered and she is being turned over to her estranged husband's custody, she doesn't remember him.
Patrick reluctantly allows his wife to come back after her car accident. After she supposedly ran away with another man (one of her many lovers) all he wants is for a quick divorce. Unfortunately, he can't get rid of his feelings for her.
Molly doesn't remember what she did to be hated so much, only that she wants to find out what and get on with her life. Unfortunately, someone is trying to kill her and she doesn't know who.
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Nothing is as it appears in this romantic suspense. The heroine Molly, who suffers from amnesia, tries to discover why she was running away from her husband and her seemingly perfect life. She knows that she was found in a car wreck, a murdered man beside her in the passenger seat, and that she is afraid of leaving the hospital to return home. Why does her husband Patrick hate her? Why do her relatives believe her capable of murder and theft? Why does her best friend plot to destroy her marriage? Molly can depend on no one but herself to figure out why someone is trying to kill her now that she has returned home. Each character is suspect as the reader, along with Molly, tries to piece together the mystery of Molly's connection with the dead man. Anne Stuart excels at romantic suspense.
After a car wreck, Molly Winters awakened with amnesia--to terrifying news. She was being released into the custody of Patrick Winters, to whom she was apparently married, and from whom she was obviously estranged.
Molly couldn't remember Patrick--only the emotions of loving and wanting him. But as she was recovering, someone tried to kill her. On the fatal night that had robbed her of her memory, had she been fleeing her husband--or racing toward his embrace?
Another excellent book by Anne Stuart involving a young woman name Molly Winters with amnesia and a dark stranger with cool blue eyes who claims to be her husband plus someone with intentions of ending Molly's life.