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Forget Me Not (Navy SEALs Team Twelve, Bk 1)
Forget Me Not - Navy SEALs Team Twelve, Bk 1
Author: Marliss Melton
A HERO'S NIGHTMARE — Gabe Renault doesn't know why he was in a prison camp.  He has no memory of the past three years or of the Navy SEAL mission that went wrong.  Only two things kept him going:  thoughts of his wife and the certainty that he must escape.   — A SUDDEN HOMECOMING — After Gabe is presumed dead, Helen Rena...  more »
ISBN-13: 9780446614825
ISBN-10: 0446614823
Publication Date: 12/2004
Pages: 384
  • Currently 4/5 Stars.

4 stars, based on 205 ratings
Publisher: Warner Forever
Book Type: Paperback
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robinmy avatar reviewed Forget Me Not (Navy SEALs Team Twelve, Bk 1) on + 1960 more book reviews
Helen Renault is shocked when her presumed dead husband is found alive. One year ago, Gabe was on a mission in North Korea that went terribly wrong. Now he has returned home with no memory of the last three years, including Helen and his step-daughter, Mallory. Helen is glad he is alive, but is not ready to resume their troubled marriage. She soon realizes that Gabe has changed drastically. He is no longer secretive and emotionally distant. He treats her daughter like his own and actually listens to Helen's concerns. With his memory slowly returning, Helen worries Gabe might become the same man he was before his disappearance. Gabe worries that not regaining his memory of the night he disappeared will endanger his family.

This was an interesting beginning to Marliss Melton's Team Twelve Navy Seals series. This book is about Gabe and Helen getting to know each other again, and not making the same mistakes they made in their marriage the first time around. Helen seems very cool and distant, but I could understand her not wanting to jump back into the relationship only to be hurt again. There is some suspense throughout the story, but most of the action takes place in the last few chapters. My rating: 4 Stars.
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I read Forget Me Not in a about a day. I'm not a huge fan of any type of romance book, but I couldn't put this one down. I'll definitely be reading the rest of the series.
reviewed Forget Me Not (Navy SEALs Team Twelve, Bk 1) on + 68 more book reviews
This was the first in a series. I read one of the other ones first though and it really didn't matter the order in which they were read it was easy to keep track. These were a series of romantic intrigue stories that I thoroughtly enjoyed. I have now read them all and none were disappointing. The characters were interesting and I really cared what happened to them. These are mid-romantic,. not too explicit but not too bland either.


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