Synopses & Reviews
When she washes up with no memory of who she is, the last thing she imagined was that she'd end up living with her rescuer - a famous movie star - and his adorable puppy. But someone out there knows her real identity and the more she remembers of her past, the more her new life, and love, are in danger...
Perfect for fans of Nora Roberts, heartwarming romantic suspense, and dog lovers everywhere
When no one comes forward to claim her, the now named Jane Smith finds herself suddenly living in a dream house with Logan Steel, the elusive movie star who saved her - but it isn't the fairy tale the world thinks it is.
After his last few movies bombed due to his wildly reported bad behavior and messy love life, Logan is having a hell of a time trying to stay at the top. His handlers give him an ultimatum: no more scandal and absolutely no more women. So, the last thing he needs is another one to muddy the waters, but she reminds him of the one person in his life he has loved, and if he doesn't help Jane, no one else will.
Against his team's wishes, Logan takes Jane into his home, but from there, things only get messier. In a bid to make him more likable to the public again, his publicist has given him a puppy for all those candid photoshoots she'll be setting up, but Logan can barely cope with the dog - how on earth is he supposed to look after Jane too, without getting too close?
When an unfortunate incident threatens Logan's very livelihood, the only way to fix the damage is by contracting Jane as his new girlfriend. In the whirlwind of staged dates and events that follow, despite Jane not knowing who she is, she starts falling for him. But can Logan really love an ordinary woman? And who is the sinister man who haunts her dreams?
Just when it seems they might survive their differences, Jane's past comes crashing into their lives, threatening to kill their happily ever after.
Heat level: a hint of steam - nothing graphic.
This book also covers billionaire and rags-to-riches themes and contains a few scenes with violence, though nothing gratuitous.
This is a standalone book with no cliffhangers, though you'll get the best experience by reading the series in order.