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Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not

The first book in Marliss Melton’s SEAL Team Twelve military romantic suspense series offers a riveting look at the hardships faced by both prisoners of war and the families they leave behind–and what happens when they finally come home.

Helen Renault has started her life over thinking that her Navy SEAL husband Gabe was dead, but when Gabe returns he seems different and more caring, until the memory of the past three years starts to come back to him.

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 pulls the tattered pieces of her and her daughter’s lives back together. Married young and for all the wrong reasons, she’s standing on her own two feet at last-and proud of it. Then comes the biggest shock of all–Gabe returns home. Gone is the distant, secretive husband he once was. This new Gabe is a man she could easily, finally, lose her heart to. But his memory is slowly returning, exposing a trail of government treachery…and jeopardizing his and Helen’s second chance at love.
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Genre: Romance / Fiction / Romance / Military

On Sale: November 15th 2008

Price: $6.99

Page Count: 384

ISBN-13: 9780446550369

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Praise

"Forget Me Not is great... will pull you in and never let you go."—Lisa Jackson, Bestselling author of The Night Before
"A wonderful book, touching all the right heartstrings! I highly recommend it!"—Heather Graham, Author of Dead on the Dance Floor