Tag: amnesia

Harlequin Presents: The Unforgettable Husband by Michelle Reid

Harlequin Presents: The Unforgettable Husband by Michelle ReidAmnesia is my favorite Harlequin Presents trope. It’s like a reset button of sorts; it can enable relationships to start over and turn total jerks into fine upstanding citizens and sweethearts. This particular story, however, uses amnesia as a pause button. Neither of the two leads change very much and once the afflicted recovers her... Read More »

Review: Tempestuous Reunion by Lynne Graham

Review: Tempestuous Reunion by Lynne GrahamI love vintage Mills and Boon, especially ones featuring a winsome, as-delicate-as-spun-sugar, wide-eyed ingenue being chased and seduced by a barely civilized, steely-eyed Neanderthal in a Saville Row suit in London… or Toronto. There‚Äôs just so much gooey, cheesy, melodramatic nonsense going on that you can almost bite into the crazy pie and come back... Read More »