Who is she?
She knows only that she was found injured and unconscious on a rugged stretch of Oregon coast. Now she’s in a hospital with a shaved head, a cast on her leg, no identification, and her memory and identity hidden in an unreachable pit in her mind.
But someone knows who she is! After considerable publicity, a warm and caring older woman, Lenore Lennox, shows up and identifies her. She’s Kat Cavanaugh, New York model, who disappeared from her deceased parents’ isolated home in northern California several months ago.
Relieved to know who she is, Kat returns home with Mrs. L. and tries to regain her health and memory, and make decisions about her future. Her leg heals and her hair grows, and she finds herself very much attracted to Jace Foster, manager of a nearby Christian school for boys.
But even though her past is only a shadowy flicker in her mind, ugly strands of that other life reach out to entangle her present. She was not, she realizes a nice person in that life. There’s a hostile past with Jace, vengeful ex-roommates, professional clashes – and a fiancé she can’t remember.
There’s also someone from her past who is determined there will be no future for her.
About the author
Lorena McCourtney is a long-time resident of Southern Oregon and enjoys using Oregon settings in her books. She wrote numerous short stories for children before moving on to romances and now to mysteries, often with a bit of humor. She won the American Christian Fiction Writer’s Mystery “Book of the Year” and twice won the Daphne Du Maurier Award of Excellence.