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- File Size: 2238 KB
- Print Length: 256 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Craig Place Books (23 Nov. 2013)
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B004FV58U2
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 3 customer reviews
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #233,789 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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My Heart Remembers (Wyoming Wildflowers, Book 4) Kindle Edition
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Eight years may have passed, but Lisa Currick recognizes the voice and the man speaking them instantly, when she hears him say, "You cut your hair". Fortunately, she has her back to him, which gives her time to recover long enough to turn around to face him. Her plan to pretend she doesn't know him falters immediately when he simply says, "Hello, Lisa", and she looks into the face of Detective Shane Garrison, a ghost she has not been able to banish.
Shane Garrison has a reputation for being a detective who solves his cases down to and including the smallest detail. But there is one case he's never been able to completely put an end to. He's never found the emerald and diamond necklace Alex White stole. Before accepting a position with the District Attorney, Shane wriggles an agreement out of his new boss to give him two months to close this case, and heads for Wyoming to find the woman his mind cannot erase - Lisa Currick, the sprite who made him feel alive eight years ago. It's a beautiful woman he sees today though, and one with a hostile look. How will he ever convince her to help him?
Patricia McLinn doesn't waste a single word in this third story of the Wyoming Wildflower series. MY HEART REMEMBERS is a perfect title for this book, as memories return to both Lisa and Shane. Focus is almost totally on the lead characters, but family members with stories in the prequels are present to give advice, and help Lisa recognize hidden fears and hurts that she's buried. Ms. McLinn tells a little of the life of a policeman and the need to have an anchor for balance. Shane discovers what he's really looking for as he spends time with Lisa and tries to restore her sprightly personality. He's a man who doesn't understand what `N' - `O' means and he constantly reminds her he doesn't give up. MY HEART REMEMBERS has no fluff; it's a story of emotion and sensuality that also features strong family bonds. I read this in one sitting and enjoyed it so much that now I've got to try to find the first two prequels in the series.
Carol Carter, as written for Romance Reviews Today
Patricia Mclinn bring real depth to her characters as she creates a story of two people who were truly meant for each other! The third book of her Wyoming Wildflower series is every bit as lovely as her first two, Almost a Bride and Match Made in Wyoming.
After all these years on the force, only one outstanding case still haunts Shane. Before he accepts his newest job offer, Shane intends to locate the missing necklace Alex absconded with. Certainly, Shane had gotten a conviction, but even after eight years he wants to know where the necklace went. At least that's his justification when he walks back into Lisa's life. His entrance into her life results in unexpectedly confronting a cold woman that distances herself from everyone rather than the joyful, spirited, artistic Lisa of his memory. Her life is so busy with work and school that Lisa doesn't have time for people. Shane intuitively knows, however, that somewhere behind those carefully constructed walls still exists the woman who identified with the Bur-Marigold, because "they got around, and brighten up everywhere they went." He intends to bring that woman back.
Once again Patricia McLinn pens a touching romance in MY HEART REMEMBERS. The third installment of the Wyoming Wildflowers miniseries, the tie between heroine and flower seems quite appropriate. Hardly survivors who only need the slightest nurturing, both marigolds and this heroine grow despite less than ideal conditions. But with a little nurturing and sunlight, they blossom into remarkable beauties. Lisa's tentative blossoming echoes Shane's growth as well, as he moves beyond reticence into self-honesty regarding his motivations and emotions. A compelling, poignant read, MY HEART REMEMBERS comes highly recommended.
I would highly recommend this book.