How Can He Not Remember Her?
Corb Lambert is ready to marry Laurel Sheridan. She’s pregnant with his baby—and Corb is the type of guy who will do the right thing. He just wishes that he could remember the passion they shared before a terrible accident wiped his memory clean. Laurel can’t decide whether to go or stay.
Corb is willing to take on his responsibility, but Laurel can’t bear the thought that he doesn’t remember her, especially since she fell for him, hard. She’s got a life in New York—but her baby deserves a father. Could he love back all over again?
Or is she just staying in Montana to give her child a name? Laurel has to know now, because one person can’t do all the loving….
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