by Kelli Owen
Annalise Timmins is found battered and beaten in the bathroom of a quiet roadside rest area without her car, her identification, or her memory. To her horror, she quickly learns that more than her memory is missing.
Doctors and loved ones alike try to fill in the blanks for her, but she finds it impossible to believe their stories. Wouldn’t she remember these people? Wouldn’t she remember her family?
As she tries to piece together the life they claim she has, she suddenly finds herself questioning which is worse: to forget… or to remember?
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