In Lisa Jackson's If She Only Knew, the first installment in the San Francisco romantic suspense series, this thriller would leave you at the edge of your seat, breathless. It all started with Marla Cahill's car accident, which left her in a coma. When she woke up, her family were nothing but strangers to her, while she had no memory of anything. Not even in the crash. Back in her family home, she recovers and starts to recover her memories, leaving her in peril for her health and safety. Somehow she was drawn to her brother-in-law and more distant to her husband. Meanwhile, someone killed people to get to her, all for a blood thirst for her family money. In the end, when she discovered the truth of the crash, she knew who she really was and how she needed to get out, before it was too late to discover her true identity. Is she really Marla Cahill or somebody else?
This romantic suspense would leave you hanging at every page and your spine tingle. I loved the dual locations of California and Oregon for the picturesque scenery in the settings and locations. I cared for "Marla" and her plight, while they was a growing attraction between her and Nick. I didn't like Alex and the whole sick plot I can' t give away until the end. This would chill the marrow of your bones and leave you numb all over, head to toe. This has non-stop action, drama, suspense, and plenty of romance from start to finish.
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