At the Edge of Her Memory 1
When Ryanne wakes up in the hospital, she couldn't remember who she is. A hypnosis session reveals she has the identity in her memory of a psychotic killer who preys on young women. In all the confusion is the physical attraction between her and handsome Garrett Hamilton, the doctor who takes care of her. Will the fire in their embrace help her remember the face of the killer who is killing still? More
From the Publisher that brought you popular short story series Witching Call, Hostile Hearts, Earthbound Angels, The January Morrison Files Psychic Series, Ralph's Gift, Song of Teeth, Children of Time, Chains of Darkness, Song of Teeth, Tropical Storms and Friend Zone...
Who is she, and who is the murderer in her dreams?
Lost in Her Memory Is the Face of a Killer
When Ryanne wakes up in the hospital, she can't remember who she is. But something feels more wrong than the amnesia. Who is she? And why can't the authorities find her family?
In all the confusion, Dr. Garett Hamilton is there to make sure she will be all right. The physical attraction is felt immediately, so strong that they don't even try to fight it. In the fire of their embrace, Ryanne helps create the kind of memories that will last a lifetime... until her past threatens to catch up with her.
A hypnosis session reveals she has the identity in her memory of a psychotic killer who is hunting, raping and killing young women. And she has to do everything she can to remember the face behind the mask before he strikes again.
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READER ADVISORY: This story contains content that some readers may find objectionable, including sex and erotic themes.
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“Well Ryanne, how does it sound when I say your name to you?”
“It sounds wonderful, but the name still doesn't feel like it's mine.”
She says it without even thinking, surprised that she let it slip out like that. The doctor blushes and looks away, pretending to be busy unpacking a box of spring rolls.
“I'm sorry,” she says. “I know you're my doctor and you have to maintain a professional distance, but it's hard for me being here. I don't know anyone, and you've been so kind and caring. It's more than that though, I just really feel like you're important to me somehow and with me knowing so little about myself, it feels like something real to hold on to. I don't mean to make you uncomfortable.”
“It's not that,” he replies, looking up from his food to meet her gaze. “Ever since they brought you into the E.R., I've felt drawn to you. At first I thought it was just your case and the circumstances. I knew you were all alone, and that we hadn't been able to find any friends or family for you, and I didn't want you to feel forgotten.”
He reaches out and takes her hand, squeezing it like he did when he comforted her in this bed the first time she woke.
“Now, I know it's something more,” he continues. “I can't stop thinking about you, Ryanne.”
She squeezes his hand in return and pulls him towards her. It's a risk starting anything here in the hospital, but she doesn't know when she'll get better, or how she fits into the unknown killer's world, and right now she just needs some real human comfort.
Garret rises in from his seat and pushes her food table off to the side. Sitting on the edge of her bed, he leans in and kisses her softly. Reaching up to brush a lock of hair from her face, he smiles and says “I've been wanting to do that since I first saw you.”
“I'm glad you finally did.”
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