Monday, July 04, 2011

Book Review: Blank Slate by Heather Justesen

When Adrianna Mueller wakes up in the hospital after a bus accident, she knows that something's not right. It's more than just her aches and bruises -she honestly can't remember who she is. Her brother, her sister-in-law, and her fiance do their best to help her regain her memories, but as she's released from the hospital into their care, she still doesn't remember who they are.

Gavin, her brother's business partner, never liked her much. Yet after her accident, he finds himself getting along with her really well, and, in fact, starts developing feelings for her. Maybe amnesia isn't so bad if it leads to true love ... but the more time that passes, the more they all start to realize that there's more going on than just amnesia.

Blank Slate is Heather Justesen's third published novel and contains the elements we all want in a good read - engaging characters, twists and turns, emotional conflict, and best of all, a romance that continues on long past the last page.

This novel is available in paperback, for Kindle, and on Smashwords. And, from right now until the end of July, if you go to Smashwords and use code WV49Z, you can get the book for $1.49.

FTC: I received a free copy of this novel for review, but that does not influence my opinion. Nor does the fact that Heather is in my critique group and I've seen the story grow up from infancy. Nor does the fact that I feel like this novel's proud aunt. Nor does the fact that Heather makes me delicious cake.

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