Recent Release Review- The Unforgettable Hero by Valerie Bowman


Title:  The Unforgettable Hero: A Playful brides Story

The unforgetable Hero

Genre: Historical Romance Novella

Author: Valerie Bowman

Publisher: Swerve, Feb. 2016

Pages: 100

Source: Free for review from the publisher

Rating: 4

Sexy Rating: 5

Description from Amazon.com:

To escape a forced marriage to her loathsome, social-climbing cousin, Cecelia Harcourt banks on selling a romantic novel. But when she’s hit by a coach on the way home from meeting a potential publisher and loses her memory, the accident leads to an encounter with a fascinating man. . . who she’s convinced is the hero of her novel.

Due to his brother’s influence, Lieutenant Adam Hunt finds himself honorably discharged from the army. Adam intends to make his way in the world without the help of a war-hero duke, brother or no. He finds his plans for independence sidetracked by a chance encounter with a lady whose memory has gone. She believes he’s a hero. Can Adam become the man he was meant to be and fill that lofty role?

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This is a funny, amnesia story with heroine Cecilia convinced that Adam is her fiancé and that he is a Duke.  Told to play along with her delusion by the doctor, Adam, his brother (the real duke), and his sister-in-law all do their humorous best to help Cecilia recover her memory.

A quick read, only 100 pages, this was a delightful way to spend an evening curled up by the fire.  Obviously Cecelia had a concussion when she was in the accident so it was a bit odd that she would go out to a ball the following night.  But I’m willing to suspend some disbelief because the story was so delightful.

 

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Filed under Book review, Books, Books Historical Romance, Novella

2 responses to “Recent Release Review- The Unforgettable Hero by Valerie Bowman

  1. In the end I decided just to go along with how unbelievable the whole thing was. It wasn’t supposed to be a serious story, but really, I bet most patients with a serious head injury and amnesia wish theirs was as easy to cure as this heroine’s! 🙂

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