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Warner, Dec 2004, 5.99, 384 pp.
While in North Korea on a mission to steal four SAMs, a SEALS teammate attacks Gabe Renault, leaving him to die. Gabe's only regret is not telling his wife Helen that he loves her. That thought and seeing his teenage stepdaughter Mallory keeps Gave alive in a North Korean prison.
One year later Gabe escapes and comes home with partial amnesia of the last few years including not recognizing his wife. He vows to be a good husband, but Helen does not want him back as the SEALS always came middle and last with Gabe. As he heals and danger mounts from those who fear her will recover his memory and point out who assaulted him and left one SAM behind, Gabe campaigns to be all he can be to his wife and stepchild as he loves both and knows they kept him alive during his ordeal.
This romantic suspense for the most part concentrates on the relationship between Gabe and his two women especially his spouse.
The review of this Book prepared by Harriet Klausner