What an interesting concept for the book! I don’t know what I would do if I was placed in Charlotte’s shoes and not be able to remember pieces of my past. I found it interesting that what Charlotte learned in training stayed with her without her knowing that the training had existed. Almost seems like a deja vu-type feeling. An engrossing story for the beach!
Charlotte Dodd is having a very bad day.
After taking an experimental drug to erase her memories of saving the world (or at least the country – several times) Charlotte is given a new life – a quiet, unassuming job, a second chance at love with Luke, and no one trying to kill her.
Two years later and with no recollection of saving the world, she steps in to help a random stranger and is amazed at the ease in which she dispatches her opponents using a rolled-up magazine. But how is that possible? She has Buffy-like fight moves, fires a gun with deadly accuracy and can use the air from car tires to keep breathing underwater.
When she meets Ham – why is he so familiar? The flashes, the déjà vu, the dreams – they’re not really dreams? Blowing up a building in Mexico, being buried alive – those things really happened to her? And what is her brother doing flying a plane? Turns out those two years of quiet with Luke was really an undercover mission to help bring down a secret organization targeting her family.
Charlotte needs to remember her secret life if she wants to save the world again and the only man she’s ever loved.
About Holly Kerr
Holly Kerr writes chick lit, rom-com and women’s fiction – books about strong women going after what they want. Her Charlotte Dodd series lets her live out her fantasies of being an action hero.