THE girl who forgot
From New York Times bestselling author Lisa Renee Jones, comes an edgy psychological thriller with a twist that will leave you reeling...
Amanda Reynolds is about to get married. Life seems good until a mystery gift complete with a red bow appears on the doorstep of her and her fiancé, Mark's new home, addressed to Mark, and Mark alone. To her shock Mark disappears behind closed doors to open it, and later calls it a bad joke from a groomsman. He then refuses to tell her what is inside the box, or even which groomsman sent the gift, because he claims the joke is that bad. The secret is disconcerting, as is Mark's unusual behavior that follows. Amanda begins to fear her soon-to-be husband isn’t as in love with her as she thought.
Meanwhile, ex-Austin police detective turned FBI agent, Samantha Jazz, takes a break to attend a combination bachelorette-bachelor party at the historic Stanley Hotel in Estes Park, Colorado. Everything about the trip is relatively painless except for the clumsy bride spilling a drink on her, the awkward moment a friend of the groom hits on her, and when she talks too much about the various killers she’s hunted. And then of course, the moment she’s woken up in the early dawn to pounding on her door and a call to duty.
One member of the wedding party is dead, and another is missing, only to be found later, naked, covered in blood, and with no memory of what happened. She soon realizes nothing is what it seems.
Now Sam must figure out the puzzle. What really happened in that hotel room? And why does everyone seem to have a secret to hide?