Publisher: Musa Publishing
Publication Date: January 1, 2015
Origins: From Publisher for Review
Synopsis: If she remembers the past, they won't have a future.
Gwen Fairfax awakens in a hospital, deluged by stabbing head pain and unable to remember anything about her past, especially the man who claims to be her fiancé. A trip to the Wiccan Haus is her only hope to discover the woman she used to be, her mysterious dreams about a resort, and the man who’s supposedly the love of her life.
Tucker Wilde is willing to do anything to stop his stepmother’s land development schemes from ruining the natural habitat he’s dedicated his life to preserving. But he never expects he’ll have to go so far as to pretend to be engaged to the woman his brother left at the altar. He knows better than to trust anyone in cahoots with his stepmother. But he feels an overwhelming need to protect the sweet, vulnerable woman who has no one to turn to but him. Soon, he’s losing sight of the fact that the engagement isn’t real.
Gwen tempts him at every turn, hoping physical contact between them will jog her memory. If she never remembers the past, Tucker begins to believe they could make a life together. But if the Wiccan Haus delivers on healing her memory, it will destroy any hope for their future.
Review: LOVING THE AMNESIA BRIDE is the 13th book in the Wiccan Haus series. Gwen Fairfax was at the altar with the man she thought she wanted to spend the rest of her life with. When he ran out on her, she was injured to the point where she has retrograde amnesia and doesn’t remember having a fiancé. A trip to the Wiccan Haus is arranged for her and her fiancé’s brother, Tucker, (who Gwen was told is her fiancé) so Gwen can heal. However, it’s not only Gwen who needs healing. LOVING THE AMNESIA BRIDE is a beautiful story of the healing power of love. I liked the new characters of Gwen and Tucker and, of course, seeing our ‘old friends’ from the Wiccan Haus. LOVING THE AMNESIA BRIDE is one of the few of the Wiccan Haus books where both main characters are human and I think it made for a lovely addition to the series.