Men of Honor, Book 1
Series, Stand Alone
October 14, 2014
Faith Based Romance with elements of Suspense
Detective Ben Russo is in trouble.
He just can’t remember why.
When a car accident lands Ben in the hospital, he can’t recall anything about his life. What he does know is he’s enchanted by a tiny nurse named Tess, but can’t shake the feeling they’re both in danger.
After being left at the altar, Tess Jansenn moves to a new town and starts over. When her ex-fiancé, Ben, shows up in the ER where she works with no memory of her, she must decide – tell Ben who he is or let him remember on his own.
Can Tess forgive and forget what drove them apart, and when Ben remembers, will the consequences of his choices make it too late for love?
Series: Men Of Honor
Paperback: 294 pages
Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform; 1 edition (October 5, 2014)
Product Dimensions: 8 x 5 x 0.7 inches
Shipping Weight: 13.8 ounces
Lara Van Hulzen received her BA in Journalism from Point Loma Nazarene Universtity in 1994. Her first published article was when she was a senior in high school. She has worked as a book reviewer for the past 18 years with various organizations such as Crossings Doubleday, YouthWorker Journal, and www.radiantlit.com. She lives with her husband and three children in Northern California. Visit Lara's website at, www.laramvanhulzen.com
I really am glad that I try new authors, because Lara Van Hulzen is such an excellent one. Her book Remember Me, book one in the Men of Honor series is incredible.
I totally love books where people lose their memories. This one is really good.
Tess and Ben are sweet characters, but also have much depth in them. Remember is an tremendous love story with great suspense running through.
The ending was very surprising, but satisfying. The characters, scenery and dialogue are brilliant and well worth the time to read. I really can’t wait until Lara’s next book. Highly recommended. You will love it.
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