Jane has come a long way from the dark days of the horrific car accident that robbed her of many memories. Living the life of a shopgirl with a charming boyfriend—a handsome, green-eyed doctor named Derek—is so satisfying that she doesn’t want to revisit her past.
But the past insists on revisiting Jane. People keep thinking she’s Samantha, a dead girl who looks exactly like her. Now, Jane is determined to discover her connection to the girl, leading her to question everything from her relationship with Derek to her own sanity. Should she believe Rory, the man who insists she actually is Samantha? Or should she depend on Derek, who offers her love and shelter …. but who may have other reasons for keeping her under wraps?
Who is telling her the truth—and what are the others hiding?
I grew up on the North Coast of Vancouver Island, in Port McNeill. These are Canadian places in case you are lost or confused.
I think being from a small town gives a person a little advantage when it comes to the imagination. You need one or you go mad from boredom...
I am happily married with two girls, and living in the arctic.
I feel like according to my age I am meant to be responsible and adult-like, but it isn't going well at all. I would still head off to Hogwarts tomorrow and I suspect there isn't a single wardrobe I haven't crept into, hoping to find the door to Narnia.
Thankfully, I am an international bestseller so I have wormed my way into the "Quirky" or Eccentric" category.
Thank God for that.
I am represented by Natalie Lakosil from the Bradford Literary Agency and published traditionally with Montlake Romance.