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Her Stolen Past by Amanda Stevens
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Her Stolen Past

by Amanda Stevens

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from abxc 11/11 meetup; Beth Young is the town librarian, and plays piano in the evenings at Clint's B&B. But she doesn't know who she really is. Clint's son Keegan tries to match make, but that just serves to trigger some glimpses of danger in Beth's mind - the only things that she's been able to remember after her accident & assuming her roommate's granddaughter's identity. Is she safe, or is someone really trying to kill her for something? ( )
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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0373612621, Mass Market Paperback)

Welcome to Twin Oaks -- the new B and B in Cooper's Corner. Some come for pleasure, others for passion -- and one to set things straight . . .

Check-in: Librarian Beth Young was so quiet, she simply blended in to the town of Cooper's Corner. But Clint Cooper, co-owner of Twin Oaks, couldn't help but notice her as she played piano each evening at the B and B. Her music was haunting . . . and to Clint, so was her beauty. But Beth didn't dare act on the attraction she felt for Clint.

Checkout:Beth wasn't really a mild, retiring librarian -- she wasn't even Beth Young. In fact, she had no memory of who she was. But she sensed she was hiding out from a terrible danger, and risking Clint's love meant risking his life . . .

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