It's release day for DISTANT MEMORY!

Did you ever have one of those dreams that comes back...every night?

That is Hollie Musgrave's plight in DISTANT MEMORY.

Dreams have always fascinated me. In fact, the dream that Hollie Musgrave experiences in DISTANT MEMORY stems from a dream I had repeatedly during my childhood...always of the same farmhouse, yet no one in the family could identify the place that I described.

It wasn't a nightmare. It wasn't scary. But, let's talk about nightmares. Do you get nightmares after watching a scary movie? I'm not sure that I do. It's when I'm trying to go to sleep after a scary movie that I have the toughest time. I hear every little sound in the house and, just like my dog, believe each sound to be a demon from the Hellmouth coming to get me.

Fortunately, there are no demons or Hellmouths in DISTANT MEMORY. There are dreams, there is suspense, and there is an awesome guy. That is why I love writing romantic suspense!


Whose life does Hollie Musgrave recall? Is it even her own?

Dreams of a house Hollie has never been to plague her. They haunted her since childhood when her mother used to joke about reincarnation. Now, as an adult, the dreams have returned. Desperate for relief she seeks out a hypnotist to pry any clues from her latent memories. One notion leads her to a farmhouse hundreds of miles away.

Todd Hewitt bought the farmhouse in Pennsylvania in search of seclusion after the drama of the past three years. When a woman shows up on his doorstep he assumes she is just another reporter looking for an interview, however, her tale is too absurd to be a hoax.

Together they try to piece together her missing past.

And someone has been anticipating that.

Someone has been waiting for Hollie to remember.

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