Series: Coffee Creek Montana (Book 1)
How Can He Not Remember Her?
Corb Lambert is ready to marry Laurel Sheridan. She's pregnant with his
baby-- and Corb is the type of guy who will do the right thing. He just
wishes that he could remember the passion they shared before a terrible
accident wiped his memory clean.
Laurel can't decide whether to go or stay. Corb is willing to take on
his responsibility, but Laurel can't bear the thought that he doesn't
remember her, especially since she fell for him, hard. She's got a life
in New York-but her baby deserves a father. Could he love her all over
again? Or is he just staying in Montana to give her child a name? Laurel
has to know now, because one person can't do all the loving....
Good book. Laurel can't believe that Corb can't remember anything about their time together. Now she's pregnant and Corb wants to marry her. Laurel is still in love with him, but he hasn't said anything to her about love. I really liked Laurel. I loved her closeness with her friend. She came to town to be with her friend Winnie as she prepared to marry Corb's brother Brock. When Brock was killed and Corb hurt in an accident on their wedding day, Laurel stayed to help Winnie. She says yes to Corb's proposal knowing that she is in love with him but not sure about his feelings. He appears to care but has never said anything. But as the wedding gets closer she starts to have doubts especially when he never seems to stand up to his mother on her behalf. Corb is attracted to Laurel and when he finds out about the baby he has no trouble asking her to marry him. There is something about her that just feels right to him. He is trying very hard to remember the past and their time together to the point where he forgets to pay attention to his current feelings. He also feels guilty about surviving the crash when his brother didn't and goes overboard in giving in to his mother's every request. I did not like the way he didn't put Laurel first. I was glad to see him finally come through in the end. I'm looking forward to the rest of the series to see how things work out with the other stories. I don't like Olive's attitude toward Winnie and Laurel and I really want someone to call her on it. I expect that there is more to the story between Olive and her sister than Olive said, and I don't think it is all Maggie's fault. I also want to know more about Jackson who I suspect is in love with Winnie.