A BABY BETWEEN THEM
Rating: 3 Cups
In the end, Simon Task really had no other option. He finally had to give up on a relationship he thought might be the one, but he was given little choice.
When Eleanor Baxter woke up in a hospital, it was with no recollection of anything besides her own name, and even that was supplied by her driver’s license. She felt lost, confused, and obligated to believe what anyone told her.
Simon really had no intention of driving by Ella’s house that night, but a short cut is a short cut, and his cop’s instincts flare to life when he sees every light in her house on. Something is definitely up, and Simon begins his own personal manhunt, but catching up with her creates more questions than it answers. He soon learns that Ella has a past that he knows nothing about, and helping her could cost him his career, but the one thing he does know is that they have a growing bond between them, one which he will not ever relinquish.
There are no greater mysteries than those of the heart, but when is enough, enough? You really feel for Simon’s predicament, in how he completely loves and cherishes Ella, but must fight for every little crumb of information about her past. However, with Ella and her memory loss, you never really get that connection. She seems almost a peripheral character much of the time, and their quest is just one more mystery that Simon must solve.
Reviewer for Coffee Time Romance & More