A lonely woman’s façade as a successful bank president begins to unravel, revealing an old trauma that has ripped memories out of her life.
It’s called dissociative amnesia. As despair overwhelms her and bankruptcy looms, Avery Victoria Spencer must face an old tragedy or suffer the humiliating consequences of her vicious need to spend more than she earns.
Her forgotten husband, Scottish lowlander George Robert Logan returns, knowing that he can no longer live without Avery, even though he can’t forget what she can’t remember.
Logan’s return triggers Avery’s first fantastical dream—a dream that could unravel the source of Avery’s financial problem, which has nothing to do with money. Is she willing to remember who she really is?
A quest for many modern women, The Woman Who Forgot Who She Was is the author’s intimate five-book series of stories that brought her to an authentic life. Welcome to Book One.
From the uniquely historic city of Waukesha, Wisconsin comes a story of facing loneliness, forgotten love, and the courage to transcend a troubled past.
Dissolving Her Despair
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