Title: FABRIC OF NIGHT
Series: not applicable
Author: Jade C. Jamison
Publish Date: 06.24.11
Publisher: Jade C. Jamison
Category /Genre: Contemporary Romance
Recommended for: 18+ due to sexual content
Received from: Jade C. Jamison in exchange for an honest review
Date completed: 08.10.14
Goodreads link: Fabric of Night
Description from the publisher:
Her past will haunt her until she can remember it.
Teri Conover emerges from a river late at night with amnesia. She doesn’t know how she got there, and she can’t even remember her name or her past. She’s taken in by an elderly couple and feels drawn to a good-looking stranger named Bryan, but when she returns to her old life, she finds she is already engaged to another man. Teri must choose between the two men and race against time to discover what caused her amnesia. Most important, though, she must grapple with a past that she’d just as soon forget.
Warning: Not for the faint of heart! This book contains explicit sex and naughty language. Proceed with caution...if you dare.
Teri’s first memory is pulling herself from the river and walking through a storm. Luckily, she is taken in by an older couple as the storm rages for several days. During that time, she also meets one of their neighbors who has also been caught out in the storm and found that the road home has been washed out. In close quarters, the four become fast friends, but always Teri’s amnesia blocks conversation as it blocks her memories. When the rains halt and there is no need to look for Noah or his boat, Alex and Charise Burger take “Violet” to the police station. There she finds out that she has family planning for her memorial service! She has to learn who she was before, what were her duties at work, and what kind of person she was. Now she has to remember how she ended up in the river before her history can repeat itself.
In reading this, I could feel Teri/Violet’s fear, concern, lust, trepidation, and appall. For a while, I was Teri/Violet and dealing with amnesia, hostile co-workers, and confusing relationships. What I really loved about Teri/Violet was her refusal to back down and her determination to make her new life a better one than what she had before.
I am in love with Jade C. Jamison’s style of writing. Even without a rock star in the story, she finds the inner rock star in her characters. She is able to write strong women who are still feminine and sweet men who are not wussified (yes, it is so a word!). I would never miss a book created by Ms. Jamison.
Grammar/editing: A – near perfect
Other Books from Jade C. Jamison:
- Then Kiss Me
- Stating His Case
- Fabric of Night
- Worst Mother
- Old House
- Finger Bang
- Substitute Boyfriend
- Punctured, Bruised, and Barely Tattooed
- Rock Bottom
- Fully Automatic
- Christmas Stalkings
- Slash & Burn (not yet released)
Nicki Sosebee Series:
- Got the Life
- No Place to Hide
- Right Now
- One More Time
- Innocent Bystander
- Lies (coming soon)
Tangled Web Series:
- Tangled Web: A Steamy Heavy Metal Novella
- Everything But
- Seal All Exits
- (not yet titled)
- Be Careful What You Wish For
- Secret Wishes (not yet released)
- Carnal Wishes (not yet released)
- Dangerous Wishes (not yet released)
originally posted 08.18.14 on my previous website
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