The Girl with the Make-Believe Husband by Julia Quinn
My rating: 4 of 5 stars
When Cecilia Harcourt is notified that her brother is missing in the Colonies, she has no choice but to go and find him. When she arrives Cecilia finds that getting information from the battlefield worn soldiers is not exactly her forte. When she finds that her brother's best friend is in the hospital unconscious she is desperate to help him, even if she has to lie in the process. The only way to see him is if she is family so without many other choices Cecilia tells everyone she is his wife.
When Edward Rokesby wakes up he is missing a couple months of his life. To top it all off, he cannot remember getting married, especially to his best friend's sister who he has secretly been pining over. As the two embark on a quest to find the missing Thomas Harcourt they find themselves getting closer.
I have to admit I am a sucker for amnesia stories! I really enjoyed this one, it was a little slow in the plot but the witty characters made up for it and I loved the relationship development between Cecilia and Edward.
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