|Plot Summary of Unforgettable|
Suffering loss of memory, Camilla Lloyd, is rescued by a stranger--a secret agent-- whom she falls in love with while not knowing who she is. She becomes a witness to a murder and must escape the killer. She helps the agent solve the gun-running case. When her memory returns, she does not go back to her boyfriend who cheated on her.
This synopsis report prepared by jack P. jones
UNFORGETTABLE BY FERN SMITH-BROWN ISBN: 0-9666721-6-X $21.95 GoldenIsle Pub.2395 Hawkinsville Hwy., Eastman, GA 31023 In the storm riddled night, Camilla flees to the rocky coast of Maine after her fiance has been unfaithful. Her car stalls, and she starts up a winding lane when she hears hoofbeats. Thunder billows like a drum roll, lightning rips across the sky, a branch falls and strikes Camilla. She hears the sounds of radio static and a voice demanding, "Galileo, are you there?" Fate has plunged Camilla Lloyd into a world unlike her affluent background. Amid gypsies, ruthless double agents, and a derelict castle, handsome Dak Brewster and the amnesic woman he calls Goldilocks are propelled into the arms of danger. Though she knows he harbors a secret, she is drawn to him while striving to recover her memory in the comforting security of the castle walls and moon drenched courtyard. Once her memory returns, can she say goodbye to Dak? Could she walk out of his life and back into her old one. UNFORGETTABLE is a charming blend of intrigue and humor, each woven together into a tale of timeless love.
This synopsis report prepared by Fern Smith-Brown
|Chapter Analysis of Unforgettable|
Ratings are on a 1-10 scale (Low to High)
Time/era of story
- 2000+ (Present Day)
- investigating theft/fraud
Main Male Character
- government investigator
- Very naive/shy - Doesn't know where to put weiner
Main Female Character
- business executive
- swimming on
Small town people:
- hostile, like Gomer Pyle on steroids
Accounts of torture and death?
- moderately detailed references to deaths
What % of story is romance related?
Focus of story
- equally on him and her
How much dialog
- roughly even amounts of descript and dialog
Note: the views expressed here are only those of the reviewer(s).
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