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REVIEW | The Billionaire’s Forgotten Fiancee by Nadia Lee

1800x2700srTitle: The Billionaire’s Forgotten Fiancee
Author: Nadia Lee
Series: The Pryce Family #4
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date: May 16th 2015

The last thing wedding photographer Ginger Maxwell wants to do is face her high school sweetheart, who shattered her world when he disappeared after proposing. But when his powerful family wants her to bring him home or suffer utter financial ruin, she has no choice.

Amnesia left billionaire adventurer Shane Pryce with no memory of the golden beauty who claims to be his fiancée, but her gentle soul pulls at his heart. Together they create new memories to replace the ones that drove him away…but will those be enough when Shane finally remembers everything?


4,5 STARS!!!

The Forgotten Fiancée had me on edge all the way through the book. Ginger and Shane had loved each other from when they were in school then one day, Ginger comes home and finds all of Shane’s things thrown throughout the condo, like he was in a hurry to leave. Ginger was devastated and thinks Shane has left her. Months past and Dane flies Ginger to where Shane is and is reluctant to see him. Shane has strong feeling for Ginger but cannot figure why he has them. If only he could remember. Ginger starts on the journey of trying to stay away from Shane but finds out her heart has other plans. Shane wants to be with Ginger and he hates that he cannot remember anything. Shane struggles with remembering the past and with trying to figure out his relationship with Ginger, his forgotten Fiancée. The story has twist and turns and has surprises though out the story.


TEASERS {sorry for the mistake in spelling fiancee}


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3247259Bilingual former management consultant Nadia Lee has lived in four different countries and enjoyed many adventures and excellent food around the globe. In the last eight years, she has kissed stingrays, got bitten by a shark, ridden an elephant and petted tigers.

She shares an apartment overlooking a river and palm trees in Japan with her husband, winter white hamsters and an ever-widening pile of books. When she’s not writing, she can be found digging through old Asian historical texts or planning another trip.



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