Elizabeth Walker awakens in a mental institution, the aftermath of a nightmare in her veins. All she can think of is saving a little boy—her son. But the orderlies who rush in and jab her with needles assure her she has no son. So does her mother, who demands her doctors keep her calm and prevent her from these troubling delusions. But Elizabeth’s nightmares are so real, and her arms still feel the memory of holding her son. And her instincts tell her to trust no one. Her child is gone. Her memories are gone. Everything is just…gone.
Ex-military medic David Kerrigan will never stop blaming himself for the childhood tragedy that took his younger sister’s life. Working on assignment at the facility, he’s drawn to Elizabeth, and he’s not sure that everything about her case is on the up and up. David knows full well he can’t change the past, but what if he can save this one person? And maybe helping Elizabeth might just save them both…
Praise for GONE:
Intense, heart wrenching, romantic, and so very captivating. 5 Star Reader Review
The heroine's angst over a child everyone assures her doesn't exist is gut wrenching. 5 Star Reader Review
Fell in love with Elizabeth right away and found David's devotion to her to be mesmerizing. 5 Star Reader Review
As we get to know Barb, let me congratulate her on her recent sale to HARLEQUIN INTRIGUE! WaY To Go, Barb!
DONNELL: Welcome to Get Lost in a Story, Barb. I'm reading Gone right now and the blurb only touches the surface about what Elizabeth Walker goes through. So, fess up. Are you this intense in real life?
DONNELL: I think we have something in common. Our boys played/play basketball. Are there a bunch of sports’ nuts running around your house?
DONNELL: What authors have influenced your writing?
DONNELL: What’s the most unusual thing you have in your closet?
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