Book teasers: False Memory, by Meli Raine

There are books that fit firmly into their assigned genre, and then there are books that fit firmly into their assigned genre. False Memory, by Meli Raine, is definitely one of the latter.

The book is tagged as a suspense, and, based on its summary and today’s teasers, it easily earns its place in the genre. I’m sure you’ll agree as soon as you take a look.

Before you do, though, stop by Meli’s rafflecopter, where she’s giving away a $25 gyft.com gift card.

Okay, ready to check out False Memory?

The cover of False Memory, by Meli Raine
A teaser for False Memory, by Meli Raine
A teaser for False Memory, by Meli Raine
A teaser for False Memory, by Meli Raine

About False Memory

It all started with the bereavement flowers with my name on them.

Not the best way to wake up, right? I work in a flower shop. I know a funeral arrangement when I see one.

I know a killer when I see one, too. And one is standing in my hospital room right now, straight behind the man who saved my life.

I can’t tell anyone the truth, because that’s the fastest way to really die. So I do the next best thing. I “lose” my memory. 

I fake my amnesia.

Pretending not to remember a brutal attempted murder has its perks. The killer is backing down, spending less time around me, loosening the noose.

The less I claim to recall, the more my rescuer, Duff, works to help me “remember.” I hate lying to him.

But he doesn’t understand that my memory is dangerous. To me. And to him.

Fooling everyone isn’t easy. It’s the hardest thing I’ve ever done.

Except it’s starting to look like I’ve been fooling myself.

In more ways than one.

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About Meli Raine

Meli Raine

Meli Raine writes romantic suspense with hot bikers, intense undercover DEA agents, bad boys turned good, and Special Ops heroes — and the women who love them. Meli rode her first motorcycle when she was five years old, but she played in the ocean long before that. She lives in New England with her family.

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