Creating Memories (The Sword of Glastonbury #6)

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Storm's memory has been viciously purged by a blow from a bandit's cudgel. She has a completely blank slate, a fresh start on life. Yet doubts plague her. Was she a bandit herself? A helpless captive? When her memory returns, if it returns, would she betray those she had come to care for?

Falcon, her rescuer, finds his suspicions slowly gentled, his heart entranced by the compassionate woman in his care. Jessica, the haughty contender determined to be by his side, is less forgiving. Jealous of any rival, Jessica is eager to find proof that Storm is intimately linked to the wolves heads.

When the threat of attack looms, the question of Storm's trustworthiness billow and swirl. Storm desperately struggles to prove to Falcon that she is worthy of his unconditional faith - and of his eternal love.

Lisa has written 12 medieval novels. Each is a standalone story and can be read in any order. Each has its own flavor and atmosphere - each is set in a different part of England and showcases the natural beauty of its region. Creating Memories is set in Norfolk, in southeastern England. The cover photo shows that beautiful landscape. All of Lisa's books are teen-friendly with no graphic violence or intimacy.

Creating Memories is an intense tale of trust, betrayal, and how we perceive ourselves, in the tradition of The Bourne Identity.

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