by Kathie DeNosky

January 2004
ISBN: 0-373-76559-2
Reviewer Graphic Button Silhouette #1559
Mass Market Paperback

Natalie Perez is a woman who doesnít know who she is or why she came to Royal, Texas. She just knows that she has to get there no matter what. Get there she does, but canít tell anyone her name or who she is looking for. The business card for the Texas Cattlemenís Club is the only thing they can find on her person. Natalie also has a newborn baby to protect and keep safe.

Travis is finally back in Texas after a long journey on another case. He only wants a few things: a beer, shower and sleep for 24 hours. Well, as the saying goes, two out of three isnít bad. The 24 hours of sleep never comes. As soon as he and another member land in Royal, they have a meeting about a new case. The only problem is Travis doesnít want a new case after being away for two months. That is until he sees who the new case brings, Natalie and Autumn. To say Travis is floored is an understatement as he has thought of Natalie all these months since his job in Chicago, but never bothered to call her. Now she is there with their child, a child he didnít know about.

What will happen when Natalie is able to remember who she is and why she is running? Can Travis keep Natalie and Autumn safe from those who want to hurt them? Can the feelings and love that had been there before a misunderstanding be there again? Can Travis and Natalie breach the pass that has separated them for all this time? Can Natalie forgive Travis for not telling her the truth about himself and why he was in Chicago and what he does for a living?

Kathie DeNosky has once again brought us a story of love, love that is strong enough that spans time and distance. The story has danger, intrigue, mystery and of course love, not only blooming again between Travis and Natalie but between a few secondary characters as well. Remembering One Wild Night is the third in the Texas Cattlemanís Club series. I will definitely be on the lookout for the other five books about these cattlemen who live for justice.

Reviewed in December 2003 by Pam.

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