Publisher:  Wild Rose Press

Published Date: November 23, 2013


Genre: Romance

Source: Received for an honest review

Book Description (from Amazon)

Blamed for the failure of her first mission, Ginny Erickson left the dark and tenuous world of special operations and focused on the one thing that mattered most. Ever since, she’s lived in fear that she could lose it all to the man who turned her world upside down ten years ago.

Tormented with partial amnesia, Max Shannon finds himself reunited with the woman he believes abandoned him when he needed her most. Buckling under the weight of a decade of secrets, Max is forced to fight side-by-side with the one woman he could never forget.


Maximum Memories by Abby Gordon is a page turner of a thriller.  This is an angsty thrill ride into a rabbit hole of epic proportions.  It all seems so easy at first:  terrorist is targeting those who last came after him.  Reunite former lovers and partners to protect them at stop the terrorist.  But, of course, it couldn’t be that simple.  Instead, the longer the story goes on, the more complicated and complex the picture becomes.

Ginny Erickson has a secret, a very big secret.  To protect herself and that secret,  and because she is accused of gross negligence in her last mission, she stops being an operative and becomes an analyst.  When the terrorist she targeted in her last mission comes out of hiding, so do her many, many secrets.  Max has the unfortunate task of protecting his former lover from said terrorist.  When that protection goes south, even more secrets are uncovered, the types of secrets that carry threats and cost lives in the cutthroat business of spy vs. spy.

More thriller than romance, the ultimate question is whose secrets will destroy everything first.  Max can’t remember the last mission but has to piece things back together.  Ginny has to find a way to trust Max and trust others she’s not so certain of anymore.  Everyone wants to catch the terrorist.  Or do they?


Heat Rating:  Hot

REVIEWED BY: Monique Neaves

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