First in Caroline Hanson's new quick release trilogy, Forgotten is the story of a young woman who has both everything and nothing.
Rebecca Finner has a great apartment in New York City and a bottomless bank account, doctors who care for her and even a charitable foundation willing to do anything they can to help her get used to her new life.
But she'd give it all up to remember her past.
Waking up from a coma two months ago with severe injuries and blood loss, Rebecca doesn't know who she is or where she came from. Her everyday life consists of school, medical appointments and therapy. The therapy is useless, lots of questions she can’t answer, and all of it prompted by her unseen benefactor who watches her every move and notes her every word.
And then, after therapy one day, she meets Leander Marchant in the elevator and everything changes. He’s handsome, rich, utterly terrifying and he just happens to be the man paying for her.
Who is he to her? Why does he scare the hell out of her? And what will he do to her once she figures out everything she's forgotten?