Forget Me Not by Terri Molina is a great suspenseful romance with a hypnotic plot. Casey’s character is interesting because underneath the stoic façade she portrays to the public is a woman still haunted by her mother’s death and father’s subsequent incarceration. Who can blame her for wanting to forget such a past? However, she can’t run forever and she ends up going home to hide from a psychotic stalker out to kill her. Casey’s homecoming gets rather interesting when she meets detective Scott Weller. Although they profess to disliking each other, it is clear there is more to their keen mutual dislike than meets the eyes. Scott is a very perceptive man and quickly realizes Casey is not as tough as she portrays to the world. However, Scott is fine with Casey being tough for the sake of her image as long as he experiences her softer more passionate side when they are together. This is the side he hopes to nurture because he knows he’s fallen in love with her. Unfortunately as much as he loves her, someone hates her and wants to see her dead, but not if he can stop them.
Casey Martinez is a successful writer who has gone to great lengths to shed her painful past. She moved away and changed her name, severing all ties to memories that still leave her with terrible nightmares. Unfortunately someone has not forgotten Casey and has resorted to killing women who bear a startling resemblance to her. The murders are linked to her novels, and the FBI suggests she leave town until they can solve the case. Casey’s decision to return home however, could mean her death because instead of running away from her stalker, she’s going right towards him. Detective Scott Weller is not happy about babysitting some rich writer but Casey turns out to be more than he imagined. Beneath their antagonistic relationship simmers a passion both wrestle with. Scott has worked many big cases but keeping Casey safe has become his most important because she’s not just a case but also the woman who has got this confirmed bachelor thinking about kids and a picket fence.