Nancy Review of Forgetting The Enemy

Forgetting the Enemy

By: Amy Cecil

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐

Michael Vitali, head of the Vitali crime organization is charismatic, handsome and strong-willed. He’ll do whatever it takes to get what he wants and right now the only thing he wants is Zaira Bonita, the eldest daughter of the Vitali’s most rivaled family.

At one time, Michael and Zaira were very close. But, a tragedy caused false accusations and the families were torn apart.

Years later the families come together to eliminate a common enemy. It was a carefully and well thought out hit.

But not everything goes as planned.

At her engagement party, Zaira watches while her father and fiancée are murdered. She frantically tries to get away, but falls and hits her head. She awakes and finds herself with an awful headache and no memory caught up in a world that she is vaguely familiar. Her only guide – Michael Vitali.

Michael has Zaira right where he wants her and will do anything to keep her. He will even resort to manipulation and deceit. He knows there is a chance that when she does remember she won’t be able to forgive him, but he’s willing to risk his heart – for her

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My take on this book:

This book was nothing like I have read from Amy.  But she rocked it.  You will connect with Michael and Zaira.  And in true Amy fashion she will leave you wanting more.  Do not miss this book.

Till the next book ~ Nancy

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