While Lucky may be a small, laid-back town, it doesn’t mean that nothing horrible ever happens. So when Sheriff Logan returns to his cabin and sees a highly bruised woman at the end of a long, awful day, he goes into overdrive. Anxious to care and protect her, he doesn’t follow protocol, especially when she has no memory of how she got so bruised or how she got to his cabin.
While Doni, as they come to call her, suffers from night terrors and relies heavily on Logan, she is a strong woman. And Logan has come to care for her deeply in a short amount of time, even if it is highly irregular. The two share a strong connection. But the person that did this to her is still out there and they need to find out who it is.
Escaping Memories had its moments of intense suspense, mingled Doni’s sweetness and her connection to Logan. I really liked Logan’s family and even though he was only trying to protect his sister, I thoroughly disliked Doni’s brother and the extremes he took his overbearing attitude. Siegrist did a great job with her characters and storyline, and while her books can be read as standalones, I’m excited for the next book in the series.