Bibliophile Chloe

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All that’s forgotten isn’t always gone…

Washed Away by RC Boldt is now live!

USA TODAY bestselling author RC Boldt brings us a sizzling romance chock-full of intrigue and deceit in this brand new romantic suspense…

All that’s forgotten isn’t always gone…

I’m at death’s doorstep when my body washes up on shore in Panama.

My memory is a blank slate. I can’t even remember my name. I don’t know who shot me and left me for dead–or why.

Patient and kind, the lone doctor there mends my body while offering me refuge.

But as tiny flashbacks of my past occur, I wonder if there’s anyone I can trust.

It’s up to me to discover whether I’m in danger or a danger to others. Whether I’ve actually found love or if it’s all been a lie.

I need answers to find out who I really am.

If only I could remember…

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RC Boldt is a USA Today bestselling author currently living in part of the Costa Rican jungle with the love of her life and her mini-me.

If you’re in the mood for some killer mojitos or can’t recall the lyrics to a particular 80s song, she’s your girl.

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My Review...

What a riveting new story by the incredible mind and writing talent of R.C. Boldt.

This is the story of a woman washing up on a foreign shore with absolutely no memory of who she is.

This story will take you on a total mind trip, with some bold and smexy times along the way. This is about reinventing yourself. 

Dr. Liam King is an enigma; he is an island, he lives alone and prefers it this way. Until a woman arrives broken on his shore, and he learns what it means to love.

I love how Ms. Boldt wrote this story, the flow, and the interspersing of hints of the past. This story is fraught with mystery and intrigue that will keep you guessing until the very end. The hints and innuendos are lovely little teasers that bring even more to the story.  I found myself going back and re-reading pages and chapters to see if I missed anything, and that is something I rarely do.

This story had me immersed in the author’s world, and I didn’t want to put this down until the very end—definitely one of my best reads of 2021.

As a side note, I am hoping that a particular secondary character gets his own story.  I would love to read it!

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