Heart surgeon, Jordon Carpenter has been told by a CIA agent that a woman is going to murder him because he's on her physician hit list. When a close call makes it clear that the agent is right, Jordon decides to take action and pursue the woman known as Angel Face. When he catches up with suspect Angela Lowe, it appears that years of her memories have been erased although, bit by bit, they're starting to return. As they do, things begin to heat up between Angela and Jordon. After all, this is romantic suspense.
So, the question is, what would you do with a plot about a woman who might be a serial killer, but she just can't remember? The idea could have been taken in a number of more plausible directions than author Suzanne Forster chose for this novel, however, she did a good job of portraying main characters as neither all evil or all good. They definitely fall into a murky gray area and spiral down into animalistic survival mode which kept me turning the pages. This was the first Forster novel I've read and I've heard this isn't her best work. Would I read another book by Suzanne Forster? Sure, but not right away and not when there are so many authors I've yet to read.