Spotlight on Love Lies Bleeding by Jess McConkey

Book blurb: Samantha Moore was the golden girl with the perfect job, the perfect life, the perfect man. Until a random act of violence left her unconscious for two months. But the Sam who awakens from a coma is far different from the woman she once was. This new Sam is bitter and in terrible pain, forced to endure a diet of medications that make her sick, forgetful, paranoid, and struggling to hold a firm grasp on reality.

When her family sends her to a quiet town to recover, Sam is furious that they’ve put her under a physical therapist’s care and taken away what little freedom she had. Enraged, she lashes out at the nice people who say they are there to help her and that her outbursts are just the byproduct of her condition. Or are they? As strange things begin to happen, it becomes clear that Sam’s fears may not all be in her head, and that the friendly inhabitants of her new town are far more secretive – and deadly – than they appear to be…

14 thoughts on “Spotlight on Love Lies Bleeding by Jess McConkey

  1. I’ve had my eye on this one for a bit. Sounds good, although I agree with Stacy, lots of memory books these days. Isn’t it funny how these things come in waves?


  2. I agree that there do seem to be a lot of books out about memory loss and the struggle to regain memory, but I am still caught up in the enticement of books like this, so I will probably be giving this one a try. Great mini- synopsis on this one. Thanks for sharing it!


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