rating: 4 of 5 stars
This book is sort of a sequel to Once More With Feeling. A young idealistic nun wannabe is hit on the head with a shovel by a juvenile delinquint with whom she was working. She recovers physically, but mentally she has no memory of who she was, what she did, what she liked, who she liked etc. The nuns take her home to the center where she had lived before the attack and nurse her back to health. She hates everything about the life--the prayers, the garden, the teens. The temporary editor of the local paper comes in to do a story and the attraction is there. He is the love interest of the TV reporter from Once More with Feeling. He has pulled away from life in the fast lane to try to discover what he really wants out of life. As the two of them work out their lives, complications arise. The most obvious is that she is pregnant, and has no idea who the father is. I enjoyed the book seeing her resolve the "who am I" question.
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