"Cord," she said again. She looked me in the eyes and put one hand on each side of my face. This lady cared about me; you could see it in her eyes. Finally, she bent down and softly kissed me. I mean really kissed me. I couldn't remember being kissed like that, not in a long, long time - and never by a doctor.
I was shocked! I mean, she was a doll. I wasn't going to object to the kiss, but who was she? Why was she in my hospital room? But then, why was I here? I didn't think I'd ever met her before, but anyone who kissed like that, I wanted to get to know a whole lot better.
Cord Calloway is living his dream. He's made it as a minor league baseball player and has found the perfect woman. Everything seems to be going his way. That is until Cord wakes up in the hospital without any memory of the last three months.
Among his personal belongings is a diamond ring with an intriguing inscription: Diamonds Are Forever - Cord. But who did he buy it for? Who is this beautiful doctor who seems to know him so well? And worse yet, why is the pain of breaking up with his last girlfriend so fresh in his memory?
Over the next few months, Cord must overcome his memory loss as he tries to find out which woman he really loves. Was the ring meant for the beautiful and mysterious doctor? Or was it for the spunky, zesty ex-girlfriend who's suddenly changed her life around and wants him back?
With only his heart to rely on, Cord finds that dating is a whole new ball game.
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