It's funny how the mind works. Picture this: you're having lunch with your best friend. A few weeks ago, you finished a book that you absolutely LOVED, and you think she'd really like it, too. But now that you have the opportunity to recommend it to her, you find that a few key details (like the book's author and title) have slipped your mind. You can wax rhapsodic about the plot. You can remember the color of the dress the heroine is wearing on the cover, and you remember her name-- Rose. (Or maybe it was Violet? A flower, anyway.) You know she has an eccentric older relation. You sit there wracking your brains, feeling a little embarrassed over your lapse, and assure your friend that you're almost positive the word "Scoundrel" is somewhere in the title... or maybe it was "Scandal"? (If you're a regular romance reader, you're probably laughing in pained sympathy by now.) Anyway, you got the book from the library; you're sure the librarian could help her find it. (Librarian's answer: "Maybe?") Sound familiar? I can assure you, you are NOT alone in this difficulty.