For a Hilbert space $H$, the Riesz representation theorem states that $H$ is isomorphic to its dual $H^*$ via $x \mapsto \langle x, -\rangle$.

It is often stated in the literature that this does not work in full generality for a Hilbert module over a $C^*$ algebra. For example, attempts to define the adjoint of a morphism between Hilbert modules run into the lack of such a representation theorem. To avoid this, we insist that a morphism between Hilbert modules admit an adjoint.

Is there a simple counterexample to Riesz representability for Hilbert modules?

To be more precise, take $E$ an Hilbert module over $A$ and $\phi : E \to A$ being $A$ linear. The question is on the existence of an $x$ in $E$ such that $\phi = \langle x, - \rangle$.