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FROM ROMANCE JUNKIES - I
don't normally read books that do not involve the supernatural but this
was an amazing story line. THE FORGOTTEN CHILD focuses on not just the
love one can find in a partner but also their child. As a mother, this
was something that captured my attention from the beginning.Brad
has such passion when it comes to his son that you can't help but fall
for him. The persistence of both Brad and Emily showed true love of a
child, both biological and not. I fell in love with the characters as
well as their story. Lorhainne Eckhart proved herself yet again by
pulling you in with a heartfelt story and keeping your attention with
the passion that fills the pages. This is by far one of the best books I
Lorhainne Eckhart is a new author to me, but she is
definitely going on my list of authors' books to lookout for because she
turned my world and emotions upside with this compelling, realistic
story of heartache and unconditional love between a man and a woman, a
man and his son, and a woman and a little boy who she quickly grows to
love.... ~BlackRaven's Reviews~
From the Author
The Forgotten Child is the first book in The Outsider Series, the beginning
of this romantic family saga of the Friessen men and the women they love. The Forgotten Child is a love story between
the oldest of the Friessen brother's Brad and a woman he hires to take care of his
Other Series you may enjoy: THE OUTSIDER SERIES: An Emotionally charged romance
series beginning with the Amazon Bestseller, The Forgotten Child. THE FRIESSENS: A NEW BEGINNING: The return of The
Friessen men and the women they love in this emotionally charged FamilySaga
which follows THE OUTSIDER SERIES. THE WILDE BROTHERS: Come and meet the Wilde
Brothers of Idaho. Joe, Logan, Ben, Samuel, and Jake. You'll love the western
flair and hot men and strong women in this romantic family saga. THE SAVED SERIES is a hot military suspense with a love story set
in a military setting. "This was a hard book to put down! A tough captain
of a war ship finds a pregnant young girl in a dinghy alone in the ocean!"
- Audrey "The story that unfolds after Abby is rescued is
a story of love and how it can change even the toughest man." From Crazy fast
reader WALK THE RIGHT ROAD SERIES:"The Choice will leave you questioning your own morals and
motivations and leave you asking others what they would do in that same
situation. This is a genre-bending novel that will surprise you" from JRA. "Rarely have I spent time reading a series that
had me feeling every thought and emotion." From Mary Ellen COMING in 2015 from THE WILDE BROTHERS:
Traded (Jake) Unforgiven (Samuel) And new from THE FRIESSENS in 2015
New York Times & USA Today bestselling author Lorhainne Eckhart's books have been described as Longmire meets old-school Dallas, and she recently received the 2013 Readers' Favorite Award for Romantic Suspense for her title Lost and Found. With over thirty five titles under her belt, her big family romance series have become a fan favorite. She is frequently a Top 100 bestselling author in multiple genres, such as romance, western, military and mystery/suspense. She has written multiple series, including The Outsider, Walk the Right Road, The Wilde Brothers, Saved, The Friessens, and her two newest additions, Married in Montana, and her high-stakes suspense and sizzling, red-hot romance series, Kate and Walker, Deadly, Dangerous and Desired.
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The book was good but I would have liked it better if the author had spent more time exploring the autistic child's world, their future as a family and how they were going to blend the child's "normal" in with their daily lives. Too much of the book was taken up with getting rid of the current wife. I guess as I grow older I find the graphic sexual content in these type of books distracting from the heart of the story - the child and autism was the draw for me and I was disappointed that was secondary to the love story. The title rang true in that the child was forgotten to a certain extent in exchange for the drama with the wife.The Forgotten Child
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The Forgotten Child is a book full of emotional intensity that carries the reader into Emily's world where she is fed up with her no-good husband and decides the time has come to make a long-needed change. She takes her daughter Katy and hires on as housekeeper, nanny and cook for Brad who is a rancher and a father to an autistic son. It takes Emily some time to make Brad aware that the problems with his son are medical ones and that he needs special care and attention. Just as Emily settles into her position in the house and into a budding romantic role with her boss, his runaway wife returns and upsets the whole apple cart. Poor Emily is ousted and humiliated until Brad sees what's really going on and takes steps to straighten out the mess in his life. Until the end, a lot of heartache and trauma happen that force the reader to keep turning the pages.
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I won this from Library Thing. It was a nice quick story, very well written and very realistic when it came to accepting an autistic child. I read this story in two evenings. There is everything from romance, love, anger, hurt, and everything in between in this story. Beware there is some sexual content. I would recommend this story for those who like a quick romance story.
Very accurate title for this book. There was very little in the way of focusing on Trevor's autism and the supposed therapy for him. The book was more about an ill-tempered man who went from raging to having sex in a millisecond. The story was disjointed at times. For example, Emily was a klutzy, jumpy woman around Brad and in the next paragraph she's letting him rip her clothes off. Huh? No segue at all. The author says the book has been proofread and edited, but it definitely needs another proofing. This could have been a very sweet story if the author had stuck with the original intended story (based on my interpretation from the title and synopsis) and toned down the gratuitous sex.
I have a grandson with autism. It was painful reading that the woman "helping" the child with autism was sitting him in front of the tv all the time...and that she did the same thing with her daughter. I could relate to the tantrums and humming coming from the boy, but if you're going to write about a child with autism, you should know fully what a day in their lives is truly like. The story was supposedly written about "The Forgotten Child" but the entire story mostly forgot about the children and focused mainly on the man and woman.
What an amazingly in-depth look at a terrifying disorder weaved into a love story that at times wrenched my heart and at others had me shouting aloud my joy. When hesitant Emily finally decides that she has had enough of her crumbling marriage to Bob, she takes matters into her own hands and finds the strength to move on. With her two-year-old daughter, Katy, Emily moves in to become caregiver to three-year-old Trevor in the sprawling ranch owned by the ultra-sexy and brooding Brad. Brad, a man haunted by a terrible betrayal, finds it difficult to trust, and his bitterness is made even harder to face for Emily, who fast realizes that all is not what it seems with Trevor. But Emily persists, and she is just beginning to make headway with both Trevor and Brad when Crystal, Brad's estranged wife, suddenly appears on the scene again. Torn between her love for her child and her love for the family she has cared for, Emily chooses to back down. As Brad battles his demons, Emily continues to move forward, and both discover just how powerful love can be in this heartwarming and dramatic tale.
This is a great story of strength and healing. Ms. Eckhart did a fantastic job in weaving in the emotions all parents feel when they find their child is not like everyone else's. Her characters were human, with their faults and fears, and yet they find the strength and courage to overcome it all and learn to trust and hope. I highly recommend this story.
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This book was so full of grammatical errors, punctuation errors and nonsense prose that I could not believe it was written by an adult, much less edited and proofread! Every page was so full of glaring errors and obvious mistakes (incomplete sentences, fragments, contradictions etc.) that I found it a chore to read, even before the overdone and completely pointless profanity finally caused me to close the book in disgust.
Perhaps the author should look up the definition to the word "integrity" as well. I do not think it means what she thinks it means.
The story itself was based on an interesting idea, but the execution of it was just incredibly substandard. Unless you enjoy puzzling through senseless phrases, shallow plots, unlikable characters, offensive language and ideas and tired cliches, don't waste your dollar.