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The Forgotten Child Paperback – December 31, 2011
What Reviewers are saying:
*****Best Yet! 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....Mimi Barbour, Author of The Vicarage Bench Series
***** A story of courage, hope and healing... Collette Scott, Author of If We Dare to Dream
***** Page Turner!! ...I was hooked from the first page to the last. Excellent!! ...Louise Jolly, Bookaholic
****... a tale of triumph over love over greed and selfishness. Loved it! Corinne Rodrigues-Goodreads
I didn't expect I'd fall for the four main characters as hard as I did, but The Forgotten Child is an amazing book, not just for a romance fan like myself, but for single parents who may or may not have a child with autism. It left me with a smile on my face but a small ache in my heart for all the Emily's and Brad's out there...~Reviewer Adria
From the Author
The Forgotten Child is the first book in The Outsider Series and introduces the oldest brother of The Friessen clan. In the upcoming books you will meet all the family, Jed, Neil, Andy, and of course Brad's parents Rodney and Becky. Next in the series, is short story following, The Forgotten Child, A Baby And A Wedding (Brad & Emily's Wedding). --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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#2 problem for me which contributed to why I didn't finish the book is the lack of story and character development. Several times claims were made that the "hero" was a jerk, yet the reader meets him the same time as the narrator and the narrator fails to explain how he is a jerk. The narrator has an embarrassing scene with a purse tipping out, yet there was no explanation why she was messing with her purse to begin with. The author may as well have added "Then Emily jumped on an elephant and it threw her off" because they equally make the same amount of sense for what one had to do with the scene. It was situations such as this that had me cringing page after page.
It was on sale when I bought it, and I still want my money back. However, I have a colleague who doesn't pay attention to little details like I do and she enjoyed it. So some will enjoy this book, but most assuredly not me.
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