Forget Me Not - Fern Michaels

Forget Me Not

By Fern Michaels

  • Release Date: 2014-03-25
  • Genre: Fiction & Literature
  • Size: 1.33 MB
Score: 4
4
From 147 Ratings

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Description

Letting Go Of The Past

With a popular comic strip, card line, and children's cartoon to her name, Lucy Brighton should be in a happy place. But the ache of a cold, lonely childhood lingers on. Even though she still lives in the New Jersey house where she grew up, Lucy has had little contact with her parents since they moved to Florida five years ago.

Finding Joy In The Present

Then Lucy receives a call that her parents have been killed in a car crash. While settling their affairs in Florida, Lucy begins to realize how little she really knew about their lives. She has no way to explain the mysterious safe in their bedroom, with its cache of fake passports, cash, and weapons. What secrets were the Brightons keeping? Were they even who they claimed to be? The answers will shatter everything she once believed about her parents--and about herself.

Praise for Fern Michaels and her novels

"Tirelessly inventive and entertaining." --Booklist on Up Close and Personal

"Fast-moving. . .entertaining. . .a roller-coaster ride of serendipitous fun." --Publishers Weekly on Mr. and Miss Anonymous

"Heartbreaking, suspenseful, and tender." --Booklist on Return to Sender

"A knockout story." --Publishers Weekly on Dear Emily

Reviews

  • 2 thumbs up

    5
    By Labs96
    I could not put this book down
  • Good read

    4
    By sunkim9
    Easy to read. Storyline a little too easily resolved.
  • Worst book ever

    1
    By Sunshine2759
    I paid $1.99 for this and want my money back. "Golly, gee, Lucy, good thing we found a man to save us!" Felt like it was written as a fantasy book in the 50ies. Completely ridiculous in story line and characters. Don't let the sample fool you, it goes down hill from there.

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