Monday, December 13, 2010

Review: Forget Me Not by Karen Cogan

Forget Me Not by Karen Cogan

Publisher: White Rose Publishing
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 1



School secretary, Miranda Wilkins is thrilled when Paul Green walks into her life. The handsome gym coach is everything she wants in a man--except for one problem. He's stopped trusting in a loving God.

As she attempts to persuade Paul to trust, her own faith is tested. Her mother is gradually becoming mentally and physically incapacitated by a mysterious illness, and her father and sister are suffering from a strain that threatens to tear the family apart.

Will Miranda have the strength to be a witness to Paul, or will her tribulations and his anger at God cause him to drift from her?

Clare's Review

Miranda is captivated by Paul the first time he walks into the office and it doesn’t take long before she finds out he feels the same way. Her mother’s illness overshadows the relationship, threatening not only them, but Paul’s shaky faith. In Forget Me Not, Ms Cogan has written a powerful story of love, fear and faith. Set in a beautiful backdrop of fantastic scenery with characters that remain alive after the last page is turned, this is a story that will hold your attention to the end and leave you wanting more.

4 Tea Cups!

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