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Forget Me Not
     

Forget Me Not

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by Karen Cogan
 

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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,

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Forget Me Not 4.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 4 reviews.
loriweller1 More than 1 year ago
Forget Me Not is a book that is hard to put down. You want to finish just one more chapter, and before you know it the book is done. I enjoyed the way the author portrayed the two main characters,Miranda and Paul.She gave them strengths and weakness' and also incorporated faith into the mix. I received this book from the Book Club Network in exchange for my honest opinion.
Robbi44 More than 1 year ago
Miranda, the main character in Forget Me Not, seemed to have it all – a good job as a school secretary as well as being a budding artist on the rise, an almost perfect relationship with a wonderful guy, and a loving family. However, just as in real life, the author presents the story of struggle, unbelief, grief, and shattered dreams that result for everyone involved when tragedy strikes. She weaves the thread of blaming God as well as holding on to faith when it seems there is no silver lining. Throughout this story, as a reader, you will feel the struggles and pain of the characters because Karen Cogan paints a very realistic picture of Huntington’s disease, its effect on the patient, and all of those who love him or her. I recommend this book. I received this free book from Book Club Network in exchange for my honest review.
tmurrell2 More than 1 year ago
Miranda, a school secretary, finds herself falling in love with a coach at the school. Paul is perfect and their relationship is moving quickly towards marriage. So when several disasters things happen it threatens the love they hold dear. Can they both trust God to handle the hurt and sorrow? The story is sweet and has some Christian elements. The plot deals with family illness and death and I felt the author handled these subjects well. The romance was clean and a bit puerile. Based on the actions of the couple, I felt the book was more YA than adult. But overall it was a sweet story. I received this book free of charge from Book Club Network in exchange for my honest review.
Grammarsnob More than 1 year ago
Wonderful, wonderful wonderful work.