Forgotten No More

Forgotten No More

by Christina McKnight

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BN ID: 2940150584334
Publisher: La Loma Elite Publishing
Publication date: 11/11/2014
Series: A Lady Forsaken , #2
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 366
Sales rank: 241,318
File size: 2 MB

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USA Today Bestselling Author Christina McKnight writes emotionally intricate Regency Romance with strong women and maverick heroes.

Christina enjoys a quiet life in Northern California with her family, her wine, and lots of coffee. Oh, and her books...don't forget her books! Most days she can be found writing, reading, or traveling the great state of California.

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Forgotten No More 3.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 19 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Well, at least it was a full story. I did not understand why anyone thought that this was a story. It was just not quite... The relationships were confusing an unrealistic. Their interactions were fraught with fantastic imagination. If you need to waste some time, you could do worse. Just do not expect too much!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have always wondered if there was nothing but 'Ton' in these regency novels. Here is the story of Ruby, an ordinary but spectacularly pretty woman and Harold, soon of a vicar and exceedingly handsome
mathphilosopher More than 1 year ago
Christina McKnight’s “Forgotten No More” is the second book in her historical romance series, A Lady Forsaken. This is the story of Viola’s friend, Ruby, who played a role in the first book. Ruby is well-written and you understand her quest to figure out her history. The leading man, Harold, has loved Ruby since they were kids. You gotta love that. Harold supports all of Ruby’s crazy as she searches for her past. He’s a good man. As with #1, I would have liked to see an actual nookie scene, at least in the end. 
Peachey04 More than 1 year ago
Another great historical romance in the series by Christina McKnight. Well written story following a young woman's journey to find where she belongs in society. The characters are detailed and have great interactions. There is mystery and sorrow along the way as well as a new found love. I found this book hard to put down as you are enthralled from beginning to end. Well worth reading. Received copy for review.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I had a difficult time reading through the first few chapters and trying to engage with the story. The story's plot was reiterated too many times and I found I really didn't care about what happens to any of the characters. Ruby's sneaky search in the setup of the story wasnt very sneaky or practical. The same description is used for multiple people (clothing from last season). Maybe it gets better later on, but I am deciding to spend my time with a different book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hard to stay with the story.. I feel as if parts of the story are missing? I finished all the pages but do not feel like ive read the whole book.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
The srory line was good but the repeats drove me to skip chptrs,
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Hard to read and stay with the story
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BJTodd More than 1 year ago
Forgotten No More (A Lady Forsaken, Book 2) by Christina McKnight Rudy’s mother has always ignored her. After her father’s death, Ruby’s mother sends her to be a companion for Lady Viola instead of allowing her to have a season. Years later, after her employer marrys, she fnds her mother’s diary in the attic of their home and discovers that the man who raised her was not her father. Viola invites her to London to have a season and Rudy uses this excuse to try to discover her true father’s identity. She puts herself in situations that could send her to gaol. Again, this story brings multiple pieces together to create a unique HEA I wasn’t sure was going to happen.
julieford More than 1 year ago
I received this book as a gift from the lovely Christina McKnight. This review will be a fair and honest review. Forgotten No More is extremely well-written and so entertaining that is was difficult to put down. This is a compelling story that contains a variety of emotions. This is the story of Ruby St. Augustin who recently found her mother's old journal revealing that she is not actually a St. Augustin but the result of a disastrous love affair. Her real father's name is not mentioned in the journal so Ruby goes on a search to discover the truth. Harold Jakeston is being pressured by his father to return to the country and become the vicar but Harold is avoiding the pressure. Ruby and Harold are both staying at the home of their friends, Lord and Lady Haversham. Harold follows Ruby everywhere she goes to try and keep her out of trouble. The more time they spend together, the more the sparks fly.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Recommend this story as I did find it an interesting story concept. Not a life many would have endured. But a different story plot than most would imagine. I look forward to reading more of the author's books.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This was a great story..not only if romance, but if fear, courage, inner strength, betrayal, & understanding. And it even had a little mystery, since Ruby searched for the unknown father who had sired her. The romance wasn't erotic, it was just right. It could be safely read by an older teen.This book deals with relationships on a couple of levels, but I don't want to give anything away. You'll just have to read it to know what I mean. You'll enjoy it as much as I did.
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is a must read. If you enjoyed the first book, you will enjoy this one too.
NicoleUlery More than 1 year ago
I very much enjoyed this story. Ruby is a lady on the fringes of society who discovers her father is not the man who raised her. She accompanies her friend to London for the season in an attempt to locate her father. She uses a rather strange method of avoiding her mother, sneaking into houses, and questioning servants to try and deduct whom her father might be. Her exploits are quite entertaining and often riddled with problems. One of those problems is Harold, a childhood friend who happens to be staying at the same house. He is dashing and honorable. He is a man you will adore, as he is always looking out for those around him. I was captivated by the story, wondering if Ruby would locate her father. The budding romance between Ruby and Harold is endearing. Despite Ruby always pushing him away, Harold never gives up his attempts to save her from her misdoings. I found the story compelling and the characters likable (even though I wanted to smack Ruby a few times). I would recommend this book to romance lovers, drama lovers, and historical lovers, alike.