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FORGET ME NOT
by Fern Michaels

Genre: Mainstream, General Mainstream Fiction

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Michaels just keeps getting better and better with each book. Packed with suspense, romance and family drama, there’s truly something for every reader. Michaels has a flair for characterization; her characters know where they stand in the grand scheme of things, so when a curveball is thrown at them, they take it in stride. Michaels is a wonderful author: She knows what fans have come to expect from her and she never disappoints.

Lucy Brighton is undeniably successful: She has a comic-strip card line and a children’s cartoon under her belt. She’s worked to bury her unhappy childhood, filled with memories of her cold, unaffectionate parents with whom she now has almost no contact. When a phone call alerts her to her parents’ death in a car accident, Lucy nonetheless heads down to Florida to wrap up their affairs. Shortly thereafter she discovers a hidden safe in her parents’ home, and upon finding some unbelievable items, Lucy realizes she will have to tread with extreme caution. As she uncovers more and more about her parents, it throws everything — including her own identity — into turmoil. (ZEBRA, Apr. 352 pp., $7.99)

Reviewed By: Patsy Glans

Publisher: ZEBRA

Published: April 2014

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