Forgotten Father

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When Delanie Carlyle wakes in the hospital after a car accident, she discovers she cannot remember the past month of her life…and to her dismay, she’s newly pregnant. With no husband or lover in her life, she must take care of her child alone and then an elderly friend dies and she must deal with the complications presented by a large, unexpected inheritance. More

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Words: 50,890
Language: English
ISBN: 9781465879585
About Carol Rose

Carol Rose is an award-winning author of contemporary romances. She has written twenty books, including Always and Forgotten Father. Her books have won numerous awards, including a final in the prestigious Romance Writers of America Golden Heart Award.

Carol is an active member of the North Texas Romance Writers, the Dallas Area Romance Writers and the Yellow Rose chapter. A frequent speaker at writers’ groups and conferences, she has taught workshops on characterization and, creating and resolving conflict. She works full time as a therapist.

Her husband and she married when she was only nineteen and he was barely twenty-one, proving that early marriage can make it, but only if you’re really lucky and persistent. They went through college and grad school together. She not only loves him still, all these years later, she still likes him—which she says is sometimes harder. They have two funny, intelligent and highly accomplished daughters. Carol loves writing and hopes you enjoy reading her work.

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Review by: C C on July 02, 2012 : (no rating)
Previous poster was correct. While the book was a fairly good read, it was not worth the price. Mitchell denigrated Delanie for most of the book then on the last page turned around and found value in her when during the entire book she was a "soul less gold digger".

Mitchell spent no time working on his relationship or bonding with his daughter. It was as if the author ran out of steam and rushed the ending. She should have added 20 more pages.
(reviewed the day of purchase)

Review by: Adina Stevens on Dec. 04, 2011 :
Although an exellent read, one thing I have against the story is the fact that almost 95% of the book has Mitchell thinking about Delanie in an extremely negative light. Yet almost ten pages from the end, he has a turn around in his views and she forgives him without calling him out on his behaviour, except for the fact that she wanted him to trust her.

I did not feel that he was truely sorry about how he had treated her. To me, he was more concerned in being in the life of his child, rather than truely treating Delanie with the love and respect that is due her.

I felt that the ending was very rushed as so many negative actions of Mitchell was totally overlooked and not address. This then made Delaine looked like a pushover in the relationship department. Even though she is shown as a strong person who can get others to do what she wants.
(review of free book)

Review by: Clarice Troy on Oct. 03, 2011 :
A sexy love story. Sometimes the author repeats things too much with the character's interior dialogue, but this story was good enough to pay for. I couldn't believe it was free!
(review of free book)

Review by: ShazInNV on Sep. 30, 2011 :
A quick, easy read and a fun love story.
(review of free book)

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