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Forgotten No More (A Lady Forsaken Book 2) by [McKnight, Christina]
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  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • File Size: 1234 KB
  • Print Length: 367 pages
  • Page Numbers Source ISBN: 098826174X
  • Publisher: La Loma Elite Publishing (20 Nov. 2014)
  • Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B00NG1E5CO
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  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars 4 customer reviews
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #187,803 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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My second book by this author and second in this series a very good author just a pity that Americanism slips into the dialogue
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dumb, poorly written, silly...
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This is the 2nd book in the series and thoroughly enjoyed it. Story gets even more exciting in this series. Highly recommended.
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Amazon.com: HASH(0x936a5540) out of 5 stars 74 reviews
95 of 103 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x93adf030) out of 5 stars I will be trying to forget it 3 Dec. 2014
By Danker - Published on Amazon.com
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Forgotten No More is a train wreck.

The story is nonsensical, repetitive and full of inaccuracies for the period.

The writing is of the following standard:
"The depth of those words ran deeper than any ocean." (I could provide example after example of gems like this. One particularly excruciating scene is the one where the h secretly observes the H handing over money to his brother - what is it about the brother's feet?)

And where was the editor? The h calls the H a "cod" on two separate occasions. The first time he is a "heartless cod" and I think the second time, pages later, he is an "insufferable cod".

Even the cods are outdone by another hilarious statement. First, the context - after her father dies, the h discovers a journal, written by her mother, describing an affair, which makes the h aware that she is not her father's birth child, because he was sterile. The h comes to London, trying to find her birth father. So much about this story is ludicrous (the scene at Whites is jaw-dropping). The author asks us to believe that the h could find her birth father, when her main clue, other than that he was a member of the ton, is that he may have kept a distinctive letter opener gifted to him by the h's mother, decades before?

Moving right along, the h begins eliminating men from the ton, one after another, generally by searching the houses/studies of likely candidates, looking for the letter opener or a handy journal entry/collection of letters/whatever.

One possibility bites the dust without even appearing in person, on the basis of info provided by servants. What a shame he isn't her father! He sounds amazing!

"The impossibly well-endowed Earl of Ivertine was told at a very young age that he was incapable of bearing children, eliminating the likelihood that her mother would have found him desirable and worthy of her end objective."

What a shock it must have been for the young man - to be told he wouldn't "bear" children! (More of a shock, however, to have been told he could.) And then to be "impossibly" well-endowed - whatever that is. A double blow! No wonder the mother looked elsewhere, in 19th Century England, to deliver on her "end objective."

Once I checked, I had my own shock. I thought I'd received this book as a free offer. Instead, I found, to my horror, that I paid full price for it. And left it too long to request a refund. Hence this review.
ETA : the one point is for the lovely cover.
39 of 40 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9349b7f8) out of 5 stars How I wish I had sampled this first... 22 Dec. 2014
By Kimba - Published on Amazon.com
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The writing is stilted, ungrammatical, and anachronistic. At one point I wondered whether English is the author's first language. I remember the first book in the series fondly, so I can't figure out why this one is such a mess. Don't waste your time.
27 of 27 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x93459fa8) out of 5 stars Why? Why? 12 April 2016
By Pecos - Published on Amazon.com
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Nothing excuses poor basic editing in a book. Do they just finish it at three in the morning and hit "send" rather than ever reread? Do they not have a single friend to read it? Did they all fail tenth grade English? Forgotten No More is another example of an ebook disaster. I would have written a hilarious review like Danker, but the lack of editing made me angry.
14 of 15 people found the following review helpful
HASH(0x9369bc6c) out of 5 stars The story isn't great literature and it isn't particularly original 6 Nov. 2015
By J. L Roth - Published on Amazon.com
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The story isn't great literature and it isn't particularly original, but it is a nice little story. I do have echo the question of another reviewer: Where was the editor on this? I'm not familiar with the use of "cod" as an insult and am fairly certain that the author meant cad both times the mistake was made. Then there is just the poor use of the English language. You have another think coming, not another thing. And it is the powers that be, not the powers to be.

A lazy editor reflects badly on the writer and the publizher.
6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
By Debra L. Martin - Published on Amazon.com
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I was anxious to read "Forgotten No More." I love historical fiction and this book sounded interesting. Although it started out well, I felt the book dragged on and on with Ruby's search for her biological father. There were far too many instances of her musing over the same thing throughout the book. That got a bit tiresome and then, there was the means she used to investigate whether or not a gentlemen of the ton was actually her father. I had to suspend my belief on her escapades especially during one notorious outing that was most unlikely to happen.

I did like the hero, Harold Jakeston. The author does a good job of fleshing out his character quite well. By far the most interesting character for me though was Ellington. She was a spit fire of a girl and as we learned the truth of her upbringing, it became clear why she acted the way she did. If Ms. McKnight writes Ellington's story, I would be most interested in reading that one.

I received this book in exchange for an honest review.
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