Forget Me Not
Letting move Of The Past
With a favored caricature, card line, and kid's comic strip to her identify, Lucy Brighton may be in a contented position. however the soreness of a chilly, lonely adolescence lingers on. although she nonetheless lives within the New Jersey condominium the place she grew up, Lucy has had little touch along with her mom and dad considering they moved to Florida 5 years in the past.
Finding pleasure within the Present
Then Lucy gets a choice that her mom and dad were killed in a automobile crash. whereas settling their affairs in Florida, Lucy starts to achieve how little she relatively knew approximately their lives. She has no technique to clarify the mysterious secure of their bed room, with its cache of faux passports, funds, and guns. What secrets and techniques have been the Brightons conserving? have been they even who they claimed to be? The solutions will shatter every thing she as soon as believed approximately her parents--and approximately herself.
Praise for Fern Michaels and her novels
"Tirelessly artistic and entertaining." --Booklist on Up shut and Personal
"Fast-moving. . .entertaining. . .a roller-coaster experience of serendipitous fun." --Publishers Weekly on Mr. and omit Anonymous
"Heartbreaking, suspenseful, and tender." --Booklist on Return to Sender
"A knockout story." --Publishers Weekly on Dear Emily
a few espresso. i believe i love espresso. no longer decaf, though.” The nurse laughed as she walked out of the room. inside of mins a sweet striper carried in a tray with a steaming cup of espresso, a doughnut on a plate, and a few orange juice. Lucy didn’t drink the espresso straight away, afraid she’d burn her tongue. She closed her eyes and attempted to imagine. Who am I? Why can’t I keep in mind? How can the loss of life of either mom and dad now not be bothering me? She bit down on her lip. Why did I say my identify is Angie? Do i do know.
Is no.” “That’s no longer good.” “No, it isn’t,” Lucy acknowledged quietly. bankruptcy 9 Luke Kingston felt like on the point of exit on a primary date as he peered at himself within the replicate. Unruly darkish hair competently knotted up; shaved, cheeks gentle as a baby’s backside, only a dab of aftershave. A woodsy, manly odor absolute to have ladies drop at his toes, in line with his sister, Marie, who had given it to him as a present. to date, no lady had brought to his ft. perhaps this present day Lucy Brighton.
no longer. Don’t you agree?” “You have some extent, Luke. Come alongside. have you ever had breakfast yet?” Now that he didn’t need to fear approximately meals sticking in his enamel, Luke admitted that he hadn’t eaten. “Then it might be my excitement to rustle up a few pancakes for you. Why are you dragging your toes, Luke?” Luke regarded over his shoulder on the Brighton residence. He informed himself it used to be only a condo. a home he’d equipped for individuals he didn’t recognize. “Even even though I equipped that house,” Luke acknowledged, pointing to the.
you need to make each note count.” He pointed to the fellow on his correct, who glided by the identify Ken Blevins. “You’re up, Blevins.” Ken Blevins spoke. His voice sounded convinced while he acknowledged, “The resources checked in at 4:02, as ordinary. there have been no difficulties. I recorded the dialog in step with directions, as i've got performed on a daily basis while for the final 5 years. not anything occurred that day sooner than the check-in name. I did my drive-bys at ten A.M. and back at 3 A.M. either coated.
Julian. along with, Nolan Brewster owed me, and that i desired to acquire. I didn’t imagine the director himself may intercede. Who the hell knew the resources have been going to get killed? all of us did what we did at the fly. we've got to mend it. a lot for interagency cooperation.” “I don’t see how, Chuck. glance, Helene and Fritz Brighton are of the easiest brokers ever to return out of Langley. They have been so usual, it used to be nearly sinful. We didn’t also have to construct them a canopy. It was once so rattling excellent, it used to be.