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Kristen Heitzmann is a best-selling author and Christy Award finalist. Her novels have thrilled and inspired fans across the country. Unforgotten continues the poignant search for truth that began in Secrets.

Rese Barrett and Lance Michelli have agreed to run her Sonoma B&B as partners. But Lance is still driven to unravel the mystery behind papers he found buried in the basement there: papers left by his grandfather, who built this house two generations ago. Now they have gone to Lance's family in New York to find some answers.

©2005 Kristen Heitzmann; (P)2005 Recorded Books, LLC

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Teepee

I have listened to books one and two of this series I can't get enough love the Christian perspective felt as if I was in the story will purchase the third book

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Intense Story; Good Narration

Unbelievable and Interesting. Exhausting and exhilarating. I love Lance and Rese and can't wait to read the rest of their story...and, of course, their family and friends.

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Best series!

Second in a two part series, this book holds to the standards of the other 5 books. I would highly recommend these series!

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  • Cyndee
  • lehi, UT, United States
  • 03-09-09

I want my life back

This book was slightly better than the first one, but only just!
Honestly I think watching a 1980's re-run of a televangelist would have been more entertaining. The only thing missing was someone jumping up and claiming they were saved... Oh wait I think that was in this also!
After reading this series I have to wonder if the author is related to Tammy Faye Bakker.

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