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Forget Me Not doc Ó Paperback å hannahredhead Í Their Elusive Enemies Took Everything Now They Want More Crossroads Crisis Center owner Benjamin Brandt was a content man—in his faith his work and his family Then in a flash everything he loved was snatched away His wife and son were murdered and grief stricken Ben lost faiAnd torment his hope is dying too Why had he survived He’d failed to protect his family Now a mysterious woman appears at Crossroads seeking answers and help a victim who eerily resembles Ben’s deceased wife Susan A woman robbed of her identity her life of everything except her faith and Susan’s necklace The connections between the two women mount exceeding This was my first experience reading Vicki Hinze but let me tell you if will not be my last I'm already looking forward to the next book in this series but will have to wait 'til Spring 2011 to get my hands on it BummerI can't give one of my typical reviews of this book because I would end up giving too much away Anyone who is familiar with my reviews knows that I like to focus on each of the main characters lives as well as add a little something about any secondary characters who might have caught my attention; well that's just not possible with Forget Me Not I can't even tell you the female lead character's name wo spoiling a big part of the story Yesit's that intriguingForget Me Not is a fast pasted book from the very first sentence and I read it in a matter of a few hours It has it all international terrorists corrupt politicianstown leaders back stabbing family members even a few tear inducing moments I think guys would even enjoy this one it would make an awesome movie Let me also mention for those of you who may not be fond of the stronger faith themed Christian Fiction books this one might not be for you but you should definitely give it a chance as it's well worth your time God is a major part of the female character's life and the story just wouldn't be the same wo His influence throughout the entire book Her life revolves around her strong faith in her Heavenly Father In case y'all are wondering if I have completely strayed from my all Romanceall the time rootsno I have not This book even has a romantic angle for us Romance junkies which I was so excited to discover LOLIf you want to check out Vicki Hinze's first foray into Christian Fiction be sure to grab a copy of Forget Me Not for yourself I think you'll be glad you did I know I am I'm hoping to get my hands on of her books as soon as I can Thank you to Liz and Waterbrook Multnomah for the opportunity to review this book and offer a copy to one lucky commenter

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Their Elusive Enemies Took Everything Now They Want More Crossroads Crisis Center owner Benjamin Brandt was a content man in his faith his work and his family Then in a flash everything he loved was snatched away His wife and son were murdered and grief stricken Ben lost faith Determination to find their killers keeps him going but after three years of dead ends 35 starsSolid book in the Crossroads Crisis Center series Good premise but characters need some development Mystery portions really good though

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Forget Me NotCoincidence and to keep the truth hidden someone is willing to kill Finding out who and why turns Ben and the mystery woman’s situation from dangerous to deadly Their only hope for survival is to work together trust each other and face whatever they discover head on no matter how painful But will that be enough to save their lives and heal their tattered heart The heroine has bad guys after her but she gets amnesia early on in the story so most of it is spent trying to figure out what's going on and who's after her The problem I have with it is that a great deal of time is spent in the bad guy's POV I don't generally like reading the bad guy's POV It's not a pleasant place to be And in this case it kind of eliminated a lot of the mystery and suspense in the story It's a good read nonetheless