Book Review

Life Forgotten


Review By:Hendrik van den Bergh

Layne Deemer is a new Author to me and I wasn’t disappointed with my first book of her.

Nellie Campbell is always there to help the people she loves without expecting anything in return. She didn’t hesitate to put her whole life on hold, when her mother was diagnosed with Alzheimer’s. Her sister moved before their mother was diagnosed. Nellie faces all of this on her own.

The moment she met Jude Hargrove she knew there was a spark between them. She has never felt the way she feels now for anyone else before. At first she didn’t know if the feeling was mutual.

Is Jude the one who can show her that she can also be loved? Will she let him in or is it a feeling she is going to ignore?

We all know someone that has some kind of sickness. It is not an easy thing to go through especially if it is someone close to you or if you are the person that is sick.

Life Forgotten is a reminder that anything we face, we can overcome. Do not try to do everything on your own, if there are people offering their help.

I loved the whole story and in some parts of the story I could relate.

It is a MUST READ.

Official release date: 7 May 2020 – Preorder Now.

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