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Unforgotten (The Michelli Family Series #2) Lance Michelli Had Traveled To His Grandmother Antonia S Old Villa In Sonoma To Find The Truth Behind The Secrets Of Her Past There He Met Rese Barrett, The Woman Who Now Owns The Villa And Hides Secrets Of Her Own Now Lance Has Returned To His Grandmother With Both Rese And The Answers He Has Found But Antonia Refuses To Hear What He Has To Say Has She Really Misunderstood The Events Of That Dark Night So Long Ago Antonia Sends Lance On Another Quest But This Time He Discovers That The Past Has Influenced The Present Far Than Anyone Realizes Lance Is Caught Between The Two Women He Loves As He Uncovers Unforgotten Truths That Could Change Them All Forever.

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!!> Epub ➜ Unforgotten (The Michelli Family Series #2)  ➛ Author Kristen Heitzmann – Pandorajewelry70off.us
  • Paperback
  • 414 pages
  • Unforgotten (The Michelli Family Series #2)
  • Kristen Heitzmann
  • English
  • 21 February 2018
  • 0764228285

10 thoughts on “Unforgotten (The Michelli Family Series #2)

  1. says:

    It is always challenging to read a Kristen Heitzmann book Her use of vocabulary and writing style is so far above my head Afrikaans being my first language that I find that I have to concentrate when reading one of her books, otherwise I would feel lost, missing detail Her dialect between characters is also not as flowing for me it feelsbroken compared to some of my favourite authors.Apart from my personal challenges, I enjoyed this part of the Michelli series and find it difficult It is always challenging to read a Kristen Heitzmann book Her use of vocabulary and writing style is so far above my head Afrikaans being my first language that I find that I have to concentrate when reading one of her books, otherwise I would feel lost, missing detail Her dialect between characters is also not as flowing for me it feelsbroken compared to some of my favourite authors.Apart from my personal challenges, I enjoyed this part of the Michelli series and find it difficult to review since it was a full bodied plot, dealing with secrets, hurts, emotions, spiritual warfare and curses through bloodlines I enjoyed this bookthan book 1 and loved Lance eventhan in book 1 He had to deal w...

  2. says:

    Not as good as the first one really slow moving and did not keep my interest as well However, I still would like to know the outcome of the story I read some reviews for the following book and they said much of the focus shifted a...

  3. says:

    Wanting to discoverabout the secrets his Nonna Antonia has kept hidden for so long, Lance Michelli goes back to his home in New York Coming back with him is Rese Barrett, the woman he had met in Sonoma, where he began his pursuit for the truth of his family s past Rese has agreed to go with him, to give Lance a second chance to prove he is worthy of her trust.In New York, Rese meets Lance s family, whose way of life so different from her own is slightly overwhelming, although friendly Wanting to discoverabout the secrets his Nonna Antonia has kept hidden for so long, Lance Michelli goes back to his home in New York Coming back with him is Rese Barrett, the woman he had met in Sonoma, where he began his pursuit for the truth of his family s past Rese has agreed to go with him, to give Lance a second chance to prove he is worthy of her trust.In New York, Rese meets Lance s family, whose way of life so different from her own is slightly overwhelming, although friendly and welcoming With Nonna Antonia s health so frag...

  4. says:

    I read this book with some impatience, not with the writing but with the two main characters How could they take something so simple and make it so difficult I enjoyed the way Kristen made the characters in the book so real, even though they were unusual Lance Michelli is someone I would like to know as a friend Rese Barret is a woman I would never have survived with, and the same was almost true with Lance An added bonus was the tale of an old vendetta against the Michelli family This is I read this book with some impatience, not with the writing but with the two main characters How could they take something so simple and make it so difficult I enjoyed the way Kristen made the characters in the book so real, even though they were unusual Lance Michelli is someone I would like t...

  5. says:

    Lance and Rese make their way back to the Bronx where Lance s Italian family nearly overwhelms Rese.It is Lance s goal to share with Nonna Antonia what he has discovered about their family history and to acquaint Rese with his family and life in Little Italy It turns out to beof a process than he thought in both cases and for a time he is divided in his loyalties between the women he loves most as he strives to seek the will of the God he serves Vivid descriptions of the neighborhood and Lance and Rese make their way back to the Bronx where Lance s Italian family nearly overwhelms Rese.It is Lance s goal to share with Nonna Antonia what he has discovered about their family history and to acquaint Rese with his family and life in Little Italy It turns out to beof a process than he thought in both cases and for a time he is divided in his loyalties between...

  6. says:

    I am so glad that there are some good Christian fiction writer s out there Kristen is descriptive and gives you time to let you get to know the characters and fall in love with them I got confused a few times in the plot as details were...

  7. says:

    Second book in the series Very good.

  8. says:

    Removing familiar characters from familiar settings is a risky move, especially if an author is trying to retain readers through a three part series Who wants to read about life in the Michelli s Bronx apartment building when a historically renovated Italian villa in wine country spoiled readers rotten in Book One But if the author was trying to make readers feel as out of sorts as the characters, then she was successful Thankfully I continued reading after Lance and Rese stepped out of the t Removing familiar characters from familiar settings is a risky move, especially if an author is trying to retain readers through a three part series Who wants to read about life in the Michelli s Bronx apartment building when a historically renovated Italian villa in wine country spoiled readers rotten in Book One But if the author was trying to make readers feel as out of sorts as the characters, then she was successful Thankfully I continued reading after Lance and Rese stepped out of the taxi cab on page one and eventually enjoyed getting to know Nonna as a young woman Truth be told, Heitzmann would not have been able to reveal the dramatic Michelli family history if the action hadn t moved to the City I could have done with a little less Book One plot summary though If I ever write...

  9. says:

    This book was good but not as good as the first one It moved a lotslowly it took 400 some pages to get that far in the story and at the end its still not all finished I felt like I could identify with Resethan Lance in this one totally opposite of the 1st one Their relationship was complicated At the end of the first book it seemed like they got it worked out but they continued to have problems in this one it got really annoying when they weren t getting along and then as so This book was good but not as good as the first one It moved a lotslowly it took 400 some pages to get that far in the story and at the end its still not all finished I felt like I could identify with Resethan Lance in this one totally opposite of the 1st one Their relationship was complicated At the end of the first book it seemed like they got it worked out but they continued to have...

  10. says:

    Every once in a while, you find a book that when you finish reading it, you re simply quiet This book dealt with so many things, I m at a loss where to begin It dealt with the obvious mystery that Lance needed to solve for his beloved Grandmother, Antonia It also dealt with the death of his Grandfather, Nonno, from many years prior But the two real triumphs in this book were the unpeeling of the l...

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