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by Patricia Scanlan

eBook Forgive and Forget (signed) ePub
Author: Patricia Scanlan
Language: English
ISBN: 1848270003
ISBN13: 978-1848270008
Publisher: Transworld Ireland (2008)
Pages: 400
Category: Contemporary
Subcategory: Literature
Rating: 4.7
Votes: 235
Formats: rtf lit txt lrf
ePub file: 1105 kb
Fb2 file: 1834 kb

Patricia Scanlan lives in Dublin. Dare I say that this is Patricia Scanlan's best book to date? I think so. From page one I was drawn into the story and completely hooked.

Patricia Scanlan lives in Dublin. Her books, all Number One bestsellers, include Forgive and Forget, Happy Ever After and Love and Marriage.

In Patricia Scanlan’s evocative and entertaining read which deals with the tensions that can arise at weddings between modern day families (Irish Post), a family must work . Forgive and Forget - Patricia Scanlan.

In Patricia Scanlan’s evocative and entertaining read which deals with the tensions that can arise at weddings between modern day families (Irish Post), a family must work to ensure that an upcoming wedding will bring them together-rather than tear them apart. There's nothing like a good wedding to start an argument! And that's exactly what will happen if Connie Adams, mother of the bride, can't smooth things over between her ex Barry and her daughter Debbie.

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About The Book Forgive and Forget CHAPTER ONE ‘God, I feel so hot! I’m baked alive. I must have a temperature,’ Connie Adams complained, wiping the perspiration off her upper lip. Forgive and Forget CHAPTER ONE ‘God, I feel so hot! I’m baked alive.

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And Debbie has other things to focus on - her boss is making her life hell and she's starting to suspect her fiance is getting cold feet. What readers are saying about Patricia Scanlan's novels: 'Utterly magical and wonderful. warmth and compassion shine through' MARIAN KEYES 'Like being enfolded in a hug from the great writer herself: warm, comforting and full of.

Forgive And Forget, Happy Ever After, and Love and Marriage. Forgive and Forget Series. 3 primary works, 3 total works. Book 1. Forgive And Forget. What happens when ex husbands start to fancy thei. Patricia Scanlan lives in Dublin. Publisher: Simon & Schuster UK (September 8, 2016).

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Scanlon Patrick O'Scanlan. forgive and forget - phrase to decide not to continue being angry about something that someone has done, and not to allow your memory of it to influence your future relationship I might forgive and forget, but I’m more likely to get mad and get even. Thesaurus: t. Useful english dictionary. forgive and forget - verb Absolve completely for a past wrongdoing; pardon with neither resentment nor a view to retribution. We will go away in the yacht. Does it matter where we live, so long as we live for each other? Forgive and forget! Oh, Valeria, Valeria. Wiktionary.

Trash Obsession
I am a huge fan of Patricia Scanlan. I particularly love how she creates characters that are truly three-dimensional. No one is cartoonish, completely good or completely evil-they are very very real. But I was surprised to see that a large chunk of the plot of this book is a rehash of a previous book, Francesca's Party. I know that writers often revisit themes, but this was so obvious and doesn't go in a new direction or provide new insights. Unless that is what the sequel is for...but right now I am disappointed. I'm not going to buy the sequel until I see some reviews.
Buriwield
I chose this as I have read and enjoyed this author some years ago. Not as good as previous books, though an easy pick up and leave down kind of read. I guess the point of the matter is that when I got to the end ... it was NOT the end - I hadn't known it was first of two books. Was disappointed and felt quite duped. I decided not to buy the follow up for now but took the opportunity to read the Kindle sample. Generally I miss my book characters like a good friend and not the case with this book. Sorry I'm not more enthusiastic but I am honest.
Bine
Oh dear I always try to find something good to say but this book failed on every level.The subject matter was ordinary . The inner thoughts of the characters were shallow self serving and frankly predictably BORING. The book failed to hold my attention.....There were no hero/heroines. There were no credible baddies, the characters were bland and unintelligent.Please cancel the "to be continued".
Boyn
Dare I say that this is Patricia Scanlan's best book to date? I think so. From page one I was drawn into the story and completely hooked. Not a dull moment. Pure joy all the way.

Not that the story itself is all bliss. Connie and Barry have been divorced for years. Barry is married again to Aimee and has 13 year old daughter Melissa in this marriage. Now Connie and Barrie's daughter Debbie is getting married and the event leads to a myriad of complications in the two families. One of them being Barry's renewed interest in his first wife, whom he left so many years ago.

Aimee is a tough, self-sentered career woman, with business trips abroad, designer clothes and no time for cosy family life.

First wife, Connie, is her opposite. A nurse, she has raised Debbie single-handedly and created a nice little home with a heavenly flower garden for the two of them. Neither money nor time has allowed for fancy clothes and pursuing a svelte body over the years. Connie appears a bit frumpyish and middle aged, and has seemingly lived in contented celibacy, until now!

There are other people and destinies to be met in this rich and fulfilling tale, which is not your regular chick lit but a wise story about life and love, regrets and new hope.

The book is excellently written and filled with humour. Always a bliss. A golden moment is young Melissa and her best friend Sarah's participation in Debbie's wedding, described with much insight and tenderness. Ah, to be 13 again, with your whole life ahead of you (and posters of Johnny Depp over your bed...).

The book is not neatly wrapped up in a happy ending. Expertly, new threads are being woven in and create expectations of joys to come. Joys we are invited to share, the last sentence being - To be continued.

I can't wait.
Aradwyn
This was the Patricia Scanlan book I've enjoyed the most to date. She writes such true female characters and has a great depth of understanding of human nature and family . I always come away from her books feeling that bit wiser. Thoroughly enjoyed this book.
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