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The Forgotten Child The Outsider Series #1

Lorhainne Eckhart ì 5 review

Eps to get his child the help he needsAs their lives become intertwined their attraction is unavoidable a connection sparks between them But just as they're getting close Brad's estranged wife Crystal returns after abandoning the family two years earlierCrystal must've had a plan as she somehow gains the upper hand driving a wedge in the emotional bond forged between Brad Emily and the children The lengths to which Crystal will go the lies the greed just to keep what's hers are nothing short of cold and calculating Brad fights to save his boy to protect what's his and struggles over his greatest sacrifice Emily and the haunting uestion Has he lost her forever“This is by far one of the best books I have read Lorhainne Eckhart proved h Yet another eh read Boy Im sure picking them lately

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Erself yet again by pulling you in with a heartfelt story and keeping your attention with the passion that fills the pages”   ROMANCE JUNKIES  “A Real Tear Jerker Omg I loved this book I stayed up all night trying to finish it I cried My heart broke I have an 18 year old with autism This would make a fabulous movie”Reviewer – Tammy  “Brilliant there is no other word for it heart grabbing heart warming gut wrenching well written well researched wanted to read it over over again Maureen  BLACK RAVEN'S REVIEWS   “Ms Eckhart has crafted a delightful story with engaging characters enough drama for a Hallmark movie and enough unconditional love to last a lifetime” Rated 5 Ravens and a Recommended Read by AJ    I was distracted uite often by all the punctuation

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Over 500000 copies sold worldwide over 800 Reviews Now translated in German FrenchHow do you tell a man there is something wrong with his childEmily Nelson ends a loveless bitter marriage and strikes out on her own She answers an ad as a cook and live in caregiver to a three year old boy on a local ranch Ranch owner Brad Friessen hires and moves in Emily and her daughter But Emily soon discovers something's seriously wrong with the boy and the reclusive difficult man who hired her can't see the behavior and how delayed his son is Emily researches until she stumbles across what she suspects are the soft signs of autism Now she must tell him give him hope and help him come to terms with this neurological disorder to take the necessary st Emily is a recently divorced mom who accepts a job


About the Author: Lorhainne Eckhart

Lorhainne Eckhart is one of my go to authors when I want a guaranteed good book So many twists and turns but also so much love and such a strong sense of family
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10 thoughts on “The Forgotten Child The Outsider Series #1

  1. says:

    Emily is a recently divorced mom who accepts a job as a full time caretaker for the son of a wealthy ranch owner Her employer Brad is still angry about his wife walking out on him and buries himself in work With help of Emily he begins to understand that his young son Trevoris autistic When Brad's wife shows up demanding to see the son she had abandoned her actions may drive Emily and Brad apart before there romance even begins I really liked this book Despite the bad grammar and typos it was a uick read with a happy ending I plan on checking out the rest of the series


  2. says:

    My Opinion I started the book very intriguedwondering if it'll rate a ehokay or an OMG this is amazing I am happy to tell you guys it rated the later It was a wonderfully inspiring read something that is unusual for a romance novel Many times I was moved to tears in a good way The Forgotten Child is an inspiration to all parents struggling with children whom are autistic There are to messages of this novel; Don't give up the first and Don't give in The Good The novel started out in a way that draws readers in I know I talk about this a lot but I feel it is very important for a work of fiction to start in a way that is attractive to the reader so they'll want to read it all the way through Story line is an instant attraction From the first chapter I was instantly in love with book hoping waiting for the happily ever after after all it's a romance The protagonists make mistakes We all want a read that is easy to get into but also effortless when it comes to imagining the characters as real people We want it too be easy to imagine ourselves as them so of course they can't seem too perfect too unreal The Bad The characters can be awkward In some parts I felt the characters dialogue was not as smooth as it should be I don't if it was purposely that way that's just my opinion Feelings moved a little uickly At one point Brad is in lust ready to have sex but not make love then all the sudden is falling in love feelings running high Maybe I'm wrong but I don't think it's realistic but anywaysThe book was fantastic It was a pleasure to read and I'm sure I'll be reading it over again when I have some free timeRecommendations?? Anyone who likes a good contemporary romance with an inspirational feel would love it Actually I would say any women's fiction reader would enjoy The Forgotten Child


  3. says:

    What an amazingly in depth look at a terrifying disorder weaved into a love story that at times wrenched my heart and at others had me shouting aloud my joy When hesitant Emily finally decides that she has had enough of her crumbling marriage to Bob she takes matters into her own hands and finds the strength to move on With her two year old daughter Katy Emily moves in to become caregiver to three year old Trevor in the sprawling ranch owned by the ultra sexy and brooding Brad Brad a man haunted by a terrible betrayal finds it difficult to trust and his bitterness is made even harder to face for Emily who fast realizes that all is not what it seems with Trevor But Emily persists and she is just beginning to make headway with both Trevor and Brad when Crystal Brad’s estranged wife suddenly appears on the scene again Torn between her love for her child and her love for the family she has cared for Emily chooses to back down As Brad battles his demons Emily continues to move forward and both discover just how powerful love can be in this heartwarming and dramatic tale This is a great story of strength and healing Ms Eckhart did a fantastic job in weaving in the emotions all parents feel when they find their child is not like everyone else's Her characters were human with their faults and fears and yet they find the strength and courage to overcome it all and learn to trust and hope I highly recommend this story


  4. says:

    I rarely review what I read but in this case it must be said My first issue is the constant grammar mistakes and awkward sentence structure I repeatedly had to go back and re read to try and understand what author meant My high school English teacher wouldn't have let me turn in a paper with half of the mistakes in this bookI also found the characters flat and unrelateable The relationships weren't well cultivated and I often found the actions and motivations unbelievable The author could have done or better research on autism She didn't do a good job accurately portraying a child on the autism spectrum I am appalled at the number of people who now think they know about autism after reading this bookOverall this is just not a good book not even as a light summer read


  5. says:

    Yet another eh read Boy Im sure picking them lately This one was pretty light on the romance to be honest with you although I did find out a lot of stuff about autism symptoms that was very enlightening not sarcasm But there were so many typos also that really took away from the read and SO MANY loose ends that werent tied up by the end of the book either


  6. says:

    Full review main issue was the characters For a woman who had the balls to leave her husband with no job lined up Emily allowed herself to be treated poorly and fall back into a new relationship mighty fast The ink wasn’t even dry on the paper and had a man treated my girlfriend the way he did Emily I’d be busting his head and hers for staying with him I understood what the author was trying to convey but I have to say she handled Brad’s response to his son’s problems with a heavy hand As a Mother of two I found it really hard to swallow a parent not seeking Help for a child for an obvious disability Not talking by the age of three kicking and screaming when your toy is moved and peeing on the floor in the grocery store are signs you can’t ignore For this reason me and hero Brad started out on the wrong foot from the start and it never really changed Brad had a lot of cowardly behavior and a temper that concerned me


  7. says:

    I was distracted uite often by all the punctuation issues and such I own many many books and this is the first that was so poorly edited Even the blurb at the end about the author was pathetically written and had several sentence fragments I liked the book well enough it was a very uick read It brings up autism it does not explore it as some have said And it seems like all these parents do is use TV to babysit the kids


  8. says:

    A pretty good read I would recommend for light reading Also the novella at the end suits as en epilogue


  9. says:

    Emily is recently separated and has be offered a live in position looking after a three year old boy and cooking three meals a day Before long she realizes that things are not uite right with Trevor His father Brad did not voice any concerns so Emily scrolled through the internet inputting concerns until such time as she had enough data to take to Brad that woukd support her findings of autismAlthough things seem to be progressing nicely with Trevor and Brad and Emily's relationship everything went to he'll when Brady's wife moved back in Crystal arrived back and moved in bag and baggage She was obviously high maintenance and rude Emily was confused and Brad was furious Although Emily didn't know or understand Crystal had Brad over a barrel He had never applied for a legal separation he had not started divorce proceedings and he had continued to support her lavish lifestyle Brady's lawyer told him not to make waves until they could get a handle on how she knew so much about his life without her He was also afraid of her claim to go fir legal custody of Trevor although she had left them days after his birth had refused to care for him and had never called to ask about him As the story progressed I couldn't help but think I love it when a plan comes togetherThe author has made us feel the pain of familial emotion anger at a vicious and cold woman who did not understand the love of a woman for her child or any sense of loyalty An excellent heart strings pulling story


  10. says:

    Good read good for Hallmark movie


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