Unforgotten

  • Title: Unforgotten
  • Author: Tamara Leigh
  • ISBN: 9780061084485
  • Page: 305
  • Format: Paperback
  • Unforgotten Lady of Legend Catherine had dreamed that she would die cut down by her castle s attackers So who was this mysterious stranger before her now who cheated fate by stopping the mortal blow And how did
    Lady of Legend Catherine had dreamed that she would die, cut down by her castle s attackers So who was this mysterious stranger before her now who cheated fate by stopping the mortal blow And how did he manage to lay siege to her heart, which she had always believed far securely guarded than ever her precious home Lord of Destiny In the twentieth century, Collier sLady of Legend Catherine had dreamed that she would die, cut down by her castle s attackers So who was this mysterious stranger before her now who cheated fate by stopping the mortal blow And how did he manage to lay siege to her heart, which she had always believed far securely guarded than ever her precious home Lord of Destiny In the twentieth century, Collier s mistake had cost him the love of his life Yet now he found himself in a medieval battle, face to face with a beautiful woman who was the image of his beloved Was he somehow being offered an opportunity to redeem his errord regain his heart s desire

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    About Tamara Leigh


    1. Tamara Leigh holds a Masters Degree in Speech and Language Pathology In 1993, she signed a 4 book contract with Bantam Books Her first medieval romance, Warrior Bride, was released in 1994 Continuing to write for the general market, three novels were published with HarperCollins and Dorchester and earned awards and spots on national bestseller lists.In 2006, Tamara s first inspirational contemporary romance, Stealing Adda, was released In 2008, Perfecting Kate was optioned for a movie and Splitting Harriet won an ACFW Book of the Year award The following year, Faking Grace was nominated for a RITA award In 2011, Tamara wrapped up her Southern Discomfort series with the release of Restless in Carolina.When not in the middle of being a wife, mother, and cookbook fiend, Tamara buries her nose in a good book and her writer s pen in ink In 2012, she returned to the historical romance genre with Dreamspell, a medieval time travel romance Shortly thereafter, she once invited readers to join her in the middle ages with the Age of Faith series that includes The Unveiling, The Yielding, The Redeeming, The Kindling, and The Longing Lady at Arms and Lady Of Eve, the 1994 Bantam Books bestsellers originally titled Warrior Bride and Virgin Bride, are the first of her early medieval romances to be rewritten as clean reads Baron Of Godsmere, the first book in her new series, The Feud, will be available Winter 2014 2015.Tamara lives near Nashville, Tennessee with her husband, sons, and a Doberman that bares its teeth not only to threaten the UPS man but to smile.Connect with Tamara at her website tamaraleigh, her blog The Kitchen Novelist, Facebook, and Twitter To be added to her mailing list for notification of new releases and special promotions, email her at tamaraleightenn gmail.


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    1. Sleep, laundry, dishes, etcese are things that get put aside when I pick up a Tamara Leigh noveld this one was no different. Leigh is one of my all-time favorite storytellers. Oh how I loved this book! This was an interesting take on time travel, because most, if not all of the ones I've read involve the heroine being the one to travel back. At first, I wasn't sure how I'd like this one compared to Dreamspell, because oh, how I love the strong, medieval heroes Leigh createsbut my, was I in for a [...]

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    2. This was one of the more interesting ideas for a time travel. This is a Christian adventure, romance. It has adult themes and although kept clean has some fade quickly out sex,that is after marriage, that is not too detailed. I enjoyed this story and loved how the characters change and become better people together. I generally like the way Leigh writes a romance and had no complaints with this one. It was a fun read.

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    3. perfect guilty pleasure read! (without all the guilt!)

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    4. 4.5 Stars!!! ***This is a clean read rewrite of Leigh's 1997 novel Unforgotten. I was fully engaged within the pages of this story rather quickly. Having never read Unforgotten, I cannot speak to the differences between the original story and the rewrite. But, I can tell you this one is most definitely worth the read! The story is well told and the characters endearing. I was delighted that the things standing between Catherine and Collier were not drawn out, as they can be in novels at times. R [...]

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    5. This is the second book in the Beyond Time, A Medieval Time Travel Series. This book is awesome! I really liked the first book in this series and wanted to see how she handled this one. This book takes place now and in the Fifteenth Century. You are going to love this story; it is well written, full of adventure, and very intriguing. I really enjoyed every minute of it but I really liked the end.Collier Gilchrist Morrow is a successful business man in England. He was badly hurt in an accident wh [...]

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    6. Enjoyable readI really enjoyed this book even with some of the plot gaps mentioned by other reviewers. Content: Overall clean, but there is reference to sex between a husband and wife. The story doesn't get descriptive.Language: CleanReligious: Yes but I wouldn't call this a completely religious book. The characters do talk about their faith and there is reference to God but I think it fits this medieval tinge period. Overall story: There are some definite transition issues between the modern da [...]

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    7. It’s so hard to come to the end of such a good book. I love a good time travel without a lot of over-the-top bedroom scenes. This one was perfect - beautifully and intensely romantic with the perfect balance of mysterious time traveling, character growth both in character and in love, and historical intrigue. Collier and Catherine were the perfect love match between a strong woman and the man who was made for her. (I hope to hear more of Tilly and perhaps James and Antony in books yet to come! [...]

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    8. Fun clean story. I love that that Tamara Leigh's books have complex real characters. Even the bitter and ornery have redemptive value. I do feel this story was a little rushed. I would have loved more anecdotes about Collier's transition to the past. I felt he was also accepted too easily. But perhaps that was not really essential to the beautiful story the author wanted to tell. I liked the hook about James in the end and am excited to read his story.

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    9. More please!Like dreamspell, I fell in love with this book. Leigh has a talent for bringing the Middle Ages to life. The romance between the characters in her book is entirely realistic, believable, and sweet. I found myself actually highlighting some sentences which I never do to sigh at later. The action and intrigue is just enough. The depth to all characters well rounded. More time travel please Tamara Leigh!

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    10. Dull and disappointing. I have read almost all Tamara Leigh's books and enjoyed most of them but this one was a big let down. My biggest disappointment was the lack of chemistry or romantic tension in the book, which is one of the things I can usually count on from Ms. Leigh. Otherwise the story was OK, just nothing exciting.

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    11. I am a huge fan of Tamara Leigh's historical fictional romance. I love that she is able to write such wonderful stories while keeping it clean. Fun characters and a great plot make for a worthwhile read. Throw in a slight supernatural element such as time travel and we have a winner.

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    12. I really love this author. This was the second book in the series. It started slow but then picked up enough speed that I was excited to read at night. I plan on going on to her next series to read. She really likes the midieval time period, which I now like.

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    13. Collier Morrow is transported from modern day to 1461 as the Yorkists are seizing Strivling Castle, a Lancastrian stronghold. King Edward IV has recently taken the throne from Henry VI and Lancastrians are unsuccessfully attempting to restore Henry to the throne.

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    14. Great book!Enjoyed this time travel novel almost as much as I liked" Dreamspell". Well crafted characters and plot. Though I would like to know how James and Nedie fared!!

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    15. A very well written book, combining Historical Fiction and Time Travel. Very similar in style to Susanna Kearsley, one of my favorite authors.

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    16. I must have read an excerpt from this book before because as I began to read this it sure seemed familiar Mystery solved; I found the excerpt for this book at the end of book #1 in this series. There are a couple of things I really liked in this tale. The first was Collier's profound statement of faith after he is enabled beyond what is naturally possible to rescue Catherine from the stormy sea into which she was swept by a rogue wave. The second was the maturing of Collier as he was given secon [...]

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    17. BE STILL MY HEART! Wow If only time travel were possible Yet. Who knows? Maybe it is and we just don't realize it. Tamara Leigh sure has a way of making it seem possible! With her wonderful descriptions and colorful words she brings to life all things medieval! I got lost in the time of knights, castles, intrigue, romance, and suspense. So much so, I never wanted to come back. I loved how there were little bits and pieces of her first book in the Beyond Time series. Not too much to make you feel [...]

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    18. Time travel with a twist It wasn't that long ago I was thinking how it's always the heroine that travels through time and how I'd love to read a book where it's the Hero who does the time travelling! Tamara Leigh has delivered on this secret desire of mine!Ms Leigh has written yet another hard-to-put-down novel with characters you can't help but love, storylines that take turns you don't expect and perhaps best of all, hints and reminders of previous stories that deliciously tease towards yet an [...]

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    19. A nice twist on time travel romances: Catherine has dreamed of her death, and it begins to play out just as she dreamed, except it's interrupted by a time-traveler who saves her. Then her love has to bring him back.I liked the plot and nice pace to the writing. Collier's trip back in time was way too easy, though, yet I liked that she had to admit her love for him to come back. But it was almost like he simply walked into the room. The ending seemed as if the writer was in a hurry to finish it.

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    20. Quiet life, in whatever timeThis is an interesting dance between time past and the 'now' that weaves a dream the reader wishes to experience in real life. If only but that's what this is for. Reading and dreaming of the past without feeling the pinch of stays or finding the privy is exceptional reading. Tamara Leigh's books are the best and I can't wait for the next one!

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    21. Who knew while waiting on Sir Durant that I would be passified with another awesome time travel tale by Tamara Leigh! Such an interesting plot - how does she come up with these? Haven't read a book of hers I didn't love!

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    22. Tamara Leigh knooooows how to write. This book is no exception! I love how she weaves the characters together, seamlessly through time, and carries us along for the most romantic ride. This rewrite of her ABA original, Unforgotten, needs to belong on your shelf. ❤

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    23. Another exciting , medieval, time travel romance

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