How do you tell a man there is something wrong with his child?
NY Times & USA Today bestselling author Lorhainne Eckhart brings you an emotional Friessen family novel about ‘A woman finding her strength, a child finding love and support, a healing of family, and a complicated love story.’
“This is by far one of the best books I have read. Lorhainne Eckhart proved herself 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
“Ms. Eckhart has crafted a delightful story with engaging characters, enough drama for a Hallmark movie, and enough unconditional love to last a lifetime.”—BLACK RAVEN'S REVIEWS, Rated 5 Ravens and a Recommended Read by AJ
“I didn't expect I'd fall for the four main characters as hard as I did, but The Forgotten Child is an amazing book, not just for a romance fan like myself, but for single parents who may or may not have a child with autism.” — Reviewer — Adria
In THE FORGOTTEN CHILD, Brad Friessen wasn't looking to love again. But what he got was a woman who shook his lonely bitter world upside down, and touched him in a way no other woman could.
I love romance and mystery and children so this book was right up my alley. I love the intensity of the characters also. The only thing I didn't like was the dullness of the female lead character. After getting to know the male lead and after meeting the estranged wife, a normal female would be sharper. She would question the other female's motives and attribute most tragedies to that female NOT blame the male. Emily thinks Brad is lying and conniving when she is aware that those traits are not in line with his character. She also knows that the blonde wifey is not so nice. So why would she believe anything that wifey says? That was the only unrealistic aspect of the story. But I still love the story line.
I could not get enough of this story. Thanks for bringing awareness to readers about autism. Although the story was sad and very emotional, there’s a lot of information for parents and family members of autistic children. Thank you for being an advocate.
2nd attempt to read this book. Kudos to author for bringing to light a truly misunderstood and misdiagnosed brain disorder that not enough is said or done about. Just didn’t care for the immature main characters.