Forget Me Not (Bookshelf eBook)
Dalton McNamara is returning to the country where he was held in brutal captivity, to the place where his leg was crudely amputated, to the land where his friends died. Dalton is on his way to Vietnam. But this time it will be different. This time his new wife Paige and his daughter Skyler are with him. Together, they are on a mission of healing and hope — a trip that will quickly become the adventure of a lifetime.\n\n
\n\nThe McNamaras are in search of Skyler’s Vietnamese mother’s family, a journey that will wind them through a remote countryside where people still struggle to survive — even if it means working outside the law. Soon the Daltons discover that becoming too friendly with some people can be dangerous, even lethal, especially if you are an American.\n\n
\n\nIn this captivating sequel to Timeless Moments, best-selling author Michele Ashman Bell evokes heartrending insights and emotions wrapped around an unforgettable adventure.\n
About the Author
Michele Ashman Bell grew up in St. George, Utah, where she met her husband, Gary, at Dixie College. They are the proud parents of four children: Weston, Kendyl, Andrea, and Rachel.
A favorite pastime of Michele’s is supporting her children in all of their activities, traveling both in and outside the United States with her husband and family, and doing research for her books. She also scuba dives. Aside from being a busy wife and mother, Michele is an aerobics instructor at the Life Centre Athletic Club near her home.
Michele is the best-selling author of several books and a Christmas booklet and has also written children’s stories for the Friend magazine.
Michele Ashman Bell outdoes herself on this one
by Jennie - reviewed on January 05, 2005
Michele's books are always great reads, but this one shows an exceptional sensitivity. It is well-researched and absorbing from start to finish.
One amazing and heartbreaking novel!!!!!!
by Teri - reviewed on September 15, 2005
I absolutely adored this gem of a sequel to Timeless Moments. Seeing Vietnam and her people from the aftermath of that horrendous and needless war was so gratifying and heartbreaking. Michele has outdone herself on this one with the many wonderful characters and the showing of how the war traumatized its people. It brought home the true humbleness and simplicity of the people there. Michele's insights are remarkable, it was like being there. Thanks Michele.