Remember No More

When Kiri Karaitiana returns to her native New Zealand, there is little about her future that has any certainty Dark secrets line her past, and a serious illness forces her to accept the assistance of Dan Harvey a stranger in her new ward As she finds herself becoming closer to Dan, Kiri wonders if she will ever be worthy of the love of a good man The last thing Dan wanWhen Kiri Karaitiana returns to her native New Zealand, there is little about her future that has any certainty Dark secrets line her past, and a serious illness forces her to accept the assistance of Dan Harvey a stranger in her new ward As she finds herself becoming closer to Dan, Kiri wonders if she will ever be worthy of the love of a good man The last thing Dan wants is a serious relationship right now But the beautiful, complex Kiri enters his carefully constructed world, and he can t refuse his growing feelings for her When Dan learns of Kiri s secrets, he realizes that together they must confront her past or their relationship will be forever torn apart In a novel as memorable and dramatic as the New Zealand landscape, Pamela Reid has crafted a tender story of two souls who struggle to find ultimate redemption through forgiveness, acceptance, and the power of true love.
Remember No More When Kiri Karaitiana returns to her native New Zealand there is little about her future that has any certainty Dark secrets line her past and a serious illness forces her to accept the assistance of

  • Title: Remember No More
  • Author: Pamela Carrington Reid
  • ISBN: 9781591568582
  • Page: 418
  • Format: Paperback
  • 1 thought on “Remember No More”

    1. Remember No More By Pamela ReidRemember no more is a book written for young adults and teens. The main issue in this book is that Kiri is dependent on her own and doesn't want to let anyone in her life. She doesn't want to let people in because of the physical and sexual abuse she went through as a child. The settings in the story are the cabin, Ted and Winnies house, and Dan's house that he grew up in. The characters in the book are Dan, Kiri, Ted, Winnie, Koro, and Herewini. The antagonist is [...]

    2. So far I find Reid's stories and characters to be genuine and intriguing and these were no exception. As other reviews have stated, the romance itself was a little trite, but the realistic dealing with and healing from childhood abuse was moving and eye-opening for one who has been lucky enough to never experience that. I was grateful that the descriptions of the abuse were minimal and vague; the author chose to focus on the healing necessary and the pain that leaves when you finally allow the S [...]

    3. Truthfully, I really struggled with this book at first. I actually just about didn't finish it.ral times. I put it down first after reading the prologue. I am not a huge fan of stories about abuse like Kiri went through and just wasn't sure I was up to the drama. I obviously picked it back up and am now glad I finished it. I did read a couple other books at the same time I was making my way through this one. I believe the author handled the story very well and portrayed a lot of emotion that is [...]

    4. Set in New Zealand, this book was about Kiri, a young woman who was sexually and physically abused by her family all of her life. She finally was able to escape and make something of her life, but, of course, she was afraid of any kind of relationship. However, she fell in love with Dan and he with her. The romance was rocky, but everything turned out great in the end.This was an okay book. I liked the descriptions of New Zealand. I thought the romance was a little "cheesy"--the butterflies in t [...]

    5. Kiri has tried to put her abusive childhood behind her and move on with her life. But, moving on is hard when she's held back by guilt and feeling that she's unworthy of love and happiness.The main idea of the story was good, but the delivery was lacking. It was a challenge to finish.I'd love to visit New Zealand someday, so I enjoyed the tidbits I learned about New Zealand and the Maori people.

    6. Once again she set her story in New Zealand. Some of her characters were from the first book she had written. This one was about a girl being sexually & physically abused as a child. This leaves her feeling she is not worthy of the love of a good man. She struggles with acceptance,& forgiveness. The nice thing about her is her desire to make something of her life in spite of the things that have happened to her.

    7. I thought this book was pretty good. Abuse is just not my favorite story line, however the author did a good job presenting the subject and the main character's struggle to overcome it and forgive. Could be a good theraputic book for someone struggling with their own abuse. The rommance was definately a plus and I enjoyed the way she got her happy ending.

    8. It was a story about a girl that had lived with abuse from her family for years. She got old enough to leave and made a good life for herself. She came in contact with a wonderful family who took her in and loved her and helped her heal.It is so sad people have to go through abuse and I'm glad it didn't talk about that part too much.

    9. Kiri is befriended by Ted and Winnie (previous characters). She learns from them what a loving family is and that she is worthy of love and happiness. Revealing her horrific childhood and facing her grandfather begins the healing process.

    10. I liked the New Zealand culture depicted in the book, and how the main character Kiri was depicted, but I felt it had poor character development and very one dimensional personalities. The romance didn't seem realistic.

    11. The book was well written I just thought that the story it's self was kind of sad and just interestingI am just glad she was able to get over her "problems" and in the end and move on.

    12. This was an LDS romantic novel that tackled some really deep topics, and did so delicately while dealing with the need for love and healing and faith to overcome trials.

    13. This womans books are well written and rather low key. I don't keep feeling that I cannot put it down, but she is an excellent writer as compared to some LDS fiction writers.

    14. This book was so poorly written that I didn't even make it past the 2nd chapterI put it down quickly because I was so disgusted with how lame it was.

    15. If I could I would give it 3 1/2 stars. It was a short book so it made it seem like the issues the characters had to over come were so easy. And thats just not how it is in real life.

    16. Oh man this totally had a weird conincidance of a name! but other than that it was a good short little read.

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