"Forgotten Dreams is both credible and compelling. Georgia Wright has taken great care in trying to craft an interesting novel that treats sexuality honestly and respects Christian values. She is a capable writer and storyteller, and the story comes together naturally, maintaining reader interest throughout."
Excerpt from ForeWord Clarion Reviews
Are some dreams more important than others?
Susan Taggart is a 56-year-old woman, long-divorced, estranged from her only surviving child, and recently laid off from her job of nineteen years. Alone and struggling, she faces a new set of fears when a stranger shows romantic interest, including the resurrection of an impossible childhood dream. Can she stop that dream from ruining a promising new future?
Susan begins to allow herself to hope again, but just as things seem like they’re headed in the right direction, she’s confronted by a sinister figure who threatens her life, her dreams, and everything she holds dear.
Forgotten Dreams is a simple love story that reveals insights into the full scope of the main character’s fears and feelings, including her sexuality. Susan isn’t an epic heroine, and she doesn’t change the entire world, but she does have faith, hope, and love.
This first-of-a-kind inspirational romance is a Christian-oriented novel, but is also sexually-explicit. While sex is only one of many factors in making a strong marriage, it is a very important one. This approach to storytelling is intended to encourage husbands and wives to consider the full expression of the physical and emotional aspects of God’s design in marriage, through the example of a fictional character’s doubts as she tries to prayerfuly face issues of desire, lust, and trust.
MATURE CONTENT: The sample chapters here contain sexual temptations, discussions, and some sexual terms in descriptions of the main character's private thoughts. Later parts of the book (not in these free sample chapters) include sexually-explicit scenes between husband and wife and one scene of moderate violence.