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Forgotten Memories

Forgotten Memories

591 Reads 31 Votes 5 Part Story
Jennifer By Jemn1611 Updated Apr 04, 2011

Nora just wants her life back to normal. No more secrets from her dad, no more drama from her so called friends and she believes staying with her Aunt for her gap year to be the key to this. Little does she know that as soon as she arrives strange things start to happen. Soon one thing leads to another and Nora is forced to rely on a stranger, but will this prove to be the best outcome for her as she starts to fall head over heels for the mysterious John. What happened when not all is as it seems and there really is a reason her dad kept his family secret. But what could it be?

chanson chanson Jun 27, 2011
I like the originality. You also use good description and details. I loved it! Voted! 
Jemn1611 Jemn1611 Mar 21, 2011
@Choppy Thanks so much for the possitive comment :) and i will be sure to check out your story soon :) I'll go add it to my libiray now 
Jemn1611 Jemn1611 Mar 15, 2011
@emilyrb Thaks for the read :) I'm glad you like it :) that really means so much to me. I dont really like tjoses kind of diary entry storys either so i try not to do it. Thank you for the very possitive feedback. :)
Jemn1611 Jemn1611 Mar 15, 2011
@iluvdance117 thank you! For both the fan and vote :) the plot line is a bit rusty so I'm glade youvlike it hopefully the story will be a lot more exciting from my next upload (chapter 4) thanks again :) 
Jemn1611 Jemn1611 Mar 14, 2011
@ColorfulQuirks thank you! I shall be sure to correct that soon thanks again for the feedback :) it's appreciated 
ColorfulQuirks ColorfulQuirks Mar 14, 2011
It's a good plotline and an amazing idea, but you need to combine sentences. Such as:
                              "The steep looking pieces of wood falling over each other. Surrounded the over grown garden."
                              It'd be good as:
                              "The steep looking pieces of wood falling over each other surrounded the overgrown garden."