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Seeing the man who broke her heart so many years ago, Sadie does what she can to avoid the inevitable; fall for Casey again and confront their past about the baby she gave up for adoption. When avoidance doesn’t work with Casey, she does the next best thing, lie.

With Casey trying to gain her trust and forgiveness, he can only believe what she tells him, ultimately deciding she is more important than finding out about the baby.

When the truth unravels, Sadie and Casey must decide if they can forgive each other and move forward. In the end, will the lies she told to keep them apart, or will it be the truth she’s been hiding for the last five years?


Forgetting Finnley by heather cratchley is a good, and enjoyable broken heart lost love romance read. The story has a good world building story line. The characters are good, and they have good chemistry. This story is an entertaining romance read that is warm, and tender. I received an advance review copy for free, and I am leaving this review voluntarily.  Reviewed byKim W

Forgetting Finnley by Heather Cratchley

  • 978-1-990066-34-4

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