Mormon converts--Fiction; Mormon women--Fiction; Nurses--Fiction; Wales--Fiction; Utah--Fiction; Christian fiction, American; Love stories, American.
After four years of nursing school, Sarah Lewis has returned home to her tiny Welsh villiage of Pen-Y-Bryn, to live, to work, and to thrill audiences with her gifted harp playing. She loves the peace and beauty of her village, nut findes her serenity shattered by the arrival of two Americans- Iris Pearson, and her handsome son, Brian- looking for answers about their famous ancestors.
The disappearance of Glyn Jones and Mary Williams from the villiage in 1881 has been the subject of speculation, rumors, and out-right lies for over 100 years. When the Pearsons arrive, claiming to be Glyn's and Mary's decendants, some old questions are answered, but new, painful mysteries emerge.
Sarah is intrigued by, then attracted to Brian- until she discovers that he is a Mormon. Torn between the horrible things she's heard about his religion, and her growing affection for Brian, Sarah decided to take a chance . . . if only to help hum with his search.
Forgotten Notes, by Welsh author Sian Ann Bessey, is an enchanting, romantic novel about one woman's resistance to true love, a family's search for truth, the redemption of a divided villiage, and the mysterious, long-lost letters that will solve everything. [publisher's blurb]