Moments We Forget

Moments We Forget

Jillian Thatcher has spent most of her life playing the family peacemaker, caught in the middle between her driven, talented older sister and her younger, spotlight-stealing twin sisters. Then on the night of her engagement party, a cancer diagnosis threatens to once again steal her chance to shine. Now, Jillian's on the road to recovery after finally finishing chemo and Jillian Thatcher has spent most of her life playing the family peacemaker, caught in the middle between her driven, tale...

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Title:Moments We Forget
Author:Beth K. Vogt
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Genres:Christian Fiction
ISBN:1496427289
Format Type:Hardcover
Number of Pages:448 pages pages

Moments We Forget Reviews

  • Andi
    May 06, 2019
    Like the first book in the series, Things I Never Told You, this book grabbed at my heart. My heart broke and in Ms. Vogt's unique way was put back together again. Families are complicated and there is no other more complicated relationship than that of siblings. It's raw, real, an...
  • Erin Laramore
    Aug 31, 2019
    This was an enjoyable inspirational women's fiction read. This is book 2 in the Thatcher sisters series. While I think the story COULD be told as a stand-alone, this series is best read in order. Book 1 was from the perspective of the youngest Thatcher sister, Payton. This book is from...
  • Karen
    Dec 02, 2019
    I liked this story about never being enough and sisters, but I still don't get why the sisters don't get along. I also found it hard to switch from first person telling for Jullian to third person for Joanna. It felt too abrupt and always made me do a double-take. ...
  • Carole Jarvis
    May 21, 2019
    Reviewed at The Power of Words: https://bit.ly/2DV4GlL Moments We Forget is a moving, character-driven story that quickly captured my interest and never let go. The Thatcher sisters ? Johanna, Jillian, and Payton ? couldn?t feel more real. I?m an only child who has always ye...
  • Jeanne Takenaka
    May 07, 2019
    Moments We Forget, by Beth Vogt, moved me. Just as real-life sisters are different from each other, the Thatcher sisters are each unique, and the tone of this story reflected Jillian?s personality so well. Jillian Thatcher has come out on the other side of her cancer journey and i...
  • Tressa (Wishful Endings)
    May 09, 2019
    MOMENTS WE FORGET is a story about three sisters who haven't gotten along most of their lives who are trying to reconnect and find that there are some things that join them together. Recommended to Women's Fiction and Contemporary Romance readers. The beginning of this story threw m...
  • Casey
    May 14, 2019
    Good women?s fiction resonates and resounds within the heart of the reader; Moments We Forget is just such fiction. Picking up where Things I Never Told You left off, this novel jumps into the middle of Jillian?s life and walks through the hard, hard recovery from a stealing diseas...
  • Sharon Huether
    May 27, 2019
    Three sisters remained, Jillian,Johanna and Payton. the fourth Pepper had died. The sisters got together regularly for their book club. Jillian had beat cancer,but wasn't sure she could have children. Geoff didn't want to adopt. Johanna and Beckett were engaged for a long time. ...
  • Chautona Havig
    May 11, 2019
    The Hardest Thing about This Book and Why I Love It Obviously, the hardest thing about this book should be the cancer?how even after you?ve beaten it, you can lose. Lose your memory, your hopes, your dreams. I won?t pretend that wasn?t hard, but the point of this book is ...
  • Renee
    Mar 08, 2019
    ?But maybe . . . maybe faith wasn?t so much about believing enough. Being enough. Maybe faith was realizing that the truth of who God was, and what He promised, was enough for all her doubts.? The Thatcher sisters?Jillian, Payton, and Johanna?each have their own struggles,...
  • Anne
    Apr 23, 2019
    ?A single thread of hope is still a very powerful thing.? Moments We Forget is an incredibly moving story. I will admit it was hard for me to read. I see parts of myself in all three of the Thatcher sisters. Each one has unique protective measures in place and they?re explored...
  • Susan L. Tuttle
    May 07, 2019
    I've been a fan of Vogt for quite some time, and honestly, I wasn't sure what to expect when she switched from contemporary romance to women's fiction. I picked the first book up in this series because I love her as an author and figured I'd give it a chance, and I'm SO glad I did. I i...
  • Hallie Szott
    May 19, 2019
    Catch up with the Thatcher sisters in Moments We Forget. This is the second book in Beth K. Vogt?s series, following Things I Never Told You, and I highly recommend reading them in order?but don?t worry; they?re both worth it. Sisters Johanna, Jillian, and Payton all encount...
  • Madison
    Apr 19, 2019
    Moments We Forget is the second book in the Thatcher Sister?s series. Moments We Forget continues the story of three sisters, separated by grief and circumstances, slowly working on reconciling as they each face the ups and downs of life. Jillian well knows her role as the middle...
  • Susan Snodgrass
    Apr 10, 2019
    ?It was as if I stood at the edge of an open cavern, peering down into the opaque darkness. How deep was it? And if I slipped would I ever stop falling?? Beth Vogt continues her Thatcher Sisters series with this second in line, featuring Jillian, the middle sister. Jillian is now ...
  • Clara
    Dec 18, 2018
    I completely love this series. The raw, courageous and vulnerable writing. So I devoured this book every chance I got! In the previous book, we learned some of the scars that dictate the Thatcher family dynamics. In the second book, I was glad to get to know Jilly and Johanna much m...
  • Suzie Waltner
    May 09, 2019
    4.5 Stars In the second book in Beth Vogt?s Thatcher Family series, three sisters are having a very challenging year. Moments We Forget is centered around Jillian (the middle sister) but both Payton and Johanna have their moments to. As Jillian?s struggle with being the invis...
  • Tari
    Apr 24, 2019
    Beth Vogt is such a strong voice in women?s fiction. In this second book of the Thacher Sisters, Vogt takes you deeper with emotion and heart on every page. If you fell in love with Payton, Jillian, and Johanna in Things I Never Told You, you will not want to miss this book. ...
  • Joan
    May 03, 2019
    This is the second in a series of three novels covering the stories of sisters. Jillian is the middle sister, the one frequently ignored or otherwise discounted. She was diagnosed with breast cancer in the first novel. We follow her experiences in marriage and other relationships in th...
  • Becky
    May 09, 2019
    Moments We Forget continues the story of the Thatcher sisters, which began in Things I Never Told You (and yes, you really should read the books in order, as much of what happens in this novel was set up in the first book). When this novel begins, middle sister Jillian has beaten breas...
  • Amy
    Mar 01, 2019
    Beth Vogt is the master at writing an emotional filled novel and Moments We Forget is no different. The characters are likeable and relatable going through true to life events. I loved Jillian right the beginning. Having many friends who fought through cancer, I was rooting for her. I ...
  • Rebecca
    Jan 04, 2020
    "If I believe that - that God loves me - then what? . . . . . . .Then your story changes." Jillian Thatcher Hennessy's story was all out of sequence. Her cancer diagnosis had rearranged her life, even stealing parts of it, and now no one; including her husband of one year, or her d...
  • JoAnn
    Apr 07, 2019
    Moments We Forget is an absolutely awesome book and a great addition to the Thatcher Sisters series. I will be impatiently waiting for the next book. The book is well written with a great plot and well developed characters. I really enjoyed Jillian's story about her recovery from breas...
  • Michelle
    Feb 22, 2019
    This is the second book in a series and I highly recommend reading book one. I really enjoy these books because they are set in a place that is familiar to me. The Thatcher sisters are pretty great characters because they are so different and have actual real life issues. Sometimes it ...
  • Mikayla
    Aug 05, 2019
    I really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn't. The mature content, though only ever implied, never talked about (at least as far as I read), was too much for me. I stopped about a hundred pages in, and won't be continuing this series. 8/19 ...
  • Katie  Beth
    Apr 29, 2019
    This is Beth's 2nd book in the Thatcher Sisters Series. After reading the first book (Things I Never Told You) I couldn't wait to read this book. I couldn't stand one of the sisters, loved one, & wanted to get to know one better. This book has made me think about my own journey a...
  • Joan Arning
    Sep 07, 2019
    Moments We Forget is a story of three Thatcher sisters who love and can't stand each other at the same time! This is probably true of most sisters even if we don't admit it! Moments We Forget focuses on the middle sister, Jillian, who has survived breast cancer but has to face the real...
  • Marylin
    Oct 20, 2019
    After reading the first book in this series I went out and bought this one because I just had to know what happens next with this family. Sisters and the dynamics of each role they play are so intriguing to me. I?m the middle sister of a big family and I truly understand all the is...
  • MJSH
    May 07, 2019
    "And me? I would always be the designated driver of the emotional vehicle that carried our merry little trio." Brace yourself for an emotional impact when you pick up this book. This book, written in first person perspective from middle sister Jillian and third person from oldest si...
  • Nicole
    Apr 19, 2019
    Originally posted on Inkwell Inspirations Beth K. Vogt takes readers on an incredible journey in her latest novel Moments We Forget as she further explores the complicated relationships and family dynamics between the three Thatcher sisters - Johanna, Jillian, and Payton. This is th...