Title: Forget Me Not
Author: Willow Winters
Genre: Romantic Suspense
POV: First Person – Multiple
Robin Everly had a harrowing childhood. As a psychologist, it was her job to help people cope with trauma, but she herself needed help especially when the past came barreling back.
Growing up, Jay knew suffering first hand. Years may have passed and the scars fading, yet the wound still festering inside. With help from his friend John, he wanted her back no matter what the consequences.
I knew this book is my kind of book the moment I realize which direction it’s going. It had a huge potential but I was a little disappointed it wasn’t utilized properly.
She wants me to punish her. I will. She wants me to have her. I’ll take every piece of her and leave her with nothing.
I like all the characters and how they played their role in the storyline. But there’s one big question regarding the past that was never answered. It would have tightened up the story, giving it the anchor it needed.
Even though I suspected and guessed the plot correctly, I enjoyed the journey in discovering the answer. It kept me glued to the story while trying to put the pieces together. Some parts felt disjointed but it was possibly done on purpose. Another thing is, I wish the romance part was established better.
She makes me feel a side of me I’ve never known. She makes me want more. And I want her all to myself.
Forget Me Not is a story of broken people helping each other to glue back their shattered pieces. It would appeal to fans of romantic suspense with a hint of dark.
There’s a prequel at the end of the book. I read it before the main story and I think it’s the best way to go because it helped added more impact and intrigue to the book.
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