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  • Prequel to Forget Me Not

    You need to read this before you read Forget Me Not. It introduces you to the main characters and you find out how they met and some of the stuff they went through. I'm looking forward to Forget Me Not.

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  • An introduction to hell.

    This was a quick, but very dark prelude to Forget Me Not. It was only a ten minute read but it certainly set me up for the main event.

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  • Teaser...

    A good prequel, it gives insight on why and how Robin had been taken. Barely there glemps of how two young lives were brought together before reading Forget Me Not. I look forward to reading the entire story...

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  • A Well Written & Captivating Short Prequel

    This short prequel gives the smallest glimpse into the dark, crazy world that the boy's father orchestrates and the boy & Robin must endure. My heart breaks for the boy, who now must obey his father, or subject Robin to who-knows-what at the hands of his father. Well written and captivating, this prequel is the perfect introduction to Robin and the boy (Jay) when they are children as they learn that they will need to endure together. You will definitely want to read Forget Me Not after you read this prequel. Forget Me Not picks up 10 years after the prequel and is another 5 star book IMO!

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  • Intense and emotional

    An intense story with a protagonist suffering abuse. As the prequel to Forget Me Not, I could understand the protagonists better. Strong emotions that made way to read and feel the protagonists distraught in Forget Me not. Well written prequel

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