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    Not Just an NA Romance

    Much thanks to NetGalley and Tule Publishing for this complimentary copy. This review is voluntary and opinions are fully my own. 📚 Series: Yes. 2nd, but can be read as a standalone. 📚 Genre: New Adult Romance 📚 POV: Third person 📚 Cliffhanger: No ⚠ Content Warnings: Alcoholism. Emotional and Physical Abuse. ⚠ Read if: you want a romance read that's not just about romance. Forgot Me is a good story about a second chance romance. Laurel moves back to manage their family bar after her father's death. She plans on making it a better 'gastropub' to everyone's disagreement. She meets Jonah, her ex, her father's ex friend and an alcoholic, like her father, too. This is a story about forgiveness and family. This is really not just about the romance. The romance parts will inserted here and there, and are actually quite sweet. What made me like this book is it showed how people handled grief as well as how people rise up from all the extreme unfortunes that just happens in life sometimes. ☁ THE CRITERIA ☁ 🌻 Blurb:⭐⭐⭐⭐ 🌻 Hero:⭐⭐⭐ 🌻 Heroine:⭐⭐⭐⭐ 🌻 Support Characters:⭐⭐⭐⭐ 🌻 Writing Style:⭐⭐⭐ 🌻 Character Development:⭐⭐⭐ 🌻 Romance:⭐⭐⭐ 🌻 Pacing:⭐⭐⭐⭐ 🌻 Ending:⭐⭐⭐ 🌻 Page Turner:⭐⭐⭐ 🌻 Book Cover:⭐⭐⭐⭐ ☁FINAL VERDICT: 3.45/5 ☁
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    Forget Me - a satisfying book

    FORGET ME by Kimberley Ash is the second in a series but could certainly be read on its own. Former high school sweethearts Jonah and Laurel are thrown together again 10 years later when Laurel returns to her hometown to try to save the family bar. Her alcoholic father has recently died from that disease and her mother is too depressed to help Laurel or her younger brother, who may be headed down the same path as their father. Jonah is a recovering alcoholic who sobered up after his behavior while drinking cost him his relationship with Laurel. Though now sober, he still holds on to unresolved family issues that make him leery of a close relationship. He is a successful psychologist but seems unable to apply any insights into his own thinking. The fact that Laurel’s life revolves around a bar adds more tension to their rekindled relationship. Ash’s handling of alcoholism and its effects on a wide range of people is insightful and provides a satisfying and emotional read that left me rooting for this couple. I’m eager to read the other two books in the series. Thanks to Net Galley for providing me a chance to give my honest opinion of this book.
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    Definitely worth it!

    A heartwarming romance about second chances and learning to allow oneself to fall in love. The chemistry between Laurel and Jonah was steamy hot and you're able to feel it through the pages. Their personalities mesh well together and when old family drama starts to broke down what they thought was a solid relationship you can't help but root for them to fight through the chaos to end up together. This fun and sexy read definitely landed Kimberley Ash in my must read list.
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    Contemporary Romance

    This was a complimentary copy from netgalley - many thanks This is the 2nd in a series but I read this as a standalone and feel it does work as a standalone novel This is a romance that is more than a romance. It deals with some very heavy threads - alcoholism and physical abuse so feel this would work as a book club book very well - lots to pick up on and discuss A good, second chance romance - more real life than the usual girl meets boy, girl loses boy with a misunderstanding, misunderstanding sorted, happily every after - if this is what floats your boat this might not be for you. Personally, I liked the premise - it works for me - real life romance does not necessarily end with a happy ever after but is sometimes a bit messily ever after! .I liked this - well written rounded characters Would recommend as a book club or holiday read
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    Second Chance Romance

    Forget Me is the second book I have read by Kimberley Ash recently. This is a writer that takes has taken alcoholism by the horns showing the destruction not only to the individual but also to the family, including generational fallout as well. It is all wrapped up in a second chance romance between two small town individuals. Also it has a strong focus making choices. Laurel Moore has seemingly given up her dream to return home after her father’s death. I so admired her for not giving her dreams up but being able to redo her dream to fit the reality in which she finds herself. As for Jonah Gardiner, he is a man who was able to change his path by making different choices. Years earlier his relationship with Laurel ended poorly. Now there is a second chance if they are ready. I appreciated that they have a history, being older and wiser. Heartfelt story with people that I learned to cared and hope that they find love. An ARC of the book was given to me by the publisher through Net Galley which I voluntarily chose to read and reviewed. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
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