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Ratings and Reviews (16 122 star ratings
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    A bit confusing

    This book defiantly has potential. It has a good story behind it, however I found it a little confusing at times. It didn't really flow well. Instead of cliffhangers and suspense I found myself re-reading parts to try to understand how we went from there to here. Overall a good story but not my favorite. I will give broken a shot though.
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    Stirring story

    This story will linger in your head for a long time after the last word is read. It’s deep and dark. Traumatic and mind-bending. There’s so many twists and turns to this story, it barely gives you time to catch your breath. Willow has crafted a roller coaster of a tale, the emotional tugs and flows with break your heart. Robin met Jay as a child when she was kidnapped by his father, the man who tortured Jay. Both children are left traumatised and broken. Somehow, Jay manages to help Robin escape but is left behind. She believes he has died and it’s only 20 years later when she finds out the truth. Jay is alive, but he’s become something else, something that will chill her to the marrow of her bones. His father was a brutal, demonic man. Does the apple fall far from the tree? Jay needs her help and believes she needs his too but- Is he a monster or savior?
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    Intense

    Wow just wow. Words cannot express how phenomenal this book is. It drags you in from the word and doesn't let you breathe till the last words are read. Favorite quotes: Robin ~ "Love isn't something we have to learn though. Love was a given from the moment we saw each other. Something in our very souls told us we were meant to be together." Robin ~ "Stories like ours aren't meant to end like this. It's only because we stay together. Only because our love was stronger than our pain." I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.
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    Amazing

    Even though I understood from the beginning what was happening, it didn't make this story any less powerful. Forget Me Not is a heart-wrenching portrait of a tortured soul and the woman who wants to heal him. It's also a great love story. This book is so moving and mesmerizing that I could not put it down. Forget Me Not is unforgettable (no pun intended!) Willow Winters has taken her writing to a whole new level with this book. I loved it. I voluntarily reviewed an advance reader copy of this book.
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    Unforgettable

    Everyone has a past. It can shape you into who you become or define the way you live. But everyone has a past... Some are sweet. Some bring smiles and wistful glances. Others are the stuff nightmares are made of. And still others lurk just past nightmares into a horror we can only pretend to understand. Forget Me Not was a beautifully dark tale of those hidden horrors no longer lurking in the corner. No, these ones came leaping out and refuse to go back. I am fighting happy/sad/fufilled tears as I type this. I was joking with a friend that I must be deranged for gobbling up the dark romances but I think it's a reminder for us broken ones that there's hope. Look at me waxing poetic...Just remember I like the bad boys, so Jay is MiNE!
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