Skip to main content

Review: Forget Me Not by Willow Winters

I fell in love with a boy a long time ago. 

I was only a small girl. Scared and frightened, I was taken from my home and held against my will. His father hurt me, but he protected me and kept me safe as best he could. 

Until I left him. 

I ran the first chance I got and even though I knew he wasn’t behind me, I didn’t stop. The branches lashed out at me, punishing me for leaving him in the hands of a monster. 

I’ve never felt such guilt in my life.

Although I survived, the boy was never found. I prayed for him to be safe. I dreamed he’d be alright and come back to me. Even as a young girl I knew I loved him, but I betrayed him. 

Twenty years later, all my wishes came true. 

But the boy came back a man. With a grip strong enough to keep me close and a look in his eyes that warned me to never dare leave him again. I was his to keep after all. 

Twenty years after leaving one hell, I entered another. Our tale was only just getting started. 

It’s dark and twisted.

But that doesn’t make it any less of what it is. 

A love story. Our love story.


The blurb caught my eye and I wanted to give this book a shot. Sadly it didn't work in my favor at all. The whole time reading  I felt like something was missing. The main characters each have a dark past that's connected but we didn't get much backstory. We are mainly focused on 20 years later and the healing process. I felt if there was more backstory from there past I would have been able to connect to the story and enjoyed it much better. I couldn't feel the connection with the characters either. Once I finished the story I saw that the prequel was in the back of the book. I wished it would have been in the front of the book and maybe I would have enjoyed it better. The story had a lot of potential but sadly it fell flat for me. 

2 Book Corner Stars 

*ARC REVIEW*

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Sales and Freebies!!!

Here's a list of book sales that are currently ongoing.  Just a heads up that I'm using affiliate links. Basically what that means is, if you purchase a book through my link, I get some pocket change. Any money made will be used for giveaways on my Facebook page, Shelly's Book Corner . This is at NO extra cost to you! Happy One Clicking!!


All books posted are Shelly's Book Corner recommended authors! 

Prices may vary from date of posting.Please double check before buying.




Audio Release: Ends Here by M.Robinson

ENDS HERE AUDIOBOOK IS LIVE FROM USA TODAY BESTSELLING AUTHOR M. ROBINSON
NARRATORS: Marnye Young, Conner Goff PRODUCED BY: Silverton Agency COVER DESIGN: The Final Wrap COVER MODEL: Marshall Perrin SYNOPSIS: Ashes to ashes. Dust to dust. And all that fucking shit. I had killed. I had sacrificed. The innocent and the corrupt. I knew blood and I knew violence. Never imagining I could know love too. Mia Ryder was a woman to love. To cherish. To fucking claim. Now, forever, and every day in between. If there was anyone I’d go to Hell and back for, it was her. Even if it meant, going to war with…

Review: Strung Out by Lyrica Creed

Title: Strung Out
Author: Lyrica Creed
Genre: Contemporary Romance/Rockband Romance/Stepbrother Romance Series: Yes but ends with a HEA and can be read as a standalone
Blurb: Finding my best friend and getting the hell out of California is top priority. Especially as the relationship with my rockstar stepbrother becomes more complicated with each passing day...

I’m on the tour bus partying!

The text from my best friend, Ivy, is one of her last. When weeks stretch with no further contact, I travel to L.A. to track down the band known as Rageon and find Ivy.

As the daughter of a groupie mom, and of a rock star father who fatally overdosed, I know the dangers of the world my friend disappeared into.

My ex-stepbrother, Gage, a musician who’s just come off tour invites me to crash at his place.

The last time I saw Gage in person, we were teens. He's everywhere on social media, so I’m prepared for the tattoo-covered rocker who answers my knock. What I’m not expecting to find is the sweet, s…