Sunday, July 2, 2017

Review: Forgetting You, Forgetting Me

Forgetting You, Forgetting Me Forgetting You, Forgetting Me by Monica James
My rating: 5 of 5 stars

'Forgetting You, Forgetting Me' By Monica James is the story of Lucy, Sam and Saxon.
This does end with a cliffhanger... to keep their story going into the next book.
I will tell you now that I think this is the best book Ms. James has written so far. It takes you on a great emotional roller coaster ride that you just have to hand on to your book and keep going!
Lucy was adopted by very loving parents and from a early teen years started to have a crush on Sam. Sam and Saxon were very different brothers on the inside but on the outside it was hard to tell them apart unless they showed their character differences. But Lucy just knew she loved Sam and they did progress to dating, living together and then getting engaged. But on the day of their wedding, Sam was in a serious car accident. Now everything had changed from having it all to not sure what you are doing. Saxon has been estranged from his family and they don't even acknowledge him when the Dr ask if there are any siblings we could notify in case blood or a kidney might be needed. Lucy is the one that tells the Dr that there is a brother and makes the call for him to come home.
Things for Lucy and Sam are no longer certain due to his mental health and now that Saxon is back...Lucy is finding him way to attractive. Saxon has step up help support Lucy while Sam is not being his normal self to Lucy. Which is opening new feelings for Lucy and wondering if she may have picked the wrong brother.
Just loved this book....can't wait to see where their story goes!
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