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Forget You Not: A Reclusive Novel Kindle Edition
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Forget you not is an insta-love romance and second chance romance.
When lark and Rowen first meet at the diner where Lark is working it's love at first sight and Rowen tells lake exactly how he feels and they both feel the chemistry and the connection. Rowen lets Lark know he wants to explore his feelings he is having for her and will wait for her until her shift ends, only when her shift ends Rowen has gone.
From that brief encounter Lark holds a grudge and for years it effects her life and just that one encounter increased her abandonment issues.
Lark doesn't let any man disappoint her now and she uses them for one thing which is sex.
Lark's character; I found her behaviour odd for a counsellor, someone who supposedly guides people and gives life instruction to circumstances.
When Lark and Rowen see each other again years later at an engagement party they recognise each other instantly but Lark decides to play hard to get and her attitude is one of a woman scorned. I couldn't get my head around Larks attitude and behaviour and her ability to hold a grudge that long over a brief encounter.
Lark's character wasn't likeable to me although near the end I did warm to her as Rowen broke down her barriers.
Rowen is a sickly sweet romantic guy and does everything he can to make Lark see he is the man for her and what they felt years ago was the same only circumstance won't stop him this time.
A good story, ideal for a lazy Sunday afternoon with swoon worthy overload coming from Rowen.
My first book by this author and there were a lot of interaction with characters from the previous book so it was good reading about those to if you have read the previous book you get more of those characters which I always like in a series if you loved previous characters.
Harloe Rae's writing is easy to follow, told in first person dual pov. I would read other books by this author the story just wasn't enough for a reader like me who likes angst and drama.
Arc gratefully received by the author for review purposes
This is my first read from this author but is the second book of the Reclusive Novel although can be read on its own. This is a love at first sight/second chance romance written in dual points of view and in which some of the secondary characters are from the first book and play considerable roles in this story.
Lark was working as a waitress in Brack’s Box when she met Rowen for the first time. They immediately felt the connection but their special moment was cut short. Seven years later they met again but Lark has acquired a lot of emotional baggage and Rowen who was in the military is now back and aims to win her trust.
The first half of the book was quite slow to my liking. Lark who is now in her twenties is the bitter, untrusting heroine who is not into relationships. “I kissed a lot of frogs during my search for “Mister Right” and with each failed attempt at finding love, my sensitive heart hardened and I became bitter. Metaphorical scars marred my body from each time I was burned by a man. Every let down felt like another lash ripping away my hope and belief in happily ever after.” How can Rowen convince her that everything is different the second time around and to give him a second chance?
Rowen is a very likeable guy and I give him an A + for his efforts to win back the girl. Sweet, romantic and persistent, he will make you swoon. Their best friends Willow and Xander who were the main characters in the first Reclusive Novel, Redefining Us are both connected to Lark and Rowen’s tale. All throughout the book everything was hearts and roses and hot sex, too smooth sailing and borderline boring but the story kicked it up a notch during the last 20% of the book. The story flowed smoothly, the main characters’ banter a bit clichéd but the sex is quite hot so it’s worth a read.
But he wasn’t in the story alone, nope his muse, the object of not only his attention but also his affections was the delightful Lark and between them, they were brought to life the most beautiful story (well, I know the author did but you know what I mean!)
I was a little frustrated at times with the glorious Lark, she seemed to dig her heels in and I just wanted to look her in the eye and tell her to get with the program because if she didn’t want Rowen I was more than willing to take him off her hands.
I adored the way he adored her and that he didn’t give in, in his desire to show her just how much she meant to him.
This was like sitting on the shoulder of your bestie watching their world unfold and whooping from that lofty position as they finally get what you have secretly been praying for and for this pair I wanted a future that was worthy of them because not everything would have been, they deserved the best and with Ms Rae at the helm that is exactly what they got.
I felt so many emotions as the book unfurled and almost every one of them was euphoric but when it finished…well, I felt lonely, sad to say goodbye.
Magnificent work! Very Highly recommended.
What started out as a love at first sight turned into a battle of willpower and wits as Row and Lark both try to make the other give in to their wants! Who gets to be the victor in this clash of wills!!!
I was provided a copy for review purposes.
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