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Remember Me Forever (Lovely Vicious Book 3) Kindle Edition
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It opens several months after the funeral and Isis is trying to get on with her life in the wake of Jack's sudden departure. She moves to college, strikes up some new friendships and is trying to move forward when Nameless shows up on campus. Then Jack makes an appearance and her heart starts to hurt all over again. Jack is battling his feelings and he's determined to stay away from Isis before he ruins another girl that he loves.
I enjoyed that we got dual POV here and it helped because otherwise, I think I would have done a total U-turn on my feelings for Jack. He's in a whole world of pain and shutting Isis out from misguided protection, but at least I could understand where it was coming from.
Isis is her usual crazy, nutty self and I loved how she didn't apologize for that. I felt her fear with Nameless but she was strong and brave in the end confrontation.
When our couple finally admits their feelings the romance was everything I had been hoping for and more. This pair is so perfect together and I loved it!
I love my angst and drama and this book had enough of that to hold my attention. I also adore Sara's writing style and her prose is great. Without a shadow of a doubt, the best thing about this series are the two mains and the funny witty banter between them. Sometimes Isis behavior was downright cringy but I've got to give kudos to Sara for creating a unique, refreshingly different one a kind female heroine. She has her flaws and her strengths and she undergoes great development as the series progresses. Jack is an unlikely male hero in some ways but no less interesting and definitely swoon worthy.Read more ›
To be honest this book throws you into the deep end that is Isis and it was a bit of a culture shock!!!
I really loved her wit and sarcasm in the first two books but at times in this third instalment her character was just hard work!
Isis and Jack are now at college and there’s a whole new dynamic between them. Jack has a whole new profession which is ridiculous yet perfect for our stoic anti-hero. This book is all about the Isis and Jack love story, but it is literally the least romantic book in the world!!!
I missed Jack and Isis’s barbs and insults; I missed the evil, vindictive games they played with each other. I actually struggled with this book and at times I did consider giving it up for a loss, I just didn’t connect with this book in the way that I did the others in the series.
Isis still has a serious case of verbal diarrhoea and at times her diatribes wandered off in completely random directions.
I did love that she finally faced up to nameless and she kicked ass!!!!
I’m happy with the way this book ended but I feel a bit more like I survived this book than actually enjoyed it.
Brutal Precious gets 3 stars from me.
I am now a huge fan of Sara Wolf thank u for such a beautiful and funny story!!
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This is an amazing book and I recommend people to read it, like five times because it that good.read itPublished on 10 Mar. 2015 by Katie Bailey
I loved all 3 books in the lovely vicious serious. The style of writing often had me laughing and kept me on my toes. Loved it.Published on 12 Feb. 2015 by kelly mcalister
I love, love, love this whole trilogy! I would definitely recommend these books - but start from the beginning! The third book does not disappoint and I liked the finish.Published on 28 Nov. 2014 by Kindle Customer
Amazing, Isis and her sassyness keep ringing true in this book and I love it so much, a brilliant ending to an awesome bookPublished on 9 Sept. 2014 by Anonymous