Forget Me Jane wakes up in the middle of the night her mind void of all memories She doesn t recognize the bedroom her clothes or even her own reflection She quickly learns that a kind old couple has taken h

  • Title: Forget Me
  • Author: Jess Petosa
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 307
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Jane wakes up in the middle of the night, her mind void of all memories She doesn t recognize the bedroom, her clothes, or even her own reflection She quickly learns that a kind old couple has taken her in, and with their help, she decides to let her memories return on their own She starts to work in their bay side cafe, and it s there that she meets Will.Will Davey AJane wakes up in the middle of the night, her mind void of all memories She doesn t recognize the bedroom, her clothes, or even her own reflection She quickly learns that a kind old couple has taken her in, and with their help, she decides to let her memories return on their own She starts to work in their bay side cafe, and it s there that she meets Will.Will Davey A gorgeous, kind local who helps run his parents marina usually shirtless Against their better judgement, Will and Jane dive head first into a relationship What will happen when Jane s memories return, and she learns not only who she is, but what she has left behind

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      Published :2019-09-06T13:08:38+00:00

    About “Jess Petosa

    1. Jess Petosa says:

      Jess Petosa resides in Indiana with her husband, three daughters, and two miniature long haired dachshunds Her imaginative day dreaming led her to a career in writing dystopian and science fiction Young Adult novels Every now and then she dabbles in romance novels as well.You can find her on Facebook under Jess Petosa and Instagram jesspetosa.



    2 thoughts on “Forget Me

    1. I was excited about the concept of this book. The beginning was great, but for some reason I kept thinking the characters were maybe 18 years old, not their actual age which is much older. Again the beginning was the best part of this book, the ending totally lost it for me. I guess since I felt the characters were younger than what they were I wasn't expecting the turn the book took. Maybe I just wish the story would have taken a different route, but I just thought it was okay. Was actually dis [...]

    2. If you can get past the fact that the main character doesn't seem to care that she's got amnesia, it's a cute story.

    3. AFTER I READ SOME OF THE OTHER REVIEWS FOR THIS BOOK I WAS A LITTLE HESITANT TO READ IT BUT IM GLAD I DID. I LIKED THE STORY LINE AND THE CHARACTERS WERE RELATE-ABLE. HOWEVER THROUGHOUT THE ENTIRE BOOK I FELT LIKE THE CHARACTERS WERE ABOUT 16 TO 20 AT THE MOST. SO EVERY TIME I READ ABOUT CERTAIN SITUATIONS THAT JANE WAS IN I HAD TO SHAKE MY HEAD AND REMIND ME SHE WAS OLDER. ALSO IT SEEMED TO TAKE FOREVER FOR THE BOOK TO PROGRESS. ALOT OF THE MEMORIES SEEMED LIKE THEY COULD HAVE COME BACK AT EARL [...]

    4. This is a story about a girl who has to rediscover herself after losing her memories. I started this book at 10 pm last night and finished it at 430 am. That should tell you something right there. I may be tired today but it was worth it. SPOILER!!! My only complaint would be that I felt the story between Jason and Melissa resolved too quickly but even then it was nice there just acceptance without a lot of angst that most books have. I just kept thinking he's not going to fight? but really ther [...]

    5. When Jane stumbles into a sleepy harbor village in Maine she has no memory of who she is or where she's come from. Taken in by a kind elderly couple and given work at a local cafe, she begins to build a new life for herself Including a new love interest, Will Davey. But her past looms just around the corner and she can't hide forever.This novel is well written, easy to read and leaves you wanting more. The easy relationship that develops between Jane and Will is one that all hopeless romantics l [...]

    6. I really enjoyed this story! Having read Ms. Petosa's other works, Exceptional and Rogue, I was unsure how I was going to like this story. It definitely goes it a different direction, as there is no sci-fi/dystopian aspect of it. But I really liked it! I felt drawn to the characters and pulled into the story to find out what happened up until the very end! I even find myself wanting to know more about what happens after the book ends! Loved it!

    7. Great read! Jump in if you're looking for a beach getaway!-- sand not included.This was a fun, easy vacation to Maine. The story was interesting, well developed, and a medium-light read. Not too light, or too heavy A good story with twists and depth, and a sense of wonderment and escape. It was hard to put down! I feel like I really went on vacation! Other than a couple of hardly noticeable typos, no complaints.

    8. I don't like where Jess Potasa took the story. If you've read any of my reviews you'll understand I'm really sensitive about the books I read so I understand if this isn't considered "bad" for others. It just got a little to sensual for me

    9. This book was very interesting in the way that the characters were developed throughout the novel. I always wanted her to be with (spoiler alert!) Will! Yeah! Nice read for the day if you need a little something to do!

    10. Overall, it was a good story and I enjoyed it. It was a little predictable in a few places. Characters were developed well and you could easily sympathize with them. It is a nice light read.

    11. Pretty good for a quick readI enjoyed it. had some typos, but all in all a fun read and good story. I enjoyed it playing out in my head and I was glad it ended the way it did.

    12. I loved this book, a classic love story but with an awesome twist. I really really loved this book and was sad it was over,

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