Customer Reviews for

Forget Me Not

Average Rating 3.5
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  • Anonymous

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  • Posted June 16, 2011

    Not one of her better books!

    Her other books are better,spend your time reading one of those. Only series is very good also the Donavin series is very good.

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  • Posted January 7, 2011

    Over dramatic & Mawkish!

    I usually like Elizabeth Lowell's novels but now and then, a few slip in that are disappointingly under par. Forget Me Not is one of those for me. I could've made it a drinking game for every time the words "nightmare", "dream", "fear" appeared on pages! Good grief, the novel just dribbled on and on with over dramatic anguish and emotions. I don't recommend at all.

    Laural Merlington, again, does a good job with her reading.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 26, 2002

    not again!!!

    it wasn't a bad book, but the whole amnesia thing gets a little old after reading about a gazilion other books where the sweet, traumatized, and usually famous heroine forgets some tragic incident and the hunky, protective hero makes it his duty to help her out. it seems that every author has to use this trite ploy in at least one of his or her books. i mean, have you ever actually met someone with amnesia? i know i haven't. an original plot would be greatly appreciated.

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