Forget Me Not

Forget Me Not

by Allison Blanchard

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ISBN-13: 9781937273705
Publisher: Martin Sisters Publishing
Publication date: 10/12/2012
Pages: 304
Product dimensions: 5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.64(d)

About the Author

Allison Blanchard is currently a student at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia where she is pursuing her bachelor degrees in English Creative Writing and French. She is an active sister in Sigma Alpha Omega where she continues to grow as a woman in Christ. She writes every day, drinks too much coffee, and is looking forward to the next adventure her characters will take her.

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Forget Me Not 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 3 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book is an amazing read! Such a talented young author!
PrettyInFiction More than 1 year ago
Forget Me Not by Allison Blanchard is a unique story about shape shifters and first love. And what happens when destiny and fate completely transform the life you thought you knew. Adeline is sort of your standard hotheaded, loner high school heroine. She thinks she's plain and unworthy of Cole's time, then develops an infatuation with him. I know Blanchard wrote Adeline this way for a reason, but it reminded me an awful lot of the way Bella sees herself in Twilight. Actually, a lot about this story reminded me of Twilight. The heroine getting mixed up with a mysterious boy and learning his family's secrets. His uber-happy sister who takes an instant liking to Adeline. The main characters connection with one another. Although, the romance in Forget Me Not, I felt, had a little more substance than the insta-love that was Bella and Edward's relationship. At least Adeline and Cole had a good reason to feel connected. And, really, after the sudden beginning of their friendship, I felt their relationship plateaued nicely. But as I read further the similarities to Twilight just kept jumping out at me. They didn't detract from the book, but I did notice them and that sort of pulled me out of the story every once in a while. Something I didn't understand was the way Emma, Adeline's older sister/guardian, felt the need to control Adeline and Cole's relationship. And the major bipolar moods she would go through regarding it. One minute she'd smile and tease Adeline about having a boyfriend and the next she'd be saying, "maybe you shouldn't see that boy anymore." I get that she'd want to protect Adeline from getting too dependent on a boy, but they weren't outwardly obsessive in their relationship. Emma had no reason to think the worst of them, yet she continued to do so to the point where I wanted to tell her to back off for Adeline. It was as if she were trying to let Adeline have the normal teenage experiences she never had, and then at the last moment would change her mind and try to protect Adeline from them instead. Cole is the good natured love interest from Forget Me Not. He's a sweetheart with a secret and you'll definitely be reading faster, trying to figure out just what that secret is. The mythology Blanchard wove through Forget Me Not was definitely my favorite part. The Native American legends she constructed were beautifully written and tugged you deeper and deeper into the story. Even though you can predict the mystery from a very early moment in the book, I found it hard to imagine where the story was going to end up. It had me flipping pages late into the night, trying to see what was in store for Adeline and Cole. If you're a fan of shape shifters and paranormal romance I highly suggest Forget Me Not. With its unique storyline it's sure to drag you in and not let go until the very last page.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago