Sometimes, you need to kiss a lot of frogs…
When Emma's boyfriend, John, announces he's leaving her, she's devastated. Being polyamorous, she's still happily dating her other boyfriend Carlos… but, try as he might, he can't heal her broken heart.
The only consolation Emma has now is in dating new and different men. A lot of new and different men, in fact. But will she succeed in her attempt to fill the empty space… and will she ever be able to get John back?
Join Emma on a series of bad dates and mediocre men as she attempts to get through the heartache! Filled with snark and sass, Emma is on a mission to distract herself from the void that John has left behind.
About the series...
"Make Me Forget" is Book 3 in the Polyamorous Passions series.
Polyamorous Passions follows the lives of three best friends as they each embark on their own journeys into consensual non-monogamy. Books 1—3 focus on Emma, Books 4—6 will focus on Helen, and Books 7—9 will focus on Scarlett.
This series is suitable for anyone interested in real-life polyamory, open relationships, ethical non-monogamy, feminism, positive female friendships, alternatives to monogamy and monogamous relationships, and explorations of sexuality. Includes explicit language and sexual situations; intended for mature audiences.
About the author...
Sagan Morrow has a degree in Rhetoric, Writing & Communications, with a decade of experience as a businesswoman, blogger, and copywriter across a variety of industries. Based in Winnipeg, Canada, Sagan is an amateur burlesque dancer and identifies as polyamorous.
Sagan has authored several business books and teaches online courses to empower new freelancers as they grow their own successful businesses. The Polyamorous Passions series is her first foray into fiction.
Connect with Sagan on Twitter & Instagram: @Saganlives
Most Helpful Customer Reviews
Reviewed by Rabia Tanveer for Readers' Favorite Make Me Forget is the third book in the Polyamorous Passions series by Sagan Morrow. The story of Emma, Carlos, and John continues as they try to navigate life in the most unexpected of ways. Emma was happy with both of her boyfriends. She could not have wished for better men who were so understanding of her polyamorous lifestyle. However, before she even realized, John slipped away from her. She could not accept that John wanted to leave her; she was devastated by it and even though Carlos tried his best to make her happy, John left a hole in her life that she couldn't fill. So Emma does what she thinks is best for her. She starts dating other men, hoping to find a spark that makes her heart race and leaves her breathless. Can she find that one person that makes her just as happy as John did and complement both her and Carlos? Oh boy, this was a heavy one. While I loved Carlos and John, I felt as if Emma was a little alone in this story. I felt every emotion she went through, how she tried to make something work that didn’t want to. I cannot imagine the trio separated, alone or without each other. This was an intense story and showed a very different side of these three beloved characters. It was exceptionally well detailed and crafted; I enjoyed how Emma tried to find the best match for herself and tried to get over John. This was an entertaining, emotional and such a fulfilling end to Emma, John and Carlos’s story. I hope that Sagan Morrow will have them appear in future novels in the series. Very entertaining!