Something to Remember

Something to Remember

by Willow Winters
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Something to Remember 4.6 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 8 reviews.
Anonymous 11 months ago
Good prequel.
Anonymous 10 months ago
For a prequel it gives a lot in those short pages that will make you think. ZjR
CeeCeeHouston 11 months ago
This was a quick, but very dark prelude to Forget Me Not. It was only a ten minute read but it certainly set me up for the main event.
aries_sword 12 months ago
"Something To Remember" and the short peek into "Forget Me Not" lures you into the lives of Robin and Jay. It will tug your heart strings as you turn the pages to learn about their suffering and love. Impressive beginning to a moving story that is sure to keep you intrigued until the end. A bit of reality strikes a chord in this book which is quite impressive. Loved the characters. The author's passion and her gift of flowing words shine through in this short. I found this to be a most gratifying read {I voluntarily reviewed an advanced copy.} Without reservations, I recommend this book.
TammyS32 12 months ago
Can’t wait to read Forget Me Not! Dark and emotion with great characters. I was hooked from beginning to end.
janice1231 12 months ago
A Review of Something To Remember by Willow Winters Introduction - 4.5 stars This is a short prologue to the standalone Forget Me Not. It is dark, so be aware of that before going in. We know that J's father seems to hate him for some reason and when he goes on a hunger strike at the age of fourteen, in the hopes of ending his life, his father gives him a twelve year old Robin to force him to do as he is told. Ready to read the next book to see how this story plays out. **Honest review voluntarily provided from a Purchased Copy**
QueenBeeQT 12 months ago
A Well Written & Captivating Short Prequel This short prequel gives the smallest glimpse into the dark, crazy world that the boy's father orchestrates and the boy & Robin must endure. My heart breaks for the boy, who now must obey his father, or subject Robin to who-knows-what at the hands of his father. Well written and captivating, this prequel is the perfect introduction to Robin and the boy (Jay) when they are children as they learn that they will need to endure together. You will definitely want to read Forget Me Not after you read this prequel. Forget Me Not picks up 10 years after the prequel and is another 5 star book IMO!
3MnMs More than 1 year ago
This is a prequel to Forget Me Not and I highly recommend you read it to get the back story on the main characters. This made you feel the pain of the male main character. I voluntarily reviewed an Advance Reader Copy of this book.