The Forgettable Miss French

The Forgettable Miss French

by Kristen Painter

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Overview

Shadowvale isn't your typical small town America. The sun never shines, the gates decide who enters, magic abounds, and every resident bears some kind of curse.
Werewolf Virginia "Ginny" French's curse means no one can remember her. Not even for as long as it takes to ring up her groceries or make her favorite iced coffee. And being that forgettable has turned her life into an incredibly lonely existence. So much so, she's thinking about doing something really wild just to entertain herself.
Werewolf Ezekiel "Easy" Grayle loved his life until he got struck by lightning and lost control of his shifting abilities. It's led to some uncomfortable situations – and the decision to move to a town where the unpredictable is acceptable.
He didn't realize just how acceptable until he catches his hot but maybe-crazy neighbor sneaking out of his pool in a barely-there bikini. He's too busy unpacking to pursue her, but when she comes knocking, all bets are off.
Can a forgettable woman ever find love or is her curse too much for even the most determined man to overcome?

Product Details

BN ID: 2940161357286
Publisher: Sugar Skull Books
Publication date: 08/05/2019
Series: Shadowvale , #3
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 2,554
File size: 2 MB

About the Author

Kristen Painter's writing resume boasts multiple Golden Heart nominations and advance praise from a handful of bestselling authors, including Gena Showalter and Roxanne St. Claire. A former New Yorker now living in Florida, Kristen has a wealth of fascinating experiences from which to flavor her stories, including time spent working in fashion for Christian Dior and as a maitre'd for Wolfgang Puck. Her website is at kristenpainter.com and on twitter on @Kristen_Painter.

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The Forgettable Miss French 4.9 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 9 reviews.
Anonymous 4 days ago
I enjoyed the twists and turns in the story. It was so refreshing that there was no bad language .
Anonymous 9 days ago
Can't wait for the next fascinating story about Shadowvale to come out!
Anonymous 1 days ago
Love love love this series!
Anonymous 10 days ago
this was my favorite in shadowvale series. the story really flowed nicely .I hope there will be more books set in shadowvale, would love a book about seymore
ChristineLee 11 days ago
The Forgettable Miss French, Kristen Painter’s Third in her Shadowvale Series. What can I say about Shadowvale? If you’ve experienced Ms. Painter’s Nocturne Falls, you can’t help but love it, and you will absolutely enjoy Shadowvale as well. Shadowvale is the place that doesn’t exist, but if you’re different, have a curse or two, maybe Supernatural in some way, it will take you in and make you at home. Miss French is cursed into being unforgettable. For ten years. Imagine always having to explain yourself in public? New in town? Passing through? Who ordered this? Easy was struck by lightning, and since then, not only can he not always control when he shifts, he also can’t control what he shifts into. Yorkers are adorable, but not so much when you are a Werewolf. When the two meet, passion sizzles as sparks fly, and there’s no telling what will happen next. Another incredible 5 star read.
Anonymous 12 days ago
What a sweet story! Love buying her books, they are always 5 stars to me
jjthor 14 days ago
Another wonderfull but in this series! I literally couldn't put it down stayed up all night reading it. This one is the third in the series and is about Ginny a werewolf who is cursed with people forgetting her. Ezekiel Gray moves to shadowvale after he is hit by lightning and losses control over his wolf part. He moves next door to Ginny and all bets are off!! Fun sad and crazy all in one book. Can love conquer all? you'll have to read to find out!!
Jennifer 15 days ago
The character’s were so detailed that I felt like I knew, and liked, them personally. It was such an interesting, intense and unique story. The dialogue and details just flowed throughout the book. It sucked me in held on tight. Excellent!!
LisaB95 15 days ago
I loved this book so much! It kept me laughing throughout it. It was pretty adorable Easy shifted into tiny dogs instead of a wolf. Poor guy. What a curse. Aunt Gwen, Ginny’s aunt, and Lucas were great characters. I loved that they played a good role in the book. I can’t wait for you to meet them. We also get another unique and adorable creature to love in this book. My favorite thing about Kristen’s books is that no matter how down and out, stressed or worried I may get, her books always cheer me up and give me a warm fuzzy feeling.