[Book Review] Forgetting You, Remembering Me by Monica Murphy

Synopsis

The stunning conclusion to this epic love story that began with Forgetting You, Forgetting Me from International Bestselling author, Monica James.

The truth sets you free…but what happens when everything you believe in changes in the blink of an eye?

All I ever wanted was for my fiancé, Samuel Stone, to remember me. And now that he does…all I want is for him to forget. Through tragedy, I found myself and who I was destined to become. But more importantly, I found who I was destined to be with.

With a single word, Saxon Stone changed my life forever. He taught me how to live again. But now that Samuel remembers and all secrets have been revealed, I’m left to wonder which life I’m meant to lead.

Divided by my head and my heart, I’m torn between duty and desire. Samuel is my past while Saxon is my forever. The choice should be easy.

But love never is…


Quick Stats

Publication Year: 2018
Characters: Lucy, Sam, and Saxon.


Review

I received an advanced copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.

This is the sequel to Forgetting You, Forgetting Me and don’t let that blurb fool you because there was nothing stunning about this story. Sam has regained his memories and Lucy is torn between her new love for Saxon and her old love for Sam.

I’m going to come right out and say that I didn’t like this book at all, which is really disappointing because I did enjoy the first one. Most of the time it really felt like this book had been written for the sake of it. It was drawn out and some of the things that happened were just super unrealistic.

Lucy was so freaking annoying. The number of times she fell for Sam’s crap was mind-boggling. I mean seriously? Your whole relationship with him was based on a huge lie that he told you but yet you still fall for every single thing he tells you?? What the hell?!

The story itself was a tad cringy in some places and as I said before really not realistic at all  I mean the ending was just utterly ridiculous. I’m really sad to be giving this such a bad review because I have read a few books by Monica Murphy and I usually love her stuff but this just so bad.

My Rating: 1/5 🌟

 

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