This book presents two romantic novellas with characters who are unforgettable for different reasons. In ‘Forget her not’ Samantha King is a straight art dealer that wakes up naked in bed with a woman and she doesn’t remember anything about it. She is compelled to know what happened that night of her first and only lesbian experience but, is it just curiosity?
This is my favourite of the two stories, I like that the concept is so original. The two main characters are well rounded and very realistic, specially Sam, who is a very complicated and multi-layered character. The dialogues are natural sounding and their chemistry is off the charts. The story is sometimes funny, sometimes heartbreaking and it has the right amount of angst and drama. Overall, 4.5 stars.
In ‘Forget her never’, Abby Dunn has a one night stand with gorgeous and sexy Kendall Squires who is everything Abby dreams of. Their attraction is undeniable but Kendall is married and that night together should be left in the past. If only they can forget each other…
This is an age gap romance with a bit of infidelity and a lot of drama. Even though I connected with the main characters and their chemistry is hot, the plot doesn’t seem to flow so well and part of the conflict feels a bit forced. There are at least four different points of view which were in my opinion unnecessary. The twists and turns, the angst and anguish were too much for me. However, readers who love their romances with loads of drama might enjoy it much more. Overall, 3.5 stars.
All in all, a very good and entertaining read. 4 stars.
ARC provided by Netgalley and the publisher in exchange for an honest review.
3 thoughts on “Review of ‘Unforgettable’ by Elle Spencer.”
These sound very good. For me, it depends whether I enjoy the angst and drama. I do like it but it has to feel real, not people just being stupid and making things difficult for themselves.
I agree but sometimes for me too much drama is annoying even if it’s realistic… Depends on the story, I guess.
Yeah, it generally works best in YA/NA cause… That’s a dramatic time 😀