Review: Forget Me Always by Sara Wolf

Title: Forget Me Always

Author: Sara Wolf

Series: Lovely Vicious, book 2

Genre: Contemporary, Romance, [Young-Adult]

Heat Rating: Cool

Page Count and Format: 250 pages, Ebook

Expected Publication: November 1st 2016 by Entangled: Teen

Source: I received an eARC of this book from the publisher via Netgalley in exchange for an honest review.

My Rating: 4 stars

Blurb (from Goodreads):

All warfare is deception. Even in high school.

It’s been nineteen days since Isis Blake forgot about him. The boy she can’t quite remember. She’s stuck in the hospital with a turban-size bandage on her head, more Jell-o than a human being should ever face, and a tiny bit of localized amnesia. Her only goal? To get out of this place before she becomes a complete nutjob herself.

But as Isis’s memories start to return, she realizes there’s something important there at the edges of her mind. Something that may mean the difference between life and death. Something about Sophia, Jack’s girlfriend.

Jack Hunter—the “Ice Prince”—remembers everything. Remembers Isis’s purple hair and her smart-ass mouth. Remembers that for a little while, Isis made him feel human. She made him feel. She burned a hole in the ice…and it’s time to freeze back up. Boys like him don’t deserve girls like her. Because Jack is dangerous. And that danger might be the only thing protecting her from something far more threatening.

Her past.


My Thoughts

This book was surprisingly entertaining than book 1, I really liked it so much! You can read my review of book 1, Love Me Never, here.

*Contains minor spoilers of book 1.*

Love Me Never ended with a sort of massive cliffhanger after “an incident” happens to Isis. She returns back to her normal life but a part of her is missing. Her new found friendship with Sophia surprises everyone and then there’s Jack who she doesn’t remember a thing about. When things finally begin to make sense for Isis, old threats arise. Will Isis be able to survive it once again?

This book was so fun to read about. I remember complaining about the lack of humour in book 1 but this book really made up for it. The plot was really enjoyable and I loved this book from the very beginning. Isis seemed like a whole new person and I really liked it. I loved her character development. I was so glad to see a trial for that freaking guy, I so hope he doesn’t come back. But he’s only the only threat in Isis’s life. I can’t wait to see how that is executed!

I didn’t know what to think of Sophia, she attitude jumped constantly between hot and cold but I loved Isis for not giving up on her. I definitely liked Jack, he went through a freaking lot but the kind of love triangle was there. Sophia’s insecurities were logical but things were already out of her hand. But I liked reading more backstory about her in this book.

I enjoyed the banter between Jack and Isis but the scenes between them were few. I hope to get mooore in the next book. Nonetheless, I liked the chemistry between them. The other minor characters also played their role, I liked reading about Wren the most.

Overall, Forget Me Always was a great read. I enjoyed the plot and the characters and they kept me hooked throughout the book. I loved the romance between Isis and Jack, even though it was little. The writing was smooth and the pace was even throughout the book. I can’t wait to read the conclusion of this series!

Recommend it?

Yes.


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