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- Print Length: 56 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publication Date: August 25, 2017
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B07558VRY8
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Not Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #1,136 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Something to Remember: Prequel to Forget Me Not Kindle Edition
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We met the twisted abusive dad,"J" and Robin.
Robin is a twelve year old little girl who has been kidnapped from the playground.
She's taken by the father to keep J in line.
J is a little older than tweleve. He being abused horribly by his father and now just wants to end his life.
He stops eating and is willing his body to shutdown.
The dad takes her to use as leverage against his son. As long as he complies Robin won't be hurt.
Forget Me Not is going to be one heck of a wild ride. I'm buckled up and ready to read it.
This was a great introduction and now I'm going to dive right in to Forget Me Not!
Usually a prequel gives you an idea of whether the following book is of interest. In this case, Something To Remember (a prequel to Forget Me Not) is not a book to my taste. It is classified as a dark romance but its subject matter is too dark for me. Without giving away any spoilers, Something To Remember is a lead-in and, therefore, is not a stand-alone book. Unless you enjoy a dark romance and have intentions to read Forget Me Not, my advice is to pass this one by. Willow Winters writes well and this book is a thriller. Forget Me Not may be a romance with very dark undertones, but this book is dark with no romance.
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**
Wow, for a prequel this packs a lot of punch and now you know how they met but how do they ever recover from this?
This story is just the beginning what is to become a heart-wrenching love story..