Tuesday, February 5, 2019

Forget You Know Me by Jessica Strawser

 


Each character has something they hide from another character and actually from themselves.



Who is keeping what secret?

Who has the biggest secret?

We first meet Liza and Molly the night of their long overdue Skype chat that was to bring them close again, but the chat turned everything sour.


Another question is what was going on between Molly and her husband that she couldn’t tell him or even call him about the scary incident that Liza had seen?

An answer might be that there were a lot of things happening in Molly and Daniel's life that were not being addressed, and it had nothing to do with what happened in the Skype chat.

The tension mounted as we learn more about what was going on with everyone and how cunning and sneaky some of the characters were.

If you enjoy personal drama, seeing how any type of relationship can fall apart, characters that are somewhat believable, secrets, and a story line that will have you thinking about the situations and choices the characters made long after you turn the last page, then FORGET YOU KNOW ME will be a book you won't want to miss. 


I do have to say that the book dragged on a bit too long, but it didn't affect the read.  I still enjoyed the book and the revelations at the end. 4/5

This book was given to me as an ARC by the publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.

10 comments:

  1. Happy Pub Day to Jessica Strawser!!

    Have you read this book yet?

    Thanks for stopping.

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  2. It sounds like this is worth reading even though it could use a little tightening up.

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    1. Yes...shortening would have been good.

      Thanks for commenting, Kathy.

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  3. Sometimes dragging storylines don't hurt the story much.

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    1. Depending on the story line, a dragging story line works at times.

      Thanks for commenting, Carole Rae.

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  4. So sad when relationships go bad and usually there are secrets.

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  5. I enjoyed this one, too. Great review!

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    1. Thanks, Laurel.

      It was an interesting read.

      Thanks for commenting.

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  6. Your review is spot on. I had the exact same thoughts!

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