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Forget Me Not

The Unforgettable Duet Series, Book 1
Narrated by: Charlie David
Length: 4 hrs and 21 mins
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Get ready to experience the heartbreakingly beautiful love story of Ollie and Reid in USA Today best-selling author Brooke Blaine's The Unforgettable Duet.  

Three sugars, two creamers.  

That’s how you took your coffee every morning at Joe’s Grab ’N Go. 

But you don’t remember that.  

You don’t remember anything.  

Anything, that is, except me....

That day...and the tragedy that catapulted us together.

©2018 Brooke Blaine (P)2018 Brooke Blaine

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Simply beautiful!

They saw each other every day. Watched each other, but never exchanged a single word. Until that day. The day when everything changed. And it all started with a broken coffee machine...

Paramedic Ollie has had a crush on Reid forever. He watches him (in a non-creepy stalker-ish way) every morning when they both buy their coffee. But he never really got up the courage to talk to him, that is until the coffee machine breaks down and he finds the man swearing at it. They strike up a conversation and when they part Ollie is feeling over the moon. Sadly it only lasts for a few minutes - until the next call on the radio comes in, informing them of an accident. An accident Reid was in and was now fighting for his life from.

Ollie, being Ollie can't get Reid out of his mind. He waits in the hospital, desperate for news about this man that he in reality doesn't even know. And when Reid’s family leaves for some food, he sees his chance to sneak in to see Reid with his own eyes. Little does he know that Reid wakes up, and with Ollies name on his lips. The only problem is; he's also missing the past ten years or so from his life...

Okay, so let me start out with that not a lot about this book or story is credible. You just have to accept it and move on, and simply enjoy the book for what it is. Entertainment. And a very sweet one at that. In fact, part from the very beginning where it was all up in the air, this book had this fun and hopeful feel to it. Ollie and Reid were playful, it was new and exciting, falling in love. I just gobbled it all up and had a happy smile doing it, well for the most part.

If I'm being honest here (and I think that might be the point of an honest review) I'm not completely sure what I think of Ollie and Reid as a couple in this book. On the one hand they were so sweet together, and I really enjoyed their interactions and all the feels. It was all new and exciting and shiny and pretty and fun. But on the other hand Reid was in his mind, only seventeen and the romance between him and Ollie developed way fast - especially thinking about that age gap.... so in the end I loved them together, at the same time it just didn't feel completely right.

I really enjoyed Charlie David's narration of this book. I will admit to being very worried in the beginning when he read the blurb of the story, because that whispering breathy narration would have driven me completely insane. Thankfully that was over quickly and my fears were laid to rest when the narration of the actual story began. Sure, it was a bit breathy at times, but I didn't mind it as much, I was so engrossed in the story, which is a credit to David in itself. I love it when narrators take me into the story, when everything else disappears, and he did that with this book. To the point where I was not a happy girl when it ended - and not only because of that ending either....

Forget Me Not is not a standalone book in any way shape or form. It ends with a major cliffhanger so make sure you have the next book ready when you finish this one, or you might just lose your mind.

A copy of this book was generously provided by author the in exchange for an honest review for Love Bytes.

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The Sweetest Guy Finds Love

I am so happy to see this book become available on audible and I love Charlie David. Great book and amazing narration, I can’t wait for the next part of the series. This is a really fun amnesia plot that continues into the next book.