So, The Girl You Forgot is finally here – August 11th!
Also available to order from Waterstones
After waiting this long – are you really going to want to miss out?
Please let me know how you enjoy it!
A big Thank you to the following reviewers for reading/blogging on The Girl You Forgot… you may want to check out what they’ve said. Links below!
BeingAnne book blog
All my best wishes, Giselle x
Here’s another review by the lovely Anne at Books And Authors, copied with permission.
Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 11 August 2020
If you could turn back time and forget one of your more painful memories, would you? Would you be willing to forgo the pain you held on to in exchange for the blissful ignorance of never knowing? The Girl You Forgot takes one on a journey of a love that conquers all. The book covers the life of Ava and Will, two lovebirds, who take on the twists and turns life throws at them while they find their way back to each other. Ava is as charming as the girl next door. She is a sweetheart to all and works in a remote sewing shop to make ends meet. Then there is Will, the rugged but soft singer/songwriter who is a delight to be around.
Ava and Will have been together for three years reveling in the love they have for each other. Will has always wanted a family of his own and hearing that Ava is pregnant sends him over the moon but the excitement of that news is dampened when his health takes a turn. What happens when not one but two life-changing events happen to them back-to-back? Is their fairytale story strong enough to survive these occurrences? The Girl You Forgot takes its reader on an intimate journey of love and its ability to always seek out the truth in all situations. It poses questions that we all have asked ourselves at a point in our relationships like ‘how far are you willing to go to keep the one you love happy?’. It covers a myriad of emotions such as betrayal, deceit, joy, and longing. The lead characters, Ava and Will are given life by the background interactions of Will’s family issues, Ava’s sister, and their friends.
The story covers common issues of betrayal that sometimes occur in a relationship but adds an exciting twist to it. It stirs up questions in its readers’ minds that should ultimately lead all to the conclusion that unless you are in that particular situation, there is no telling what you would do. The book is essentially about Ava and Will but the supporting characters are showcased enough to provide an established storyline.
I highly recommend this The Girl You Forgot for the romantic. It’s a book that births hope in the mind of its reader. It shows the true power of love and how it is strong enough to surmount all things. Get ready to be lost in this stunning read that I just could not put down, just be sure to read it with your favourite drink on the sofa.
I would like to thank the author for sending me a copy of this book in exchange for an honest review.
Check out Dear Dad, also by this author.