Forget You, by Jennifer Echols

forget youJennifer D. shares this review:

Just about everything that could go wrong in Zoey’s life has gone wrong. Last summer her father had an affair with a 24-year-old coworker and left her mother. Then, the week before school starts, her devastated mother attempts suicide and is put into a psychiatric hospital. Zoey gets into a car accident that affects her memory of the events leading up to and immediately following the accident (which turns out to have been a pretty eventful night). Her father abandons her to run off to Hawaii to marry the coworker, but not before he threatens to send Zoey to the “loony bin” with her mother if she is actually claiming to have amnesia.With all that going on, Zoey had better have a pretty supportive boyfriend, right? But, no, Brandon hasn’t made any attempt to contact her to see if she’s alright. However, Doug, her worst enemy, won’t leave her side.

The night of the accident holds the key to everything, if only she can remember it. When her detective work leads to spending more and more time with Doug, Zoey must come to terms with the fact that Brandon might not be the right guy for her, and Doug might not be such a bad guy after all. The night she can’t remember changes everything, but it could all change again when she learns what really happened.

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Posted on November 15, 2013, in Books, Chick Lit, Fiction, Readers' advisory, Romance, Young Adult. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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