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Forget Me Not April 18, 2010

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First off, I apologize for posting two book reviews in a row—I prefer to spread them out. This week, though, I had two books that needed to have reviews posted within certain dates, and Forget Me Not and The Bridegrooms happened to fall together.

Forget Me Not
Forget Me Not is a thriller that makes one read fast. This is not your usual templated plot—Hinze has managed to put intricate details into her story that add excitement and interest to each of her characters. As for the romance, she has been able to pace the love interest angle with restraint.

The plot has many characters in it—probably the only thing that made the reading a little less satisfactory—but it makes sense for the plot and the sub plots that tied in to the main story as it was revealed. For speed readers, it might be difficult to remember who’s who. Dialogue is well written, settings are detailed enough to be seen in the mind’s eye without being overdone, and the MC’s worst fear isn’t repeated ad nauseum until it’s suddenly gone.

All in all, I recommend this as a good read for people who love a realistic thriller to sink their teeth into, with romance attached.



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