Forget Me Not - Willow Winters

Forget Me Not

By Willow Winters

  • Release Date: 2017-09-12
  • Genre: Contemporary
Score: 4.5
From 63 Ratings


I fell in love with a boy a long time ago. 
I was only a small girl.  Scared and frightened, I was taken from my home and held against my will.  His father hurt me, but he protected me and kept me safe as best he could. 
Until I left him. 
I ran the first chance I got and even though I knew he wasn’t behind me, I didn’t stop. The branches lashed out at me, punishing me for leaving him in the hands of a monster. 
I’ve never felt such guilt in my life.
Although I survived, the boy was never found.  I prayed for him to be safe.  I dreamed he’d be alright and come back to me.  Even as a young girl I knew I loved him, but I betrayed him
Twenty years later, all my wishes came true. 
But the boy came back a man.  With a grip strong enough to keep me close and a look in his eyes that warned me to never dare leave him again.   I was his to keep after all. 
Twenty years after leaving one hell, I entered another.  Our tale was only just getting started. 
It’s dark and twisted.
But that doesn’t make it any less of what it is. 
A love story.  Our love story.


  • Ohhh-wee

    By ashleynichole124
    I fell in absolute love with this story. Jay-John-Robin. The story has a very very unexpected plot twist. I wasn’t expecting the emotions that came along with reading this book. It takes you through hell and brings you back to have a very happy ending. The love that Jay and Robin have for each other through everything they’ve been through is one for the books. Its amazing how much they have overcome and how they came to be together not once but twice. Willow has captivated me time and time again and this book is no different.
  • Too many timelines

    By brittgurl216
    The book gets very confusing with three different point of views and three different timelines I started getting frustrated with the set up
  • Potential

    By openreads
    The general idea behind the book holds an enormous amount of potential! However, the novel’s length was too short to adequately deliver the complex conflict. After reading the reviews, our reading group was surprised to find other readers surprised by the “plot twist”.
  • Fascinating

    By Feelrefreshed
    The view of the mental illness world was great. And into what survivors of violence coping mechanisms was touching. Thanking for teaching us empathy.
  • You'll be left with a book hangover!

    By LynnMandy
    I absolutely loved this book!! Had some dark themes that made me glad she didn't go into more detail about things that happened to them. This book reminds us all that there are monsters out there but Love and understanding can heal all wounds!! Don't let any negative reviews or comments put you off this book. However if you have some traumatic things in your own past, then this might not be the book for you. I was going to give you a brief rundown about the characters Robin, Jay, John, but I don't want to give anything away, also I think you should just pick it up and read it for yourself. This should be on everyone's TBR list!! I voluntarily received an ARC for an honest review.
  • Sigh..Super plot twisted!!

    By HeavyReader1234
    Don't love it! It's a super plot twist with a twisted character!! As soon as I realized what was going on... I skimmed through the last couple of chapters not really interested at what the ending would bring.
  • Great read

    By Pheobecharmed
    i love the emotional rollarcoaster this story took me on. This is a tear jerker folks just remember to grab your tissues
  • Fly Away….

    By Szmoromou
    Wow..... Forget Me Not was one of those stories where you think you know what is happening and then BAM your thrown for one hell of a loop. Willow Winters was brilliant in her story telling of two lost souls that found one another again. It's one of those second chances that leaves a lingering need in your heart and soul. I was truly blown away with Jay and Robin and what they endured both as children and then as adults. A sick individual brought them together. Both living a torturous existence. Both relying on the other to survive. Robin made it out physically, but mentally she kept the hell she lived within her. Living with survivors guilt was eating her away. Wondering if the boy she grew to love, the boy that saved her was still alive. Jay knew he did the right thing saving Robin, and knew staying away was the right thing to do. However, he knew he had to go save her again, this time save her from herself. Demons resurface as they each fight to help one another. In the end, can they each save each other? Willow Winters you truly blew me away with this story. It has left an imprint within me that I can't let go. I loved Jay and Robin and the strength they both found in the darkest and scariest moments. BRAVO Willow, BRAVO!!!
  • 5 Star Book

    By Love💘 this theme
    OMG!!! I absolutely loved this book. Willow Winters knocked it out of the park with an emotionally erotic read. It will have you on the edge of your seat with the twists and turns. Ups and downs. It's told in different povs, no cheating, no cliffhanger, and a surprising ending. I highly recommend this book. I received an arc of this book and voluntarily reviewed. It's definitely unforgettable.
  • Amazing

    By pepsi341
    Willow Winters has done it again with another fabulous book. Forget me not is an amazing book. I just couldn't put it down down until I finished reading the hole book it's just the most amazing and fabulous book I can't wait for her next book I love Willow Winters so much she is truly one of the best authors that I know.I received an ARC copy of this Book I loved it so much that I will be buying it.