Forget Me Not by Allison Whitmore #BlogTour #Review

Forget Me Not by Allison Whitmore #BlogTour #Review

Forget Me Not by Allison Whitmore #BlogTour #ReviewForget Me Not by Allison Whitmore
Published by Booktrope Editions on September 15th 2015
Genres: Historical, Romance, Young Adult
Pages: 368
Format: eBook

Theodora "Teddi" Donovan and Calvin Wynne have always hated each other. They didn't have a choice after Teddi's bootlegger father killed Calvin's and left them both orphaned. The scandal has fueled gossip in quiet, quaint Brookhurst, New York, for over a decade. When a friendship develops between them as teenagers, they are ridiculed and shunned by the strict society that dictates life in their town. As they grow older, friendship turns into love, and Teddi and Calvin have to choose between their future and the scepter of their past. Spanning continents and decades, Forget Me Not is a coming-of-age story about truth, self-reliance, and the freeing power of love.

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Forget Me Not is set in the time of the second world war. I love reading books that have that part of history in them. Overall, it spans a couple of decades and has quite a bit of history in it.
Teddi’s father killed Calvin’s father when they were young. However, as teenagers Teddi and Calvin became really good friends. This friendship eventually turned into love. Back during this time, everyone held grudges so Teddi and Calvin face a lot ridicule because of their relationship. This story shows how secrets can destroy everything but it also is about friends and family.
I look forward to reading more from Allison Whitmore.

About Allison Whitmore

Allison Whitmore started her first novel, Forget Me Not, one icy morning in her dorm room in Southampton, NY. After many years of teaching high school English, she came back to the novel to rewrite it. Allison comes from a family who loves history and enjoyed immersing herself in the research that brought Teddi and Calvin’s world to life. She lives in her hometown, Los Angeles, California. You can find her on Twitter @alli_whitmore and her website: