It’s very difficult to get drawn into a story when you know exactly what’s going to happen next. This is how I felt when reading “Forgive & Forget.” As I read each chapter, I was entertained here and there by some of the character dialogue, but the thought kept hitting me – this story is missing something. It’s missing the very thing that keeps readers interested in the story – SUSPENSE! The story begins with what seems like the same storyline of most stories of love and betrayal– the woman finds out that her man has been cheating. Then the rest is self-explanatory and predictable from there. I wasn’t impressed at all by this book. I actually was slightly disappointed. It just needs a little more volatility and spontaneity to spice it up a bit. Other than that, it was OK. 3.5 stars.
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