Forget Me by K.A. Harrington


Heartbroken over the accidental death of her boyfriend, Flynn, Morgan attempts to move on from the tragedy by making a memorial post on social media. But, when she uploads a picture of Flynn onto the site, face recognition software attempts to tag Flynn as someone else — someone who looks exactly like Flynn and who is still alive. Now, Morgan has a deadly mystery on her hands. Is this other person Flynn? If so, why did he fake his death? In getting her answers, Morgan uncovers wrenching truths that shatter her perception of reality.

This one can be a bit cheesy at times, but it is an entertaining read — especially if you like mystery/thrillers. Unfortunately, Morgan is YET another character who involves herself in a bad relationship because she believes she can change the other person. Sigh. BUT, her character does evolve and there is enough suspense to keep the story going. If you’re looking for an easy read with some excitement, give this one a try.

Rating: 3.5/5

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