Forget Me Not by Angela Parkhurst

Forget Me Not by Angela Parkhurst

Publication Date : June 28, 2016

Blurb from Goodreads :   “I’ve never been to a ball or followed the yellow brick road, and I sure as hell never imagined myself living in a world of fairytale characters. Most of which want me dead. So when they come, because they will, I need to be ready.”

“And you think you could kill someone?”
“I know I could.”
When the academy in Nottingham burns down, sending in a new slew of fairytale classmates, Norah Hart comes face to face with new challenges, enemies and friendships. But the longer she is in this world, the more she realizes there is no getting out, leaving her with only one option–be prepared.
FORGET ME NOT is the second book in the Forgotten Fairytale series.


Cover Page : It’s better than first book in the series . More clear and gives a clear image of what’s happening. 


Plot: And it  keeps going on. The plot is ever interesting with more twist and turns and a massive heart break💔. 


Fairytales have rules. We may never understand them but they’ve been hammered into our heads since infancy. Eventually, even the rebels conform. 


Overall: I loved everything except the twist in romance . I don’t like when the MC chances love intrest so fast. I mean sure there was a reason, a valid one but even that reason was negligible when the person in guilty is justifying themselves at any rate. And even got themselves killed for you! Yes!  I want Wilf back in next book is series to read on. He is my charm in this book! So, please author bring him back and restore what is once lost of him. 🙂 


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