RATING: BUY IT
I’ve just finished Forget (Changing Colors Book 1) by N.A. Alcorn and although my original intention was to read Blur (Changing Colors Book 2) prior to writing a review, I didn’t want to let these feelings go without writing them down. And, I wanted to tell you to move this book to the top of your TBR list. Yes, it’s that good.
I am broken. I am raw. There are tears in my eyes as I’m typing this and, yet, I know that the rest of the story awaits me and I am full of hope.
I loved this book.
I loved Brooke and her courage in a time of sadness. I related to her in a way that I don’t often relate to most female characters. I identified with the duality of lives we sometimes find ourselves living ~ the person we are when we are without responsibility, and the person we are within that space.
I loved Millie and I only wish I got to spend more time in this book with her. There are still secrets to learn, so I too am hopeful she will play a role in Blur.
I loved Dylan. He has all of the qualities of the best Book Boyfriend – hot, talented, sweet, sexy, funny and on and on – but, he’s so much more. In every word, touch and action, you know that he is Brooke’s match. There is such a beautiful connection between the two of them that transcends time. He gets her in a way that seems almost spiritual. In a way, that is not of this world. The crazy thing is, somehow, at the same time, he is firmly in the present and almost seems like just another guy. I don’t quite know how Ms. Alcorn accomplished that. However, in all honesty, if the word soulmate weren’t so cliché, I would use it now. Eh, well, I guess I just did.
I loved Lindsay and Jesse and the beautiful city of Paris and I could go on and on and on, but I won’t. I promise I will be back after Blur to give my two cents there as well, but if it is anything like Forget, I can say right now, download and read these books as soon as you can. You won’t regret it.