KU Sunday Spotlight by KUBR + OCA

Heya, KUbbies + Addicts! Welcome back to the KU Sunday Spotlight, brought to you by KU Book Reviews + the One-Click Addict Support Group. This week, an unforgettable M/M duet that swept me away—and gave my heart a work out . . . Enjoy!

Forget Me Not—BUY IT
Remember Me When—BUY IT

“Is it always like this?”
“No, Bluebird. No, it’s never like this.”

fmn-ebook-finalThe Unforgettable Duet by Brooke Blaine is a MUST READ series. It’s as simple as that, really. I was so incredibly swept away—and blown away—by these two books, it took me a solid night of thinking about Ollie + Reid to even come close to being able to write a review for them. That being said, it’s probably going to be a messy review, but I’m going to give it a go anyway.

You ready? Let’s do this thing.

I knew when Forget Me Not—book one of the duet—came out, that Ms. Blaine was probably going to get my heart all worked up, which is part of the reason I waited until book two, Remember Me When, came out to read it. #ReadingIsCardio in cases such as these, where the characters become someone to you—someone to love, someone to root for, someone to hurt with. And I wanted to get a good long workout, so to speak.

Basically, I wanted to be able to give these books the credit and the time they deserved. Here’s the thing: I’m a Brooke Blaine fangirl. Unabashedly. So confident was I in her ability to tell me a story that would shake me and move me and involve me that I wanted to be able to savor it.

rmw-ebook-amazonSo I did. Though I read Forget Me Not in one sitting, I took in every single word. I couldn’t not—not when Ollie + Reid were personable, likable, charming, and {insert any number of gushy adjectives here}. And then I dove straight into Remember Me When, desperately needing more, more, more. Aching for answers, frustrated at the circumstances and at fate and also, at Ms. Blaine. Because come on—the woman was playing with my emotions like Reid plays the piano.


She hit all my high notes—the ones that make me love reading and love romance and want to, IDK, be her when I grow up. And she also brought it home in a sweeping crescendo that made it all better. That left me feeling happy and satisfied and just a little bit breathless.

And if that doesn’t make this a MUST READ duet, then I don’t know what does . . .

“I’m not sure how I got so lucky. I wouldn’t have even known how to wish for you.”

As of 03.04.2018, Forget Me Not and Remember Me When are available with Kindle Unlimited.

Want a taste of The Unforgettable Duet? Find exclusive Bites, bonus scenes and content from Brooke Blaine over at Book+Main Bites: https://bookandmainbites.com/BrookeBlaine

About Beth Cranford | KUBR

Book Reviewer. Wife. Mother. Crazy Person. Australian.

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