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Forgotten Promises By Elle Brooks
Saying “I Promise” is the easiest thing to do, its just two tiny words.
No one warned me of the weight they hold, that they not only have the power
to make something, to give hope, or show devotion.
They can destroy everything, cause so much hurt, ruin lives.
Every promise holds a toll, if I had known what mine would cost me,
I would have walked away.
Now I have to pay the price, watch the consequences of my actions unfold. Witnessing someone I love crumble after breaking my oath
isn’t the hardest thing I’ve endured,
it’s being forgotten by the one person that I could never forget.
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Elle Brooks just about gave me a heart attack with the prologue of Forgotten Promises. I was sitting there reading in horror, saying no no no! You can’t do this to me in the first few sentences.
I kept going.
I just jumped right into that didn’t I? Let me backtrack a bit. I absolutely loved Promises Hurt. It was an amazing read and I have been waiting and waiting and waiting (yes, patience is not my best virtue and a week feels like forever when I’m anticipating something) for Forgotten Promises to release.
I jumped right into Forgotten Promises when Elle sent it over, shoving a couple of books off the top of my must read list, and got going. I wanted to know what was going to happen to Blair and Ethan after we left them in Promises Hurt. I didn’t want to see this couple go through any more pain.
I don’t feel like I can even go into the story line, saying I liked this or that because there is so much in there that you won’t get from the synopsis.
I am just going to say this was an absolutely amazing read, totally worth the weight, and is a perfect example of why Elle Brooks is on my favorite author list. Strongly written characters and even though some of them are in high school still, they don’t feel immature at all. Especially Blair. Blair has gone through a horrible loss that I think makes her wise beyond her years. Honestly I think she was already wise before going through Emily’s treatment and then her passing, I think that made her grow up a little quicker though.
Filled with beautiful story telling, I think both Promises Hurt and Forgotten Promises would be the perfect books for anyone who loves coming of age stories. I’m saying it again, amazing. I loved it.
Thank you so much for my copy of Forgotten Promises!
I’m a little neurotic; I function on a tiny amount of sleep and a huge amount of caffeine. I love green skittles and have an irrational fear of stormy weather. When I’m not writing about super hot college guys, you can generally find me googling them…All in the name of research of course. I can be persuaded to do just about anything with the promise of a good book or a bottle of bubbles. Oh, and I also love to write.