Next up: “Don’t Forget Me” by @judycorry 📖 ….. so far it’s good! No complaints from this series. Very good series.
Okay; this book was interesting enough was it as good as the others? Ehhh not so much; I liked the others way better. Though I did enjoy Jess and Eliana story, I wish it were written in both Jess thoughts and Eliana thoughts, not just Eliana’s only smh!
••••••• Just going to drop a few spoilers before I write a review and go night! •~•
So, okay I was actually glad when Jess finally told wait no actually his sister actually told Eliana then he finally told Eliana once they started dating. Plus the only reason why he dated Kelsie was that of Eliana pushing him on to her; he actually wanted her instead, but she was too blind and naive actually to see that he only had eyes for her. I was glad that she realizes that at the time of her birthday.
I also, understood why she broke up with Jess, especially when how she felt like everyone was leaving her and forgetting her when you feel like that you will have negative thoughts and push the ones you love; and who love you away because you tend not to believe what they tell you. Moreover, that was what happened to her and Jess relationship; when it came to that hating *** Keslie and his mother which I think the both of them had plotted against Eliana to ruin their relationship. His mom was definitely an “uppity boogie think she’s better than the next person” she the one was trying to make her son not happy when in reality; Eliana is what made him feel good about himself and liked him for who he was and didn’t push him; and change him into someone he wasn’t.
I was glad in the ends that Jess and Eliana worked out their differences and gotten back together and she actually got to see her dad again and had time to explain why he left him in the dust. I cannot wait for the next book (the book with (Lexi brother and her best friend) to this series to come out… I do hope it’s good and has both male/female thoughts in each chapter.
Eliana Costa has never kissed a guy. Her best guy friend, Jess, is more than willing to help her out. He has plenty of experience since he finds a new girlfriend every other week. But when a practice kiss brings on feelings Eliana hadn’t bargained for, her already messy life is thrown into a new level of chaos.
Life is already more than she can handle after her dad’s disappearance. Eliana worries that if she admits her feelings to Jess, she just might lose her best friend. And right now, a best friend is all she needs. But when another girl tries to date Jess, Eliana is forced to decide if taking a chance on love is worth the risk.
Don’t Forget Me is the first standalone book in The Ridgewater High Trilogy, a series of simmering YA contemporary romances. If you like sweet romance with ballad-worthy chemistry, and endearing characters then you’ll love Judy Corry’s latest romance series.