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Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Jennifer Echols was born in Atlanta and grew up in a small town on a beautiful lake in Alabama—a setting that has inspired. Editorial Reviews. About the Author. Jennifer Echols is the author of several romantic comedies Kindle Store; ›; Kindle eBooks; ›; Literature & Fiction. Forget You book. Read reviews from the world's largest community for readers. Why can't you choose what you forget and what you remember?Ther.

Since the day I read the description, I had been dying to read it.

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I had high expectations for Forget You, and it surpassed them all by leaps and bounds. Jennifer Echols has filled the pages of Forget You with a beautiful story dealing with darker and raw experiences of life.

She wasted not one word, and hooked me into the story with the first words. Zoey is dealing with her family basically being torn apart and is going through a lot.

Doug is there for her, and despite her resentment of him at first, you see them meld together The chemistry between Doug and Zoey was intense and simply flew off the page.

Jennifer Echols really has a way with words. Forget You is filled with some of the most romantic, beautiful scenes I've ever read. Every moment felt so real. There were so many scenes that simply took my breath away.

The sexual tension was so much I'm surprised the book didn't burst into flames. Everything was perfect, nothing ever felt from for Doug and Zoey. There was not one thing I could even come close to criticizing about Forget You. If I did say something, it would be that I wish it was longer because I never wanted to leave Zoey and Doug's world. Jennifer Echols has an insane talent with writing these absolutely amazing boys that you fall for on about page 2.

This is one of those books. I was crushing on Doug right away. He was sweet despite the attitude he gave off. He was totally hot, and you kept thinking about his amazing eyes. Along with her talent of writing gorgeous men, Jennifer Echols writes amazing heroines with strong qualities. Zoey was a strong willed girl and I really appreciated that. If I had to describe Forget You with one word it would be W. Jennifer Echols has written a book that will be sure to blow readers away.

It's superbly well written and is filled with a story that will make your heart melt. It has an addictive quality, that makes it hard to put down once you've started reading.

Forget You is a rare gem of a book in every way. Sep 04, Angela rated it really liked it Shelves: After her mother and father's divorce, Zoey is determined to live the perfect life, everything and everyone in it's place. However, when her mother attempts suicide Zoey's world is thrown out of whack. To further complicate matters, Zoey is in an accident and can't remember what happened the night it happened.

But she needs to remember and fast, because when she wakes up her love life is upside down. Things that irked me about the novel: I had a hard time sympathizing with Zoey at times because After her mother and father's divorce, Zoey is determined to live the perfect life, everything and everyone in it's place. I had a hard time sympathizing with Zoey at times because I simply got fed up with her.

Truly, I kept having to remind myself that the girl had been through a huge trauma, not to mention the fact that her dad was a total asshole. Once I reminded myself of these facts, I could over look her stupid and see that it made sense Not to mention she comes off as a snob at times and not in a lovable way.

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Things I loved: As always I love Echols's style and voice. This novel is not only witty but emotionally charged, something I am coming to love and respect about the author. Zoey, when she's not obsessing about her lame "boyfriend" is sweet, smart, and clueless, just the right mix. And Doug is all the things a sweetly messed up bad boy should be. I loved the moments when Doug and Zoey were together and it was natural. Overall, I really enjoyed the novel, despite this itching need I felt to slap some sense into Zoey which I'm beginning to wonder if that was the authors intent!

View all 3 comments. Nov 12, Princess Bookie rated it it was amazing Shelves: My Thoughts: Over the past 24 hours I kept reliving this book over and over in my head, trying to find the right words to write this review. I can't stress enough how beautiful this book is! Yes, it was that darn good! We are introduced to Zoey and Zoey's crazy family troubles.

Her mom tries to commit suicide, her dad is marrying a 24 year old, and she along with her whole swim team except Doug works at the family business as lifeguards. After her mom's suicide attempt she is forced to go live w My Thoughts: After her mom's suicide attempt she is forced to go live with her dad. Why so much family craziness? Zoey just wants to be normal! She hooks up with her buddy Brandon even though she knows how he is hooks up with all the girls.

She sleeps with him and thinks that maybe he'll be different, who knows. Brandon is kind of guy you'd just have as a friend. You know his ways, so you would never really "want" to hook up with him or be his girlfriend. Well, there are so many characters throughout this book and they are all so appealing.

We meet her other friends on the swim team but most of all we are introduced to Doug. Doug went to juvie a few years ago and everyone is afraid to mess with him. I liked Doug from the first sentence. I just knew there had to be a sweet side underneath that rough exterior. He and Zoey don't get a long real well. Everyone thinks he really dislikes her and they are always at eachothers throats. They have a history together and as the story unfolds you realize all the reasons why they don't see eye to eye.

One night Zoey goes out to one of the beach parties and is in a car accident. She is dragged out of the car by Doug. But she doesn't remember what happened. Why is he there? Why was he in the other car with Mike who he doesn't even like? All she knows is she has a bump on her head and Doug has a broken leg! The next morning, she wakes up to find Doug in her living room acting all cuddly and sweet thinking they are together now.

She's confused!!! What the heck happened last night? This story goes from there as she tries to figure out what happen and why is Doug all of a sudden looking so delicious to her!

There is sarcasm, wit, and a certain sweetness about this book. I don't want to give away the whole story because this book is so good and you have to read it yourself but I want to point out my favorite parts!!!! First off, there was one scene where Doug and Zoey were in the bus and Doug has his head on Zoey's lap. There was nowhere else to sit and Doug had to elevate his leg and she didn't want to sit on the nasty floor.

This was so romanctic, its like Echols got right into my head and took out my favorite romantic scene that I've wanted to see in a book forever!!!! The whole thing was beautiful, even the way her eyes traced down his belly button!!!!! Oh yeah! My other favorite scene was where Doug and Zoey were in the back of the police car and she was against him. When you read Forget You, you'll understand exactly what I mean. Lets just put it this way, Jennifer Echols has a way with words.

Forget You was beautiful, intelligent, and downright sexy! Zoey and Doug were meant to be together from the get go! The chemistry between them was smoldering! So hot, I thought my eyes were going to catch fire!!! This book is definitely one you should read this year! I usually do not reread books but this is one I will be rereading! This is one of the most amazing covers ever.

It is beautiful! The girl is pretty and the guy is super hot! Even his eyelashes! I loved this book! I'm officially a Jennifer Echols fan-girl! Zoey is a senior in high school on the swim team. Her father owns a water-park called Slide with Clyde Zoey's father where she works every summer with her swim teammates. This is where she first hears that her father has impregnated his twenty-four year old girlfriend, Ashley a water park employee.

Zoey and her mother move out of their house on the beach to an apartment.

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Ashley and her father will now be living at the house. Zoey noti I loved this book! Zoey notices her mother becoming more and more depressed and finally she walks in to find that her mother has overdosed.

Zoey was in time to save her and she gets taken to the emergency room where they decide to commit her to the "looney bin" as her father so tactfully puts it. As a witness to all this, in the emergency room is handsome bad-boy Doug Fox, a swim teammate and hater on Zoey. His older brother was one of the police responders to the call on Zoey's mother and Doug is bringing him food. Zoey's father threatens her not to tell anyone about her mother, she could ruin her mother's career, but more than that he doesn't want the embarrassment of other people knowing.

Zoey is terrified that Doug will spread this news around to embarrass her but surprisingly he tells no one. That same night Zoey decides to go to a beach party, she doesn't just want to go home and be alone with her thoughts. There she decides is as good a time as any to lose her virginity to her friend Brandon, football player at her school.

One night, after a football game, Zoey gets into a car crash and can't remember anything from the night before. Just being at the game and getting into a fight with Doug. She remembers Doug pulling her from the car and cradling her after the accident but nothing else. All of a sudden Doug acts like something has happened between them and her boyfriend Brandon starts avoiding her.

Jennifer Echols does such a great job building up relationships and tension! I loved, loved, loved this book! You really fall in love with her flawed characters. Zoey is reeling from all her family drama and probably from growing up with such a self-absorbed father what a jerk!

You feel like she's trying so hard to keep it together, yet she makes a few pretty stupid choices. I couldn't believe she took so long to really wake up to Brandon after he spent the summer confiding in her about all his girlfriends. There was a lot of humor, even dealing with some heavy issues and a lot of swoon worthy romance! An amazing book! Jan 14, Mara rated it really liked it Shelves: Jennifer Echols never let's me down when I need a quick, satisfying read.

There's the 'bad' more like misunderstood boy in the form of Doug who's caught up in the current of the good girl, Zoey. Not that she can convincingly convince the reader that she isn't swept up by him equally as much. But Echols is never one to skimp on substance, grounding this stereotypical YA trope by giving her characters rich back stories. She speaks of teen issues unabashedly.

Zoey is a raging storm struggling to m Jennifer Echols never let's me down when I need a quick, satisfying read. Zoey is a raging storm struggling to maintain a facade of control over her life. She is the captain of the swim team, so used to maintaining structure when it comes to her position, but not quite managing to do it for her own life.

Her father has as good as abandoned her, and her mother has launched into a downward spiral which she blames on herself. Add Doug to this all. He is a storm in his own right. A tempest that no one has been able to understand since he was sent to juvie in the 9th grade.

One that rattles her and excites her all at the same. Again, and again, they're drawn to each other. Forced together by one shared night which only one of them can remember.

And it's delicious. The tension. The secrets. The wild rainstorms that soundtrack all their anger and attraction. Phew, it was hot. My one gripe comes from one scene in the second half of the novel. I won't give it away, but it's when we see Zoey's controlling nature tip towards manipulative. And I just no Zoey. Up until that point it was a 5 star read, but that scene made my stomach turn. Regardless, it's well worth a read.

The father, for one, was an ass and while I sympathize with Zoey's situation, she bothered me, a lot. I know she's young but she's also very naive and dense. Doug on the other hand was a good role. I liked his wit and charm and I have to admit he had some good chemistry with Zoey.

The concept was cool and the writing is as always fantastic, but I just didn't love this one as much as Echols o 3. The concept was cool and the writing is as always fantastic, but I just didn't love this one as much as Echols other books. View all 19 comments. So good so bad. Jul 20, Emily rated it did not like it. I will preface this with saying, I really wanted to read this book. I read the description and thought, hey that sounds interesting. But, it wasn't. It sucked.

Hardcore suckage. The premise of the book, is Zoey is a perfect darling girl who has rich parents and has everything.

Except apparently a brain. She is on the swim team life is perfect until it spirals out of control when her controlling asshole father cheats on her mom, gets his 24 year old gf pregnant and then makes her mom move out of t I will preface this with saying, I really wanted to read this book. She is on the swim team life is perfect until it spirals out of control when her controlling asshole father cheats on her mom, gets his 24 year old gf pregnant and then makes her mom move out of the house to an apartment.

Her mom then goes crazy, tries to kill herself and is sent to 'insane asylum' where it is determined she is bi-polar. Her ass of a dad threatens Zoey to not mention a word of this. This craziness pushes Zoey out of control and she decides it's a fabulous idea to have sex with Brandon, the extreme player who she has been giving girl advice to all summer. I am all about having random fun sex if you can handle it.

You lose all credibility. But like I said, I requested to read this book because I thought it sounded interesting. So they hook up, she doesn't hear from him for OVER a week and yet calls herself his girlfriend.

That was it. Stop calling him your boyfriend. Enter Doug. Doug is this 'baaad boy' who went to juvie in 9th grade and yada yada yada he is sooo bad. We can't talk to him cuz he is a baaaad boy. So Doug and Zoey never have liked each other apparently, stemming back to when he went to juvie and missed homecoming, after he had asked her to go with him. So, one nite a week after the hook up with player Zoey wakes up and she has been in a car crash.

She has no idea how she got there, no memory of most of the nite leading up to it.

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She doesn't admit this to anyone. SO, Zoey lies about having no memory because he threatens to lock HER up in a looney bin if she says she can't remember anything. The wierd thing? All Zoey remembers is waking up to Doug pulling her out and then Doug shows up to her house acting all wierd the morning after. So this is where I completely stopped attempting to like it and just started rolling my eyes and thinking ofa ll the stupidness. Tell me about it. NO one acts like that. Ok, this book had a lot of problems and one of the most irritating to me was overuse of using animals in similies or the fact that Zoey just wouldn't freaking ask someone what happened, or that Doug wouldn't tell her what happened and the fact that she called a guy she had sex with once her boyfriend.

Ok so that was more than one. Life changes for Zoey when her Dad has an affair with his 24 year old assistant and gets her pregnant. Since most of her friends from school work for her Dad's business everyone knows what has happened but it is something that Zoey would much rather have kept quiet.

When her Mum attempts to commit suicide Zoey is forced to move in with her Dad and his new fiance. Worried about her Mum and the stress of trying to keep what happened a secret changes Zoey and makes her act in ways she never would h Life changes for Zoey when her Dad has an affair with his 24 year old assistant and gets her pregnant.

Worried about her Mum and the stress of trying to keep what happened a secret changes Zoey and makes her act in ways she never would have imagined. When she has a car accident and looses her memory of a whole night she is determined to piece together what happened by herself - too embarrassed to confess that she can't remember. She had planned to go parking with her boyfriend Brandon but doesn't understand why he suddenly seems to be avoiding her.

Then there is Doug, who usually spends his time teasing her at school but is now acting almost like she's his girlfriend. What could have happened that night? And how is Zoey going to find out without letting everyone know that she can't remember?

This is the first book I've read by Jennifer Echols but it definitely won't be the last. I was really impressed with Forget You and it is one of my favorite young adult romances. Although Zoey is a smart student she makes some stupid choices over the course of the book, however, I think with everything that was going on in her life at the time this is actually quite understandable.

I'm sure she's not the first teenager who does something that they later regret in the heat of the moment.

I actually liked this about her as it made her seem a more realistic character. I have to mention that I could not stand Zoey's Dad - I really wanted to punch him several times throughout the story and if I had to pick one thing I didn't like about the story overall it would be that I'd have liked to see him get some of his own medicine!

May 15, Maria rated it really liked it Shelves: I recommend Forget You. Gosh, i am definitely having fangirl moments in this review. Zoey she looked like Uma Thurman reminded me of Brittany from Perfect Chemistry they wanted to preserve their perfect-girl-daughter act , but i have to say the latter ha I recommend Forget You.

Zoey she looked like Uma Thurman reminded me of Brittany from Perfect Chemistry they wanted to preserve their perfect-girl-daughter act , but i have to say the latter has more steel in her character than the former. But i do love her cussing after the accident — it was funny! Doug Doug Doug How about you park with me, instead?

They are explanations, not excuses — he says, and i agree with him. Doug, you are one swoon-worthy guy! The backseat scenes are hot and steamy! The author knows how to keep me going and panting after Doug. Forget You is a quick read for me, and boy, did i ever read it again minutes just after finishing it.

It was good! Is that love? I swallowed. View all 9 comments. Apr 10, Carolina rated it really liked it Shelves: Beautiful writing, history, cover, characters and excellent book. Zoe was sometimes really stupid, by the decision she made, like the one of the second chapter for EX! I meaaaaaan! Other than that this book was one of my favorite young-adult romances. Apr 26, Zaira rated it it was ok Shelves: It's my first book of this author and to say the truth I liked her honest writing style.

I liked the relationship between Doug and Zoey. It was believable and I could see the chemistry between them. It was so obvious!! I liked how the author approached some major subjects suicide, bipolar, amnesia and even masturbation.

I liked the mistery. It made the book hard to put down. But there's always a but I disliked Zoey's character.

Why did she keep obsessing over a relationship that clearly didn' It's my first book of this author and to say the truth I liked her honest writing style. Why did she keep obsessing over a relationship that clearly didn't even exist?

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