Only a fool would think they could steal from a werewolf …
Anticipating a quiet night alone with the man she loves, Darcy’s world is sent into a spin with the arrival of someone from the past—Mason’s. She is further shocked by the intruder’s claim she may not even be the true mate of the Mystic Wolves Alpha. Accusations start to fly, leading to her new enemy being granted asylum, and this is just the beginning of trouble.
Relying on the reassurances of Mason and the support of her friends and Pack, Darcy soon falls under attack. Suspicions are raised, and with no other choice, she must flee with Devlin to safety where hopefully they can untangle the lies hidden behind the use of magic. Time is quickly ticking away, leading to a showdown where everything is on the line.
They need to uncover the truth before it’s too late, or once again, Darcy will need to fight to hold onto her dreams.
Almost immediately, Darcy and Mason are faced with quite a dramatic challenge to their much anticipated mating. It is this challenge that continues to weave twists, turns and tension throughout the book. Belinda Boring successfully manages to capture the protagonists' heart felt struggles, especially that of Darcy's.
What was particularly enjoyable about Forget Me Not was the continued inclusion and development of the swoon-worthy Devlin and the extremely amusing and entertaining Vlad. It was the description of these two characters in particular that were vividly captured and entertaining.
The book at times was a little simplistic in language and plot development, although this did not take away my appreciation or like of the book. I am a fan of Belinda Boring and do like her writing style.
|A lovely 4 stars!|