A small town boy.
A summer they'll never forget.
Spending the summer at her Grammy's in Lilac Bay, Devon, is city girl Alexis 'Lexy' Edwards idea of hell. That is, until she reconnects with her childhood friend, Jen, and meets Alec Johnson.
Alec is the kind of guy Lexy knows she needs to stay away from. He's the village flirt, ridiculously hot and very dangerous to her self control. But there's a problem – she can't seem to keep him out, even though she knows he'll break her heart.
As Alec slowly strips away Lexy's defences and the two embark on a summer romance she never wanted, their feelings grow to more than either expected. But nothing lasts forever, and reality intrudes.
As her world is shaken to it's core, Lexy's self made prediction comes true when she discovers she's spent six weeks surrounded by secrets. Kept out by her family and the only guy she's ever trusted, she falls apart.
And when Grammy tells her that 'you might not end up where you wanted to be, but you'll always end up where you're meant to be,' she has to figure out if her meant to be is back home in London, or if it's been in Devon the whole time.
Guest Post #2 –
Ten Things You Didn't Know About Me – And Would Probably Never Guess (Okay,
I wanted to do something totally random and fun for one of the guest posts, so I decided
to let you get to know me a little better with some of my strange quirks. Do you have any of
1: I hate toenails. Seriously, they creep me out. I've never gotten a pedicure, nor am I
ever likely to. I hate cutting them, filing them, whatever. Even worse, having to cut my
daughters. Can I hire someone to do that?
2: I actually hate Facebook. I only really use it to rant, for my author page or the
messenger app. I keep it because I'm nosey. And now I'll wait for my friend list to go down.
Because it will.
3: I'm afraid of the dark. Yeah, I'm nineteen and afraid of the dark. If I have to do
anything in the middle of the night I will turn every light on as I go. I also do this strange
shoulder lift thing to protect my neck because of course, if the Bogey Man is waiting he's
gonna go for that. Excuse me while I roll my eyes at myself.
4: I started my Christmas shopping in January. Okay, you might already know this, but
my daughter is a Christmas baby (Dec 23rd) and can you imagine buying all that in one go?
No, thank you. I also bought her main present a couple weeks ago – a Storio e-reader –
because it was on sale. I like bargains.
5: I say 'eeek' too much. I'm actually ashamed to say I do say it in real life. I'm gonna
have to do something about that...
6: I buy kids films for my pleasure opposed to my daughter's. I should probably be really
embarrassed right now, but I'm not. Give me Peter Pan any day. Lost Boys and Tinkerbell
7: I love the way my daughter says 'thank you, mummy', and will continuously give her
things to hear her say it. Imagine in a two year old, uncertain voice - ' fan-koo, mum-mee.'
It's too cute. I also love it when she runs across the room and tells herself to slow down.
8: I talk too much. Like, really. For someone who rarely leaves the house, I make up for
it by talking my American friends' ears off. I don't think they mind. (Do you?)
9: In private, I have a really crude sense of humour. In my defence, I do think this is a
British thing. Tell me a joke about the chicken crossing the road and I'll look at you blankly,
yet tell me about a Ferrari entering a garage and I'll laugh until I cry.
10: I've now given you nine things to use against me in any situation. I'd rather you
didn't, but if you do, use them wisely. ;)
First thoughts after....
I want more! I hope there is a sequel!
How Distracted Did I Get???
Never Forget is a fun addictive read. The story was difficult to put down. I love a good girl not giving into the bad boy easily and giving him a hard time. Lexy is fun and sassy and a good girl. The last thing she wants is to go and visit the small town her grandmother lives in. I enjoyed watching her grow emotionally throughout. Never Forget was so hard to tuck away for even a minute we had to order Chinese so I could finish.
I give Never Forget......
By day, Emma Hart dons a cape and calls herself Super Mum to a terrible two year old. By night, she drops the cape, pours a glass of wine and writes books. She likes to write about magic, kisses and whatever else she can fit into the story. Sarcastic, witty characters are a must. As are hot guys. She has two new series planned as well as her New Adult Romance, Never Forget, due February 2013. She likes to be busy - unless busy involves doing the dishes. Her debut YA series, The Mauve Legacy, is an Apple iBooks Bestseller - and this makes Emma excited.
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