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3.93  ·  Rating details ·  764 ratings  ·  190 reviews
In this fiery new romance from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author L.A. Casey, can she unlock her memories—and find true love?

When Noah Ainsley wakes up in a hospital room with no recollection of how she got there, all she knows is that she needs to see Elliot, the love of her life. Then she learns the horrifying truth: her short-term memory has been destroyed
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Kindle Edition, 315 pages
Published October 6th 2020 by Montlake Romance
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Sentranced Jem
Aug 15, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: arc-2020
Raise your hand if you're as excited as I am 🙋🏻‍♀️
Let us begin 🤞🏼🙏🏼
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Oh Elliot! 😍

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Done.
I have thoughts..

UPDATE:
Ok…I’m going to be honest here. I am a lover of all things L.A. Casey books but Forgetting You was okay.

Noah and Elliot were ridiculously sweet hahaha but the storyline was kind of over the top, kinda cliche and sort of predictable.

It wasn’t bad but it isn’t a book I would gush about with my friends.
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L.A. Casey
May 07, 2020 marked it as finished-writing  ·  (Review from the author)
FORGETTING YOU, my new contemporary romance standalone releases on the 6th of October. I can't wait for you all to meet Noah and Elliot.

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In this fiery new romance from New York Times and USA Today bestselling author L.A. Casey, can she unlock her memories—and find true love?

When Noah Ainsley wakes up in a hospital room with no recollection of how she got there, all she knows is that she needs to see Elliot, the love of her life. Then she learns the horrifying truth: her short-term me
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~Poppy~
Dec 12, 2020 rated it it was ok
2.5 Stars
Tahera
In my opinion this book was an okay read. I liked it but in the end the story was predictable. I have seen movies where the MCs meet with an accident and lose their memory, which leads to them to either forget or/and remember their old/new love so I hoped that the author would bring something fresh to the storyline since the blurb sounded interesting but there was nothing new about it. The plot line lacked a backstory, especially with regards to Noah and her marrying Anderson soon after her brea ...more
Laura
Aug 27, 2020 rated it did not like it
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Ilaria reads too much :)
I read other books with similar plots and I find it intriguing and juicy
The book is well written and edited and I recognise the author effort to touch abuse within family
But it was too much
What I did found unbearable is the dramma excess I mean yes a little bit or a lot but here in this contest trope well guys too much
I had pity of their chain of bad luck and I forced myself to the last page
Dear author it is not you it is me
I am not in a mood of a so cursed by drama couple
Arc received by Ne
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Jeeves Reads Romance
Oct 04, 2020 rated it it was ok
Um. I'm going to attempt to write this review without giving more than basic spoilers, but there's a lot to unpack. So fair warning.

It... wasn't great. I've read books by this author before, so I was intrigued by the blurb and looking forward to a mysterious, unique story. But this is the hottest of messes. Mixing flashbacks with present day, we get snippets of the relationship between Noah (heroine) and Elliot, before and after things fell apart for them. Noah's husband is part of the story, b
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Izzie d
It's okay.
No intimate scenes other than the Hero and heroine.
When Noah Ainsley wakes up in a hospital room with no recollection of how she got there, all she knows is that she needs to see Elliot, the love of her life. Then she learns the horrifying truth: her short-term memory has been destroyed by a car accident . She and Elliot broke up five years ago. And now she’s married to Anderson, a man she doesn’t even recognise.

In an instant Noah’s world is turned on its head. All she wants is Elliot
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Izzie d
Aug 16, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: arc, amnesia
It's okay.
No intimate scenes other than the Hero and heroine.

When Noah Ainsley wakes up in a hospital room with no recollection of how she got there, all she knows is that she needs to see Elliot, the love of her life. Then she learns the horrifying truth: her short-term memory has been destroyed by a car accident . She and Elliot broke up five years ago. And now she’s married to Anderson, a man she doesn’t even recognise.

In an instant Noah’s world is turned on its head. All she wants is Elliot
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Susan's Reviews
Jan 24, 2021 rated it liked it
Too melodramatic for my tastes

Too much soap opera antics. The author would repeat several versions of a thought which got very tiresome. The dialogue was not always very natural, especially that very odd last scene with Anderson.
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L.A. Casey strikes again!!! This author storylines are absolutely explosive and the best thing is that Irish Accent she has in some of her books. I absolutely love it!!! Also the funny scenes have me laughing so hard which automatically puts all her books on my top favourites shelf.

This one was no less. It was a standalone contemporary second chance Romance that I loved a lot! The Story was amazing and so were the characters. Noah has been
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Leanne ~ Tales From The Heart
This was my first read by this author and wow, she'll be on my TBR pile now.
This story had all the 'feels'. I don't know why so many reviews are bad, but that's just an opinion and here's mine.
The two main characters had a history, one that was not really over and we'll find out why as the story progresses. Noah has amnesia after a tragic accident giving her and Elliot a second chance to start over. She doesn't know her husband or the last 5 years of her life. You just know there is more to this
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Mia
Aug 16, 2020 rated it did not like it
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Amy
Sep 09, 2020 rated it liked it
Forgetting You is the lastest second chance romance from author L.A. Casey and it follows the story of Noah and Elliott. When Noah wakes up in a hospital room, she has no idea what happened to her or how she got there. Her brain seems to be stuck 5 years in the past. Noah is horrified to learn that Elliott is no longer hers and that she’s married to someone else. Even though Noah is married to someone else, she can’t deny the pull she feels towards Elliott. Elliott brings Noah calm in an otherwi ...more
2OCC Reviews
Aug 28, 2020 rated it liked it
Shelves: jessica
This wasn’t a bad book but I was hoping for more.I was honestly wanting more suspense then what I got. This book was just a lot about Noah and her loving Elliot. That wasn’t a bad thing, I just was hoping for suspense before the 80% Mark especially with how it ended. There was a lot of throwing in Ye due to an accent but then other times it was you. That got a little annoying because it didn’t stay consistent. It would have been different if it came out due to strong emotions but that wasn’t the ...more
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Tilly
Sep 29, 2020 rated it it was ok
2 stars

I thought this book was a debut but knowing it was from a well established author, I am even more let down. I went into this book after reading Burying Water by K A Tucker which is also about a woman that wakes up with severe amnesia (worse that Noah, the protagonist in this book). I therefore had a very close comparison in my mind with another book.
Unfortunately this book was a but of a disappointment. The writing is okay but the dialogue was so long and tiresome and repetitive. It seem
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Juli
Oct 04, 2020 rated it liked it
I voluntarily reviewed a copy of this book (given by Netgalley)...

KU*

3.5 stars

I really really wanted to like this book, but I just couldn’t get past Noah’s selfishness. It’s really hard to review this book without giving away major spoilers so I will try to be vague as possible.

The book starts in the present and flashes to past a few times, I usually dislike that in books especially when it’s over done, but it flowed very smoothly here. Right from the beginning there is a tragedy, Elliot’s baby
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• Island Queen Reads • Ofa •
4.5 STARS

I was pretty hesitant to start this book, but mostly because I don’t know if I was scared or intimidated by the reviews. I have read this author before and I love her books. There was just something about her writing that resonated within me. So when I started really getting into this book, I realised that I didn’t have anything to be scared of. If anything I should’ve been more terrified of the feelings that this book was gonna pull from me. It’s always hard dealing with a topic that i
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Caroline F
3.5 to 4 stars - This was an enjoyable, intriguing read.

"I loved him so completely that it scared me. He was someone who could break me without even trying."

Noah Ainsley and Elliot McKenna fell in love at 18. Over a decade later, they are no longer together and Noah is married to another man. However, after a horrific car accident, when Noah wakes up from a coma in the hospital, she's lost the last five years of her life: she thinks she's only 24, happily in love with Elliott, and her husband i
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Cotes
Aug 26, 2020 rated it it was ok  ·  review of another edition
A suspenseful romance. Elliot saves his ex-girlfriend from a car accident. When Noah awakes from a coma in the hospital, she’s forgotten the last five years, including that she and Elliot had broken up and that she had married another man.

I never got into this book. It never rose beyond formulaic for me. So much time is spent telling us that Elliot and Noah are M4EO, but it’s never really shown. Their original breakup didn’t make a lot of sense. Elliot withholds information from Noah, and it’s
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LianaReads blog
Aug 23, 2020 rated it liked it
3.5 stars
I was always intrigued by the concept of amnesia and how one will continue the life they have just like a child learning all the small steps in life.
The story was interesting and , even if it felt like at a slower pace at times, it still made me want to keep reading so I can find out what really happened before the accident. By 70% in i already suspected the big twist that was yet to come and I wasn’t wrong.
It’s a story about life and decisions and mistakes and of course, a second ch
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Karen
Aug 29, 2020 rated it liked it
Received ARC from Netgalley for honest review. I've read amnesia plots before and this was ok, considering what she is blocking out and you quickly figure out what but it's put off to the side while Noah (hate boy's name for female) figures out everything before and heals from horrific car crash she was involved in. This book is written with the setting in England so you'll have to figure out the vernacular.

Towards the end it goes from nothing to over the top. Maybe realistic?

The epilogue was a
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Clare
Aug 15, 2020 rated it it was amazing
What an amazing story, I'm a big fan of Lee's and when I saw this was up on NetGalley I was so excited and when I saw I got a copy I did a happy dance, WHat to say about this book without giving too much away, Noah and Elliot were great characters and I really enjoyed reading about them and their story was a hard one but lee wrote it so well I felt part of the story with them. I felt all the up and downs and so glad I got to read this, it's such a great book. ...more
Nana Pickrell
Oct 31, 2020 rated it liked it
Well this book wasn't bad but it definitely wasn't good. I'll admit there's enough going on in this read to keep you mildly interested, but there's nothing special, unique or earth-shattering going on. ...more
Sara Oxton
Aug 17, 2020 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Forgetting You by L.A. Casey a tail of two halves. I have struggled with figuring a rating for this story as for the first third at least, I struggled to read, it wasn’t bad it just didn’t grip me all the time, some parts were great and then other chunks just could have been pulled to make a better story. I was frustrated as I was left wondering if the author was American writing a story set in London, or just trying to appease an American audience, but it only happened at first, once the author ...more
Patty
Oct 15, 2020 rated it liked it  ·  review of another edition
Forgetting You by L.A. Casey is a romantic thriller. Noah Ainsley wakes up in a hospital with no memory of the last few years. Noah does not recognize her husband, and wonders why she is no longer with Elliot, the love of her life. I enjoyed this book, but it was slow at times, and predictable. I will be reading more book by this author. I recommend this book if you are looking for a light thriller.
I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my
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Lien
Where to begin...

1. The romance
The sex scene in chapter two was way too early into the story. Nothing profound has happened in the actual story yet to warrant a sex scene even as a flashback. I get its purpose, to show me their oh so deep love for each other even at 17 but nah, this was like getting thrown into the deep end. The romance was built without any finesse. Too “in-your-face”.

2. The plot
You’d think the book would either focus on the accident that caused the amnesia or on the c
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Renee
Oct 17, 2020 rated it liked it
3.5
Raising some epistemological questions about the nature of identity and the clear role memory plays in shaping our sense of self, Forgetting You begins with a bang; a young blossoming romance that’s going to go either way and a tragic car crash 7 years on. Initially, when we meet our two central characters, Noah and Elliot, our British and Irish combo have a wonderfully young romance energy. Both characters are quite likeable, particularly Elliot who certainly fits the heroic fireman bill in
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Krista Webster
Oct 06, 2020 rated it liked it
I was looking forward to reading this book as I hadn’t read LA Casey for quite a while.
The synopsis was intriguing and caught my interest so I was pleased when NetGalley sent me an Arc to read and review. The story is written in dual POV with flashbacks to main events in Noah and Elliot’s lives. It is a second chance romance but does cover some sensitive issues.

We have a good dramatic and horrifying start with the disturbing voicemail, car crash and the heroic rescue of Noah by Elliot.

Elliott
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L.A. Casey is a New York Times and USA Today bestselling author who juggles her time between her mini-me and writing. She was born, raised and currently resides in Dublin, Ireland. She enjoys chatting with her readers, who love her humour and Irish accent as much as her books.

Casey's first book, DOMINIC, was independently published in 2014 and became an instant success on Amazon. She is both trad
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