Forget You, Ethan
by Whitney G.
Publication Date: August 2, 2018
Genres: New Adult, Contemporary, Romance
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**Keep your friends close and your enemies closer…**
I’ve hated Rachel Dawson since I was seven years old. My next door neighbor and number one sworn enemy, she’s the reason why almost all of our childhood fights ended with me setting something of hers on fire. (Or, vice versa.)
She snitched on me when I broke curfew.
I snitched on her when she lied about having a boyfriend.
We went back and forth like this throughout high school, both vowing to never talk to each other again when we went off to college.
But that was until she showed up at my apartment during my senior year and asked me for a temporary place to stay. Until I realized just how much between us had changed, and the line I thought we’d never cross became harder and harder to ignore…
About Whitney G.
Whitney G. is a twenty-eight-year-old optimist who is obsessed with travel, tea, and great coffee. She’s also a New York Times & USA Today bestselling author of several contemporary novels, and the cofounder of The Indie Tea–an inspirational blog for indie romance authors.
When she’s not chatting with readers on her Facebook Page, you can find her on her website at http://www.whitneygbooks.com or on instagram: @whitneyg.author. (If she’s not in either of those places, she’s probably locked away working on another crazy story.)
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It’s been a hot minute since I’ve read a Whitney G book so I was excited about this book.
I found the characters pretty easy to like and I enjoyed the banter. The love/hate tone to the entire book was enjoyable. I mean, we know they don’t really hate each other, right? I would have like to know a little more about Rachel and Ethan, though. There were things mentioned in the book that, given a little more attention, could have made the characters more interesting. But, having said all of that, I connected with them and found them both easy to like.
Forget You, Ethan was a delightful read full of laughs, cute moments, sexy times, and a lot of reminders of what it’s like to be young.
~ Kimberly Anne