Make Me Forget by Beth Kery ~ Book Review

Book Synopsis:
Harper McFaddan has made her name as an investigative journalist by being both compassionate and fearless. After tragedy strikes her family, she moves to the shores of Lake Tahoe to find some peace. But when mysterious software mogul Jacob Latimer comes into her life, her thoughts turn from her own healing to an urgent need to get closer to him...

Jacob Latimer is the definition of a self-made man. The software entrepreneur built his corporation from nothing, but rumors abound about the shadiness of his rise to power  and no one knows what secrets lurk in his past. Harper is the last person he should let into his life. As an investigative journalist, she’s the one person who could expose his hidden origins. But Jacob knows things about Harper’s past that make him irresistibly drawn to her. He wants nothing more than to make her his—and Jacob is a man who always gets what he wants...

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Beth is the New York Times and USA Today bestselling author of over thirty novels. Learn more about author Beth Kery.

Book Review:
This is the first installment of what looks like a possible eight installments. The great thing about installment books is that they are short reads for those on-the-go readers. However, installment books are very difficult to review. However, Kery’s first installment of the Make Me series contains a lot of promising elements. A self-made billionaire, a smart journalists and a mysterious pass where both their lives intersect. 

Harper McFadden, a well-accomplished journalist/news editor, has a strange and powerful attraction to software entrepreneur, Jacob Latimer. Jacob automatically recognizes Harper, and is overwhelmed with feelings from a distant pass that he has tried to bury. Harper, however, does not remember Jacob at all. In fact, it would appear that she has somehow blocked all memories from this time period, including of Jacob.

I have to say that Kery does a great job of introducing the series by feeding our imaginations and providing just enough curiosity to anticipate the second installment. For now, I would rate this one 3.5 stars. 

~*Disclaimer: This post was written by Andrea'. I received a copy of this book from NetGalley and Penguin Group in exchange for an honest review. All opinions are honest and my own.*~ 


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