Friday, February 6, 2015

Many Kinds of Unforgettable By Renata Barcelos Book Review

Many Kinds of Unforgettable
(Myself in Blue 1.5)
Renata F. Barcelos
Book Description
Anna Oshiro Morning-Goodwin and William Butler grew up together. Ever since they met, at the tender age of 5, they have been inseparable.

Now at 15, their friendship is blossoming into something deeper; something that makes them both excited and scared.

Life, however, plays its tricks. William's father wants to return to Ireland, and Anna receives some disturbing news from her godmother and doctor. Decided not to let their last summer together be ruined by her health problems, she never tells William, and faces her fight alone.

The little time they still have together must be full of unforgettable moments that will last forever in their hearts, or at least until the day they meet again.

Anna and William have 3 months to create as many kinds of unforgettable as possible.

Many Kinds of Unforgettable is book 1.5 in the Myself in Blue Series. Even though it can be read as a standalone, this novella makes several references that can be spoilers if you haven’t read Myself in Blue, Book 1, beforehand. Therefore, it may be better to read the books in order.
My Thoughts
“Many Kinds of Unforgettable’ was a very nice companion novella to ‘Myself in Blue’. I really enjoyed this story. I loved ‘Myself in Blue’ so very much and it was a real treat to read about their child Anna. Anna and Will’s story was so beautiful. The character development was on point and yet again, I really enjoyed Renata’s plot line.
‘Many Kinds of Unforgettable’ was definitely and unforgettable read. I really felt attached to the characters by the end of the book. It was written very well and kept me really invested in the story. Another fantastic read from Renata, I simply cannot wait to see what else she has in store for her characters.

* I received this book from the author in exchange for an honest review. All opinions expressed in this review are my own. I did not receive compensation for this review.

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