Forget You tells a compelling story about love and relationships, trauma and depression, and sex. It's at times sweet, and at others intense. A good book to read on a lazy afternoon, with only 292 pages and a light plot.
Zoey was fun to read about, though I just didn't get her decisions sometimes. And the way she treated and thought about her mom was mean: shouldn't she have been supporting her mother?
I did like Doug's character. I always swoon for smart asses in books (probably because I am one myself). He was also sweet, at times, and his background and past showed in and affected everything he did. His character was dynamic and enjoyable to read about.
Right from the start, there was obvious chemistry between Zoey and Doug. Their attraction was so plain to see, yet I found the thing keeping them apart - Brandon - as an obstacle that could have been easily overcome.
The book ended on a hopeful note and made for a satisfying conclusion to the story.
Though this story wasn't exactly a favorite of mine, Jennifer Echols's writing style was both to-the-point and lovely. I give Forget You a 3 out of 5; and I'm interested in reading her other books.