Review: Can't Forget You by Rachel Lacey

Can't Forget You
Risking It All #3
Rachel Lacey
December 19th
Forever
Pages: 352
Format Read: eARC
Source: Publisher via NetGalley

Jessica Flynn can't wait to buy up that patch of unspoiled North Carolina woodland next door and expand her spa. What could be more sensuous than a hot-tub soak under the stars? Jessica would love to bask in the romantic view herself-but first she needs to find the right man to join her in this fantasy. Back in high school, she thought that was the dark and brooding Mark Dalton. But then he left to join the Special Forces, and when he returned to town, it felt like their teenage love affair had never even happened.

Mark Dalton has his eye on the same property for his own business. Yet there's something he wants to have even more. Because Jessica is sweeter than he remembered, and he's finding it hard to resist his attraction to the competition. When they finally find themselves alone, deep in the forest, nature can't help but run a little wild. But if she ever finds out what he's been hiding all these years, she may never forgive him...


I have to tell you there is nothing I like better then reading a romance and having a good feeling about the main characters. You want, no need them to be together. Right away you see that they are meant to be. Now if someone...Mark (I know, usually I'm more mad a heroine for something) would get over himself and man up we could move on and be where we need to be. 

Oh he (Mark) is so frustrating. At times I wanted to yell at him to deal with his past crap and grow up. Not that he really acted childish he just needed to grow a pair and be a man. Sounds rough and I'm not sure why I feel that way. To be hones I really liked Mark other then his past issues. 

I could what a sweet guy he was behind the blank stare. He just needed the right person or persons to help him become the man he could be. Again that makes him seem like he's not a man and I don't mean that I just mean the people around him help me to become whole. 

Now Jessica I loved right away. There is just something so nice about her. I also really liked her family too. They are all in each others business and are they to offer support. I liked how the author kept you glued to the pages but not only the relationship between Mark and Jessica but also with Jessica's illness that you're kept guessing about. Lacey did a good job of that. 

As a whole Can't Forget You is a very good story with the characters from the other books in the series in this one too. I loved it and couldn't put it down until I knew both Jessica, Mark and Bear were happy. 

If you've read Can't Forget You or any other book by Rachel Lacey I'd love to hear your thoughts. Thanks for visit and happy reading! ♡





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  1. She a always has great book covers and titles

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  2. I do prefer heroes to be responsible and take charge of their lives. Probably because I grew up in a area where women have more balls than man normally do which is so frustrating. So I can see why this would be rough to read through. Although I will say that I do enjoy this author but haven't read this one yet.

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    1. I think when I first wrote the review it was when I just finished it and had a stronger feeling about it. Now I'm only slightly bugged about it. Ha! Crazy I know.

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  3. I haven't read her but this does sound good.

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