Forget Me Knot by Melissa Glisan

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Forget Me Knot by Melissa Glisan
Publisher: Red Rose Publishing
Genre: Paranormal, Contemporary
Length: Full Length (266 pgs)
Other: M/F
Rating: 3 stars
Reviewed by Strawberry

Dr. Celena Black tied regrets around her fingers like Forget-Me-Knots – each one about the man-wolf alpha, Madden “Red” Silvestri. After a decade of keeping his distance, Red needs Celena’s help as badly as he needs her love, but can their tangled past forge a clear future?

As the weedy wildflower between rose triplets, being unforgettable wasn’t even a dream for Flora Daniels. But dreams are what Lupercus’ twin, Frank Horne, blames for his animalistic attraction to the natural beauty.

What are a werewolf and a Roman god to do when everything goes to the dogs?

An enjoyable read, Forget Me Knot is the second book in the Dog Wild series by Melissa Glisan. This book can be read as a standalone but is best to be read as part of the series.

Celena is a smart woman who has worked hard all her life. She skipped several grades in school. She met Madden in high school. Both were taken with each other at first sight despite the age difference. Madden is the alpha of the wolf lord’s pack. The pain of losing Celena makes Madden stay in wolf form as much as he can.  The chemistry between Celena and Madden is off the charts. The sex scenes are very hot. These two complement each other very well. I can see these two spending the rest of their lives together.

Flora is one of triplets. She is different as night and day compared to them. She always felt different compared to them. Faunus is used to getting what he wants. There was a lot of chemistry between Flora and Faunus.

The book was difficult for me to follow for the first third or so.  One of the problems I had with this story was the dueling story lines. They seemed to compete with each to each for the reader’s attention. One couple always seems to be more interesting to the reader. I think if the author separated the story lines, I would have appreciated each story line more.  And the use of nicknames was a bit confusing.  However, the heat and chemistry between the characters made up for that!

Overall, this was enjoyable read. This author shows a lot of promise for the future and I will definitely be reading the next book in the series.

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