REVIEW: Forget (Changing Colors Book 1) by N.A. Alcorn

Book: Forget (Changing Colors #1)
Author: N.A. Alcorn
Genre: Contemporary Romance
Release Date – 16th June

Brooke Sawyer is a successful record producer living in L.A. She has endured a lifetime’s worth of pain, but despite everything she’s been through, she still has the biggest heart. She’d do anything for the ones she loves, even putting their needs above her own. 

When she visits Paris for one month, the last thing she expects is to fall in love with gorgeous musician, Dylan Bissette. But he doesn’t know about Brooke’s life back home. He doesn’t know about Jamie.

The best way to keep a secret is to pretend there isn’t one.

Falling in love was not part of the plan.
He broke down my walls.
And the moment he whispered, “You’ve wrecked me, Little Wing,” I was done for.
I didn’t mean to fall in love, but Dylan made it too easy.
Meeting her was fate.
Pursuing her was a choice.
But falling in love with her was out of my control.
Brooke ruined me for everyone else.

Music connects them, but secrets may keep them apart.
This is just the beginning. Changing Colors, Part One


Author Bio

N.A. Alcorn resides in Northern Kentucky with her husband and son. Never following the norm, her style of romance “flies [outside the box.]” She is the author of the wildly hilarious Infamous Series, and has also delved into romantic suspense with her third release, Covertly Strong.
She loves music, can’t take a proper selfie if her life depended on it, refuses to parallel park, and probably has the most obnoxious laugh you’ll ever hear. If she could live off coffee and Reese’s Cups, she’d be one happy lady.
Procrastinator at heart, N.A. tells herself she’ll meet every deadline. Tomorrow. She’ll finish it tomorrow, she swears.
She loves meeting readers. Always feel free to send her an email or message.
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My Review
This book broke me. The story is beautiful, the characters relatable  and the feelings are all too real.
You will get hooked from the beginning and not want to put this story down.
Not very often does Brooke get the chance to jet off to Paris for a month, but when your grandmother makes that her dying wish, you comply. We get glimpses of their relationship in flashbacks and Millie could be a story all her own. I was so curious about her! She was so in tune with Brooke, knowing just what she needed and when, knowing just what to say and when to just be there. She was Brooke’s person. And believe me when I tell you, you will cry for her.
Brooke described herself almost as 2 people, Paris Brooke and L.A. Brooke. She hit the nail on the head. Paris Brooke is carefree, living in the moment and while cautious about taking a risk, she takes the leap and finds herself feeling things she has never felt before. I love her indecisiveness and insecurities. I love that she lets loose when she’s drunk(I mean, who hasn’t belted out 80’s tunes with total strangers in a bar?) and her best friend, Lindsay, is the best. She’s the little devil on Brooke’s shoulder whispering in her ear, “what are you waiting for? DO IT!”
Dylan, while English is Parisian personified. The way he gets Brooke is only something we can all be lucky enough to experience. I loved reading his point of view and getting inside of his head. It gave him more depth. He truly loves Brooke, a revelation that hits him hard.
I know some of you aren’t sold on the insta-love thing, but they way this story unfolds, I don’t know if you can call it that. These two characters, while having a whirlwind relationship, know each other down to their souls. They really see each other. Brooke opens up to Dylan in ways she never has opened up to anyone before and Dylan does the same.  He’s the guy in the band at that bar that catches your eye one minute and before you know it, he’s waking you up needing to know what happens in the romance novel you urged him to read (one of my favorite parts, btw). The last 20% of this book had my emotions spinning. I was reeling, trying to figure out how it would all come together. This book DOES end on a cliff hanger, and you will want to throw your Kindle.  It’s THAT good.
I cannot wait for the next book to see where Brooke and Dylan go. I need answers like I need air. We really need a support group for this book!
5+++ emotional kisses from this humble blogger who is begging the author for more…NOW

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