Make Me Forget: an Enemies to Lovers Romance by Monica Corwin
He makes me burn. He makes me ache. He makes me forget.
Since grade school Murphy Wilcox and I fought incessantly. But one drunk night before my last military deployment changed everything. At least that is what he tells me. Along with the hundreds of scorching hot emails we shared.
Fast forward four years and Murphy is the only connection I have to my past. The only connection I have to the woman I used to be. Amnesia is a bitch but apparently so was I.
Make Me Forget is a dark romance, with a HEA, that touches on PTSD, mental health, and suicide. Follow Mara as she tries to learn who she really is.
25% of the sales of this book will be donated to the International Society for Traumatic Stress Studies in an effort to get those in need more help.
My rating: 5 of 5 stars
Murphy has loved Mara for a long time. But Murphy is tied to the town that Mara left behind. Whenever Mara comes to visit, they verbally spar with each other, which leads Murphy to believe that she doesn’t feel the same way. Until she does. But Mara is about to be deployed over seas again. However this time is different. They keep in touch. Until tragedy strikes, leaving Mara changed.
When Mara finally comes back to find Murphy, it’s like they are getting to know each other all over again. But Mara is still haunted by what happened to her.
I wasn’t sure how they were going to get past the issues that seemed to be stacked against them, but everyone deserves a HEA. I enjoyed the realness of the characters, and the fact that the issues they had and the lives they led were realistic. The pure chemistry that they had hooked my attention from the beginning. The focus on the very real issues our military face when coming back from deployment grabbed my heart. This was a great book, one I’d recommend.