Forget-Her-Nots (2020)

Forget-Her-Nots Amy Brecount White Forget Her Nots Something some power is blooming inside Laurel She can use flowers to do things Like bringing back lost memories Or helping her friends ace tests Or making people fall in love Laurel suspects her newf
  • Title: Forget-Her-Nots
  • Author: Amy Brecount White
  • ISBN: 9780061672989
  • Page: 454
  • Format: Hardcover
Forget-Her-Nots Amy Brecount White Something some power is blooming inside Laurel She can use flowers to do things Like bringing back lost memories Or helping her friends ace tests Or making people fall in love Laurel suspects her newfound ability has something to do with an ancient family secret, one that her mother meant to share with Laurel when the time was right But then time ran out Clues aSomething some power is blooming inside Laurel She can use flowers to do things Like bringing back lost memories Or helping her friends ace tests Or making people fall in love Laurel suspects her newfound ability has something to do with an ancient family secret, one that her mother meant to share with Laurel when the time was right But then time ran out Clues and signs and secret messages seem to be all around Laurel at Avondale School, where her mother had also boarded as a student Can Laurel piece everything together quickly enough to control her power, which is growing potent every day Or will she set the stage for the most lovestruck, infamous prom in the history of the school
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  1. Cara

    I want to make clear that though my review is going to sound like a bad one this really was not a bad read It was enjoyable and you can tell that the author and the team around her definitley put a lot of thought and effort into this book Each part starts with a nice quote and the author sprinkles in poetry and mentions other stories that are well known into the book It is well written but ratings do not have to do with how a book is written, but how much the reader enjoyed it.Laurel is a new gi [...]

  2. Valerie

    I was truly tempted to give this book a higher rating The concept of Flowers having a language and some sort of power seemed interesting.What I didn t like so much about it was the way Laurel goes about the flower situation Laurel does have a unique ability with flowers but she keeps insisting that My flowers are special As if she liked her power not just because it helped people but because it made her special And for some reason Laurel doesn t try to hide it She even gets upset when people don [...]

  3. Amy White

    Okay, I m totally biased having spent a large portion of my life writing this novel, but I do hope YOU love it Even on the umpteenth rewrite, I never stopped loving the story, the setting, or my characters I m still in love with Justin, too I am thrilled to share Laurel s world with you all And I wish you lots of magic scents swirling through your life Amy Brecount White the author

  4. Pam

    I m one of the lucky ones to have been able to read this pre published It is a unique fantasy that will delight all readers with a compelling mystery and lots of fun romance You will also come out learning a lot about the Victorian meaning to tussy mussies or flower bouquets that has stayed with me ever since I read the manuscript If you love historical romance as well as contemporary YA plotlines, this is the book for you.

  5. Lucinda

    Undeniably original, inspired and evocative this stunning tale will ensnare the senses and illuminate the mind This beautiful book contains such exquisite thought and interesting concept, which I found to be thoroughly intriguing and quite unusual within this genre Forget her nots is a fabulously fun teenage read, full of warmth and sincerity whilst remaining true to its central focus point flowers Laurel s journey of self discovering is enchanting, as you observe her blossoming and blooming int [...]

  6. Kristi

    t I was somewhat aware of, but didn t realize the intensity of the subject The history behind the language is incredibly fascinating I loved the hidden meanings behind flowers and how they were used to convey a message when words couldn t be shared privately I think that was my favorite aspect of the entire novel And I thought it was brilliant of of Amy Brecount White to incorporate the Flowerspeak dynamic from such a simple element It s a realistic story with just a little dust of magic, love.A [...]

  7. Karen

    When I received an ARC of FORGET HER NOTS from a friend, I peeked past its pink cover, a little unsure whether I d connect with fourteen year old Laurel s story I usually read novels with older characters and edgier plots After giving FORGET HER NOTS a try, I ll say two things 1 Yes, Forget Her Nots will likely appeal to younger girls, though older readers looking for a sweet story about friendship, flowers, and first romance will find this book a treat 2 I must confess to staying up late readin [...]

  8. Jennifer Wardrip

    Reviewed by Sarah Bean the Green Bean Teen Queen for TeensReadTooLaurel is starting over at a new school after her mom s death She s attending her mom s alma mater, Avondale Prep School, and she s finding that the school holds and keys to her past.It all starts with a speech on the language of flowers in her English class When Laurel gives the bouquet she made to her English teacher and soon after Ms Spenser finds love, Laurel starts to discover she has a gift with flowers When rumors start to [...]

  9. Skye

    This review is also posted on my blog, In The Good Books.Something some power is blooming inside Laurel She can use flowers to do things Like bringing back lost memories Or helping her friends ace tests Or making people fall in love.Laurel suspects her newfound ability has something to do with an ancient family secret, one that her mother meant to share with Laurel when the time was right But then time ran out.Clues and signs and secret messages seem to be all around Laurel at Avondale School, w [...]

  10. Petra (Safari Poet)

    I read the first six chapters online and was really looking forward to continuing it I m not really into flowers I like them just as much as the next person , but the idea of reading about something new other than my usual paranormal fantasy characters plus the language of flowers interested me I took a very long break half way through because there was just so much malevolence towards Laurel Even Kate, who s suppose to be her friend, made her life harder Laurel did enough of that on her own One [...]

  11. Caitlin

    This book sadly like many other YA books suffers from Disappearing Parent Syndrome where parents are just kind of out the picture But this book gets through it and is truly interesting.Laurel s mother has passed away due to cancer and know her father has sent her allowed her to go away to boarding school what is up with boarding school and YA books and suddenly those odd little songs her mother used to sing are causing odd things to happen with flowers.Honestly I m not usually the one to fall fo [...]

  12. Kenzie Ramsey

    I liked how this book had romance,sadness,and moments where I could rlate to this book I loved how some parts wanted me to throw the book because of what someone did I loved how I could really get in to the book and really understand it When I was reading this book it gave me power and strength, and everything I needed to know about life right now How it is going to be rough in the beginning and people are goin to talk about you and hurt you You can t give up on faih, you have to push through th [...]

  13. Mary (BookHounds)

    I really enjoyed this fantasy debut from Amy Crecount White The story was told in just the right tone and set the stage for a believable account of one girl and her ability to create magic from flowers This book is appropriate for everyone and I think all teens and adults will enjoy it I liked Laurel and the fact that she grew as a person, didn t let mistakes overwhelm her and developed into a good person She makes good and bad choices and learns from everything she does There is a nice amount o [...]

  14. Eskana

    I read this book mainly for the magic system how they use flowers based on their symbolic meaning was interesting See the system described here not really a spoiler view spoiler In this book, the main character Laurel s family is part of a global network of Flowertalkers, who have the ability to channel the magical powers of flowers onto others Laurel does this by sensing the power within the plant and then strengthens it with a rhyme So, for example, rosemary is for remembrance, and she can sum [...]

  15. Suzanne (Fiction, Stardust, PinkiePie)

    It deserves than 3, but l am confused about the rating The idea was tempting, a girl speaking literaly the language of flowers, having a sensitive nose and being able to make bouquets that help tune up emotions It was a sweet story, with a strange behaving 14yrs old little teen who was a bit annoying and irresponsible, so l had to remind myself that she is only 14 so practically a kid The love line was lame, distracting and c mon love line at 14 LOL so if you like flowers its a sweet story I ha [...]

  16. TheEagerReaders Violet

    Amy Brecount White s debut novel, Forget Her Nots, is a sweet contemporary fantasy that will make you want to step outside to smell the flowers and feel their intoxicating power yourself This coming of age story follows 14 year old Laurel to an all girls boarding school where she discovers she has a special talent related to the secret language of flowers It is a light and hopeful novel with a unique magical premise What I Liked The flowers Laurel s exploration of the language of flowers made me [...]

  17. Christina (Confessions of a Book Addict)

    Laurel s mother passes away and leaves Laurel, her dad, and her grandmother devastated Laurel s father tries to start over by promptly moving out of the house Laurel grew up in and the expansive gardens her mother tended She is unhappy and decides to attend Avondale School, which is a boarding school where not only her cousin attends, but her mother and grandmother attended as well Laurel may act like a typical fourteen year old, but she is hardly normal During her English presentation on the Vi [...]

  18. Dark Faerie Tales

    Review courtesy of Dark Faerie Tales.Quick Dirty Cute YA book filled with magic, new love, and a fun story.Opening Sentence Lily reread the letter to her daughter and signed her name at the bottom.The Review 14 year old Laurel has just started her freshman year at a new boarding school Her mother passed away a few years ago and she couldn t stand living with her dad since he started dating again She begged him to let her go to the school her mother attended as a young girl It is an all girl scho [...]

  19. Connie

    Forget Her Nots revolve around a young girl s affinity for materializing emotions through the language of flowers Laurel, in an effort to feel closer to her dead mother, transfers her mom s old boarding school In a class project, she discovers that her tussie mussies seem to bring out whatever emotion or feeling the bouquet represents The premise had a lot of potential and a lot of charm The use of flower symbolism is unique and definitely intriguing When the concept of Flowerspeakers came up, I [...]

  20. Sarah

    Don t let three stars fool you, I really liked this book, and truth be told I didn t expect to I almost turned it down entirely when I heard the main character was fourteen, because I ve read too many books where the thirteen fourteen character is annoying, weak, shallow, and I could go on and on Thankfully, this book wasn t like that I liked Laurel.Plot Fairly predictable and simple, but enjoyable The only part I didn t like was that the climax had to be at prom how many YA novels have I read w [...]

  21. Lothfleur

    En deux mots, c est mignon et touchant.Laurel poss de un don transmis depuis des g n rations, le flowerspeak, qui lui permet de comprendre le langage des fleurs et d veiller leur pouvoir, mais elle ne le d couvre qu au fil du roman Elle fait quelques erreurs facilement pardonnables, s enthousiasme un peu trop facilement oh, mais allons fabriquer des bouquets magiques et faire tomber tout le monde amoureux, voyons mais il faut dire qu elle n a que 14 ans, aussi, et c est pour a que je dis que le [...]

  22. Lia

    I read the summary of the book and I thought it was interesting enough with the flowers as a language and Laurel having some power over them But when I actually read the book, my interest started to dwindle.First thing s first Laurel was a very flat and boring She didn t do anything that moved me or made her likable whatsoever Laurel seemed to have potential to be a deep, dynamic character but as the story progressed, I realized that her character wasn t going anywhere She was also a weak perso [...]

  23. Jennifer

    Fourteen year old Laurel is understandably grieving her mother s death from cancer and leaves home to attend a boarding school called Avondale It just so happens that Avondale is the school that many of the females on her maternal side attended And the family history with the school seems to involve the magical powers they have with flowers.Here at Avondale, Laurel starts off as the loner student, but things quickly change after she does a report on Victorian flower lore for her English class Th [...]

  24. Lizzy

    Forget Her Nots has been on my Debut Author Challenge list for quite some time I couldn t wait to read it, but I was waiting for just the right time That time came when I knew that I wanted a paranormal story with something than vampires and werewolves.Laurel has the ability to influence the emotions of people around her through flowers This ability is shared with both her grandmother, and recently deceased mother This gift, however, isn t one that comes easily Laurel gets into quite a bit of t [...]

  25. The Bookologist

    Flowers a part of nature that I never knew would have a background to it Forget Her Nots, even though a bit slow paced, is loaded with friendships, a slight touch of magic, and especially flowers.Mostly in the beginning, the plot was slow There was not much happening in the novel and it felt a bit dead at times The story wavered a couple of times and did not move It also felt as if in the beginning, there was nothing accomplished I was ready for an edgy and an exciting plot line, but it never di [...]

  26. Chantele Sedgwick

    Okay, so, I really wanted to like this one When I first heard about it, I was so excited to read it It sounded very cute, which it was It was justI m not really sure I ll do the good parts first I guess.The language of flowers was fascinating Every time a flower was mentioned, it made me turn to the back of the book to see the definitions of them It was really, very interesting I didn t know flowers meant so many different things There was just a little magic in the book, which was believable an [...]

  27. AlexisNeuville

    Review theliteraturelionLooking at the cover, I thought this was just like any other YA contemporary novel, but as I read the blurb, I knew that I was definitely wrong This novel has a magical feel to it, but it s not completely fantasy either.The language of the flowers is a bit confusing in the beginning, but soon you learn to understand it while the main character, Laurel, finds out a bit about it Personally, I didn t really like Laurel that much She was a bit selfish at times, but completel [...]

  28. Ellz Readz

    My thoughtsI really enjoyed this story Amy B White takes readers on a romantic and magical journey into a world where flowers can enhance feelings and reactions This story is very unique and offers a refreshing change to fans of young adult middle grade literature While the story is geared to younger readers, it would be enjoyable to readers of all ages, especially those who enjoy flowers Beyond the flowers, the story has several strong themes The story uncovers first loves, true loves and love [...]

  29. Kay

    I had few expectations for this novel I had heard little about it prior to reading it, so I wasn t sure what the consensus was I m glad I did, as it turned out to be a very pleasant novel which stood out from most paranormal YA novels I usually read I even made a list to explain this Things paranormal YA novels usually have, that you won t find in Forget Her Nots Constant Life or Death situations Teen aiming to save the world from doom with newly found superpower Hot and Steamy romance that leav [...]

  30. Emily

    I find, after finishing Forget Her Nots, that cupcakes are a perfect metaphor for the experience of reading this book Forget Her Nots is sweet, fluffy, aesthetically pleasing, but, I suspect, will not gain its reputation based on its nutritional value.That s not a slam stories like this one are oftentimes just what the doctor ordered to counteract a stressful day, a huge assignment, a project that s spiraling out of control, etc It s a definite low stress book and one you can be comfortable givi [...]

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