For 20-year old Kyle Thomson, nothing in the world is more terrifying than the prospect of telling Allison Jeon that he loves her. That is, until he finds out that this mystical café in a peculiar place called Nowheretown had served her a cup of afforgeto—a brew for forgetting—a drink she ordered intending to forget him. Hoping to reverse the spell, Kyle reluctantly teams up with a bunny-eared hopeless romantic and a badass barista to retrieve Allison’s memory jar from the Repository of the Intangible. But when stealing back forgotten memories doesn’t quite turn out as expected, Kyle is left with no choice but to conquer his biggest fear.
Can the magic of Nowheretown supply him a fixer-upper, or will the magic in his steadfast heart be enough to grant them their happy ever after?
The “Forget You” Brew is a special book, I promise you. It’s short, sweet, and magical.
I don’t really believe in love at first sight, but I guess I fell in love with this book the first time I saw it. The cover is gorgeous, the title is so intriguing, and the synopsis is like the scent of coffee, it just really reels you in.
The world Ms. Tara created, Nowheretown is so wonderful. I can’t find words to describe how lovely and fantastically creative it is. It has a cafe that makes drinks to give you courage or make you forget, it has memory banks, wonderful inhabitants, and a whole lot of cute rabbits.
The spinning and patching of the story was done so well. You grow to love the characters, in a short amount of time. You could also note how much the characters value their friendship.
The story also delivered aww-worthy moments, with the magical aspects adding more value to the story.
Overall, I super enjoyed this book, and I will definitely read more works by Ms. Tara.