Without missing a beat, Forget Me Not ratchets up the tension with a painfully brutal twist in the love story that belongs to Aileen and Addison.

But a serendipitous moment lands Aileen back together with Addison.

One passionate kiss later, she knows beyond a shadow of doubt that she loves Addison, the icy stranger with smoky blue eyes. Aileen must run for her life with the curse only a breath away.

The stranger who pushes her into the arms of another.

Geoff, who has waited oh, so long for Aileen, tries to sweep her off her feet at the Christmas masquerade ball.

Addison, a three hundred year old fugitive from the netherworld taking the form of Shadowflesh, recognizes the cameo and the curse cast upon his unsuspecting love.

But he knows breaking the curse, which may bring back her memories, will cost Aileen her life. But Aileen can't take her eyes off the stranger who keeps ignoring her.Broadleaf is named for its leaves that grow to 7 inches in length.Both Chinese and broadleaf forget-me-nots are considered invasive in some states and are common pasture weeds in areas of U. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 6 through 9.If you didn’t understand the depth of their love in book one, trust me, this will bring it all home, especially as Addison’s pain is so clearly evident and Aileen is so completely oblivious to his feelings. Still not a fan of the character impersonator, but at least she isn't a photo of a real person that's been photoshopped in. :-)Characters: Having not read the first book in this series, I can't say anything about the characters in terms of development.Even the questions from her closest friends fails to unlock her heart or her memories, but as time goes on, there is just something about the handsome boy that pinches at her memories, brief flashes, dreams of another place that all end before she finds what she is seeking. :-)Characters: Having not read the first book in this series, I can't say anything about the characters in terms of development. I have to base my opinion of them solely on their actions in this second book (I had no idea this was a sequel when I requested it for review; bad me). Her sense of humor was a little too cliche - the sort of bubbly sarcasm that I don't normally like - and I was frustrated with her for not understanding what was going on (even though it wasn't her fault).Patricia Hamilton Reed has written professionally since 1987.