Forgotten (Brides of the Kindred Book 16)

Forgotten (Brides of the Kindred Book 16)

Forgotten (Brides of the Kindred Book 16)

A warrior sworn to get his mate back or die trying

A woman under a curse which stole her love

Rone is determined to win back Kate’s heart

Even though he has been…Forgotten

Kate McMillan has a good life and a decent job working at a jewelry store but there’s something wrong. She also has a hole in her memory—a three year gap where she can’t remember a thing. Kate tries to tell herself she’s okay but she knows it isn’t true. Someone is hunting her—a h

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3 thoughts on “Forgotten (Brides of the Kindred Book 16)

  1. RaGoddess
    3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    A story that won’t easily be “Forgotten”, November 27, 2015
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    This review is from: Forgotten (Brides of the Kindred Book 16) (Kindle Edition)
    As with all of Evangeline Anderson’s Brides of Kindred books this one picks up right where it left off when Kate was abducted from her mate Rone, had her memories wiped and then dumped back onto Earth. When Rone finally tracks her down he quickly realizes that she has not recovered her memories of him or the past three years of her life and to make matters worse anytime he touches her she is overcome with a nearly uncontrollable fear. Rone knows it took a very long time to win Kate’s heart over when they first met because of her previous traumas but Rone is willing to invest more time in convincing her that she can love and trust him as his love for her is true. This story was so heart breaking at first but you are won over by the dedication and love these two show each other. The author really reeled you in with Kate and Rone as you end up feeling really close to these characters as they are so fleshed out in the storyline. Kate is such a strong female despite her small stature but she was made so vulnerable and weak when she was robbed of all her memories and she had to internally deal with these feelings of vulnerability as she is dealing with trying to recover what she lost with Rone. The back plot continues to grow with the evil and mentally unbalanced Two controlling Y to do his bidding and more masterminded plans to harm the Kindred are revealed in this book. Despite that lengthy series 16 books total now, each and every book has been 5 star material. The stories are always fresh without having that déjà vu feeling of the previous stories just being regurgitated. These are erotic fantasy books but the steamy bits in no fashion drown out the story and the plot continues to remain strong, suspenseful and entertaining. This is a series I wouldn’t recommend jumping into the middle of though because as previously stated there is an intricate plot and you’ll need the back stories to gain the insight of what is happening so you won’t feel lost. If you like steamy romances and have a flair for fantasy then look no further than the Brides of Kindred series as this is one series you will not want to miss out on. Just start with book one, Claimed which I noticed is free right now on Amazon when I wrote this review. Happy readings!

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  2. Anna-Marie Buchner
    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    “She Tamed the Beast”, November 27, 2015
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    Anna-Marie Buchner (MD) –
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    This review is from: Forgotten (Brides of the Kindred Book 16) (Kindle Edition)
    “She Tamed the Beast”

    Forgotten Book #16 (Brides of the Kindred) Evangeline Anderson

    And she does it again. I freakin could not put this read down. You are so sucked in from the beginning so make sure you start this read when you’ve got the night to finish it without interruptions seriously.
    It starts off with Y and Master Two (God I hate this character) having a discussion about grabbing the wrong girl. The target was Emily suspected of being the Khalla and part of a prophecy. The kidnapping was to happen at Emily and Tragar’s joining ceremony. So when Master Two with the aid of a witch (I want to know who she is) taints a bouquet of Dream Blossoms with the sole purpose of when Emily sniffs them her body will be tainted with the fear poison and other savory toxins where she will fear her mate Tragar and she won’t know who he is she will have lost all memory of him.
    Well the little plan back fired and the wrong girl smelled the blossoms. Poor unsuspecting Kate has been mated with Rone a Wulven Kindred for three years and was best friends with Emily. So within a matter of seconds inhaling the toxins Kate didn’t know who Rone was and Rone was so shocked at what was occurring,Kate backing away from him in fear and then the next thing Kate totally disappears, vanished, kaput she was outta there. Realizing their mistake Master Two opted not to kill Kate but to send her to earth. She’d have no memory of the past three years and she wouldn’t remember what happened to her. So when Kate was sent back to earth she ended up in the middle of a park in Sarasota butt naked with her new friend Mimi standing over her.
    So now the story gets interesting. Follow the journey with Rone and Kate as they try to get her lost three years back and repair their bond. I’ll tell you now I felt so sorry for Rone. He was so in love with Kate, so devoted to her and so patient it will break your heart. To be honest there were times I was so damn aggravated with Kate I just wanted to slap her. Okay Okay so she was tampered with, was full of fear toxins and lost the last three years of her life. I get that but she still pissed me off. You’ll see why I’m saying this once you get into the read.
    Lots of unexpected surprises (at least I thought so). The freakiest part was when Sylvan sent Rone and Kate to Flame and Frost. I now see what they were trying to do. Towards the end you realize that Kate is still being manipulated by Master Two (Did I mention I really hate him?) Even though the fear toxin was removed from her system she still had not recovered her memory. One of my fave parts was when Master Two’s plan was foiled again. SHE TAMED THE BEAST!!!!! Ha.
    I have to say I so feel sorry for Y. Seriously. I know he’s a bad guy but is he really? Forgotten has TWO epilogues. TWO OF THEM. 5* Evangeline totally 5*

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  3. Nancy
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    3.0 out of 5 stars
    deja vu, December 2, 2015
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    Nancy

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    This is the 16th Kindred novel and it is hard to keep coming up with new ideas to keep the story fresh, interesting and exciting. The author hasn’t managed to do this in a while and the stories are getting redundant and repetitive. I held out hope that she could reverse the downward trend that I’ve been seeing in her Kindred books, but no such luck. At first “Forgotten” caught my attention as Kate lost her memory of the past 3 years by accidentally triggering a trap laid for another by Two and being returned to Earth when Two realized he caught the wrong woman. Rone a Wulven Kindred who has a beast inside him, has been hunting for his mate Kate and when he finds her, he discovers she is terrified of him. Thus Rone and Kate have to focus on restoring Kate’s memories and cure her fear of him. The rest of the book ( around 70% or more) consists of mostly sex or actions leading up to sex and of course Kate has a tramatic sexual event in her past that makes it hard for her to be intimate. Sound like you read this senario before? Sure because the author has been there and done that more than once. The only difference is that Kate has lost her memory and Rone is already her mate. I will always cherish the earlier Kindred novels , but for me this is the end. I am sure the author will still have many devoted fans for her Kindred books as she does write tender hearted, loving romance novels, but I need more in a book than just sex to capture my interest.

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