Review: The Forgettable Miss French by Kristen Painter

The Forgettable Miss French by Kristen Painter

Title:  The Forgettable Miss French

Author: Kristen Painter

Series: Shadowvale #3

Pages: 344

4 stars out of five
4 stars – It was really good

Werewolf Ginny French is cursed to be forgettable. As soon as someone walks away from her they forget her. For 10 years she has been a resident of Shadowvale and while she knows everyone, no one knows her. Until she meets her hot new neighbor who actually remembers her. 

I love Painter’s books. They are fun, unique, and always fascinating. Shadowvale is a hidden and fascinating town filled with paranormals and cursed people. I really liked Ginny. Her curse of forgettability is so unique that I was addicted by the end of the first chapter. While forgettability may seem like fun, you quickly realize how lonely and exhausting it is for Ginny. I loved how she has learned to live with her curse and make the best of it. Ginny was a unique and determined heroine that I just couldn’t help but love. 

Ezekiel “Easy” was a great hero. I loved that he was a writer because the majority of romances I have read have had female writers. Easy’s curse is also unique in that he has been changing into different creatures instead of his wolf. Easy was a kind and protective hero that didn’t let his curse stop him from jumping into danger. These two were adorable together and I couldn’t get enough of them. 

I really can’t wait to read the next book of this series. I hope to see more of these two in future books of the series. Also can Seymore please show up in future books too! I really want more pie eating Seymore.

Trigger Warnings: References to parental death from car accident. Aunt with memory issues.

Goodreads / Amazon

Previous books in the series:

  1. The Trouble with Witches
  2. The Vampire’s Cursed Kiss

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