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Keep your friends close and your enemies closer... I've hated Rachel Dawson since I was seven years old. My next door neighbor and number one sworn enemy, she's the reason why almost all of our childhood fights ended with me setting something of hers on fire. (Or, vice versa.) She snitched on me when I broke curfew. I snitched on her when she lied about having a boyfriend. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer... I've hated Rachel Dawson since I was seven years old. My next door neighbor and number one sworn enemy, she's the reason why almost all of our childhood fights ended with me setting something of hers on fire. (Or, vice versa.) She snitched on me when I broke curfew. I snitched on her when she lied about having a boyfriend. We went back and forth like this throughout high school, both vowing to never talk to each other again when we went off to college. But that was until she showed up at my apartment during my senior year and asked me for a temporary place to stay. Until I realized just how much between us had changed, and the line I thought we'd never cross became harder and harder to ignore... **This is a standalone friends (to enemies) to lovers romance**


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Keep your friends close and your enemies closer... I've hated Rachel Dawson since I was seven years old. My next door neighbor and number one sworn enemy, she's the reason why almost all of our childhood fights ended with me setting something of hers on fire. (Or, vice versa.) She snitched on me when I broke curfew. I snitched on her when she lied about having a boyfriend. Keep your friends close and your enemies closer... I've hated Rachel Dawson since I was seven years old. My next door neighbor and number one sworn enemy, she's the reason why almost all of our childhood fights ended with me setting something of hers on fire. (Or, vice versa.) She snitched on me when I broke curfew. I snitched on her when she lied about having a boyfriend. We went back and forth like this throughout high school, both vowing to never talk to each other again when we went off to college. But that was until she showed up at my apartment during my senior year and asked me for a temporary place to stay. Until I realized just how much between us had changed, and the line I thought we'd never cross became harder and harder to ignore... **This is a standalone friends (to enemies) to lovers romance**

30 review for Forget You, Ethan

  1. 4 out of 5

    Alex ♈

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. The most pathetic heroine I read lately. PATHETIC! Enemies to lovers? I say a weak girl with a huge crush on a manwhore to a pathetic doormat with a huge crush on a manwhore. He fucked everything with a pulse, while pretending to hate her – well, at the end he said he was in love with her since he was 7 yo. Yeah! Tell me more! The one moment he has his arm around another girl, whom he dated/led on to want a relationship with, the next moment he fucks the heroine??? I say cheater! I’m so pissed off, The most pathetic heroine I read lately. PATHETIC! Enemies to lovers? I say a weak girl with a huge crush on a manwhore to a pathetic doormat with a huge crush on a manwhore. He fucked everything with a pulse, while pretending to hate her – well, at the end he said he was in love with her since he was 7 yo. Yeah! Tell me more! The one moment he has his arm around another girl, whom he dated/led on to want a relationship with, the next moment he fucks the heroine??? I say cheater! I’m so pissed off, it’s not even funny!

  2. 5 out of 5

    SueBee★bring me an alpha!★

    ENEMIES TO LOVERS! I love contemptuous sex! Stand-alone. Release: August 31, 2018. Pre-order: Coming soon! Blurb: I've hated Rachel Dawson since I was seven years old. My next door neighbor and number one sworn enemy, she's the reason why almost all of our childhood fights ended with me setting something of hers on fire. (Or, vice versa.) She snitched on me when I broke curfew. I snitched on her when she lied about having a boyfriend. We went back and forth like this throughout high school, both vowi ENEMIES TO LOVERS! I love contemptuous sex! Stand-alone. Release: August 31, 2018. Pre-order: Coming soon! Blurb: I've hated Rachel Dawson since I was seven years old. My next door neighbor and number one sworn enemy, she's the reason why almost all of our childhood fights ended with me setting something of hers on fire. (Or, vice versa.) She snitched on me when I broke curfew. I snitched on her when she lied about having a boyfriend. We went back and forth like this throughout high school, both vowing to never talk to each other again when we went off to college. But that was until she showed up at my apartment during my senior year and asked me for a temporary place to stay. Until I realized just how much between us had changed, and the line I thought we'd never cross became harder and harder to ignore...

  3. 3 out of 5

    Dali

    You can count on Whitney G. to write engaging stories in the enemies, frenemies, or friends to lovers tropes. With Forget you, Ethan she offers a funny, sweet and sexy romance between a romantic hothead heroine and the boy next door who grew up to be the man of her starry-eyed dreams. When Rachel Dawson moved in next door to him, seven and a half year old Ethan Wyatt though she’d be no as lame as the rest of the girls on his block. Turns out she declared war on him the moment she pushed him down You can count on Whitney G. to write engaging stories in the enemies, frenemies, or friends to lovers tropes. With Forget you, Ethan she offers a funny, sweet and sexy romance between a romantic hothead heroine and the boy next door who grew up to be the man of her starry-eyed dreams. When Rachel Dawson moved in next door to him, seven and a half year old Ethan Wyatt though she’d be no as lame as the rest of the girls on his block. Turns out she declared war on him the moment she pushed him down the stairs five minutes later. It’s been all-out hostilities until they went to college. Through the years they fought, snitched on each other and took their revenge. But they were also there for one another through all the major events in their lives, always interested in what their arch nemesis was doing under the pretense of one upping the other, constantly exchanging correspondence and signing “Forget you.” Rachel went as far as going to college at sea, until she showed up on Ethan’s doorstep during their senior year. Living with your arch nemesis had never been so tempting. No one does frenemies to lovers better than Whitney G. I loved the comic and engaging storyline between Ethan and Rachel that recounted their past and present and had me hooked from start to finish. I enjoyed every aspect of their story, from the soundtracks that started each chapter to every letter they exchanged. Even though they denied it because they didn’t understand it, their friendship grew until it had no other course but to turn into sweet and sexy romance. Even though the back and forth was witty and fun and the attraction sizzled, there were things that they still needed to work out in the shift from frenemies to lovers. P.S. I loved, LOVED the reference to Carter and Arizona from Whitney’s Sincerely Carter book! If you’re a fan of that one, you’ll most certain love Forget You, Ethan. Forget You, Ethan is a full length contemporary romance by Whitney G.. It is a standalone frenemies to lovers rom-com, told from both points of view with a happily ever after, no cliffhanger. Amazon -> https://amzn.to/2AP001E * I was given an ARC of this book courtesy of the author. I am voluntarily reviewing this title. * Stalk me on FaceBook * Twitter * Pinterest Book Teasers * More reviews

  4. 4 out of 5

    Emma

    Too little for years of writing ... well, it wasn't worth it. *Major spoilers ahead* I didn't like the MCs at all, he is too arrogant for me to enjoy, and she is just stupid and pathetic and immature it's not attractive. There's no humour, no chemistry, no love, just plain idiocy. She was with a boy for two semesters without sex, and he lied to her about having cancer so she would stop sending him letters. Of course he would lie to you, you can't take a hint. And then you are ok with having sex w Too little for years of writing ... well, it wasn't worth it. *Major spoilers ahead* I didn't like the MCs at all, he is too arrogant for me to enjoy, and she is just stupid and pathetic and immature it's not attractive. There's no humour, no chemistry, no love, just plain idiocy. She was with a boy for two semesters without sex, and he lied to her about having cancer so she would stop sending him letters. Of course he would lie to you, you can't take a hint. And then you are ok with having sex with another the moment he touched you while the people you were both with are next door, and you both have no human decency to let them know they're not needed anymore. she was so mean to her father and his wife, how old are you? Six? And don't let me start with her mother encouraging the relationship between her husband and her friend. Or Ethan's father wake up call about his son's desires and dream. Everything was too convenient! The whole book is centered on their relationships and sexual experiences, or the lack of it for her. Yes high school boys aren't great but neither that bad she (the most attractive in school) can't find a boyfriend. And her not having fun while traveling was utter nonsense, people who travel are the most carefree, adventurous and romantic people you can meet, not bc they are always that way, but bc they tend to let go and have fun while traveling. so it's impossible for her to not meet decent men and have great experiences ... Oh my god! when she was telling him she was lying about her great experiences and that she slept only with two men, I have no words ... why why would a woman want to look that pathetic in front of the arrogant manwhore she just kissed!? The book was so similar to sincerely Carter; the friendship, bc they were not enemies, they were just being teenagers. the sex comes so easy for him while it's hard for her to find a decent partner. The conflict of distance relationship, the heroine is so ready to give up things for them to stay together while the hero is the rational one ... Many things are copied from her other books too; the emails (please enough with the emails). Female lead lying to him about her date and the hero being so certain she was lying, and then laughing at her bc of it, I just read the same scene about a bad date last week in one of her books. The arrogant hero who's always right. Male lead saying mean things and then chasing her after. The heroine never say no to him, if he kisses her she kisses him back, if he wants sex she is weak in the knees, if he wants more she is flying, like having him is the biggest deal .. so it's always and I mean always up to the male lead in her books. And she writes the same characters every single time, yes, she writes great chemistry, her writing is engaging and her stories are highly entertaining, not this one though, but she always writes, an arrogant hero and a heroine who keeps fighting him but fails miserably when fighting is required. “You would stay here because that’s the most romantic option, because you’re incapable of making logical decisions and you base everything off how you feel and what you read in your goddamn romance books.” He stepped closer, glaring at me. “Instead of going to college like a normal person, you joined Semester at Sea because you were mad about something I said.” “I was mad about something you did.” “Same difference.” He shrugged. “Look at where that got you. You’re a year and a half behind on credits with three years of time on a ship you hated, all because someone hurt your goddamn feelings. You’re willing to stay and take pointless ass courses to be close to someone you’ve only been dating for a couple months.” See? he is aware of how pathetic you are ... Thanks Ethan, for being rational and totally forgettable! _______ My thoughts before reading: We've been waiting for long, we almost forgot you Ethan ... hope you're worth it!

  5. 5 out of 5

    Natalie The Biblioholic

    This story was about so much more than I expected. I knew that it would be full of good banter, angst, and sexy times. But I could in no way have predicted the scope of it all. The banter was amazing , but what really got me going was the fake animosity between the characters. I freaking hated Rachel!! But I think that was the point... right? She was petty, abrasive, and delusional. I thought it was funny each time she was confronted by the fact that she had no friends and I cheered when she f This story was about so much more than I expected. I knew that it would be full of good banter, angst, and sexy times. But I could in no way have predicted the scope of it all. The banter was amazing , but what really got me going was the fake animosity between the characters. I freaking hated Rachel!! But I think that was the point... right? She was petty, abrasive, and delusional. I thought it was funny each time she was confronted by the fact that she had no friends and I cheered when she finally admitted to lying to make herself appear 'better'. What bothered me the most about her was how underneath all the nonsense she did, she was a good person and her life would have been ten times more satisfying if she showed THAT face to the world. I freaking loved Ethan!! Yes, he was a jerk to Rachel, but really, when you stop to think about it, everything he did was in retaliation of her foolishness. And honestly, I was ecstatic whenever he put her in her place. He went above and beyond for this girl, showed her time and time again that he had her back, and she kept throwing it back in his face. I was surprised that he even kept putting up with her ish and I loved him for it. Be prepared for childish antics, bitter grudges, a girl refusing to grow the hell up, and a hot AF guy who just might be the key to her redemption. ☆.。.:* ARC provided for an honest review .。.:*☆ Release: August 2, 2018 | Genre: NA Contemporary Romance | Dual POV - 1st person | Heat: 3.5 | Standalone - Forget You Ethan #1 Blog | Facebook | Twitter | Instagram | Tumblr

  6. 3 out of 5

    seton

    4/21/18 Sorry that I did not update in OVER A YEAR. I took a suggestion from the book title and was like - Forget You, WhitneyG! Except that people commenting here have brought me back so here I am . . . . I see that TWO more Publishing Dates (Oct 2017 and Feb 2018) have come and gone since my last update. WhitneyG is still yanking everyone's chain AND people are STILL falling for it. Excuse me while I laugh: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! W 4/21/18 Sorry that I did not update in OVER A YEAR. I took a suggestion from the book title and was like - Forget You, WhitneyG! Except that people commenting here have brought me back so here I am . . . . I see that TWO more Publishing Dates (Oct 2017 and Feb 2018) have come and gone since my last update. WhitneyG is still yanking everyone's chain AND people are STILL falling for it. Excuse me while I laugh: HAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHAHA! Whitney's fantards can do whatever they want. If you want to wait til they are 80, you do you, Boo. It's a free country, after all. Just don't troll my personal GR space or you will be reported. Have a nice day! Or decade at the rate you are going :-) -------------------------- 1/25/17 Still no sign of the book yet? Quelle surprise. NOT! ----------------------- 8/24/16 Well the author finally showed up online again after how many months off. Still no word on if this fucking bk will ever drop. ------------------------ 4/1/2016 The author has been missing for a while online. I seriously doubt this will appear on May 12th, 2016 as the blurb says.

  7. 3 out of 5

    Olga therebelreader

    This book definitely had its cute moments and a great premise. I wanted it to be longer and I think it needed to be longer and if it had been I think I'd have been looking at something approaching a five star read. Unfortunately, the story felt rushed and a bit underdeveloped with a lot of happenings crammed in to a relatively short book, but lacked the intensity. On the positive side, it was an easy read and the characters were likable. There were so many good aspects to this book, I liked the wr This book definitely had its cute moments and a great premise. I wanted it to be longer and I think it needed to be longer and if it had been I think I'd have been looking at something approaching a five star read. Unfortunately, the story felt rushed and a bit underdeveloped with a lot of happenings crammed in to a relatively short book, but lacked the intensity. On the positive side, it was an easy read and the characters were likable. There were so many good aspects to this book, I liked the writing style and the romance. I just needed more background and more actual plot. In short: Hero 4/5 | Heroine 4/5 | Plot (Point, Originality) 3/5 | Writing Style 4/5 | Steam 3/5 | Romance 4/5 | Angst-Suspense 3/5 | Darkness 0/5 | Humor 3/5 | Secondary Characters 3/5 | Drama-Conflict 4/5 | Mystery 0/5 | Twists 3/5 | Pacing Fast | Action 2/5 ARC kindly provided in exchange for an honest review.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Tianna✸loves books✸

    The release buzz is over. So does this live up to our expectations? Well, can’t say. As any normal book ‘Forget you Ethan’ is funny and romantic. It was as witty as this authors previous books. But as the highly anticipated book, It was just OK. (I happen to love Whitney G books. Her writing is addicting to me. So no matter the story, if I have started reading her book then I’m gonna end up loving it) Ethan and Rachel hate each other since the day they met when they were kids. Even though they hated The release buzz is over. So does this live up to our expectations? Well, can’t say. As any normal book ‘Forget you Ethan’ is funny and romantic. It was as witty as this authors previous books. But as the highly anticipated book, It was just OK. (I happen to love Whitney G books. Her writing is addicting to me. So no matter the story, if I have started reading her book then I’m gonna end up loving it) Ethan and Rachel hate each other since the day they met when they were kids. Even though they hated each other they kept on writing letters to each other. They even share their sexual life with each other. (I mean why would anyone share there sex life with there enemy......) Rachel hardly have any friends or boyfriends (even though every guy is like wow she is hot and all). On the other hand, Ethan is our Mr.Popular guy in the campus (even though usually his girlfriends cheats on him). And every letter they write ends up with.. Forget you, Rachel Forget you, Ethan During the senior year, Rachel becomes his house partner. It’s long since they have seen each other. (But they kept writing letters to each other boasting about there so called happening life) And then Rachel proposes this ‘pretend to be friends ‘ to Ethan till she makes new friends, and also she doesn’t want to feel lonely in her senior year. (Seriously? Why does she need to be so desperate that she has to beg to her enemy?) So anyway he helps her setting up her Facebook and Tinder accounts. (Like really?) And so this hating and forgetting each other continues until one day Ethan kisses Rachel. The jealousy of him and the way he acts afterwards makes it clear that he has feelings for her. And so does she. But if you have read this author previous books, you know that the heroine is going to be somewhat resistant. But they do become Boyfriend-Girlfriend. Later we have some academic related problems were they have to be at different places. And Rachel is not ready for the long distance thing but Ethan apparently have no problem with that. So they fight on this. (view spoiler)[They need one last fight before getting there HEA right...? And I love these dramas. (hide spoiler)] Overall, fun and kept me engaged.

  9. 5 out of 5

    Snow

    Awesome! just what i needed! ;) And I sure ain't FORGETTING about it, anytime soon Whitney G writes one of my fave tropes - enemies to lovers and this story tops it all, with wits, humor, pranks, banter and bickering between the main characters, Ethan Wyatt, Mr. Popular and Rachel Dawson, sassy nerd with frizzy hair, since they first met, as neighbours, at the age of 7, and through out their exchanges of what seemed to be hateful words, deeds and action, you can't really stop yourself from grinning Awesome! just what i needed! ;) And I sure ain't FORGETTING about it, anytime soon Whitney G writes one of my fave tropes - enemies to lovers and this story tops it all, with wits, humor, pranks, banter and bickering between the main characters, Ethan Wyatt, Mr. Popular and Rachel Dawson, sassy nerd with frizzy hair, since they first met, as neighbours, at the age of 7, and through out their exchanges of what seemed to be hateful words, deeds and action, you can't really stop yourself from grinning when they finally realize that all this time, they were in fact, the closest people to each other, and that all of it was worth it...cause they being "frenemies" actually led them to find the love of their lives I love you, Rachel Dawson, and I've loved you since I was seven and a half years old. awwww that's all I'm gonna drop here as a conclusion LOL

  10. 3 out of 5

    Melanie (mells_view)

    “True enemies can’t be cordial.” “You can if you have to be,” A really enjoyable enemies to lovers new adult romance. Forget You, Ethan had me laughing, smiling, and swooning from the first page until the last. I really enjoyed Ethan & Rachel’s relationship. It’s told from both of their POV’s and jumps between their present and their past. I just love the angst of having feelings for someone and not admitting it, or not even really knowing it. This book provides that feeling and so much more. “True enemies can’t be cordial.” “You can if you have to be,” A really enjoyable enemies to lovers new adult romance. Forget You, Ethan had me laughing, smiling, and swooning from the first page until the last. I really enjoyed Ethan & Rachel’s relationship. It’s told from both of their POV’s and jumps between their present and their past. I just love the angst of having feelings for someone and not admitting it, or not even really knowing it. This book provides that feeling and so much more. I will say that this book suffers a bit from convenient resolutions any time there is a problem. Things just were fixed way too simply for my tastes, but I still enjoyed the book, and can’t wait to read Forget You, Rachel to see what the characters are up to!

  11. 3 out of 5

    Sonya ♕Chatterbooks book blog♕

    If there’s one thing that I love , it’s an enemies to lovers story. The hate that radiates off the characters, the mind games, the plot to ultimately destroy them and only to have it backfire, and let’s not forget the crap ton of sexual tension that burns up the pages. Whatever it is, however the outcome, I’m a true sucker for stories like these and although I didn’t entirely love this one, it still kept me entertained. Sworn enemies since they were seven years old, Rachel Dawson and Ethan Wyat If there’s one thing that I love , it’s an enemies to lovers story. The hate that radiates off the characters, the mind games, the plot to ultimately destroy them and only to have it backfire, and let’s not forget the crap ton of sexual tension that burns up the pages. Whatever it is, however the outcome, I’m a true sucker for stories like these and although I didn’t entirely love this one, it still kept me entertained. Sworn enemies since they were seven years old, Rachel Dawson and Ethan Wyatt have perfected the art of being uncivilized to one another. From tiss fights, to insulting each other as if they were handing out compliments, these two have done it all and then some. Now in their early twenties and in their final year of college, you would think that their bitter rivalry and feud would be put to rest because their now young adults but that’s not the case. For now anyway. As luck would have it, Rachel is in desperate need of a place to stay and Ethan needs a new roommate. So with her big girl panties on and Ethan’s agreement, they settle on being cordial to each other. But how long will that truce last or will their feud prevent them from becoming something more? I had a love hate relationship with this book if im being honest. There were some moments where I felt like I was on cloud nine and couldn’t get enough of their witty banter with each other and then there were moments where I just couldn’t stand the female heroine! Some of her actions irked me to no avail and I desperately wanted to shake her sometimes. Now as for Ethan, he was not perfect at all but he knew that and he was honest with what he wanted and I liked that about him. If you’re looking for a funny enemies to lovers romance, then I think you should give this one a try.    

  12. 3 out of 5

    Viri

    Muy del estilo de "Sincerely, Carter" y dado que ese libro no me gustó mucho, no puedo recomendar este apliamente. Toda la primera parte fue terrible. Ella me ponía de los nervios. NO HAY RAZÓN para su cosa de enemies not friends en serio. NO HAY RAZÓN. Nunca terminé de entender porque ella estaba tan molesta por una simple y OBVIA corrección. Él es el que me gustó, siempre (la mayoría del tiempo) fue el que actuaba más maduro y mesurado. No es que me encantará pero pude comprenderlo un poco más Muy del estilo de "Sincerely, Carter" y dado que ese libro no me gustó mucho, no puedo recomendar este apliamente. Toda la primera parte fue terrible. Ella me ponía de los nervios. NO HAY RAZÓN para su cosa de enemies not friends en serio. NO HAY RAZÓN. Nunca terminé de entender porque ella estaba tan molesta por una simple y OBVIA corrección. Él es el que me gustó, siempre (la mayoría del tiempo) fue el que actuaba más maduro y mesurado. No es que me encantará pero pude comprenderlo un poco más. Siempre fue el que la comprendía y tenía los buenos y románticos gestos. Insisto en que ella es insoportable pero al final la cosa mejora y es tolerable. En fin, un tres muy apenitas y un libro entretenido. Eso es Forget you, Ethan para mí. ***2.5 forget you STARS*** Un Enemies to lovers, más como friends to lovers who think they’re enemies. 🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️🤦🏻‍♀️

  13. 4 out of 5

    JewelsyGoolsy

    Pretty cute. Had annoying moments, but I liked the cute moments much better.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Julia

    Add another book to the pile of 2018 disappointments.

  15. 3 out of 5

    preoccupiedbybooks

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Forget you Ethan....I wish I could forget and rewind my time back to before I read this piece of garbage and change my mind! 1) This is not an enemies to lovers book-they are basically each others only friends but pretend to hate each other but not really because they write each other letters like several times a week?!! 2) The characters are so immature, especially Rachel, and this feels like its set in school not college. 3) THERE IS CHEATING IN THIS! They are both so f***ing immature that they u Forget you Ethan....I wish I could forget and rewind my time back to before I read this piece of garbage and change my mind! 1) This is not an enemies to lovers book-they are basically each others only friends but pretend to hate each other but not really because they write each other letters like several times a week?!! 2) The characters are so immature, especially Rachel, and this feels like its set in school not college. 3) THERE IS CHEATING IN THIS! They are both so f***ing immature that they use other people to make the other person jealous and then both just leave their dates and start having sex!!! 4) There is no chemistry. 5) There is no humour. 6) She is beyond cruel to her father. 7) That awful dry humping scene on the boat still makes me want to heave. 8) The ending with his father finding his writing and suddenly being ok with him pursuing writing instead of taking over the business was just soooo convenient...🙄 🙄 🙄 COMPUTER PLEASE ERASE THIS BOOK FROM MY MEMORY IN 5,4,3,2,1.....

  16. 4 out of 5

    Zairobe25

    Decepción total! It was a very dumb book!! La heroína patética, el un manwhore. Fue como una película de comedia mala, con situaciones irreales y over the top; tipo american Pie pero peor. It was not even funny. Además de todo eso sumemosle el constante retraso en la publicación del libro, la autora cambio infinidad de veces la fecha de publicación, y ni siquiera avisaba!! No es confiable para nada. Pero... 1,5⭐, le doy eso porque los capítulos finales me gustaron un poco mas. Todavía no me doy por ve Decepción total! It was a very dumb book!! La heroína patética, el un manwhore. Fue como una película de comedia mala, con situaciones irreales y over the top; tipo american Pie pero peor. It was not even funny. Además de todo eso sumemosle el constante retraso en la publicación del libro, la autora cambio infinidad de veces la fecha de publicación, y ni siquiera avisaba!! No es confiable para nada. Pero... 1,5⭐, le doy eso porque los capítulos finales me gustaron un poco mas. Todavía no me doy por vencida con esta autora, aún no voy a tirar la toalla, pero me falta poquitíco.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Betul

    "Even though we hated each other down to our marrow, and we could never get along for more than twenty minutes at a time, we always wrote back..." Forget You, Ethan was a quick and fun read. It is about Ethan and Rachel who are not quite enemies and not quite friends. They meet at the age of seven when Rachel moves into the neighborhood. They have a love/hate relationship from the start but can't stay away from each other. Rachel loves to send letters, and does so whenever she can to tell Ethan h "Even though we hated each other down to our marrow, and we could never get along for more than twenty minutes at a time, we always wrote back..." Forget You, Ethan was a quick and fun read. It is about Ethan and Rachel who are not quite enemies and not quite friends. They meet at the age of seven when Rachel moves into the neighborhood. They have a love/hate relationship from the start but can't stay away from each other. Rachel loves to send letters, and does so whenever she can to tell Ethan how much she hates him. They keeps in contact no matter what and they love to annoy each other. I just enjoyed the flashbacks so much, they were hilarious and it showed the type of relationship these two have. Overall this was a great fun, light new adult romance. The sex scenes were HOT, and the banter was hilarious. However the story was finished before I knew it. This was a very quick read, and I wished it was much longer so I could enjoy these two characters more. There was just more to their story and I can't wait for the FREE extended epilogue to release. I highly recommend this book to all romance lovers. Also I need more stories like Forget You, Ethan and Sincerely, Carter, because they are so much fun!

  18. 5 out of 5

    Alaina Meserole

    These two were so freaking cute! Forget You, Ethan was such an adorable read. I feel like I blew through it but in a really good way. I was enjoying it way too freaking much that I was sad when it was over. I think there's going to be a second book, and I can't wait to dive into that one! In this, you will meet Ethan and Rachel. Sworn enemies since the day they first met. They first grew up down the street from each other but then they became next door neighbors. Yeah, she was definitely the girl These two were so freaking cute! Forget You, Ethan was such an adorable read. I feel like I blew through it but in a really good way. I was enjoying it way too freaking much that I was sad when it was over. I think there's going to be a second book, and I can't wait to dive into that one! In this, you will meet Ethan and Rachel. Sworn enemies since the day they first met. They first grew up down the street from each other but then they became next door neighbors. Yeah, she was definitely the girl next door. Again, this book was adorable AF. They were always at it with each other. They hated each other so much that their friendship was weirdly cute. They would write letters to each other basically saying the other person was a loser and that their own life was more amazing. I loved the spelling errors from Rachel because she just reminded me of myself. I also just really enjoyed their friendship because they always looked out for each other no matter what. They were basically family but they were still enemies. Of course, sparks fly between these two when they back on the same college campus. They both get jealous of the other while starting off a ski trip - but then it got hot and heavy pretty quickly. The smut and chemistry between these two was amazing. I just fell in love with the characters while they were growing up and then loved them even more when they were starting to act like a couple. Until they stopped being a couple due to miscommunication. Of course they called each other out one their crap - which I loved. The ending was so god damn adorable and that is why I need the second book if it's actually a real thing. I NEED IT PEOPLE.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Rejane

    https://www.goodreads.com/review/show... Isn’t just horrible when the male mc knows how pathetic the female mc is and let her know? The excerpt in this review is embarrassing to the female mc. https://www.goodreads.com/review/show...

  20. 4 out of 5

    London

    Really interested in this one but please don’t let him be a manwhore before they get together. I hate when they’ve secretly loved each other for years but the heroes been sleeping with tons of OW.

  21. 3 out of 5

    Mariloli

    Lastima, otra decepcion. Repite el mismo esquema de otros libros, vecinitos con tension sexual desde los 7 años, que siguen odiandose hasta que se dan cuenta que se aman. Fin. No hay quimica, no hay sentido del humor. Si hay una protagonista infantil e inaguantable.

  22. 3 out of 5

    Karla

    4 Stars! This author definitely has a unique way of telling a story and you never know where she's going with the plot. I happen to enjoy her style and chalk up Forget You, Ethan as a win! It was funny, a little odd, but also heartwarming. Looking forward to spending a little more time with this cute couple in Forget You, Rachel.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Maria...

    H.O.T cover!!! The blurb sounds so delicious... I'm salivating just reading it... I certainly wouldn't forget Ethan!!! ;))

  24. 3 out of 5

    Rachaellovesbooks

    Spoilers note to self -H has been a manwhore for many years and h has had a crush on him for many years, they get together and "he's been in love with her for years" !!!!!again with the bs! if you loved someone for so many years you don't screw everything with a pulse, that's not love! so disappointed in this author 😤, thanks to Alex for the save and FORGET YOU DOUCHEBAG ETHAN!!!!!!!!!

  25. 4 out of 5

    Ishmeen

    This is one of the best enemies to lovers trope I have read about y’all I love it!! The writing is so addictive, I couldn’t help but binge it 👏🏼 Can’t wait to read more books from this author!

  26. 4 out of 5

    Purna

    This author has been pushing the release date for two years now. I don’t even want to read the book now because of how unprofessional the author is. Recently it was supposed to be released on and then she pushed it back to August 3rd. Today is August 3rd and the book is yet to be released. I checked all of her social media pages and she is completely silent. Like if you are going to set a release date, do it when you are absolutely sure. She has pushed it so many times I can’t even count. So I a This author has been pushing the release date for two years now. I don’t even want to read the book now because of how unprofessional the author is. Recently it was supposed to be released on and then she pushed it back to August 3rd. Today is August 3rd and the book is yet to be released. I checked all of her social media pages and she is completely silent. Like if you are going to set a release date, do it when you are absolutely sure. She has pushed it so many times I can’t even count. So I am no longer holding my breathe for this book. She is a good author based on her previous work I read but this is just ridiculous.

  27. 3 out of 5

    Lisa (Two Bookish Brits)

    Ok, I’m a lot in love with Ethan and Rachel OMG. This is one of THE BEST Enemies to lovers book I’ve ever read and I mean EVER. ARC Received in exchange for an honest review When I seen Whitney had a new book out and that book was a friends to lovers book I knew instantly I had to read it, I’m a complete and utter sucker for an enemies to lovers book, it’s my (hands down) favourite type of romance. Ethan and Rachel met when they were 7, their first meeting ended up with a 7 year old boy falling Ok, I’m a lot in love with Ethan and Rachel OMG. This is one of THE BEST Enemies to lovers book I’ve ever read and I mean EVER. ARC Received in exchange for an honest review When I seen Whitney had a new book out and that book was a friends to lovers book I knew instantly I had to read it, I’m a complete and utter sucker for an enemies to lovers book, it’s my (hands down) favourite type of romance. Ethan and Rachel met when they were 7, their first meeting ended up with a 7 year old boy falling down the stairs and ever since that day a vow to be enemies for the rest of their lives was made. Watching their story develop through the chapters has been so damn intriguing, I love the way this story went. Their was pain and sadness there that had my eyes filling with water and then there was times when I couldn’t stop laughing. Their story is different, unique and one of the best stories I’ve ever read. Whitney did an incredible job with Ethan and Rachel’s story. I absolutely adore characters that pull you into their story and keep you hostage until the very last page and that’s exactly what they did for me. I’m a huge fan of this authors book, I’ve never been disappointed but I’m just gonna day that this book is my TOP read of hers, I don’t see how anything will ever be able to top this one.

  28. 3 out of 5

    My Pink Fairytales

    It’s just like Sincerely, Carter. I loved it! ❤ It’s just like Sincerely, Carter. I loved it! ❤️

  29. 4 out of 5

    Yuana

    3.5 stars

  30. 3 out of 5

    Izy

    Who doesn't love enemies to Lovers romance, it is one of my favourite tropes to read in romance. In Whitney G.'s Forget You, Ethan; Ethan and Rachel have been enemies since they met when they were both 7 and a half years old. Ethan and Rachel are now all grown up and seniors in college, they have spend the last decade or so writing each other letters with filled with petty, sometimes hateful, sometimes serious stuff. Over the years they have had moments where they called a truce before inevitabil Who doesn't love enemies to Lovers romance, it is one of my favourite tropes to read in romance. In Whitney G.'s Forget You, Ethan; Ethan and Rachel have been enemies since they met when they were both 7 and a half years old. Ethan and Rachel are now all grown up and seniors in college, they have spend the last decade or so writing each other letters with filled with petty, sometimes hateful, sometimes serious stuff. Over the years they have had moments where they called a truce before inevitability returning to their 'enemy' status. I really liked the letters, they showed different sides to their relationship, of how as they grew up the letters become lengthier and in some of them you saw their friendship and how much they cared about each other even though they didn't. Rachel Dawson for the past three years has been on semester at sea program and has decided to finally return to campus life for her final year where she ends up being roommates with none other than her enemy, Ethan Wyatt. They are both somewhat confused with their attraction to each other and even though they hate each other, they can't seem leave each other alone. I really felt for Rachel, she was all alone because of her semester at sea, she never got to make any friends at college and nobody replied back to her letters from the sea. Ethan and Rachel were really cute together, their banter and their chemistry with each other was really good. I loved seeing how much Ethan cared about Rachel even with his guise of I hate her through the flashbacks we get them of as kids and later teenagers. Quibbles: I do wish we could have gotten a bit more lengthier reunion and grovel at the end. I hope we get a more in the future epilogue in the Forget You, Rachel book. I also want to know what happened and why Penelope never replied back to Rachel?? It seemed like she finally found a friend. I also wanted them to act a bit more mature because they are after all in their twenties but they didn't. Some parts of the book I wish could have been done a bit better or had more depth to it but its new adult romance and pretty short so I kinda let it go. Overall, it was a quick read about two dorks who fell in love somewhere along the line of writing hate letters to each other and unknown to them become friends and then meeting in person led them to become lovers. It was funny, cute and I found enjoying the ride.  ARC was generously provided by the author in exchange for an honest review. Facebook | Twitter | Instagram

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