Remember Me Not, My Love

J.D. Walker

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Remember Me Not, My Love

Remember Me Not My Love When Terry turned eighteen he would end up homeless and alone abandoned by family and friends for being gay Though it took him years he found his feet again Then a man from his past knocks him righ

  • Title: Remember Me Not, My Love
  • Author: J.D. Walker
  • ISBN: 9781620045046
  • Page: 120
  • Format: ebook
  • When Terry turned eighteen, he would end up homeless and alone, abandoned by family and friends for being gay Though it took him years, he found his feet again.Then a man from his past knocks him right back down again, dredging up a memory of the time Terry stood by and did nothing as that same man was assaulted for being gay, driving home to Terry that he will never be wWhen Terry turned eighteen, he would end up homeless and alone, abandoned by family and friends for being gay Though it took him years, he found his feet again.Then a man from his past knocks him right back down again, dredging up a memory of the time Terry stood by and did nothing as that same man was assaulted for being gay, driving home to Terry that he will never be worthy of friendship or family But the man who brought back the past is also the person most willing to fight for their future.

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    One thought on “Remember Me Not, My Love

    1. Jilrene ♥ on said:

      2mething Like cotton candy - sweet, fluffy, but not satisfying

    2. Beatrice Masaluñga on said:

      Thank you NetGalley for providing an ARC in exchange for an honest review.I am just going to write a very short review about this book. I guess it is an okay read to me. It's cliché and an insta-love. I know it's a short story, but I find it shallow and there's not much conflict on it. That's it.

    3. Sandra on said:

      This was just too short at 28 pages on my Nook, and thus felt rushed to the HFN ending. Terry was kicked out of his home at 18 for coming out to his parents, shortly after witnessing his so-called friends beat up on a gay classmate. Shocked into inaction, Terry could only watch the abuse being doled out, but was so affected by it that he decided to tell his parents he was gay. And promptly lost everything. After a while on the street, working what jobs he could get and prostituting himself to su [...]

    4. Sara on said:

      2.5 starsI'm not sure what this was supposed to be? It was much shorter than I expected given the blurb. The set up would have been really good had there been some sort of, well story, honestly. Terry's redemption and acceptance could have been moving and there could have been a lot of angst between he and Ishmael considering their history. But this moved too fast and though I don't hate insta-love, this was cringe worthy and I don't buy it. And that end? Just no. No. I mean, seriously? No. It w [...]

    5. T.M. Smith on said:

      An innocent trip to a local shop to buy batteries will change Terry’s life, again, but this time for the better. When Terry was in high school, he witnessed a seemingly brutal gay bashing. In shock, Terry was unable to move, much less respond to what was happening. Now several years later, life brings the victim of that unwarranted attack back into Terry’s life. Ishmael has never forgotten what happened that day, or the fact that Terry just stood there and did nothing to stop the attack, or [...]

    6. Maja (The Nocturnal Library) on said:

      Remember Me Not, My Love is an extremely short, but touching story about second chances and redemption. Due to its length, I honestly see no point in publishing it by itself, and not as part of an anthology, but for a quick read, it was very emotional.The loneliness of its point of view character came through loud and clear, with an intensity that honestly surprised me. I loved seeing him brought back to life in a way, and I loved that it didn't happen overnight. The romance developed slowly, es [...]

    7. Jen on said:

      Note: This ARC was provided by Less Than Three Press via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.Remember Me Not, My Love by J.D. Walker is a short story about two people whose paths crossed when they were teenagers and then cross again years later. It's about being able to forgive and move forward with your life while actually living and not just surviving after having endured hardships. I was able to get through the entire thing rather quickly, though it did leave me feeling disappointed to [...]

    8. Teresa on said:

      Title: Remember Me Not, My LoveAuthor: DJ WalkerPublisher: Less than Three Press LLCISBN: 9781620045046Buy Link: lessthanthreepress/booReviewer: TeresaBlurb:When Terry turned eighteen, he wound end up homeless and alone, abandoned by family and friends for being gay. Though it took him years, he found his feet again.Then a man from his past knocks him right back down again, dredging up a memory of the time Terry stood by and did nothing as that same man was assaulted for being gay, driving home [...]

    9. Tracy~Bayou Book Junkie on said:

      Remember Me Not, My Love3.75 stars**This book was provided to me by the author/publisher via NetGallery in exchange for an honest review**Terry was thrown out at the age of 18, when he came out to his parents. After living the life of a privileged rich kid he was suddenly abandoned by his family and friends and forced to live on the streets. He finally gets into a program that helps him get a job and find section 8 housing. But Terry isn't living, he is just existing. On a trip across the street [...]

    10. Blake Ty-ohni on said:

      Remember Me Not, My Love by J.D.Walker is a short story about two young men after they graduated from high school. Terry had turned eighteen and was from a very well to do family. When he came out to his family and friends as being gay, they all turned their back on him. With nowhere else to go and no one for support, Terry spent time being homeless doing anything he could just to survive. The male from his past had gone to school with him and sought him out to confront Terry who stood by years [...]

    11. Shelley Chastagner on said:

      Amazing. This book has so many layers. It does a beautiful job showing that there is so much more than what people see. Terry is broken and the damage he believes is his own doing and justly earned. He has survived so much and still doesn't see any absolution. Ishmael was the catalyst for Terry's nightmare life and his savior. Slowly and gently he heals the broken places and leads him to love.Adult read

    12. Lauren at Live Read and Breathe Reviews on said:

      3 Sweet but too fast starsSource: eARC for Honest Review Courtesy of Less than Three Press via NetGalleySo I liked the premise or idea of this story but at times it fell short for me. It could be because it was a novella, so there wasn't enough to build which made the story happen way to fast and with not enough time for me to fully connect with the characters.Terry was once a spoiled rich boy who had it all until he came out of the closet. Now after his family kicks him out he became homeless a [...]

    13. Crystal Marie on said:

      This is a very short story. Too short, really. This is the story of Terry, who was kicked out of his home because he was gay, and has been through living on the streets and now is just thankful he has a roof over his head. It’s also the story of redemption for a man who doesn’t believe he deserves it. Ishmael and he have a past. A past he had forgotten. When he was in high school, his buddies beat up Ishmael so badly that he had to be hospitalized. Terry was too terrified to stop them. But t [...]

    14. Riayl on said:

      Started off well but then suddenly made a mad dash for the end. (view spoiler)[Starts out with the confrontation and then the slow growing of their friendship. Then Ishmael talks Terry into going out to a movie with him, which reads as a totally casual, friends-type thing. Yet after the movie, Ishmael asks Terry what he wants to do next:"I don't know," I said. "I've never been out on a date before, if that's what this is. Is it?""Yes, baby, it is. I wanted to treat you special, because you are." [...]

    15. Shelley Chastagner on said:

      Amazing. This book has so many layers. It does a beautiful job showing that there is so much more than what people see. Terry is broken and the damage he believes is his own doing and justly earned. He has survived so much and still doesn't see any absolution. Ishmael was the catalyst for Terry's nightmare life and his savior. Slowly and gently he heals the broken places and leads him to love.Adult read

    16. J.D. Walker on said:

      MM Good Book Reviews gave this story 4 hearts.Read the review at the link belowgoodbookreviews.wordpress.c

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