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Forget About It
by Caprice Crane
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5 Spot, 2007 (2007)

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* *   Reviewed by Mary Ann Smyth

Forget About It is not to be missed. There's a simple start to the story Jordan Landau tangles with an automobile door while riding her bicycle. Simple? Sure ... Ride to hospital in an ambulance ... Patched up and sent home ... Life continues ... Right?

Wrong. Jordan decides that this is a chance to start over and become the person she has always wanted to be, rather than the pushover she feels she is - unable to speak up for herself, or stand up to those to whom she should stand up. She decides to get rid of her no-good boyfriend; tell her idea-stealing boss to shove it; fake amnesia. Wow! Great concept. It works for a while. But when things go wrong, they really spiral downwards.

Caprice Crane has taken a good idea and embellished it with everyday truths. Lessons in relationships burst from every page: the definition of friendship, true friendship; the old saw that a friend will put up your bail, while a true friend will sit in the jail cell with you and tell you what a great thing it was you both just did, fits here; as well as allowing yourself the freedom to love and be loved and to recognize when it is happening. Forget About It offers good counseling wrapped up in a tale that is delightful.

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