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Four months ago, Lena woke up in a dark alleyway with no recollection of who she is. The only clues to her past are a mysterious tattooed symbol and a supernatural power: the ability to see evil in people. While struggling to regain her memory, she follows a guiding instinct to a small Colorado town. There she finds other young men and women with similar stories, similar t Four months ago, Lena woke up in a dark alleyway with no recollection of who she is. The only clues to her past are a mysterious tattooed symbol and a supernatural power: the ability to see evil in people. While struggling to regain her memory, she follows a guiding instinct to a small Colorado town. There she finds other young men and women with similar stories, similar tattoos, and a multitude of superhuman powers. Among them a man she's intensely attracted to, yet with no memories of him, she has no idea why. As Lena and the others explore their powers and try to figure out who and what they are, they make a frightening discovery. Those who know the answers to their questions are hunting them. And if they find them, these superhumans may not survive.


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Four months ago, Lena woke up in a dark alleyway with no recollection of who she is. The only clues to her past are a mysterious tattooed symbol and a supernatural power: the ability to see evil in people. While struggling to regain her memory, she follows a guiding instinct to a small Colorado town. There she finds other young men and women with similar stories, similar t Four months ago, Lena woke up in a dark alleyway with no recollection of who she is. The only clues to her past are a mysterious tattooed symbol and a supernatural power: the ability to see evil in people. While struggling to regain her memory, she follows a guiding instinct to a small Colorado town. There she finds other young men and women with similar stories, similar tattoos, and a multitude of superhuman powers. Among them a man she's intensely attracted to, yet with no memories of him, she has no idea why. As Lena and the others explore their powers and try to figure out who and what they are, they make a frightening discovery. Those who know the answers to their questions are hunting them. And if they find them, these superhumans may not survive.

30 review for Forgotten

  1. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Hindermann

    Lena is a young woman in her twenties who woke up one day, homeless, without any memories. The story starts with her hitchhiking to a small town in Colorado. From there, she meets the strangest group of people she'd ever met. Among them is a SUPER HOT guy who seems to want nothing to do with her. The novel develops with Lena and this group trying to figure out what happened to them and why they all have mysterious tattoos and enhanced abilities. The book in general is very well-written. Each chap Lena is a young woman in her twenties who woke up one day, homeless, without any memories. The story starts with her hitchhiking to a small town in Colorado. From there, she meets the strangest group of people she'd ever met. Among them is a SUPER HOT guy who seems to want nothing to do with her. The novel develops with Lena and this group trying to figure out what happened to them and why they all have mysterious tattoos and enhanced abilities. The book in general is very well-written. Each chapter moved the plot along and they usually ended with something that made me NEED to read the next chapter. Krista Street does an amazing job of pulling the reader in with LOTS of mystery in the beginning. You can't help but want to know what happens next. Once you get pulled into the story and well-developed characters, it's hard to put it down. I enjoyed Street's way of distinguishing each character with personality and looks so the reader doesn't get them mixed up. She also does well with setting the scene and giving each character a different voice. One thing I felt the story lacked was some beginning development of the romance. For instance, Lena feels a pull to be with Flint, but it's never really explained why. The reader can assume by the end. Once the couple is together though, the story gets a little more heated. I liked how much they wanted each other, but had to hold back. Street does marvelous building that tension and creating scenes that test the character's control. There were some parts I read when I couldn't wipe a smile off my face. In the last third of the book, I couldn't put it down. I plowed through those last chapters like it was my life purpose to. Many things get explained in the end, but then more questions arise. I cannot wait to finish this trilogy. LIKE CANNOT WAIT. I loved the concept of this novel. I would recommend this to anyone who enjoys a fantastic mix of romance, mystery, and paranormal aspects.

  2. 4 out of 5

    Olivia Wildenstein

    I just finished listening to this book and it was wonderfully narrated. LOVED the storyline, the surprises, the characters, and can't wait to see what Street has in store for us next!

  3. 5 out of 5

    Don

    Maturity & Common Sense were also forgotten It was all I could do to finish this book. The lead character, Lena, seemed to be very immature and irrational in her thinking. Had a crush on Flint, but couldn't actually converse with him, more like a child than a 21 year-old. Many of the characters acted more like spoiled brats than adults. Plus, I'm pretty sure this book was actually written for Young Adults, not Adults. So much of the book was taken up with all of them wondering what their history Maturity & Common Sense were also forgotten It was all I could do to finish this book. The lead character, Lena, seemed to be very immature and irrational in her thinking. Had a crush on Flint, but couldn't actually converse with him, more like a child than a 21 year-old. Many of the characters acted more like spoiled brats than adults. Plus, I'm pretty sure this book was actually written for Young Adults, not Adults. So much of the book was taken up with all of them wondering what their history was, but when they were told what it was, they immediately seemed to want to "kill" the messenger. I would have expected them to feel relief after finally finding this out. Part of the Promo of this book had this " Those who know the answers to their questions are hunting them. And if they find them, these super humans may not survive." So, now they are ALL going to go there and confront them? I'm thinking they are still all acting like teenagers. Perhaps they are all Geniuses, many of they have No Common Sense. I see no reason to read the continuing story. Sorry. I got Book 1 free from Amazon.

  4. 4 out of 5

    Stephanie Norris

    Oh my goodness, this book. I found it honestly not sure what to expect, but intrigued by the book summary. When I did start reading, it became near impossible to put down. The characters and story was so interesting and compelling. I'm so sad I've already finished it! It was brilliant. I am already in need of the the next book, but this one just came out! The wait is going to hurt, but I am so beyond excited. These characters. These relationships. They're so gripping and I loved every minute of re Oh my goodness, this book. I found it honestly not sure what to expect, but intrigued by the book summary. When I did start reading, it became near impossible to put down. The characters and story was so interesting and compelling. I'm so sad I've already finished it! It was brilliant. I am already in need of the the next book, but this one just came out! The wait is going to hurt, but I am so beyond excited. These characters. These relationships. They're so gripping and I loved every minute of reading about them.

  5. 5 out of 5

    Kathy V Jernigan

    Strong characters I rated this 5 star because it is a genre I dislike and I just got pulled into the story. I didn't put it down until the end and will be getting the next in the series soon. The characters are complex and I am rooting for them.

  6. 5 out of 5

    Ian

    This book is about absolutely nothing. It's basically teenagers sitting out the front of 7-Eleven sipping on slurpees because they have nothing better to do. They literally have nothing better to do.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Sheyla

    I am not sure if everyone in the review section read the same book as I did because clearly we have very different opinions. When I read the synopsis of the book, I immediately thought about giving it a try because it inspired mystery, adventure and drama. Once I started reading it, I actually liked how it was written. Lena is the one narrating the story through her point of view, so it was very easy to imagine everything she was living. I really enjoyed the style of writing of the author, but on I am not sure if everyone in the review section read the same book as I did because clearly we have very different opinions. When I read the synopsis of the book, I immediately thought about giving it a try because it inspired mystery, adventure and drama. Once I started reading it, I actually liked how it was written. Lena is the one narrating the story through her point of view, so it was very easy to imagine everything she was living. I really enjoyed the style of writing of the author, but once the story kept going I was not sure where it was headed. Since Lena meets others just like her, I thought it was going to be a fun and interesting story, however, the story was ONLY focused on Lena and her sudden attraction to one particular memeber of the group: Flint. The begginning of the story was fast paced. Lena meets the group and she has to accept the idea that there are more like her. At this point I thought she would start forming relationships with the others, you know friendship, but that hardly happens. Towards the middle of the story, absolutely nothing interesting happened. Lena is just babbling about her and Flint, and how she feels about him. Then I was not sure if I was reading an erotic book. The way the book is organized, in my opinion, is bad. There are not plot twists, there is not dialogue between the characters that are meaningful to the story, there is not fun...There are great characters with their own fun personalities but unfortunately they are not well developed. I struggled to finish the book, but I really wanted to finish it because like I said, the concept of the books is very interesting! It is a shame that it was not well written. I am not sure if I will continue reading the trilogy, but as for this book I am disappointed. I thought it was going to be way better.

  8. 4 out of 5

    Runningrabbit

    Left but not Forgotten This is an excellent read, both imaginative and well executed. Lena is a well drafted character with depth and credibility. The novel starts out in open circumstances, the plot thickens going off in a couple of directions which gradually gell together. The environment is a novel one that makes the book develop within concentric circles that eventually converge. The secondary group of characters flesh out the storyline giving the novel a number of tangents to work with whil Left but not Forgotten This is an excellent read, both imaginative and well executed. Lena is a well drafted character with depth and credibility. The novel starts out in open circumstances, the plot thickens going off in a couple of directions which gradually gell together. The environment is a novel one that makes the book develop within concentric circles that eventually converge. The secondary group of characters flesh out the storyline giving the novel a number of tangents to work with whilst heading towards a complete whole. I'm somewhat ambivalent about the end, my first thoughts are 'really? Dumb, dumb and dumber'. The next thought is that the author better come up with something innovative and not take the characters from tenacious to blindingly stupid.

  9. 4 out of 5

    Deborah Rocco

    Great Storyline! This is a great story with characters that have powers that they received from beginning part of an experiment as a child. The story develops wells and leaves you wanting to read the next book in the series. One thing I do like, it is romance, mystery and science fiction all rolled into one!

  10. 5 out of 5

    Alisha Kines

    Captured me from the first word This book was amazing. I literally read it in an afternoon. It was so easy to feel the characters emotions. Krista did an amazing job at putting you in the characters shoes. I couldn't put this book down, and if you start reading it you won't be able to either!

  11. 4 out of 5

    Mike Kalmbach

    Fun, exciting read! I enjoyed the suspense and adventure--with enough romance to keep things interesting there too. I'm moving on right away to the next book in the series!

  12. 4 out of 5

    Biana

    It's YA in every sense of the genre. But it was kind of a jaunty fun story. I will move on to book 2 shortly.

  13. 4 out of 5

    Gale Albright

    I really really wanted to love this book, however I can only give It three stars. The storyline is interesting and the writing is good. The book bogs down after about the first 50 pages. Not enough time was spent of their gifts and too much time was spent on incidental details. I am going to read book two to see if it improves.

  14. 4 out of 5

    Danni

    Wonderful read I didn’t really know what to expect, but this book is pretty good! I really enjoyed the development of the characters. The concept was pretty intriguing as well. I will read the next one :)

  15. 4 out of 5

    Karina Halt

    Good and interesting read! Recommended!

  16. 4 out of 5

    Debbie Nehoff

    This book was easy to read. There was enough romance, suspense and excitement to keep me unable to put it down. Well written but definitely makes you want to get the rest of the trilogy. Enjoy

  17. 4 out of 5

    Wendi

    I thought this was pretty good. Along the lines of Twilight, but not as good. The vicarious relationship part was what carried the book through. The hero/love interest is great. The Heroine herself is ok but can be somewhat annoying as the author made her be "impulsive" but it just ended up seeming forced or unrealistic. I thought it could have done with some editing. There were a couple of typos in the beginning and the pacing was a little weird. I kept waiting for the climactic scene about 3/4 I thought this was pretty good. Along the lines of Twilight, but not as good. The vicarious relationship part was what carried the book through. The hero/love interest is great. The Heroine herself is ok but can be somewhat annoying as the author made her be "impulsive" but it just ended up seeming forced or unrealistic. I thought it could have done with some editing. There were a couple of typos in the beginning and the pacing was a little weird. I kept waiting for the climactic scene about 3/4 through and then was at the end when I realized it had happened already and was not a major blip in the plot. It is primarily a romantic story in terms of what was driving the plot so that directed the "big conflict" but a lot of what happened to the characters had to do with external danger that never really went anywhere and there were two seemingly dangerous character subplots that never amounted to much. I felt like at least one of them needed to woven in as a dangerous situation in which the heroine is involved. But the danger just ended up being an excuse for the hero to brood or look protective (which I don't mind at all but it didn't seem to have any other point in the plot). Now I know that this is a trilogy and I have only read book one so far, so I'm assuming that those unresolved subplots will turn into something later but this first book needed more of a punch at the end/(75% mark). There were some scenes that seemed very similar to twilight when they are alone. When they lay down outside, when he carries her on his back and when he has to go several feet away from her to cool his ardor. But Twilight brought the danger home in the end (and the character arcs raised more serious dilemmas). Nevertheless, this was a fun book based on the relationship and I will try to read the second book and see how it goes.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Charity

    A fantastic book for the start of a trilogy! This book captured my attention from page 1, and since then, it just keeps on getting more and more interesting! Love every moment of the book. Lena is just such a lovable character. Adding in a group of amazing friends, super powers, and a potential love interest, what else could you hope for? I went into this book blind without knowing what it is about. The reason for this is because I really enjoyed the prequel, Awakened (a book that I stumble upon A fantastic book for the start of a trilogy! This book captured my attention from page 1, and since then, it just keeps on getting more and more interesting! Love every moment of the book. Lena is just such a lovable character. Adding in a group of amazing friends, super powers, and a potential love interest, what else could you hope for? I went into this book blind without knowing what it is about. The reason for this is because I really enjoyed the prequel, Awakened (a book that I stumble upon by accident), and from there, I was really curious on what is to come. Thus, I decided to pick up the first book of the series right away and check it out. And wow, was I glad I did. This book is all that I was hoping for and more. Such a great read! It is a book I will definitely revisit in the near future.

  19. 4 out of 5

    J. Else

    Krista Street has started an exciting new trilogy filled with diverse characters and captivating circumstances. While there was a bit more romance than I usually read ((view spoiler)[and Flint was a bit more possessive than I'm usually comfortable with for a romantic co-lead (hide spoiler)] ), the main character is relatable. Her own curiosity about her circumstances mirrors the reader's, and it keeps you turning the pages. I look forward to more. Intriguing new series by a talented new author! Krista Street has started an exciting new trilogy filled with diverse characters and captivating circumstances. While there was a bit more romance than I usually read ((view spoiler)[and Flint was a bit more possessive than I'm usually comfortable with for a romantic co-lead (hide spoiler)] ), the main character is relatable. Her own curiosity about her circumstances mirrors the reader's, and it keeps you turning the pages. I look forward to more. Intriguing new series by a talented new author!

  20. 5 out of 5

    Monica

    An Interesting Ride I liked this book because its a great story. I disliked that it dragged a bit in the middle. I gave it 5 stars because it deserved it. Its a clever premise for a sci-fi or "what if" book. I loved the characters and am intrigued by the beginning of the characters' story. Read it in a few days only. A solid start in a series! Lets hope the others are just as good!

  21. 5 out of 5

    Mary Ann

    This series is really more of a psi format than paranormal. The 8 main characters each have an extra sensory gift that benefits the whole group. It reminds me of J Paterson's series on the kids who have been genetiacally modified as well . This group has a special mission to acomplish at the end of the story.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Adrienne Rush

    Great story! I really enjoyed this book and am looking forward to reading the entire series. It has an unusual story line that sucked me in to the very end of book one. Well written, well developed characters, just the right pace, and just the right ending to entice the reader to book two. Well done!

  23. 5 out of 5

    Elisabeth Gray

    I really enjoyed reading this and look forward to the next book. The characters and basic concept are different but I think if you liked the twilight series you will like this (perhaps for a slightly older audience).

  24. 4 out of 5

    Bob-Sharon Hook

    Riveting Storyline Thoroughly enjoyed the story - premise had uniqueness, always wondering how things would twist and turn next. Looking forward to reading the sequels to see what kind of 'troubles' the characters will get themselves into.

  25. 5 out of 5

    Rnolter

    Interesting read I really liked the ranch. Reminds me of Louis L’Amour. You really brought the ranch to life and made it real. The mystery of the kids was very well done. Looking forward to reading book two.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Phil Matthews

    Pretty darn good Well written. Good composition. Thoughtful plot. Interesting characters. One thing I have difficulty believing is, how can Lena be so "normal" considering her upbringing.

  27. 4 out of 5

    Dinnl

    Interesting premise, but not enough happens in most of the book. A little too obviously part of a series. Personally I think a book should always be able to stand alone. Probably wont buy the next one.

  28. 5 out of 5

    Cryogenic Fire

    Interesting I enjoyed this far more than I expected to. It kept my interest throughout and I enjoyed the characters and plotline.

  29. 4 out of 5

    ⚜Renna Grace ⚜

    I found this book really interesting. The plot was intriguing, and even though I normally don't like too many romances, I really enjoyed the romance in this book. Would probably recommend.

  30. 5 out of 5

    jared

    Good book! I thought this was a great book, the plot was really good. I liked that their was romance and some strife. I think this author will only get better!!

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