Amy Brecount White
Something—some power—is blooming inside Laurel. She can use flowers to do things. Like bringing back lost memories. Or helping her friends ace tests. Or making people fall in love.Laurel suspects her newfound ability has something to do with an ancient family secret, one that her mother meant to share with Laurel when the time was right. But then time ran out.Clues and signs and secret messages seem to be all around Laurel at Avondale School, where her mother had also boarded as a student. Can Laurel piece everything together quickly enough to control her power, which is growing more potent every day? Or will she set the stage for the most lovestruck, infamous prom in the history of the school?

Book Details


  • Fantasy

Age Level: 

  • 12 and up
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In the book Forget-Her- Nots, Laurel is getting to know more about her and her mothers gift. They have a special sense when it comes to flowers and how to use them for good. The gift has been passed down from generation to generation. On the way she gets in trouble with giving certain flowers to people and that people wanting more and more of the flowers done by her. She gets help from some of her mothers friends and hers. Laurel has some hard times during this book with flowers and other teenager stuff. So read the book to see what happens to Laurel.

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