To Forget You (A Contemporary Novel)
By Low Kay Hwa
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Published: Feb. 28, 2013
Words: 42,943 (approximate)
To Forget You, Low Kay Hwa's sixth novel, is a love story that everyone can relate to. A refreshing, bittersweet love story that lasts for almost eighteen years, die-hard Low Kay Hwa fans will not want to miss this tear-jerker!
What keeps a relationship going: the memories or the emotions? What if you forget the motions but remember the emotions?
After seven years together with Fang Lin, Zhi Jie suddenly decides to break up with Fang Ling. In the seven years together, they have gone through everything: from fighting over petty things to nearly being killed in a car accident together. It makes no sense for Zhi Jie to initiate the breakup, when the love has reached such a depth.
As time goes by, it turns out that their love is not merely about being together--but about being happy together. They slowly realize that memories exist only to build emotions.
Low Kay Hwa's best-selling romance seeks to answer a question that everyone can relate. What keeps a relationship going? Is it the minutes, or the moments?
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