Recommended by Marco

It's a very well written story, which uses several characters and makes you want to get to know the characters that are mentioned. A funny, entertaining, sarcastic story that entertains on bad days. The author appearing makes the story more real and the variety of sagas that appear is very large. Anyway, it's a very good fanfic, I recommend it (oh, swear?) and everyone should read it. Grade 10.
"ITS" and "IT'S"

"Its" shows possession. "It's" is a contraction for "it is" or "it has." Ex.: The dog wagged its tail. It's a lovely day outside.

"GOOD" and "WELL"

"Good" is an adjective. "Well" is an adverb. Ex.: The food tastes good. She speaks English well.

Recommended by ItsCupcake

The fic is still in its infancy, but it was impossible to read the chapters and not recommend the story. Taay (the author) writes divinely well. She has the gift of expressing every feeling of her character, Kim, she can write in a way that I honestly can't, no matter how hard I try, always when I read it comes out a text that is very summarized as to what the character really feels. She makes the story unfold naturally, makes you step into Kim's shoes and you end up involved in everything. And the way she describes Luke? Guys, it's impossible not to fall in love with him in this fic. Kim makes you fall in love with the boy that she starts to feel strong feelings for, she makes you think that you really know Luke, that he is by her side and that he goes to the same school as you. nI have high expectations for the next chapters of this story. The author has a success story on her hands, and I still don't know how I'm the second reader to send reviews, I bet Taay has ghost readers, because with such a perfect fic, it's impossible to have just two readers in seven chapters, right? Well, I just want Taay to continue with this perfect writing, as if she were Stephanie Meyer and Becca Fitzpatrick's sister (as she said in one of the reviews). Both writers are divas, especially Becca who manages to capture you in her books, I really got into reading the Hush Hush series and reading Memories made me feel again the pleasant feeling of satisfaction I felt when reading the series... I think Everyone who likes to read always has that story that makes us feel at home, comfortable and peaceful... Taay's story manages to make me feel all of this. If you've read this far and haven't felt confused by everything I've written and you really know what I'm talking about, go read Memories and you can be sure that you won't regret it. The story grabs you from the first chapter and you feel the need to read everything until the end. Read it, please.