‘I Forgot Day’, which is when you have the opportunity to make your apologies for anything you have forgotten, such as birthdays, anniversaries, turning up to work, cooking dinner for your family... The only problem is that on this day you are meant to remember what it is that you forgot, which leads to a whole other paradigm shift of ‘what if I’ve forgotten what I was meant to remember that I originally forgot?’ More importantly, what if the person you are apologising to for forgetting something has actually forgotten that you forgot? Does the apology still count, or should you just forget it?
Amnesia plots in romance: Remember Me? by Sophie Kinsella, Someone to Watch Over Me by Lisa Kleypas, Enticed by His Forgotten Lover by Maya Banks, Slightly Sinful by Mary Balogh.