time a girl and a boy were lucky enough to find each other. Some called it
young love, but we called it true love. Soul mates. Regardless what you call
it, we loved one another with everything we had. Then one day life landed a
heartbreaking blow. I was left, young and alone, to find my way while raising
our precious daughter.
I thought I had everything I wanted. I fought to get away from the life I was
raised in. I moved away from the farm and into the big city, busting my ass to
climb the corporate ladder. Then one day everything I have worked for gets
ripped out from under me, landing me right back where I started. I’m left to
begin again, struggling to find my place in life.
FOUR 🎩🎩🎩🎩 hats from Britt!
Sweet is the first thing that comes to mind when I try to think of the best words to describe this book. Letting Him Go is filled with sweetness throughout even the most emotional moments. Kennedy and Hunter have that instant spark the moment their eyes meet. That kind of connection where words aren’t needed to have the world stop when they look into each other’s eyes. The swoon is definitely strong with these two.
Kennedy and Hunter are people with loving hearts. Even when they’ve both gone through or are going through truly awful things neither of them lets it turn them into someone bitter. As life throws curve balls and their new found connection is tested on so many different levels these two end up having to really work for that HEA. While I throughly enjoyed their story I do have to say at times Kennedy’s reluctance made it feel like the story dragged. I truly understand the emotional trauma she’d been through as a widow but it just slowed things down to a snails pace at certain points.
early teens when she would sneak off with her mother’s historical romance
novels. From then on, her passion for reading had blossomed. Her passion for
reading led her into the wonderful indie book community, where she was
fortunate to land herself the role of personal assistant to one of her favorite
farm, however, she’s a proud Ohio native and has raised her three children,
along with her husband, in the same streets that she grew up in. When she isn’t
running after her children, you can find her searching for a new design to get
tattooed or listening to her favorite 90s R&B music while she crafts
stories about flawed characters who find love amongst the chaos of life.