Blog Tour + Review: The Art Of Holding On by Beth Ann Burgoon


The Art of Holding by Beth Ann Burgoon is LIVE! #OneClick today!


Life happens, whether you’re ready or not. All you can do is hold on and go along for the ride.


That’s the motto Hadley Jones lives by, and for good reason. Most of the women in her family have repeated the same pattern. Single motherhood. Working two jobs just to scrape by. For Hadley, wanting more is not an option.

Which is why her friendship with Sam Constable was doomed before it even began. He was sweet, popular, and destined for great things outside their small town. But when he risked one kiss, and told her he loved her, Hadley refused to believe they could ever stand a chance. Hurt and angry, Sam moved to his father’s place in Los Angeles, leaving Hadley alone.

Now, a year has passed. Sam is back and more determined than ever to convince Hadley they’re meant to be. But Hadley can’t forget how Sam deserted her. And when Sam learns of the mistake she made while he was gone, she’ll have to decide whether to let him go again, or finally take a stand and fight for the future—and the boy—she wants with all her heart.

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Britt’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:

Oh my angst. The Art of Holding on is a drama filled, heartbreak riddled, sure to make you cry romance. It’s one of those potato chip books. You know the ones where you start and you just keep going and going until your stomach aches but you don’t regret a second of it because it was so delicious? Yup. That’s The Art of Holding On.
I was hooked from the start and had to know what would happen between Sam and Hadley. All poor Hadley had been through, and all the walls she had built around her heart had me needing to see that she finally found some happiness. While I’m always a sucker for a good swoon I found myself more in love with how much Hadley grew and learned to love herself than I was with Sam and Hadley. Don’t get me wrong, these two have quite a romance full of ups and downs and learning together but seeing Hadley find her own self worth was just too beautiful to not outshine everything. While I really did enjoy this one I did find myself wishing for more from the ending. After all the heartbreak and growth these two went through the ending felt more like a rushed HFN than a complete HEA. I’d love to see more with these two in the future and see where they end up.




To celebrate the release of The Art of Holding On, Beth Ann Burgoon is giving away 3 ebook copies on her Facebook page. Head here to enter (Open internationally:

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Beth Ann Burgoon lives in northwestern Pennsylvania where she pens young adult novels that are emotional, sharply written and relatable. She loves coffee, the Pittsburgh Penguins hockey team and ’80s teen movies.




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