lost him at eighteen.
your life, but I picked myself up, brushed myself off, and took that first step
knowing it would be the hardest.
in Manhattan, sold my condo and moved to a log cabin in Wyoming.
one-night stand, I never imagined I’d fall for the man.
no longer falling. I’d been given a second chance at a happily ever after.
Ari’s 🎩🎩🎩🎩🎩 hat review:
Two young kids meet in a fort and form an unbreakable bond. They quickly become part of each other’s family and who they are. They as they grow together they grow around each other. And then they’re torn apart.
Letting Go was such an emotionally gripping story. From love and loss to new beginnings and ghosts of the past, this story took my emotions and ran with them. The book is a land mine of feels with every turn of the pages triggering an explosion on emotions. There’s love, loss, passion, pain, and so much more. The story twists in so many unexpected ways, but always leading to exactly to where the story needs to be. Vague much? Absolutely! This book need to be experienced blind. Don’t miss this one! 5 stars.
after, but she likes to make her readers work for it. When she’s not writing,
she can usually be found in the garden or hanging on the deck with her family
and friends. She lives in Bucks County, Pennsylvania with her husband and two
kids and their four fur babies.