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Posted September 5, 2013
This books was good in the beging an then towards the end it lost me. Ashley was a ok character in the beging then claose to the end she turned into a reckless sex driven whore. If i wrote the book i would have made her the same through out the book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
Posted July 26, 2013
While I LOVED the first book, The Truth About Faking, The Truth
While I LOVED the first book, The Truth About Faking, The Truth About Letting Go just didn’t blew me away, unfortunately. I feel kind of mixed about this book.Was this review helpful? Yes NoThank you for your feedback. Report this reviewThank you, this review has been flagged.
So Ashley’s dad died and she had a hard time keeping up with life. I mean, who wouldn’t right? So she went all good girl gone bad and depended on the adrenaline rush that she gets from it. Or as I call it, self-destruct. It was pretty cliché of course, but I never have trouble with cliché, in fact I love it. But for this one… I think the pace of it went a little too fast.
For the characters… I think the others are okay except for Colt. Colt and I need a one to one time and talk. Is his character supposed to be hot in the book? If yes, I’m so sorry to say this but Leigh Talbert just didn’t nailed it. I’m all for the hot bad guys in books but Colt is just an outright jerk for me. It just feels like he doesn’t have enough characters.
Despite all my complains, The Truth About Letting Go was still worth the read and enjoyable. It took on the topic of people trying to move on with life after their love one’s death and I guess she kind of made her point there.
Posted March 9, 2013
Posted March 27, 2013
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