Can't Let Go (The Invisibles)

Can't Let Go (The Invisibles)

by Michelle Lynn

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Can't Let Go (The Invisibles) by Michelle Lynn

Dex is many things, a college senior, the bassist for The Invisibles, a son, a friend, everything but a boyfriend. Everybody knows him as the shallow guy who's up for a good time anytime. People rarely take the time to see the loyal guy lying just beneath the happy-go-lucky façade.
There are parts of Dex's life he keeps hidden. Ones he believes no one would understand. Since he gave up on the idea of a dream girl long ago, he thinks he's finally found the perfect balance of connection without commitment with Sam.
Chrissy used to know everything about Dex. When he left four years ago for college, she was left behind. With nowhere else to turn, Chrissy calls the one person she's always counted on, Dex. One glance at the sad eyes he's tried to forget and Dex knows it's out of his control.
With Chrissy's return, lines begin to cross from friendship to something more, but will Dex's secret force them apart forever?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781502380036
Publisher: CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date: 09/14/2014
Pages: 262
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.55(d)

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Can't Let Go (The Invisibles) 4.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 7 reviews.
csingh More than 1 year ago
Can't Let Go is actually the fourth book in The Invisibles series.  I didn't know that.  Luckily for me, each book can be read as a standalone and I wasn't lost as I could have been.  All I knew was the blurb sounded interesting and I wanted to know why Chrissy and Dex had lost touch for four years. When I finally started reading it literally only took the first chapter told from Dex's point of view to hook me.  I loved that the book was told from both his and Chrissy's point of view and that it started from the first time they met and went from there. I did get a little frustrated with both of them.  I understood how important their relationship was to one another, but it felt like they were fighting a futile battle when they would be better together than apart.  I also didn't really like how Chrissy degraded herself and wasn't willing to ask for help.  I mean I got she had an independent streak, which was great, but she found herself in some situations which were not so easy to get out of on her own.  And don't get me started on Dex. Boy was he confused!  He didn't know what he wanted but he ended up hurting both himself and Chrissy for a little bit. I was surprised by how much I enjoyed this story even after my frustrations with Dex and Chrissy.  It really felt a lot like this was a regular contemporary new adult rather than about a guy in a band.  It was also interesting and I never knew what was going to happen next.  I am also going to add the previous books in this series to my reading list.  The couples do show up a little bit, but I'd like to know how they got together.  I'm really impressed with Michelle Lynn and look forward to reading more of her books.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I have thoroughly enjoyed each and every story in this series. Ms. Lynn has put together four well developed stories and maintained the overall group storyline beautifully.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this series
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MeganRC More than 1 year ago
I have been privileged to be a part of promoting and reviewing this whole series up to this point and have loved every minute of it. This is a fantastic series and Can’t Let Go is no exception to that. I actually devoured this book in a few hours which is pretty typical for me and this series. I’ve loved all the guys and the girls that win their hearts. Dex and Chrissy have a long history of friendship and hoping for more. They grew up together, bonded by their gambling fathers. Dex has always been protective of Chrissy but never crossing that invisible line. Chrissy has had a rough life thanks to her useless and practically non-existent father. When they meet back up at the age of 22, Dex swoops in to help her out once again. I really loved these two people. They both care deeply for each other but Dex fights it, afraid he’s not worthy of her. However, he really is a sweet and caring guy and I liked him a lot. They both made mistakes but learned from them and were better for it. The story line was engaging and easily held my attention. It flowed well and transitioned between dual POVs very well. Not only were the main characters awesome, but there’s also plenty of the other characters from the previous books to get to see what’s happened in their lives. I also liked how there were glimpses of Rob (which will be the next book’s main character). I wasn’t a fan of his earlier in the series but he’s definitely growing on me so I can’t wait to read his book next. Fantastic book! 5 out of 5 stars!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I loved Dex and Chrissy. This is such a beautiful love story! I highly recommend any of Michelle Lynn's novels.