Can't Let You Go

Can't Let You Go

by Jenny B. Jones

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Overview

Can't Let You Go by Jenny B. Jones

An old love whose kisses make her weak, but whose secrets threaten to destroy all she holds dear...

Fresh out of college, Katie Parker had it all-a charming romance, a role in a famous stage production, and an idyllic life in London. Until she found her boyfriend cheating and got herself fired from the play. Leaving everything behind, Katie hops a plane home, only to run into her first love, Charlie Benson. As the couple returns to In Between, Katie questions everything she ever thought she wanted-including a renewed romance with her high school flame.

While she attempts to rebuild her life, Katie's plan to manage the family's theater meets a devastating obstacle, dragging her into a legal battle that will rock her small town. And the boy who once broke her heart seems to have the power to do it again. As Charlie's secrets unravel, Katie must make a choice. Can she overcome her past and trust Charlie with her heart again?

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780692297780
Publisher: Sweet Pea Productions
Publication date: 09/15/2014
Pages: 262
Sales rank: 557,018
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.59(d)

About the Author

Four-time Carol award-winning author Jenny B. Jones writes romance with equal parts wit, sass, and Southern charm. Since she has very little free time, she believes in spending her spare hours in meaningful, intellectual pursuits, such as watching bad TV, Tweeting deep thoughts to the world, and writing her name in the dust on her furniture. She is the author of romantic comedies for women such as RITA finalist Save the Date, as well as books for teens, like her A Charmed Life series. You can find her at www.JennyBJones.com or standing in the Ben and Jerry's cooler.

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Can't Let You Go 4.8 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 18 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
First make sure you read the other books of the series. They are great too but you will be lost if you start with this one. This series makes you think. It wasnt just for fun or a distraction. I love these characters to me they are real. This may not be a real situation but it couldve been. The life lessons were real. Read this book because its amazing! I know I couldnt find this book on my nook store. I had to go to her homepage. If you have read this book leave a review. It could affect the one person this book was written for!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Just when I thought Jenny B. Jones couldn't possibly have any additional witty quips, she quickly dissolves my disbelief & provides another example of why I can't get enough of her completely off-beat humor & sensational storytelling. Ms. Jones dares to reveal what a girl's really thinking with no shame in her gut-wrenching honesty. This is a fully satisfying conclusion to a series written to inspire deeper faith in God & confirm the belief no one has gone too far that grace cannot reach him.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Loved this book. Loved the story. Loved the characters. I highly recommend!!!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
As a former foster child, with similar baggage, I can assure you that the character of Katie Parker Scott was genuine, her experiences and feelimgs believable. Readers grow to love the wonderfully wacky grandmother, her lovely foster family, the Scotts, and her dear group of friends. I would've liked to have seen another book between three and four! I. loved Tate and would love to read more about him in that missing book between three and four.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love Jenny B Jones! Her writing makes you feel like you are in the lives of the characters. This last book is by far my favorite in this series. I also love "there you'll find me" - check this one out!
Nancy233 More than 1 year ago
This 4th book in the Katie Parker series wraps up Katie's story beyond the wrap up in The Big Picture. Can't Let You Go picks up Katie's life several years later when Katie returns home to heal a broken heart and reassess her life. This goal is complicated as Katie is thrown into a legal tussle involving her high school boyfriend, Charlie. Katie is still the vivacious person she was in the first three books, and her love for home and hometown shines here again. The story has a twist at the end, and like any good romance the guy gets the girl.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book was full. At first I was surprised at the time jump. Then I was grateful. I got to see a realistic young romance become a realistic adult romance. Not many authors can make that transition well. I'm a fan!
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
So good
Jessica_Epps More than 1 year ago
LOVED this book!  The Katie Parker series was one of my favorite series of all time, so I was THRILLED when Jenny B. Jones wrote Can't Let You Go and continued Katie's story!!  And this addition to the series did not disappoint!  This author always has a way of keeping me laughing throughout an entire book!  Her witty one-liners were so funny!  I thoroughly enjoyed this book and can't wait for the next Jenny B. Jones book to come out!  
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I love this set of books! The characters are going through some very serious topics, drug abuse, being in the foster care system, being treated for cancer etc., but there is plenty of quirky humor to keep the book from ever feeling dark! I read all 4 books in the set!
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samieOH More than 1 year ago
This is a very good story. I keeps bring back to finish the book. Really liked it!
davisbarker More than 1 year ago
I loved this series. I NEVER do this but I bought the first one on sale & loved it so much...I bought the other two in the series as well. I shared them with my mom & she kept bugging me for the next in the series. They were an easy read & I don't know the last time that I laughed out loud so many times while reading. The grandmothers character was just so quirky. Not my usual type of book as I love murder mysteries, but couldn't I get enough. I was sad when the series ended.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This story was amazing. You know the author is good when you feel the emotions of the characters. I love the sarcastic witticism of the main character Katie and the foster grandmother Maxine! I have thoroughly enjoyed all the books in this series! I will definitely being reading more by this author.
TCramer More than 1 year ago
Wow. Just wow. I knew this book would be wonderful but it far exceeded my already high expectations. Let me start by saying this is the 4th book in the Katie Parker Production Series. I read books 1 through 3 from July 27th through July 31st. They were that good. I couldn’t get my hands on Can’t Let You Go fast enough. I was forced to exercise my patience and wait for the 4th book to release. In the meantime, I read 45 other books but I will tell you, my heart did not forget Katie, Charlie, Frances, Maxine, Sam, Millie, James, or In Between, TX. I was so happy to finally fully absorb back into Katie Parker’s life in this 4th book. I missed these characters so much it was like a wonderful homecoming. I greatly loved this book and the entire series. So much so that I’m ready to start the series over again.  Jenny B. Jones is one of the wittiest, if not the wittiest author I’ve ever read. I love her sense of humor and this entire series had me laughing hysterically. I can’t lie, there are some tearful moments in every book too. The star ratings do not go high enough. Can’t Let You Go and the entire Katie Parker Production Series far exceeds 5 stars. 
25jump More than 1 year ago
Loved the book.  Katie's mother gets out of prison, has she cleaned up her act?  Then there is Maxine, I love her, she is sass ans brass.  A whole list of characters.  Read the book you will love it.  Katie's story is so true to life.  I laughed, cried and wanted to tell a couple of people what I thought of them.  
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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This is book four if the Katie Parker Scott series, it cost $3.99 and andhas 220 pages. The editing is the same as the other three books. Some of the sentences are very convoluted with too many, too few or are all jumbled up. It is almost as if there is a missing book between book three and four, some incidents are refered to, which the reader is unaware of. Readers completely missed Katie's Junior and Senior years of high school, she was sixteen in the book three and suddenly it is ten years later. I think the author should have reread book three before she wrote four. This book says Katie went to prom with a cast on her leg. But spent the night on a blanket, under the stars with Charles, because she was so uncomfortable, in pain and unable to dance. This never happened , I reread book three to be sure. The closest incident was Katie was grounded from a Spring Fling dance, so she and Charles danced on the Scott's deck. She did not have her air cast on, for a sprained ankle, because she had discarded it out the car window, when she returned to the Scott' s after leaving her birth mother's trailer. There was no mention of graduation, prom, college, breaking up with Her boyfriend, her bio mom's demise or a lot of other events which supossedly were important. I felt like I missed out on a lot. I love this series of YA, Christian books. This had too big a time lapse and the afore mentioned problems. There was not a smooth flow, it seemed disjointed and improbable. Quite frankly it was very similair to book three. Then it was the mayor using emminent domain for the drive in, here it was a city block and the theatre. Chelseas' father and Charles' father get into the same kind of trouble with the same results. Almost like saying only the names and places have been changed.......still, it was a very good read, I enjoyed it and it was nice not to have, blood, guts and gore cover the pages, there was no sex, very little Christianity and preaching and this book was almost like an adult love story. For ages 14 and up, but I would have prefered reading about Katie's last two years of high school, what happenened to her friends and then jumped into the future. AD