Don't Let Him Go

Don't Let Him Go

by Kay Harris

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BN ID: 2940158810732
Publisher: The Wild Rose Press
Publication date: 02/14/2018
Series: I Want Morrison , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 232
Sales rank: 380,418
File size: 516 KB

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Don't Let Him Go 4.5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
singneon More than 1 year ago
I enjoyed reading their story. I like that Candace is smart, independent & the author doesn't make her "beneath" his lifestyle. Jack is also great with heart & compassion for the less fortunate. I think he also helps her to relax about her parents. Their love story has its bumps & bruises which builds a stronger bond as they learn more about one another. Their family were great too even with the sibling challenges between the brothers. I was provided a copy by Hidden Gems.
Andrea_C More than 1 year ago
Yes, this is another one of those stories where the main character falls head over heels for the rich leading man and they tumble into a quick and intense romance. But what is different this time, to me, is the growth that the two characters go through as the story progresses. Candace grew up with a couple of hippies always fighting the good fight, but always wanted to live the rich, lavish life. Jack grew up in that rich, lavish life, and preferred to be the one fighting the good fight. It's these opposite ideals in life that actually make them perfectly compatible in every way because they complement each other so well. It turns out they actually want the same things out of life, only use different tactics to get there. And they need each other to pull it off. The fire in their relationship is based on their individual intensities. That intensity fuels the fire more and more, creating a passion for love and each other, but also a passion in their own lives and what they do. Another thing I liked about this story is how that passion contributes to events over time that prevent them from having a perfect storybook romance. They have one huge defining battle and a then a couple more sprinkled along the way. That part gives more of a sense of realism in their relationship. I will admit that I still do have a hard time with these super intense, quick romances. And I'm not sure if I could be so forgiving so quickly for what appears to be a huge betrayal. Nevertheless, this book was an enjoyable way to spend a cold winter's evening. It's very clear that there is to be another book in the series, thanks to a cliffhanger in the epilogue. But fear not, cliffhanger haters. The main story is clearly resolved and this was just meant as a bit of a teaser of what is to come should you decide to continue with the series. You should feel fulfilled. I received a complimentary copy in exchange for my honest review.