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Kat has no idea what's going on with her brother Dustin he's been acting strange since their father died, well before that actually but apart from uncle Gary he's the only family she has left.
The book starts with Dustin literally kicking Kat out of their home, he's arranged for her to stay with their uncle Gary until things calm down. Kat's not happy but she's no idea what's going on or how bad things are with Dustin although the fact that she's driving from Florida to Tennessee and he says...
“I don’t think you should take your car, Kat. Someone could recognize it and follow you.”
Should give her some indication.
Kat arrives at her uncles garage late and sees a light on which is when she comes across Blake Reagan and Blake is just the hottest man she's ever seen in her life, he's also having sex with a beautiful blonde with huge fake boobs and Kat realises she's going to have to be very careful around him.
Her uncle does everything he can to help her settle and she's surrounded by hot guys everywhere she turns (lots of potential for future books) but none of them affect her like Blake.
Kat instantly loves it in Tennessee although it's only temporary until Dustin gets sorted.
Like I said this is a quick light read, a few pages in and it's easy to predict how it's going to go but it's fun getting there. It reminded me a lot of 'Until November' in that Kat and November seem very similar.Read more ›
This story is the first in a while I can say I've managed to read without getting to deep, or over thinking, and just generally enjoyed the flow. Kat Archer is one brilliant young woman, who despite her best efforts sees her brother going off the tracks a little. Leaving to go visit her Uncle in Tennessee (whilst giving her brother the time he needs to get himself straight!) would lead her to so much more than just a break away. But the one and only, Blake.
Excerpt - Blake:
I knew that I was playing with fire, but I had a feeling that it would be a privilege to get burned by her.
With "Uncle Garry" keeping a close eye on Kat, (his surrogate daughter of sorts) and all his employees at the garage (yes that's right ladies, men, covered in grease, and they are all hot! Phew!) Blake has been warned to treat Kat respectfully after kneeling all she has been through, past and present. But the troubles with Kats brother, Dustin would play on her mind...
Dustin and I had always been close. He'd been my best friend for as long as I could remember, but the man who stood across from me now was unrecognisable.
After building getting a home and job compliments of her Uncle Garry age forms a relationship with Blake. But despite everyone's desire for Kat to stay in Tennessee and allow herself happiness...she is always thinking of her brother and never letting herself create long term ties...
I knew losing Blake would kill me, but it would only get worse the longer I held on. Maybe it as time that I let go.
It would Dustin Md his troubles eventually catch up to Kat? Would she ultimately pay the price for his debts?
This book will have you by the edge of your seat!
It’s been a really great few weeks for some wonderful debut novels, I can put Letting go in that category too. I hadn’t realised it was a debut until I had a wee look on the page so I was pleasantly surprised. This is a quick read, a tiny bit shorter than an average novel but it is all good, most of the relevant storyline slots in no problem. I did think that there could have been a bit more back story to Blake. I know his history is entwined with Gabe’s but sometimes you need that little bit more and that seemed to be the case here. Pretty decent writing style and flow to the book, nothing really flew out at me and made me think that this was absolutely brilliant but it was solid enough that I did enjoy the story and read it fairly quickly without interruption.
I quite liked the characters; I favoured Kat over Blake though. I found his constant brooding a bit of a turn off, especially as it seemed that wasn’t his true character. Kat seemed quite happy to just be one of the guys and I really enjoyed her easy friendships with Gabe and Erika. There’s quite a powerful storyline here with her brother but I didn’t feel that it was given the attention that it perhaps should have. I understand the story is about Blake and Kat but her brother was a defining factor in how she came to be away from home. There was a little under development to that angle of the story and it was wrapped up too quickly.
Holly Renee’s debut novel is most definitely worth giving a go. Vibrant characters and easy plot lines with some nice writing, what’s not to like really? I think Gabe and Erika’s story may be a bit more angsty, I’m looking forward to that without a doubt.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Letting Go Review
I liked this debut even though I felt it was a little rushed towards the end and could have been a little bit more. Read more
I received a free copy for an honest review
Kat’s brother has been running with the wrong crowd for a while and after their father’s death he has only fallen further. Read more
I received a ARC from the author in exchange for a honest review.
It is very unusual for me to give a book by a debut author 5*s because i usual feel debut... Read more
Im terrible at reviews and i never know what to say.
Great debut novel and i look forward to more from this author!!!
Read for review on behalf of A Book Lovers Emporium
What a beautifully written debut book! Read more