- Format: Kindle Edition
- File Size: 2646 KB
- Print Length: 215 pages
- Publisher: B.A. Wolfe (26 Sept. 2015)
- Sold by: Amazon Media EU S.à r.l.
- Language: English
- ASIN: B015VGTZ9Y
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Average Customer Review: 1 customer review
- Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #457,876 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Letting Go (The Keaton Series) Kindle Edition
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Top Customer Reviews
This is a companion novella to ‘Away’ and is told from Jase’s POV.
You should definitely read ‘Away’ first.
Letting go doesn’t just tell the same story as Away, this story goes deeper and shows us what went on before during and after.
This cowboy decides to take life one step at a time and realizes that sometimes bad things happen to good people and there is nothing you can do to help it. Everyone has a choice and Jase's is to life to the full and embraces the darkness to find his light.
This story is an emotional one and it’s raw and real. Make sure to have your tissues at the ready as you will need them, I was an emotional wreck whilst reading this book and for a long time after.
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Live everyday to the fullest because you never know when it will be your last....these words have never been more true. Jason's story shows you this and it was heartbreakingly beautiful to see. He's a strong, gentle, kind and brave man and touched so many lives, from the fake characters in this story to the real people, like me, reading about it.
There are so many books about a woman whose significant other had died tragically, as a back storh, and the book begins when she's not looking for new love and but ends up falling for someone she shouldn't whether it's a brother or a best friend and rarely do you ever get to see her life with her first Love. That's why this whole series is really special because you get to see the first love romance and know how hard it is for her to move on.
I highly recommend this whole series, accompanied by loads of tissues! I loveeeee it and cant say enough good things. 5+++ stars
Jason, I fell in love with him when I read Away and Letting Go just let me fall more. He is strong supportive and in the face of a crisis he's always the one to hold everyone together. I learned more about his ex, even when she was supposed to be sweet I thought she was a selfish brat. I loved learning how he really felt when he met Cassie and his emotions as he struggles with telling her the truth about his past and present. Also, his selflessness as he learns to love again and let go.
What made this book so good as Jason's POV was that there is an actual story here. I have read many other 2nd characters' POV that was just a rewrite of the 1st story with nothing new and nothing interesting added; just a copy of the original with a name change. I hate that and hesitate to buy 2nd characters' POV books because I almost always feel like I got ripped off and worst of all, that I wasted my time!
I thank Ms. Wolf for doing a fantastic job of writing Jason's story. It is very obvious that you poured your heart and soul into this book. Jason's thoughts and feelings were sweet and caring and loving - he is the kind of guy that most women are looking for in their life.
I highly recommend reading this book if you read the first book, "Always". It is a fantastic follow up. I am ready to read the next book in this series. Happy Reading!
I loved being taken back to meet a younger Jason and seeing the joyful, spirited kid he was before his world got flipped upside down. The pain and the fear he was living with was palpable. I admired his bravery in the face of the unknown. It was his bond with his brother, Dan, that helped get him through this trying time. What I liked most about the moments with them together was seeing just how much they were each others strength. I loved that Dan gave Jason an outlet for his emotions and that it played such a big part in his life going forward. Especially after Jason makes his demand of Dan.
Flash forward a few years and Jason is doing his thing when Cassie quite literally comes crashing into his life. He thought his world had been rocked before but it is nothing compared to the whirlwind Cassie brought to town. I loved seeing her through Jason's eyes. He looked at her with such reverence and awe that it was no wonder he held out from telling her his truth for as long as he did. I got his reasoning for it but it still doesn't mean I agreed with him 100%. But the turmoil he was struggling with was almost as bad as his situation overall.
Now I knew how it was all going to play out, I thought I could handle it....turns out I was so wrong. The way BA Wolfe wrote Jase's fate was almost poetic. The imagery was so vivid, I was there, reliving the moments with him and Cassie. I felt the sorrow but most of all I felt the overwhelming, all consuming love. My heart was breaking all over the place but I still had a smile on my face, I must've looked crazy, but I wouldn't have wanted it any other way.
"When life rains, it usually pours, but it's up to you to push the clouds away and bring back the sun." - Jase
"Her lips would save me. I knew they would, because she was already bringing me back from death I didn't know is been in." - Jase
"True love is when another person's happiness is greater than your own."
I could list about a hundred beautiful quotes - Jase is a man who is just a sweet, kind and gentle soul. He knows what it's like to suffer through the harsh reality of heartbreak for many reasons and he chooses to look beyond the ugly, the darkness. He chooses to live a life in the moment and recognize what he's been given.
As I finished reading Letting Go with those ugly tears streaming down my face faster than I could catch and yes - the nasty snot filled crying had commenced - I immediately picked up Away and Stay. I couldn't wait to re-read everything from the beginning. Because Letting Go wasn't just a recap of Stay. It was a new outlook and perspective.
If you are looking for a book that will break your heart and put it back together, make you believe in true love, in beautiful souls, pick up Letting Go and if you haven't had the pleasure of reading Stay and Away by BA Wolfe, one click now. You won't regret it. Letting Go is so much more than an ugly cry - it's heartbreaking, emotional, yeah - but it also made me think and remember the power of enjoying every moment we have been given. I couldn't put it down.