Don't Let Go by Sharla LovelacePublication Date: April 10, 2014
Length: 301 pages
Kindle Edition: $3.99
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Noah Ryan and Jules Doucette spent every moment together, first as best friends and later as young lovers. The two had planned a life together—until one unspeakable decision tore them apart for good.
Twenty-six years later, Jules is still carefully living the life her mother planned out for her. She’s running her mother’s store, living in her mother’s house, following her mother’s rules, and keeping the secrets her mother made her bury.
Then Noah comes home and any sense of an ordered life flies out the window. Noah’s return does more than just stir up old memories—it forces Jules to see her life in a whole new way and uncovers secrets even she didn’t know were buried. Secrets that could easily destroy her world once more.
Overall Rating: 5
Don't Let Go was a very emotionally draining book. It centers on about Julie who is divorced with a 17-year old daughter. She lives in her mother's house and manages her mother's bookstore. Her life was centered mostly on her bookstore and her daughter. It was on this month 26 years before when she had her heartbroken. Now after all this years, the person for the reason of her heartbreak returns.
Have you very felt your heart aching with all the pent up emotion inside and all you can do is cry your heart out to make yourself feel better? That was mostly what I felt while I was reading this book. This was a contemporary romance but the sex scenes weren't a lot(Though that doesn't mean I was looking for it.)and it focuses more on the emotional side.
Noah and Julie's relationship was full of heartaches and they have really strong chemistry. The plot in a way was somewhat predictable but it worked really well in this book. I loved the fact that it doesn't just center around the relationship between Noah and Julie's relationship but it also talks about other characters as well.
I loved the writing style of this author since it makes the book more realistic. The way this book was written was very good and for fans of Jill Shalvis and Rachel Gibson, this books is perfect for you.
Received digital edition from publisher via NetGalley in exchange for an honest review.