- File Size: 862 KB
- Print Length: 205 pages
- Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
- Publisher: Elisabeth Staab (January 23, 2018)
- Publication Date: January 23, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B0784RP526
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #234,237 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Don't Let Go (Evergreen Grove Book 6) Kindle Edition
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Alonzo and Sebastian. Alonzo is young, and wild - and a bit damaged by the past. Sebastian is older by 10 or so years, and a police officer in Evergreen Grove. I love that right off the bat, wild meets the law. These two have skirted around each other, picking and poking, and pretending they didn't care for each other at all. Sort of an enemies to lovers, aside from the fact that neither one hated the other.
What I really loved is that Alonzo and Sebastian are two opposite sides of the same coin, but in the middle where they meet, their metal is the same. They are both deeply caring people, affected by their past. Yet they both show tremendous care for others, time and again. They have these giant hearts, and that is what made me fist bump my kindle when they finally start clicking and realizing there is more there than just an adversary. A little adventure along the way also adds to the excitement of it all.
Staab has a way of pulling me in, every single time. I love this entire series, and I'm not sure I could ever get enough. I'd love to make her write another book that revisits each of the couples and gives some updates.
Why do I want updates? Well, some big things happen in this book. That's all I can really say about that. But other than a couple super quick cameos, the previous characters don't really show their faces all that much. And I want to see their faces more!
Evergreen Grove is an amazing place. The people there all seem magnetically drawn to this town. And I can't blame them. I want to live there too. I can picture each place in it, and I can see the people just as clear as I can see this screen in front of me. Staab does a lovely job bringing two opposite people together in Don't Let Go, and I couldn't be happier.
The premise of Don't Let Go was pretty troupey. Two polar opposites go on a road trip. You get the three Fs. Frustration, Fighting...Forking. Ha! I just made that up. Both guys have been hurt by a past relationship but they've handled it in very different ways. Again, more predictable troupes. What sets this story apart from the rest of the books out there is the character's emotions. They aren't simplified. Like I said above, Staab writes characters with many emotional layers and then does a good job at revealing them to the reader.
You can't have a hot romance without some good sexy time between the couple. Alonso and Sebastian's encounter in a hotel bathroom reveals a lot to the reader as well as the characters. It rocks their physical and emotional worlds.
While some of the action was predictable I still held my breath near the end worrying whether or not Alonso and Sebastian would work things out. And I was pulling so hard for them!
Don't Let Go is written in first person from two POVs. It is a stand-alone with a happy ever after.
4 "t-shirt wearing" Sheep