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Don't Let Go (The Invisibles) Kindle Edition
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Okay...I don't like doing this, and maybe part of this is my fault, so I am taking partial responsibility. Honestly...I just came off a bunch of really back to back awesome books, this was bound to happen...but the last one was an extreme mind-f^@% and I'm wondering if that isn't part of the cause for why this book didn't work for me. Mentally, I just don't think I was connecting with the book.
I like the premise...I really liked the opening scene (it's what pulled me in and made me be like hey...maybe I need to read this one)...I really liked Brady...and I really wanted to like Sadie...but it just wasn't there. I felt like I was getting all of the facts but none of the emotions. Like I was being told what was happen but nothing was tying me to the events or making me really even care enough. The way she described Brady was awesome, but I never felt Sadie's desire or feelings towards him. I don't know how to explain it...the whole time I was reading I couldn't figure out what the big deal was, I knew she obviously had a secret and she needed to guard herself, but I still need to be able to clue into her and connect to her somehow. And I didn't.
There were also a few 'duh' moments for me, like a little redundancy and kind of wondering why we were being told the obvious...then a few minor things just didn't add up at all and the point that finally broke me was when her roommate walked in and decides now is the time to bare all her secrets. It just didn't seem realistic, it was too forced. Also, the writing was very staccato and fell flat for me, probably because of the lack of emotions I was already feeling.
I take full responsibility for why I didn't like this book...I do want to give it another shot maybe when I'm out of the crazy head-space that I am in and when I can try and connect with the characters again...I really hope it was just me.
While Sadie shares all her past indiscretions and secrets with Brady, he is less forthcoming. He is afraid she will leave him if he shares the drama in his own life and his lack of trust becomes a stumbling block for their relationship, especially because Kara, a family friend seems to know so much more than she does and is included when she is not. Kara, who is in love with Brady despite his rebuffs, threatens Sadie verbally and keeps showing up in Brady's life. Grant, Brady's childhood best friend, likes Sadie at first, but then meets her roommate Jessa who is dating Rob from the Invisibles and wants her. His story is next due out in October 2013.
Things I liked: Brady's desire to make Sadie realize she was the only girl for him. When other girls looked at him lustfully or when Kara would not let go of her delusions of being with him, he ignored the lustful glares and stared only at Sadie, and he TOLD Kara that Sadie was his girlfriend and tried to get her to stop her stalking behavior. He never gave Sadie reason to not trust in his love for her. I love that he didn't tease her and try to make her jealous or lead anyone else on.
Some issues: Brady doesn't ever use a condom?! Sadie admits to sleeping with half a town and if she is used to no condoms, she is a walking STD. They never even discuss it or her being on the pill. The sex scenes, while frequent were unsatisfying. It was descriptive up until the orgasm, then just flat. Left one feeling really dissatisfied.
Would I/Did I buy it? Yes (.99)
Would I read it again? Maybe
Would I recommend it to friends? Yes
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