- File Size: 1535 KB
- Print Length: 254 pages
- Publication Date: February 18, 2018
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B079WTSJWD
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #33,691 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
Hard to Let Go: A Haven's Cove Novel Kindle Edition
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I bled for Brody. Owen was right to be mad, to be bitter, angry, everything, and I love how the two men steadily worked past their history together, forgave each other and themselves, and moved into the future together. Real life moved along with them, the romance the focal point, but reality encroaching as it always does. Brody was so wounded and vulnerable, the facade ripped way, and Owen was the stronger of the two men, and he rose above his past as a target for bullies. Brody had one hit after another through his life once he escaped his father, and I loved the person he became.
This book was hot, emotional, funny, charming, and intelligent. The ramifications and consequences of bullying weren't sanitized, but humanized, and showed the people beneath the bad choices. So well done. I rarely read contemporary, but I will be rereading this one. Loved it.
Incredibly sorry for his past behavior he tries to explain to Owen that he was wrong, that he was hiding the fact that he too is gay. Hoping that Owen will give him a chance.
Enemies to lovers is one of my favorite tropes. The chemistry between these guys jumps off the pages and made it one of the hottest books I've read. The cast of characters that fills this book truly makes it shine. Excited for the next book in the series.
A childhood bully/bullied, enemies to lovers story, this one had all the buildup I look for. The kissing was scorching hot and honestly the entire relationship developed amazingly well.
While I started out feeling this had similarities to another recent book I have read, this steered quickly into new territory and the story grew quite beautifully. Brody’s childhood and his relationship with his mother was just heartbreaking. But the love and devotion that transpired tapped into the feels something hard. Phew. I was a mess.
"For the first time in Owen’s memory, the long table his grandfather built over 40 years ago, was filled with family-blood and chosen."
Family indeed. This had such a strong sense of family. Of love. Of commitment. And of support. These moments were simply beautiful.
I have heard more is to come from this author and eagerly await more on Jonah. He was quiet force but so compassionate and strong. And Gabe…wow! Look out. I am so in love with this character. His style, his wit and his love for Brody was written perfectly. In addition, the banter with Leslie was just so well done and genuine. Every scene felt real.
I adored the aunts, the mothers and even sweet and confused Nate. Cannot wait to see more from this guy as well.
Overall, I adored every moment of this book and cannot find one thing to complain about. LOL
** Highly Recommended**