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Top Customer Reviews
Paige is someone who moves into the house with Rob, Chrissy and Dex and from the beginning there is an attraction between her and Rob. It was great seeing them have their little playful banter back and forth, but what was even better was the friendship they were building. They both have trust issues stemming from the past and we learn more about what happened to them.
As always, it was great catching up with the rest of the crew and seeing them all be there for Rob and Paige. Throughout the whole story I wanted to give them both hugs. He was dealing with the pain from his past, she was dealing with her own issues while taking care of her younger brother.
This was an amazing story. This is a story about knowing your worth, forgiveness, finding love where you least expect. It had everything!
Michelle did a great job and I will be sad to see this series end. It has been one of my faves. Do yourself a favor and read this. You will love it!
(Rob) "For some reason though, with Paige, I give a s*** what she thinks of me."
ROB...always the Smart A** and manwhore of the group. Lest we never knew the torture he instilled within himself due to very unfortunate circumstances he endured from his past.
ENTER Paige, Dex, Chrissy AND Rob's new room mate...OFF limits to Rob, according to Chrissy. She to is carrying a ton of her own baggage. A BIG part of Paige comes in the form of one LITTLE brother named Matty. Paige is Rob's PERFECT match in EVERY way!!!
Sometimes with these two it's like you are watching a tennis match. Which one will outdo the other first???
"I'm asking you to share a meal, not be my meal." (Rob to Paige) --OR--"It's okay, girl. I'm jealous. I've gone through more batteries these past months that I'm about to look into rechargable.".....Paige's words!
The forces of attraction between this couple is in inevitable.
"He's casual, suave, and everything I hate that I love in a man." (Paige)....(Rob) "They're right, it's over; the battle has been lost."
Watch their story unfold right before your very eyes. Old and new insecurities will surface and become stumbling blocks to their future.
Like I said before I will remain a "Brady Girl" but kudos Michelle....Rob & Paige's story is EPIC!!!
And in his own story, hearing his voice & seeing even more of his heart - I fell hard for our dear Rob. Paige, with her history, is the perfect match for him, the perfect keeper of his heart, and he, hers.
I was fortunate enough to get to read this early, and I love the story so much that I still pre-ordered the published copy from Amazon. So, that's pretty high praise from me anyway! : )
I love a good "bad boy changing his ways for his girl" story, and Let Me Go was an awesome example for that.
Paige is a very likeable heroine, and despite everything, she never gave up on what she had with Rob. He is someone who is not easy to love and to be with, and Paige got her own baggage, yet they managed to solve their issues for the sake of each other and their love.
Another reason I love this series: the readers can meet with the characters from the previous stories, and it was great to see them doing so well, living their happily ever after.
I see a lot of The Invisibles re-reading in my future, it's always good to meet old friends and get lost in their stories :)
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His and Paige's stories were sentimental but still a little lacking.
But still the series is worth it.Read more