- File Size: 3679 KB
- Print Length: 384 pages
- Publisher: J.M. Witt Books; 1 edition (December 15, 2013)
- Publication Date: December 15, 2013
- Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
- Language: English
- ASIN: B00H3T3E7M
- Text-to-Speech: Enabled
- Word Wise: Enabled
- Lending: Enabled
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #26,702 Free in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Free in Kindle Store)
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Letting Go: Anchored Hearts Vol. 1 Kindle Edition
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James and Cassidy meet by chance at a club he owns. She is dating an acquaintance of James, so he is not able to "move" on her and pursue the pull he feels for her. The story that evolves is one of chemistry, love, secrets, deception, and most of all, the erotic seduction of two recalcitrant souls that belong together.
The descriptions of the characters and their traits, the scenes they are involved in, and the plot line are quite good. These are characters that you will come to love and hate depending on who they are.
As a whole, I enjoyed this story and would not hesitate to issue a recommendation. My only concern and the reason I have given this book a 3 Star review, is because of editing. The author uses a dual POV approach to storytelling. No problem with that as long as each POV is kept uniquely separated in the narration so the reader will recognize the shift. This is not the only POV used though. A third POV of a narrator doves in and out and makes the pace of this book cumbersome. All in all, this is a good book. I hope the author works on her writing style and polishes these issues in her next book.
The storyline is interesting. I for one, will be looking forward to reading her next installment in this series to experience her progression as her writing matures.
I absolutely love that JM Witt kept me guessing. Even though a lot happened in the first two chapters, there is enough excitement to last through the entire book. I loved that each chapter brought something new with it!
There isn’t a cliffhanger but there is definitely some questions left unanswered! I can’t wait see where the next book takes Cass and James!
In Letting Go by J.M. Witt we are introduced to Cassidy and James. Having only seen each other from afar, they are suddenly connected to one another through a tragic event and a lucky 2nd chance.
Cassidy Charles is a really fun character. While she has dealt with devastating and tragic events in her life she has been able to flourish and move on in her life. I have noticed a pattern lately in female characters who are very whiny and so back and forth with their emotions and thoughts. Cassidy isn’t this character! She is very witty, outspoken and has great taste in music! I loved the playlist for this book, and am actually listening to it while doing my review. I have said in previous reviews that I love a playlist for books. It connects the reader with the characters and the story and places you within certain scenes, most of the time very memorable scenes. The other thing I REALLY appreciated about Cassidy is she didn’t fight with James if he bought her something, I know it seems silly but I get so sick of characters going on and on when the male lead purchases a gift. She never fought against him and stomped her foot in independence only to succumb to what he was offering. Instead she said “thank you” and the scene moved on.
James Benedict III, is a well-known playboy. The press hounds him and women are all over him. However, Cassidy doesn’t make this connection until later in the story. James is also an awesome character. While BDSM is in this book and he is controlling and powerful in the bedroom, that’s where it stays. Outside of the bedroom he doesn’t try to dominate Cassidy, he isn’t overbearing or over protective. James and Cassidy’s dynamic, aside from some drama, is actually pretty normal. There is give and take and there is communication and understanding. There isn’t constant running away. Instead they both have the ability to understand that all is not what it seems until they get the true story. While moments in the book got heated with arguments or the unanswered questions, I was confident while reading that I wouldn’t be disappointed in the outcome or the answer that was provided.
The story was written in dual POV, going between Cassidy and James which helped dispel any angst or reader questions. Sometimes the POV would change between paragraphs going from Cassidy’s narration to James’s narration and then right back to Cassidy instead of having a noticeable break and at times it took me a second to realize what was going on. There were also a few times when it went from 1st person narration, Cassidy or James, to a 3rd person narration like the reader was looking in on them. While it didn’t happen often it did threw me off for a second. It didn’t necessarily ruin the story, I just found it odd. I loved this book, I enjoyed the dynamic between all of the characters, especially James and Cassidy, obviously! I cannot wait for more of them.