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Letting Go: A Contemporary Romantic Thriller Kindle Edition
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It's almost downright frightening when you feel like someone has been able to take a peek at portions of your life and recreate them into a story that grips you from your darkest corners! I immediately put myself in Alex's shoes. I felt the fear, anxiety, and stress that he felt. He has to think about himself, but more importantly, his daughters. He moves out into a rural area and just as things finally turn a corner to normal, he realizes that Molly and her son are now twisted up in the situation. Tears flowed a few times and I enjoyed the relationship that Alex builds with Molly. There's enough romance to keep the flames burning but I was happy that it didn't engulf the main suspense factor of the story. The first few chapters were a bit hard for me to keep reading but once I was able to place everyone, understand their role, and get a grip on the scenery, I couldn't stop flipping through the pages. It's rare that I want to skip to the end - I didn't and please don't as you'll ruin it - but keep reading! You'll find that your pulse quickens and your heart melts page after page!
Molly McDill is struggling to make ends meet and keep her grandmother's house from crumbling down around her. The new neighbor offers her a bit of extra income that will help her pay down her debt. And her son Will can play with the neighbor's twins, Manny and Hannah.
Molly opens an old world, one he hadn't lived in since Maria's death, back up to Alex and the kids. Neighbors fill the void of family left behind. And when the truth comes out, that someone is trying to kill Alex, they rally around him in a way he could never expect. And somewhere along the way he's lost his heart.
I loved the blend of intrigue and romance and tore through the book. The sex at the end seemed gratuitous since the novel didn't need that up until those last chapters. I felt it had enough substance that it didn't need to go there. I was surprised to discover the author is male. I'm not sure I've ever read a romance by a male author and I'm glad I didn't know that going in. It was well written and I'll consider reading the next in the series.
There he gets help from his next door neighbor Molly, who is a single mother of a son. While he adjust to living in the country with her help their past catch up to both. Alex feels guilty about it when Molly gets dragged in his problems.
But then there is Molly's ex-husband.
The characters in this book are great I could totally relate to them, I love the authors way of writing and the story line, there is some romance in it too.Even Though the kids sound almost to perfect it was a very enjoyable book.I had a hard time putting it down.
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This was an interesting book with lots of suspense and intrigue that you want to keep reading to find out...Read more