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Letting Go (The Garage Series Book 1) by [Renee, Holly]
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About the Author

Bookaholic, firm believer in grand gestures, and obsessed with happily ever afters. Holly Renee is from the small town of Maryville, TN where she was born and raised. She currently lives with her husband and fur baby, Luna. (Yes. She was named after Luna Lovegood from Harry Potter.) Holly Renee is the author of her debut novel Letting Go. During the day, Holly spends her time as a nurse, but once her shift ends, she falls deep into her passion of reading and writing.

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  • File Size: 1815 KB
  • Print Length: 168 pages
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: Holly Renee; 1 edition (August 31, 2015)
  • Publication Date: August 31, 2015
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B012Y4I6N2
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  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #511,665 Paid in Kindle Store (See Top 100 Paid in Kindle Store)
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Kat and her brother are everything to each other, they were all each other had...until he got himself in some sort of trouble and decided he wanted Kat to leave their home. He claims it isn't safe for her there and she needs to go to Tennessee and stay with their father's best friend, Gary. She can't change his mind and he won't open up to her about what's really going on with him so she doesn't have a choice but to go ahead and leave. She didn't know then that she was about to meet a group of people who would change the course of her life and have her reconsidering where "home" truly was.

Kat is one of the most unique and likable female characters I've read about. She's confident, loyal, and a caring friend while also being a feisty firecracker that doesn't put up with any crap from anyone. She fits right in at Gary's garage; with her knowledge and ability with cars, her enthusiasm for sports and her participation in the playful trash talking the guys do they quickly accept her into their group of friends.

Blake works for Gary too, and even though we don't get the best first impression of him, he soon shows us that he's capable of being more than just a cocky player looking for a one night hook up. Kat's different than most girls he's been around. She's real, and the more he gets to know her the deeper his feelings get. Kat knows she's falling for him too, but her stay in Tennessee is only temporary because she refuses to leave her brother for good.

When her brother's trouble finally catches up to hurt her, her eyes are opened as to not only the severity of his problems but also just how much her new "family" in Tennessee loves her. She realizes that family doesn't always have to be blood and that letting herself love and be loved by Blake doesn't mean she's turned her back on her brother.
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I am torn between giving this book a four or a five star rating to be honest. I am giving Letting go a 4.5 star rating despite the little things that bothered me. My rating system is non existent and I should fix that. Since this is Holly Renee's debut novel I am more willing to overlook things I think. The writing was quite good and the length is only 168 pages so time flew us by while I was reading the book. I will probably come up with all the problems this book had sooner or later and I will try to write them in this review.

To be honest, I had no idea how this book arrived at my kindle. Then I started thinking really hard how I got it and I think it was given to me to review it from a reviewing team. The important thing is that I am glad I found this book in my kindle. Before I fixed it on GR it seemed like this novel was a completely stand alone, but after a little search on the author's website, I found out that this book is a part of a new series, which I am guessing will feature Gabe, Johnny and Cash in the later books, which I will be reading.

Letting go might not be an amazing novel since it has some flaws, but it was pretty good. The thing that bothered me the most was the zero explanations that were given about the fact that Gabe and Erica were avoiding each other in the end of this book. I was rooting for them and I hope the next book will be about them.

I have forgiven in this book for something that could be a big no no for me and that was the fact that when Blake and Kat meet, Blake is having sex with some woman. Literally. She walks on them. I let that pass because when Blake started the intercourse didn't know Kat and he doesn't sleep with someone else after meeting Kat.
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I won this book in a contest and am giving it an honest review.

Letting Go is a debut book for Holly Renee. Her story line while being a little slim, has a very good premise for a full series. Her heroine is Kat Archer, a well rounded, witty character. She is devoted to her brother Dustin, and when he asks her to move away for her protection from the trouble he's in, she does. Moving to Tennessee from Florida to stay with a family friend. There she soon meets Blake Reagan a cocky self absorbed character with a Lothario complex. They don't exactly click at first in my opinion. But as time goes by they start to blend into a realistic couple. Kat discovers she has more family than she ever realized in her new friends and that you can make the family you need with those who really do love you.

The give and take between Ms. Renee's characters is fun and fast paced. With lots of wit, steamy sex, and family. Her story while lacking a whole lot of back story is really setting the stage for future books. I can see where she is going with this and I am really looking forward to her work in the future. I would give this a full 5 stars but because of the little things I am giving this a 4.75 stars. She is a new author with great potential and I would highly recommend her to anyone who likes to invest themselves into a series. As this shows the promise of something worth while. Holly Renee will definitely be on my watch list for future releases!
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This book was such an easy, laid back read. I think it had the perfect amount of drama, romance, steam, and action. The main character, Kat, is a girl who the reader can relate to. She is spunky, funny, a little insecure. The story starts with a little air of mystery surrounding her having to leave her childhood home at the urging of her brother and moving to Tennessee. When she arrives in Tennessee, she takes on a new job at her uncles body shop and finds new friends there. And then there is Blake! Blake works for her uncle and knows better than to even have thoughts of him and Kat together. That doesn't last long though!! Things heat up very quickly as much as the two of them try to fight it. Can they overcome all of the obstacles in their way though? This book is a wonderful, light, fun read. This is the perfect book for a day at the beach read. Although things do get complicated for Kat and Blake, the book flows nicely so that the reading doesn't become so heavy. I would recommend this book if you like light-hearts, funny, a little action, with a hint of drama mixed in there. I mean what girl can resist a book about a bunch of smoking hot grease monkeys?
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