- Paperback: 432 pages
- Publisher: Forever (August 11, 2015)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1455531537
- ISBN-13: 978-1455531530
- Product Dimensions: 5.2 x 1.1 x 8 inches
- Shipping Weight: 12.6 ounces (View shipping rates and policies)
- Average Customer Review: 4.1 out of 5 stars See all reviews (85 customer reviews)
- Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #489,732 in Books (See Top 100 in Books)
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J. A. Redmerski, New York Times, USA Today, and Wall Street Journal bestselling author, lives in North Little Rock, Arkansas with her three children, two cats and a Maltese. She is a lover of television and books that push boundaries.
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Overall Rating : 5 Stars
The Moment of Letting Go is indeed a great book !! Also them again anything by Jessica Redmerski is worth reading !! We first meet Sienna getting prepared for an event as an event coordinator in Hawaii . Have reasonable and rational fears the story focuses in facing your fears and letting go of small troubles in life . Luke Everett being her tour guide , lover , and friend . I love that this story isn't stretched out and flows really well . Also the characters are developed and we watch Sienna grow and become a whole new woman with the help of her new beau .. It's difficult to write a review on any of her books without giving away to much of the storyline but there is so much joy to this story . I laughed, and cried and felt so many emotions for Sienna and Luke .
If you read The Edge of Never and Song of the Fireflies you'd know about Jessica's writing style and take on romance . None of her characters and stories are fall in love instantly characters , stories I always enjoy personally !! Staying true to reality and character development area a few factors that make her books really enjoyable . If you haven't read any of her books I highly recommend The Moment of Letting Go . you definitely will not be disappointed !!
I'd still recommend reading it because a) it's J.A. Redmerski and b) the characters are amazing and I loved the romance.
This story felt like a leisurely stroll rather than a fast paced ride. It's very much a slow building story of two people just figuring it all out. Told in alternating first person points of view, the facets of these personalities, the secrets of their pasts are revealed slowly to the reader and even more slowly to each other. This book is one you can just curl up and get lost in. It's a comfort read very reminiscent of The Edge of Never, one of my favorite books by this author. I enjoyed the pace of the story but, I'll admit, I grew a little restless for things to pick up the pace during the first half. However, around the 65% point, the story took a very emotional turn and I couldn't read fast enough. I was gripped from that point on, by the emotionally taxing, heartbreaking evolution of the story. This story is romantic fiction in the truest sense. While I typically prefer authenticity and believability, even in romance, for the sake of a sweet love story, I could overlook some of the (very minimal) cheesy dialogue toward the end, and the marginally unrealistic moments (the letter...how could she not read that letter?) But with that said, I thoroughly enjoyed this book. It's different, it's heartwarming, it's a wake up call to focus on what's most important, to live and to love fully and unconditionally.
I was so excited to see that JA Redmerski (Jessica) was bringing out this book; it felt like she was going back to the days of The Edge of Never/Always era. Those were books that I loved and made me a firm fan of this author. I subsequently ate up her In The Company of Killers series and I was pretty confident that everything this author would write would be fantastic. Unfortunately for me, this was a bit of a let-down. You can’t miss the flair in her writing but the book lacked something exciting.
Readers should be falling in love with these characters but somehow they lack what Jessica’s characters have had previously had in other books. I just can’t put my finger on it. I wasn’t overly swayed with Sienna, whilst I understood her fears completely; I felt they were over dramatized more often than not. Luke had a certain way about him, he was quite a profound character but for being this extreme sportsman I found him a tad boring in general. I got the deep connection that Luke and Sienna had, it was written really well, and you could feel the push and pull of the characters. I think that maybe Jessica started this with the wrong character. Keandra seemed to have the better storyline, from the little bits of information you get about her I think hers would have been more gripping and a more emotional read. I’d like to see that, but I’m not sure exactly what JA Redmerski has in mind.
There’s definitely a poignant message behind this book, it jumps out at you loud and clear. That moment of letting go is just as relevant to Luke as it is to Sienna in many different ways. There was a depth to the book in that sense. There are a few life lessons to be learned in this book, but I found that I wasn’t really thinking about the book much longer after I had finished reading it. It had little impact on me in the long run, it really should have. Normally I would find a ton of quote worthy sentences among the story but even that wasn’t as prevalent. So *sigh* I’m a little disappointed to say the least.