Tuesday, December 26, 2017

Book Review: 'Don’t Let Go' by Nona Raines


I really wish that Don’t Let Go was longer, I would of loved to keep reading about Annalee’s life.
Annalee has put on a brave face after her messy divorce, so much so that even she thinks she is fine. When her best friends younger brother Eric comes back in to town, Annalee starts to think of ways that can help her move on – for real this time.
This was a good second chance love story. It’s all about right timing and finally being ready to put a little faith into the opposite sex – not all guys can be as bad as her slime-ball of an ex-husband…right?
Annalee and Eric’s story was really sweet. What she did for him at his senior prom when he was a geeking high school kid with a shutter really seemed like something right out of a fairytale.
The author’s writing style is brilliant, I absolutely loved the characters and their back stories. Ms Raines fit so much in to this book and I couldn’t put it down once it hooked me.
Don’t Let Go is a fun and quick read that I enjoyed immensely. This fabulous novella is a cute read with a great romance that I just couldn’t get enough of.

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