Book Review: Don't Let Go

DON'T LET GO by Michelle Lynn: Sadie Miller is attempting to change her ways and hide somewhere no one knows her former self. She only wants to finish her final year of college, obtain her degree, and get out from the hold of her affluent parents. Then she meets Brady Carsen, the lead singer of The Invisibles, a local band popular with the college crowd. She tries to stay away but quickly realizes that, although he might not be what she’s used to, he’s exactly what she needs and more importantly, everything she could possibly want.

Unfortunately, Sadie’s troubled past left her with insecurities that make her question Brady’s true intentions. And while Brady is convinced that Sadie is the one for him, he has his own secrets that he fears will be their undoing. If they want to be together, they will have to stand united and fight the outside influences that are threatening to tear them apart. Can they put their pasts behind them for good in order to secure their future?

TeriLyn's thoughts: I fell in love with Brady and Sadie. Don't Let Go is fantastic, one of my favorites of the year by far! This story is my favorite type of romance. The hero and heroine are both trying to change from their turbulent pasts, they find each other and work through it together. Sadie is a great heroine. She's strong and confident without even knowing it. She is dealing with her past and starting fresh; finding Brady wasn't planned but he was a welcomed distraction. Sadie finds herself living a better a life with better values but still remaining true to herself. Her love for Brady is palpable almost from the beginning of their courtship. Sadie knows they make each other better and is confident in that. Brady is awesome; sweet, kind, romantic. He saw Sadie for the first time and was done for which makes me love him even more. I loved that what we thought was the first time he saw her wasn't actually the case because the first time he saw her is beautiful. Brady is confident in them too and never hides his feelings for her or his convictions about their relationship. Their physical relationship progresses slower but it seems so natural for them. And while they both are hiding something from the other they're not hiding their feelings for each other. They are always open and honest which causes them to grow together and have faith in their relationship. That faith is strong when it comes to each other; it's their faith in themselves that is constantly tested. My favorite part is the speech Brady gives Sadie in her room when her roommate, Mom, and Grandma are present. The secondary cast of characters is great too. Jessa was a spunky addition to Sadie's life. Brady's roommates are great for comic relief as well as Grandma Ida.

Don't Let Go is a heartwarming, special story. I couldn't put it down and read it from beginning to end in one evening. I'm so happy I read it and look forward to Grant's story next.

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