Letting go is a fun and fast paced story about realizing that what one might think is good for him or her is not always what one needs. It is a story that features the favorite romance novel topic of opposite attracts and ‘I love to fight with you because I love you’.
After return from her trip to Paris, Isabelle was robbed and forced to return home with her boyfriend’s older brother, Harper. They have this weird love-hate relationship, but after this trip their emotions toward each other became clearer. Overall this is a predictable story, but that did not bother me at all, because there were many other elements of surprise in it. I learned about Isabell’s childhood and Harper’s family dynamic, and how some events in their past shape them. I found Isabell and Harper interesting characters and I like the way they were slowly learning about one another and fall in love in the process. I especially like how ‘playing it safe’ Isabelle learned that for love, you have risk a little.
All in all, Letting Go is an enjoyable read. If you are looking for a story with strong emotions, the right amount of drama, and not too much angst, this is a good choice.
Isabelle is left stranded at the airport, and her only chance of getting home is with her boyfriend’s older brother, Harper. When this good girl and bad boy set off towards home, it turns out that maybe she’s not such a good girl after all. And even bad boys have reasons for their bad behavior.
The road trip is full of shocking revelations and unexpected emotions, bringing the two of them closer than Isabelle ever thought possible. Maybe too close.
14+ due to sexuality and adult situations