Brady Conners is hardly the settling type, but when tragedy strikes in his family, he has no choice but to return home to Hope, Oklahoma. Setting up shop to work on custom motorcycles and pass the time, Brady has no intention of letting anyone get close—until he meets Megan.
Pastry shop owner Megan Lee is drawn to quiet, brooding Brady. Their connection is undeniable, and it quickly develops from physical attraction into something much stronger. But with Brady putting up barriers, Megan is afraid to truly open her heart—unless she can convince him to let go of the past
I felt Don't Let Go was a good couch read for a slow quiet day. The story wasn't overly emotional or high on excitement which was nice for when you want a slow steady read. I enjoyed both our h/h and I enjoyed getting to know them during their journey together. I really liked getting to know Brady because he was someone I could relate to in an honest way that I appreciated the author exploring. Don't Let Go is sweet, its sad but its also a great way to pass the time. A good read.
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Received a print copy in exchange for an honest review from Berkley Publishing
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