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5.0 out of 5 starsMy Favorite!!
Reviewed in the United States on May 13, 2017
This was my favorite book in the Hope series so far!! Brady is in my new top 5 book boyfriends!! He was all angsty and broody, which usually annoys me but with him I loved it. Mainly because he wasn't a dick, just wounded! And I loved Megan in the other books but I just really liked her. I never felt like screaming at her which I tend to do with some heroines! She was funny, sweet and sassy! And I loved Roxie!! I just picture a Yorkie with a a stuffed chicken in her mouth wearing biker goggles!!
5.0 out of 5 starsLove this book and the whole series!!
Reviewed in the United States on July 29, 2016
I just love the Hope books!!! Megan and Brady's story was just as great as the earlier books in the series. Jaci Burton is such a great writer! She develops her characters so well. I really felt the chemistry between Megan and Brady. They were a great couple! Also like the fact that she includes couples from the earlier books and not just in passing. There are a lot of fun things going on with the previous couples. I can't recommend this book enough as well as all the other books in the series. If you love really good romances, you will love all the books in this series!! Please Jaci, keep writing more stories in this series - all your faithful readers will thank you!!!!! Deacon and Loretta would make a great story!!!
I am awful at writing reviews but wanted to make sure that I left one on this great book. This is the 6th book in the Hope Series and if you haven't read the other 5 then you your missing out on other fantastic books. "Don't Let Go" plays out how adults in a small town deal with the curve balls live has thrown them and have a pretty great relationship with each other. I can not recommend this book or this series highly enough. Oh who the heck am I kidding I recommend everything written by Jaci!
I was disappointed by this 6th book in the series. I felt it spent to much time on characters from previous books and not enough time building the story of the H&h. Brady and Megan's story seemed rushed and predictable, and I wondered often if Jaci even wrote it. This one just didn't do it for me.
First let me say that the cover for this book was totally awesome! I don't know who the model was but he rocked the sexy biker vibe. I've been looking forward to this latest Hope book just based on the cover but I have to say I was rather disappointed. What was with it about the dog? I like dogs, have one myself but there was way too much content with talking about the dog. Every page there was something mentioned about the dog, how cute the dog was, the dog's toy, the dog's water bowl, etc. Then there was all the filler pages with past characters, babies, and more babies on the way. I started swiping through the pages on my Kindle. More importantly, I just didn't feel the connection between the H/H. Maybe there should have been more interaction instead of reading what was going on in their head, talking about the dog, all the activities with other characters? I like reading about small town ordinary people but this one just fell a little flat for me.
I honestly couldn't put this one down until I read the entire story. It was a perfect blend of humor, steam and emotion. I laughed out loud and I leaked some tears in between the pages. Excellent read and I look forward to the next book in the series.
Another excellent installment in the "Hope" series. Jaci Burton's writing makes me feel as if I am part of the town and its people. I read this book over the course of two days, couldn't put it down. Can't wait for the next installment! Her steamy novels have in depth characters that everyone can relate to.