Thursday, November 25, 2010

Review: The Sweet Letting Go by Mary O’Dell

The Sweet Letting Go by Mary O’Dell

Publisher: Turquoise Morning Press
Genre: Contemporary Romance

Heat Rating: 2



When Reynolds Ernst, cynical and damaged of heart, returns to the little community of his birth after thirty years’ knocking about, little does he know that he’s about to
rediscover the love of his life—only to be faced with the prospect of losing her forever.

This is the story of how two people search for, and find, healing and peace in the midst of loss.

How they come to believe with all their hearts that love and family are worth the risk….

Hunter's Review

I wept through this entire book. From moment one, it becomes clear to the reader what is going to happen and it was only the incredibly beautiful way Mary O’Dell wrote this touching, poignant tale that kept me reading. Otherwise, I’m afraid I would never have risked the emotional havoc this beautiful story played on this reviewer’s heart.

Ren is a wonderful hero in his devotion to her. I loved him, even with all of his eccentricities. I highly, highly recommend this book to anyone who wants to be absorbed into a world that will leave them changed and that they will never forget.

Incredibly good read.

5 Tea Cups!

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