It feels like I haven’t posted a book review all summer. It’s really only been about a month, but this summer has been so busy that time is flying by. Can you believe that September is only a few short weeks away!? I’m particularly excited for Autumn to arrive. It’s by far my favorite season, and I usually have a lot more time to read once summer ends. But let’s get back to why we’re here… my newest book review!
The Moment of Letting Go by J.A. Redmerski
Rating: ♦ ♦ ♦ ♦ stars
Review: This book had all the perfect elements for a heart-grabbing romance that you won’t want to put down. Sienna is a workaholic event planner from San Diego. She arrives in Hawaii to plan an event for a wealthy and difficult client. With work taking up 100% of her time during this trip Sienna doesn’t think she’ll get the chance to enjoy her true passion and hobby, photography. On her worst possible day on the island Sienna meets Luke, a laid-back surfer in Hawaii who enjoys a thrill seeking lifestyle. There’s an immediate connection between Sienna and Luke. A spark so strong that neither can deny it. On a whim, Sienna decides to stay in Hawaii for an extended vacation spending time with Luke, his friends, and her camera. Their attraction to each other is strong and unlike anything either has ever experienced. They explore each other’s minds and souls. They discuss life and their dreams. They spend countless days surfing, hiking, and enjoying everything that Hawaii has to offer. But Luke has a dark shadow in his past that threatens to swallow him whole. Until Luke can find some sort of peace in his heart there is no hope for a future with Sienna. Can Luke get past the horrific circumstances in his past to be with Sienna heart, body, and soul? Will Sienna change her workaholic ways and realize there’s more to life than money and how you earn it? I can not say enough great things about this book. I felt like I was sitting on white sand beaches watching Luke and Sienna enjoy the beauty of a new relationship. Another big plus of this book is that their relationship is not about sex. Luke is ever the gentleman. He is more concerned with exploring Sienna’s mind than exploring her body (not that he doesn’t want to). When things do turn physical between them is complimentary to the book and their story.
Recommendation: The Moment of Letting Go is a standalone romance with no cliffhanger that will give you all the feels. You’ll laugh. You’ll cry. You’ll never want this book to end. Grab yourself a copy and enjoy… trust me 🙂 This is the perfect book for fans of Surviving Ice by K.A. Tucker, Sweet Nothing by Jamie McGuire, and Before We Were Strangers by Renee Carlino
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