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Just Let Go is a story of opposites attracts and of letting go of the past. Quinn is as steadfast as anyone can be. She is dependable; her friends can set their watches by her, reliable, and not a risk taker and maybe just a bit boring. She has just purchased her flower shop that is tied to her past and her dreams of her future. She has one goal, and that goal is to somehow get the attention of the mother who abandoned her family.
Grady on the other hand is reckless and a danger seeker. He is an Olympic skier with a reputation of a bad boy who doesn’t take instruction well, is a womanizer, and has a quick temper and oftentimes finds himself in a fight. Well, Grady picked the wrong town to fight in, as the Judge and Sheriff (Quinn’s father) decide this bad boy needs some adjusting in his thinking.
As you can imagine, that does not go over well with Grady but it is just what he needs to settle him down and take a good look at his spiraling out of control life. Much to Quinn’s dismay, Grady is assigned to Quinn’s team for the town faire so that he may work off his community service. These two are like oil and water and do not get along. However, as Grady gets to know Quinn and makes it his mission to show her some fun, he begins to see his life in a new light and Quinn becomes much more than a challenge for him. He sees life through her eyes and the possibilities of what he has been missing.
Both Quinn and Grady have past issues that are preventing them from living life to its fullest. I enjoyed the mutual help, (with a little bit of help from the town), that each gave to one another as both learned to just let go. It was a bumpy road for both but the end result was a satisfying conclusion.
I received a complimentary copy of this novel. I was not required to post a positive review and all views and opinions are my own.
About the Author
is a novelist, artist, theatre director, and playwright. Her debut novel, A Sweethaven Summer, hit the New York Times and USA Today e-book bestseller lists and was a Carol Award finalist in the debut author category. She has written two more books in the Sweethaven series, as well as two craft books and several full-length musicals. Courtney lives in Illinois with her husband and three children. Visit her online at www.courtneywalshwrites.com.