Letting You Go (Stone Lake, #1) by Jordan Marie
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I met Luna Marshall when I was seventeen.
She was a force of nature that I wasn’t ready for.
She was gravity and I was caught in her pull—
Powerless while she held me in a world I was desperate to escape.
They say you never forget your first love.
I believe they’re right.
I’ll always remember the sound of her laughter.
The way she whispered my name when I touched her, and the taste of her on my lips.
I’ll remember everything.
Including the look of pain as I walked away.
Letting You Go is book 1 in the new romantic suspense series Stone Lake. The story will continue and conclude with book 2 When You Were Mine.
5 iScream Cones
“Trust me, Luna. The moon may have a gravitational pull that controls the ocean, but your pull is just as strong.”
I was so excited to read this story when I learned it featured Gavin. I met him while reading Diesel/Rory and was so intrigued by his character. I sensed a painful past and wanted to know the details. Now, I know the details. Now, my heart is broken, because of… letting you go.
In case you aren’t already aware, this is just the beginning. The author took me back to high school and introduced me to Gavin and Luna when they were just crushing on each other, before they fell in love. Because I was present during ‘the fall’ I feel even more invested in their story. Because the story is told in dual POV, I know more than each of them do about each other. What a position to be in when I love them both. I want to throw some magical rainbow dust at them and make it all better.
Jordan Marie, you are an evil woman. You pulled me in and then left me rocking in the corner as I wait for more. You made me feel and connect with Gavin and Luna. You also made me rage and hate some others, who shall remain unnamed but cursed. I’m so excited to get my hands on When You Were Mine and all I can say is she better damn well become his again! But, if not… I’ll take him. The line forms here…