Loving someone and losing them turned my world upside down.
Now fate has dealt me a sweet hand and I plan on claiming what is mine.
In searching for someone else, I found my heart again, but this time the fight for my life begins. And by my life, I mean my heart, the one that's been frozen in my chest for the past twelve years. It's found a meaning to beat again.
But, fate isn't quite as kind as I thought. Things aren't always as they seem. That would be too easy and nothing has ever been easy for me.
This guitar-strumming man will have to turn on the charm for love to find its way again.
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In the hands of fate
From the prologue to the apologue, author Kelly Moore kept me completely engaged and Say You Won't Let Go. This was an extremely emotional story line based on faith, love, deeply emotional ties, and the gift of musical memories.
Keegan has been a widow since his daughter Emmalyn was little, when his wife, Timber, was killed in a fiery crash in Utah. Sergeant Keegan has returned home to his daughter after being injured in an accident that killed his best friend, Wolfe Rowan. Wolfe had just found out he had a twin sister right before he was KIA, so Keegan makes it his duty to locate Wolfe's sister for him. After much research, Keegan finds Shay Fox and reaches out to her. They exchange letters, and even though she is certain she isn't his sister, she vows to help him find her.
This whole book had my head spinning! The twists and turns, the emotions, the unexpected turns. Wow! Kelly Moore has, once again, written a very deep and fantastic book! I would definitely recommend this one!
Emotional book from start to finish!
The complexity of the characters and their lives made this book one that i couldn't put down. Keegan and Wolfe are brothers in arms, and best friends. When things go horribly wrong, Keegan writes to Shay, the woman Wolfe believed was his long lost twin sister. Once the letters start being sent, even though Shay denies that she is the sister, they both feel a connection.
For twelve years, Keegan had been mourning the loss of his wife, but when he starts communicating with Shay, he starts to feel again. When Shay takes a vacation to visit Keegan, both of their lives will be thrown for a loop. Shay has an uncanny resemblance to Timber, Keegan's dead wife. He believes they are the same, but she had no recollection of her past.
They both learn to love each other, but she fears that he only loves her because he thinks she is his dead wife. When she gets a lead on Wolfe's sister she follows it and her life is turned upside down again. The interwoven story and paths these characters are on will break your heart, but put it back together again. A wonderful, emotional book.
I received an ARC in exchange for an honest, voluntary review.
This book is one emotional read, of loss, heartbreak, and second chance at love. It grabbed me from page one and did not let go until the end. It is well written, the story line is heartwarming and keeps pulling at your heartstrings. I loved this book and would highly recommend reading!
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