Lesbian Romance Book ‘Don’t let go’ by Sheryl Wright
I’ve had this book on my radar for a while. With the sequel ‘Stay with me’, now out, I thought it was time to finally read this. I really enjoyed this and I had a big smile on my face most of the time while reading.
I enjoyed the romance between a professor, Tyler, and an army vet, Georgie, suffering from PTSD and a brain injury. Both characters were very likable, two strong women. The “I love you” came a little quick for me, but it was better than insta-love. Their relationship was just really sweet and a joy to read.
A few negatives, the book revolves around everyone working in a large company. Everyone is somehow related to everyone else (except Tyler). It was hard to keep all the names separated and to understand the family tree. Who owned what part of the company and how much, it was a lot going on.
The other part, there were a few technical talks, that went over my head a bit. And a little bit of ethics. I didn’t take ethics 101, so I did my best to understand. Besides those few issues, I liked the storyline and the little bit of corporate espionage. But what really made me enjoy this, and the heart of the story was the two great characters of Tyler and Georgie.
This is not a fluffy beach read, but it is a really sweet romance. I’m looking forward to reading book 2. I want some more Tyler and Georgie.