I see something in Eli that he can’t see himself.
And I’d be nothing if it weren’t for him,
so I have to let him go.
It’s for his own good.
Eli sees something in Grace that she can’t see herself.
She’s a extraordinary.
And he’d be nothing without her.
Eli’s determined to get her back.
It’s for his own good.
Told in the past and present, Let Me Go is the harrowing love story of Grace Wall and Eli Jackson. Beaten and bruised but never knocked down, Eli and Grace are faced with the question: What must you lose to have it all?
Let Me Go is book two in the Owned series but can be read as a stand alone. Warning: Contains graphic violence and sex. This book may be a trigger as it contains abuse themes.
Mary Catherine Gebhard bites off more than she can chew and sometimes calls herself Eva Natsumi. She’s lived in Salt Lake City, Utah her entire life, but occasionally goes on vacation from reality. Don’t worry, she sends postcards.
Let Me Go is a beautiful and moving story about two tortured souls, Grace and Eli.
This book makes me sad, angry, but at the same time I could feel all the love. Mary Catherine knows how to write deep and gut-wrenching stories that goes straight to the heart.
Grace is running away from her family. Her childhood was just so horrible, and at times reading about all she went through was unbearable, she was abused verbally and physically. Even after all of it, she was still trying to fight, to have a better life. She’s a warrior and searching for her brother, Vic, maybe to find love she couldn’t have in her family.
Be prepared for a roller coaster of draining emotions. In her darkness, she found Eli, a young boy who showed her how to love and feeling loved.
Eli was one of the most interesting male character I met in a book. Brilliant and compassionate, he was Grace’s light in her darkness, wanting to protect her and to provide a better future far away from this shitty life.
After Grace’s disappearance, he never stopped searching for his soul mate, to bring her back to him. Damn, I really have a crush on him. His perseverance, unconditional love for her melt my heart.
Grace was too damaged mentally to feel free from her past. Starting a new life with a broken heart, wanting to reconnect with her brother.
When Eli, his childhood best friend and boyfriend found her again, Grace was still struggling. How to repair a damaged soul, shattered into pieces?
This book was kinda dark, twisted but I enjoyed it, even if the romance part was less expanded.
Let Me Go is a standalone novel, but I think you should read the first one of the series, You Own Me to get the full picture.
Mary Catherine is a promising author, writing stories that gonna shake you.
*** My rating ***