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Just Let Go... (Harts of Texas #2)

2.92 of 5 stars 2.92  ·  rating details  ·  48 ratings  ·  9 reviews
As town sheriff and all around go-to girl, Gillian Wanamaker has always gotten everything she's ever wanted--except Austen Hart on prom night ten years ago. She's never forgiven or forgotten his disappearing act, and now the super-sexy bad boy of Tin Cup, Texas, is back! And Gilly's getting even! Austen's not the only one who can love 'em and leave 'em. And she's gonna lov ...more
Paperback, 224 pages
Published June 21st 2011 by Harlequin
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Even though the character development was uneven (the heroine has a unique personality and clear motivations while the hero could probably be switched out with any other generic hero), I found the overall book enjoyable.

One of the things I like about continuity series is getting some follow-up about the characters in the past book, so I wish this book had a little more follow-up on the couple from Just Surrender... (the heroes in the books are brothers), especially since the hero from this book
So I think I may have to take Kathleen O'Reilly off the auto-buy list. The last few of her books for me have been disappointing.

I this book I didn't understand the hero. Most of the time I was left with a big WTF? in relation to his thought processes and motivations. I respect an author who doesn't treat her readers like idiots but this was just a bit too vague and abstract for me. Maybe I am just stupid. Book was kind of really dark which the last 3 books have also been. I struggled to get thro
Liz B
This was a fast and fun read. I really liked the character of Gilly (she's self-confident to the point of being annoying, but is so self-aware about it that it's endearing instead) and the insight into the underbelly of state politics (at least in Texas). For me, though, there wasn't enough insight into Austen's character. He was utterly overshadowed by Gilly. Because she was so cool, I understood why he loved her, but I didn't really get why she was into him--particularly because he had some sp ...more
Cathy Beckett
I finished this book this morning. I had to call out sick so I finished it. It was okay. I needed something light and this did the trick for me. I wasn't happy with the romance scenes but the rest of the story was okay.
Why do I keep doing this to myself? If I need a light fluffy read after finishing a soul-sucking, tear inducing, makes-me-look-at-life-differently book, I should know by now not to depend on Mills and Boon for that fix!

Our protagonists are just everywhere. Tempted to DNF but since it was literally a 210 page book I thought "what the hell".
In the first half the book, Austen is a major prick, and no amount of redeeming behavior on his part or good writing on the author's part could make me change my mind. Damn.
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Kathleen O'Reilly wrote her first romance at the age of eleven, which to her undying embarrassment was read aloud to her class. After taking over twenty years to recover from the profound distress, she is now proud to announce her new career - a romance author. Kathleen lives in New York with her husband and their two children who outwit her daily.
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