Let Her Go
Let Her Go does not disappoint. The addition of the 8 Point Buck in the plot is a bit out there, but I honestly find that it fits with the story. Being an Upstate New Yorker myself I can understand The frustration that Morgan Sullivan ...more
This is the weirdest, most nonsensical book I've ever read in my entire life!
Where the hell to even start?
She's Invisible... I got it the first 100 times.
The female MC is very self-depreciating, woe is me. Yes, her parents are asses and I get that she's been put down her entire life, but I can get her emotional standpoint ...more
Morgan Sullivan has always been seconded throughout her entire life. She was the unwanted one, the unexpected one. Growing up being ignored and criticized so harshly by her mom -- who doted on her beautiful twin sister -- she became a girl full of insecurities and horrible opinions of herself. Her sister was the beautiful, athletic talented one and boys sought her out. It all became a lot worse when her sister died. So when a male finally showed an interest in her and proposed ...more
Pritchard has a way of writing here that affected me on a physical level - reading about Morgan going on her runs that could be both punishing yet therapeutic made me feel like throwing on some sneakers and hitting the road myself (don't ...more
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Morgan Sullivan has felt like the least important person in the world her entire life; overshadowed by her twin sister Tori, even after her sister's death as a teenager, and deemed herself unlovable by any wonderful man... until she met Alex, who she agrees to marry after two weeks of knowing him. She doesn't understand why a guy like him would want a woman like her. After being married for a few years, Alex dies in a motorcycle a...more
If you’ve ever lost anyone dear to you, the world becomes your enemy, time both your bane and you salve and everything around you crystallizes into either a ritual that enables you or an enormous, relentless irritant that drives you bad into the darkness. The beauty of M. R. Pritchard’s, Let Her Go, is the way the author frames her wounded characters with this bi-polar world. She roughens them, wears them down and lets the reader share in their pai ...more
Morgan’s a nurse. Alex, her husband, owns a gym. Three months into their marriage Alex dies in a motorcycle accident where he collided with an eight point buck. In Alex’s will, he leaves ownership of his gym to Morgan and to his best friend Nick.
Grief and pride keep things prickly between Nick and Morgan for the longest time. Their partnership moves along in awkward fits and starts as each struggles with their inner demons and emotional baggage. People pressure them ...more
I hated that her husband never trusted her to share his situation. And his parents - that was just beyond belief weird.
The romance, such as it was, was built gradually and was nice, but the twist that was added to it, was unnecessar ...more
The reader-discovered novels of the Kindle Scout program are like a box of assorted chocolates. While there’s a wide variety to choose from, they are all wonderfully satisfying. M.R. Pritchard’s “Let Her Go” is no exception.
Yes, there is romance in this story. But “Let Her Go” delves deeper than that. There are moments that will tug at your heartstrings, moments that will make you laugh, and moments that will have you celebrating the power of love. This is a story with soul.
I received this book free for a kindle scout nomination on Amazon. I loved it. Alex's death is heartbreaking. I was so sad for Morgan. She had so much loss in her life. So did Nick. After a long battle they end up with their hea. I really enjoyed that two broken people helped to fix each other.
This is a really good book. I was expecting it to be about the death of a sister. It however was more complicated than that. It was a about the loss of a husband. The tangled relationship with her less than loving mother. It is about falling in love again. Learning to accept herself. I would recommend this book for those who love a happy ending.
I hate the ending.... let me clarify that, I hate that it ended! Loved this book, I fell in love with Morgan and Nick. Theirs was a messed up relationship, but as you read you come to understand their hearts. Even loved Bucky, and his mysterious ways. Loved how the writer put the story line together, get the tissues out, you'll need them.
Saying that I could not put Let Her Go down would be an understatement. I read the entire book in one sitting. M.R. Pritchard, writes in a manner that makes you feel and fall in love with the characters. The love and tragedy become your own. Highly recommend.
This was my first book from this author. Morgan is the main character who seems to have so much going against her. She lives with regrets and what-ifs plague her. She has "self" issues but fixes other broken people. I had a hard time connecting with her, not because of her plight, but because of her "woe is me" attitude and whining. I liked Nick's character and his inward tenacity. This book would have been emotional, had I connected with Mor ...more