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The Art of Letting Go by Anna Bloom
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The Art of Letting Go is such a fun book and I did truly enjoy it. It is written in diary format, with entries from the protagonist, Delilah "Lilah,", chronicling her life during her first year at University, telling the tale of how she found the love of her life, Ben, and all the drama surrounding it. Lilah is quite the character. She is funny, likes to hang out and do a bit of the typical college partying with her friends, but her fears and insecurities keep her from committing to Ben completely. Ben is a total hottie, is in a band, and he is completely crazy about Lilah. They have a lot of fun together and the chemistry between them is electric, so there is quite a bit of "snogging" going on. There are some really steamy scenes, some funny times, and some serious ones. As Ben prepares to leave for the United States with his band, Lilah's anxieties increase. Lilah has a moment when the light bulb comes on and she truly realizes what letting go really means, and what it doesn't, and is determined to find Ben and tell him so, but she just may be too late.

The Art of Letting Go is a delightful novel that is filled with British humor, romance, great characters and secondary characters, and lots of fun. I really enjoyed this novel and I am really looking forward to what happens next.
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Reading Progress

September 28, 2013 – Shelved
September 28, 2013 – Shelved as: to-read
October 17, 2013 – Started Reading
Finished Reading
October 25, 2013 – Shelved as: blog-tours
October 25, 2013 – Shelved as: e-arc

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Talk Supe Lula is such a lovely character.

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