November 13, 2014

Blog Tour: The Fear of Letting Go by Sarra Cannon

She'll have to let go of the past in order to find a love that could last a lifetime.

All I wanted when I moved to Fairhope was to disappear. I wanted to become a ghost. A stranger to everyone who knew me before, including my parents. Especially my parents. I never expected to become someone. A friend. A faithful employee. A scholar. And least of all, a lover. Love is a word I never truly understood until I moved here and witnessed it with my own eyes. My own heart.

I always believed love was a fairy tale, and now that I'm starting to fall for Fairhope's most eligible billionaire, Preston Wright, it all feels like some cruel joke. A dream I need to shake myself out of before it's too late. Before I make the same mistakes my mother made and end up right back where I started.

I know I should stay as far away from him as possible, but fate keeps pulling us back together. I've never been so afraid of something in my life. And I've never wanted someone more.

**While each book in the Fairhope series can be read as a stand-alone, some characters interactions and events will be more meaningful if you follow this series from the beginning.**

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To preface what I have to say, I want to mention that I have not read any other books in this series. I read The Fear of Letting Go as a standalone novel. I didn't love Jenna right off the bat. She seemed to be pretentious and snobby from the start (yep, even though she's not the one with money...weird, huh?). I guess that was the whole point. I think my dislike for her helped me really like Preston right from the get go. That being said, their initial impressions are just that--over the course of the book, you can really relate to both characters and grow to like them both for what they are. Jenna and Preston both grow with each other through the story and I think that's why they work so well with each other. They bring out the best in each other in a way that will make you feel like they just work. The book was good. I wouldn't say that it was the best I've ever read but it was definitely easy to get through and there was enough chemistry to keep things interesting!

About the Author

Sarra Cannon writes contemporary and paranormal fiction with both teen and college aged characters. Her novels often stem from her own experiences growing up in the small town of Hawkinsville, Georgia, where she learned that being popular always comes at a price and relationships are rarely as simple as they seem.

Her best selling Young Adult paranormal series, Peachville High Demons, has sold over 175,000 copies and been featured on Amazon's Top 100 eBooks of 2012 for Children & Teens. A spin-off series will begin in late 2014 with Emerald Darkness.

She is a devoted (obsessed) fan of Hello Kitty and has an extensive collection that decorates her desk as she writes. She currently lives in South Carolina with her amazingly supportive husband and her adorable son.

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