From the NYT bestselling author of Break in Two comes a short, sexy novella about the winding road to happy ever after
Alicia Williams has been in love with Ben Mitchell since he picked her up out of the mud in primary school. But sports-obsessed Ben has dreams to make it big and see the world, and those dreams don't include the girl next door, no matter how perfect she is. Ben is forced to choose and he leaves Alicia behind - but dreams can change and regrets can grow. When Ben returns back home to the ranch in Colorado Springs, trying to rediscover the man he was meant to be, will the girl he can't get off his mind still be waiting?
Join Ben and Alicia in Don't Let Go as they discover that life's greatest adventure is the one you find at home
Reviews for MJ Summers:
'Your book was a refreshing change to all the others in the genre, which are so similar that I forget which character was which book when I think back. Yours was so set apart with its clearly individual story, I won't forget it. Thank you!'
'Let me tell you how much I loved this book! OMG! I stayed up ALL night finishing it. I could not put it down! This book had just the right amount of anguish and jealousy for me. I left a 5 star review on Amazon and would have given 10 stars if I could. I'm not sure I enjoyed a book this much since Taking Chances by Molly McAdams and that's saying something!'
'Loved it! So happy I have discovered your writing. Sexiness [and] realism - just what today's real women need, crave and understand. Great writing. Looking for more in the near future. BRAVO!!"
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MJ Summers currently resides in Canada, not far from the Rocky Mountains, with her husband, their three young children and goofy dog. When she is not writing, MJ enjoys reading, running, cross-country skiing, hiking, Zumba and yoga, as well as going out with her girlfriends for long giggly dinners every month. She and her husband love to sneak off to the mountains for the weekend. (This doesn't happen often, but it's always fun when it does.)