REVIEW: Letting Go (Mitchell Family #1) By, Jennifer Foor

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Blurb: Savanna Tate has loved the same guy since she was 14yrs old. Now she and Tyler are in their second year of college. While Savanna is concentrating on maintaining her high grade point average and academic scholarship, Tyler is busy partying with his frat brothers and screwing around on his girlfriend behind her back. Savanna decides they need a break, just so she can focus and maybe change his mind about his priorities. One night at a party Savanna catches Ty in the act and after a heated argument, she leaves. In fear of losing her forever, Tyler steals a car and proceeds to follow her even after he had too much to drink. He loses control of the vehicle and from the injuries of the accident he goes into a coma. Everyone blames Savanna for Ty’s accident. She loses her friends. His family disowns her. She stops being around people and spends most of her time at the hospital waiting for Ty to wake up so that they can start over and have the future she always wanted.Then his cousin Colt comes back to town to help with the Mitchell family’s farm. The chemistry between them is electric, but is Savanna willing to let go of Ty to explore her feelings for Colt?

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The first book in Jennifer Foor’s Mitchell Family Series, Letting Go was one of the better books I read in 2012. I instantly feel for Colt, after all the things Savanna has been through with Tyler – Colt comes into the picture and turns her world upside down. For the good – and for the bad.

There’s nothing juicier than a forbidden love triangle – and when you throw cousins into the mix? You know things aren’t going to end very well. Colt and Tyler grew up like brothers. Tyler and Savanna have been together since they were kids. Though, Tyler never stopped dating – and after Savanna catches him the act? All hell breaks loose – but comes to a sudden stop when Tyler is in a horrible accident leaving him in a coma. Savanna is desperate for Tyler to wake up, but when Colt moves to town to help his aunt and uncle with the farm – things start heating up. Colt remembers the young annoying Savanna he use to tease when they were kids, but now that she’s all grown up? Things are changing – he see’s her in a whole knew light. And the little jerk Savanna remembers as Colt? Has now grown in a very handsome, hardworking single man.

Colt helps her recover from all the guilt she has about Tyler’s accident – she blames herself for everything. Even though she walked in on Tyler with another woman, had she not taken off the way she did he would have never been in the accident and now in a coma. Colt helps to ease her guilt and pain. They become close friends and Savanna finally feels like she has someone on her side – as everyone around them have turn their backs on her and blame her for Tyler’s condition.

But as things move forward and Colt and Savanna start developing feelings for one another – things progress into a very different direction. Their passion is hot – their story is tragic, and Jennifer Foor leaves us constantly wanting to know what’s going to happen next. She moves between narrators, from Colt then to Savannah, giving us a view into both their perspectives of what is happening, and letting the story unravel slowly through it…. which I love.

Check out Jennifer Foor’s Mitchell Family Series!

Book 1: Letting Go – Savanna & Colt

Book 2: Folding Hearts – Tyler & Miranda

Book 3: Raging Love – Savanna & Colt

Book 4: Risking Fate – Tyler & Miranda

Book 4.5: Wrapping Up – A Mitchell Family Christmas

Book 5: Wanting More – Conner & Amy

Book 6: Saving Us – Conner & Amy

Book 7: Blinding Trust – Savanna & Colt

Book 8: Losing Him – Heather’s Story

Book 9: Loving Her – Tyler & Miranda

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