Monday, April 19, 2010

My Review of Never Let You Go by Erin Healy

For Lexi Solomon, life hasn’t been easy—but now it is about to careen out of control. With the return of her husband seeking a second chance, an evil man out to make her pay, and the man who killed her sister, Lexi’s life is falling apart. And the supernatural is taking a very real role in the crazy events going on in her life. Never Let You Go, while a suspenseful book, is a book with a powerful message about mercy and learning how to finally let go, although the process is long and painful.

I have to say that while this isn’t normally the type of book I would read, I found the overall message of the book to be an important reminder for me. But this is the kind of book that requires time set aside to read it—it cannot be read only halfway. Never Let You Go is very intense and not the easiest to read. However, I’m so glad I finished it and saw how all of the elements of the story worked together!

Never Let You Go is well-written and draws the reader into the world that Erin Healy has created. However, as I said before, this can be a hard book to read with very real and painful elements included in the story (ie: drugs, relational drama, etc.). But if you’re looking for a thrilling read that will leave you challenged, this book is for you!

*Thanks to Thomas Nelson Publishing for providing me with a free copy of the book in order to review it!*

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