How do you like that synopsis? Pretty crap, right? Well, that sucktastic blurb is all you’re going to get because this is one of those books that can be ruined very easily by anything getting said.
Here’s what I will say: I compare many of these psych thrillers/mysteries to Lifetime Television for Women movies, mainly because so many of them suck. When I saw the cover blurb was from the author of the oh-so-very-underwhelming The Girl on the Train I figured this would be another fail. Buuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuuut, if there’s one thing I know it’s that there are Lifetime movies and then there are LIFETIME MOVIES . . . . .
I literally read I Let You Go in a couple of hours. Now I read pretty fast, but this was obviously quite a page turner for me to go at that breakneck speed. And while there were some minor disappointments, mainly along the line of the storyline revolving around . . .
Nope. No spoilers. Okay, so there was a wee bit of a letdown due to certain stuff and things, but for the most part this was pretty decent. Especially when I thought that . . .
Dammit! No spoilers. Okay, especially when things ended up not going the superpredictable way they could have gone (if you read this and are feeling things are going to end up hokey while reading Part 1, you’re probably not really guessing what’s going to end up happening).
Now I will say the part where . . . .
F*&^! No spoilers. So I was able to figure out the one last little tidbit, but by then the book was almost done so I didn’t really give any poops. If you’re like me and like to mix your pornography with a bit of mystery while sitting poolside (or sweating your butt off in the heat at your kids’ ballgames like I have been doing all Spring), this might be a winner.
Lots of my friends jumped on the bandwagon to read this, but it was Jennifer's review that finally broke me down and request it from the library.