This is book two in the series. Breaking Kate and Catching Kate should be read prior to reading Releasing Kate.
*Mature Content Warning* This book contains situations not intended for persons under the age of 18. Including, but not limited to – explicit sexual encounters, graphic language and alcohol use that some readers may find objectionable.*
Kate has been through more than her fair share of tragedies in her life. After suffering the loss of her mother, daughter, and the love of her life, she’s finally found the strength to open herself up to love again. For once, everything is finally as it should be. Kate should’ve known that things were too good to be true; her life doesn’t work that smoothly.
It’s been four years since Michael left Kate, but he’s back now, and determined to win Kate’s heart once again. After discovering that Daniel and Michael are best friends, the situation spirals out of control quickly. Instead of dealing with her broken heart, Kate ignores it.
When Kate’s actions drive her to do the unthinkable, she knows she’s crossed the line. Unfortunately, she doesn’t realize it until it’s too little, too late. Her actions have consequences and now she’s trying to fix the unfixable. Can the men in Kate’s life grant her the forgiveness she can’t even find within herself?
We are back with the third instalment and if you have any tissues left over, you are going to need them. Ms Kelly has kept up the heartbreak, the heartache and the tension within this book.
Kate is a lost soul and she’s been through a lot but she aptly says it herself, she doesn’t know how to be herself without either Daniel or Michael.
Michael, as much as I don’t like him, he’s still fighting for her love. I don’t think he’s ever going to stop but I feel for him during a truly heartbreaking and horrible scene. It truly is a nightmare and I don’t want to ruin it my giving spoilers.
Author Kelly really manages to pack some emotional punches with her writing – the drama that could be misconstrued as overkill, flows wonderfully and got me all wound up on how it was going to unfold. The drama is just so good. I really enjoyed the alternating points of view throughout this story as it helped me get into the mindsets of the characters.
I was kindly provided with a free copy of this book from the author to provide an honest review. Receiving this book for free did not influence my opinion nor review.
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