Wednesday, March 15, 2017

Never Let You Go by Chevy Stevens


You can't wear that, I saw you smiling at that man, you don't need to leave the  house.

Those things happened to Lindsey as her marriage progressed.   Andrew was so sweet and caring especially during her pregnancy, but it got worse every day.​  She was afraid of her husband, Andrew, and she knew that wasn't how it should be. ​

Lindsey finally left Andrew, and in his rage Andrew was in a car accident, killed a woman, and went to jail for ten years.

Andrew is now out of jail​​, and Lindsey’s fears are back.  She knows he will find her and follow her because he always told her he will never let her go.

NEVER LET YOU GO has tension oozing through the pages and keeps you turning the pages as you want to know what is going to happen next.  The ending is one marvelous surprise.

If you enjoy suspense and edge-of-your seat tension, NEVER LET YOU GO is a book you don't want to miss. Living through the nightmare with Lindsey is gripping and a tribute to the skillful writing style of Ms. Stevens.

There are no gory murder scenes but you become emotionally drained along with the characters as we follow them through their stress as well as their love.

Ms. Stevens addresses a social problem that I am sure plagues more women than we know of.  Domestic abuse is most likely overlooked because the victims do not want to report the abuser. 

 
If you are in the mood for a tense, well-written book with an unforgettable ending in more ways than one, you will want to read NEVER LET YOU GO.  5/5  


This book was given to me free of charge and without compensation by the publisher in return for an honest review.



13 comments:

  1. You make this one sound very compelling. Nice review!

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    1. Thanks, Kay.

      Compelling is the right word.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  2. I've seen this book a lot lately with glowing reviews. I didn't really know what it was about until now. Excellent review, Elizabeth.

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    1. Awwww..thanks, Kathy.

      It has been popular, and I am going to see her at an event on March 22. :)

      Thanks for stopping.

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  3. I can't believe I still haven't read Stevens' work.

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    1. Give her a try, Kathy.

      This is my third book by her.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  4. I like this kind of suspense novel with no gory scenes but instead psychological tension that keeps one turning the pages.

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    1. A lot of psychological tension for sure.

      Thanks for stopping, Laura.

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  5. This sounds like a gripping read. I haven't had a chance to read her books. Would this be a good one to start with? Loved your thoughts on it.

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    1. Yes...this would be a good one to start with.

      I read two others of hers, but like this one the best.

      ENJOY, and thanks for stopping, Mary.

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  6. I want to read this SO bad. Love her books!!!

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    1. I hope you get to read it, Cheryl.

      Thanks for stopping.

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  7. I loved this one too! It was my favorite book in February. Great review!

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