When We Let Go, a review by Di

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Rochelle B Weinstein

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Lake Union Publishing
May 17, 2022
316 pages

When We Let Go is a story of family, forgiveness and self acceptance.

Avery Beckett has experienced a horrible tragedy in her life. She has tried to move on but her past and her guilt will not allow her to accept happiness into her life.

It is also a story of family and personal relationships. It shows us how one person’s tragedy can spread over other family members.

It is interesting to watch how everything evolves. There is a twist near the end that I was pretty sure I saw coming. But, the predictability did not affect the flow of the story.

I really enjoyed the “life on the farm” aspect of the story. It was unexpected.

Thank you to NetGalley and the publisher for an advance readers copy of the book.

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