Time To Let Go



[Ebook] ➯ Time To Let Go ➮ Alison Fraser – E17streets4all.co.uk Sara was too angry to be amusedEven with the misunderstanding sorted out, she still seethed at the man s insulting assumption He actually seemed to believe he d been on intimate terms with her Even wo Sara was too angry to be amusedEven with the misunderstanding sorted out, she still seethed at the man s insulting assumption He actually seemed to believe he d been on intimate terms with her Even worse, he d confidently expected that Sara wanted to contribute to the notches on his bedpost If it hadn t been for young Scott, Sara would have told Neville Dryden what he could do with his notchesShe d been in an emotional deep freeze for three years and she needed a lot than the warmth of Neville s careless charm to Time To PDF/EPUB ² bring about a thaw.Time To Let Go

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  • Paperback
  • 189 pages
  • Time To Let Go
  • Alison Fraser
  • English
  • 10 January 2017
  • 0373114257

10 thoughts on “Time To Let Go

  1. says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here Re Time to Let Go Alison Fraser gives us a social worker widowed h paired with a charming but lady lurving actor H and manages to create a romance that has charm, believability and an h that is the complete antithesis of the TSTL, doormat HP h type we so frequently run into in HPlandia In fact, this book is worth hunting down just for the h alone, she is a refreshing drink of pure spring water in a dry landscape of well dressed throw rugs and we even get some humor thrown in This one starts Re Time to Let Go Alison Fraser gives us a social worker widowed h paired with a charming but lady lurving actor H and manages to create a romance that has charm, believability and an h that is the complete antithesis of the TSTL, doormat HP h type we so frequently run into in HPlandia In fact, this book is worth hunting down just for the h alone, she is a refreshing drink of pure spring water in a dry landscape of well dressed throw rugs and we even get some humor thrown in This one starts when the h is notified by the local police sergeant that a young boy, about 13 or so, was found in the nearby park and he refuses to answer any questions The h soon figures out that he is playing hooky from where he is supposed to be and she assumes it is because the young man wants to spend Christmas with his father instead of the relative he felt pawned off on The h calls the boy s guardian and the man dismisses her as a forgettable former bed partner and gets her name wrong repeatedly The h has to has the police sergeant call the H back to come get his ward When the H shows up, the h is told that he is a famous actor that she has no clue about, and he certainly comes across as a lady charmer but he is also arrogantly patronizing In a very funny little moment, the h actually recognizes the H s father s name as a famous actor, but as she reads books mostly, the H is unknown to her The h has too much practicality to tolerate that kind of behavior, so she is stern and disapproving, but she likes the young man tho after seeing the H and boy together, she assumes the H is boy s father Over the course of the next few weeks the young man takes a shine to the h and she ends up going on several outings with him and the H, when the H manipulates her into it Gradually the h and H become aware of a big attraction between them They have a bit of a snarky relationship where they both try to snipe at each other, like he pretends he can t ice skate and to make her stay and give him a lesson and she pretends she doesn t know much about chess in order to kick his hiney at it, but all the back and forth is actually pretty funny and in the realm of teasing instead of annoying bickering or nasty one uppance.Then the H and h both have a problem tho, she thinks the H just wants a casual affair, even tho the H is dating her pretty frequently and there are no other women The H believes that the h is still angsting over her dead husband and thus does not see him as a serious partner,a little physical stress reliever bit on the side and it makes him a bit snarly They are both wrong and AK lets the reader know that well before the H and h figure it out, so we can kick back and enjoy seeing what they are going to do.What happens is the h takes the H home to meet her ultra conservative wealthy parents They like the H, even tho he is nothing like her doctor first husband The big fly in the ointment is the h s brother, who thinks the h should have someone just like her first husband and tells the h that in the H s hearing This h is no pushover tho, and she tells the brother off She loved her first hubby but she isn t in the market for a clone and when the H leaves because he feels insulted, the h s mum encourages the h to go after him and work things out.So the h chases the H to his hotel to clarify a few things and a big lurve club moment ensues The h still believes that the H only wants a fling, so she is shocked when the H offers marriage the next morning tho the H only offers after they figure out they aren t on birth control She refuses and the H is upset cause he thinks he was subbing for the dead guy The h has to straighten him out about sleeping with him cause she loves him and we also find out that the H s son is actually his half brother The H doesn t understand why if the h loves him they can t get married then, cause he adores her and only wants to be with her and the h is taken aback by his enthusiasm, but figures it is time to let go of the past and move on into the future with the H for the rosy glow HEA This one is good, it isn t overly dramatic but the pace is smooth and the plot practically seamless If you like the stronger h who holds her own, but isn t a harridan and the charming H who wins her over eventually with his sincerity, definitely hunt this one down for a great time in HPlandia and a highly believable HEA

  2. says:

    4.5 stars Time To Let Go is, by far, my favorite visit to Hplandia It referred to the heroine, a widow, who lost her husband at a young age She loved and still missed him As a social worker, Sara Peters had seen enough dysfunctional families to last a lifetime It was Christmastime, when she was called into the police station to assist a possible runaway Trying to get information from the young teenager was like pulling teeth Long story short, the boy s guardian a famous actor and Sara bu 4.5 stars Time To Let Go is, by far, my favorite visit to Hplandia It referred to the heroine, a widow, who lost her husband at a young age She loved and still missed him As a social worker, Sara Peters had seen enough dysfunctional families to last a lifetime It was Christmastime, when she was called into the police station to assist a possible runaway Trying to get information from the young teenager was like pulling teeth Long story short, the boy s guardian a famous actor and Sara butted heads I loved that she could care less with his popularity And she didn t give into Neville s come ons She stuck it out because of the child And Neville All women adored him Or so he thought Watching this guy lay on the charm, then become frustrated when things hadn t move in his direction, was smooth It was refreshing for an HP romance And I liked Neville Well, not at first, but he grew on me I read the romance on OL but this was one time I would have loved a hard copy So when I am in the mood I can revisit this couple once again

  3. says:

    I love this heroine Well, that was refreshing Another heroine who did not read the HarleyLand rule book.Sara Peters, not Peterson as she has to point on several occasions, is a social worker and has been called in to talk to a truant boy Scott, the kid, is sharper than a tack, and reluctantly lets her call his guardian who comes across as the biggest jackass ever The H is Neville Dryden, an incredibly handsome and famous actor Sadly for Neville, Sara has no knowledge of him This set down I love this heroine Well, that was refreshing Another heroine who did not read the HarleyLand rule book.Sara Peters, not Peterson as she has to point on several occasions, is a social worker and has been called in to talk to a truant boy Scott, the kid, is sharper than a tack, and reluctantly lets her call his guardian who comes across as the biggest jackass ever The H is Neville Dryden, an incredibly handsome and famous actor Sadly for Neville, Sara has no knowledge of him This set down is the first of many, many, MANY putdowns by the heroine, some accidental and some on purpose A widow, still deeply in love with her husband, she has no time for a smarmy charmer like Dryden I can t call him Neville as the only two Neville s I know are Neville from Harry Potter and Neville, the stinky black lab of some friends Here, you pick Anyhoo, Scott takes a yen to Sara and apparently so does Dryden While Sara can appreciate Dryden s handsomeness, she just can t get over his practiced charm plus the fact she thinks he has hidden his own son away view spoiler The boy is actually his half brother hide spoiler The give and take and banter between the main characters is very well done and funny Sara is one h that can dish it out as well as take it, and onthan one occasion one ups him I would like to say their relationship grows slowly, but it doesn t In fact, this may be a first in a Harlequin where the heroine feelslust for the H than she does any emotion He finally kisses her and she is overwhelmed, not by love, but passion as it has been so long No, no sex as her head rules her heart.My review is simply not doing this book justice The main characters are great The boy isthan a literary device and has almost as much charm as the H, and Sara is an awesome heroine Some readers won t like her as she makes the hero work for, well, everything She doesn t budge an inch She even admits at the end that it wasn t going to be easy, but it would be worth it Shocking, reality speaking And the H grows from a womanizing jerk into a sensitive guy without being wimpy Some There is a rather weak communication issue at the end I could have done without, but a 4 star book for sure My only wish is that I could have seen Sara take on Dryden s evil mother

  4. says:

    A very subtle romance, but a very entertaining story Heroine was likable and the hero though a bitcomplex was quite sweet It wasn t hard to figure out he had fallen hard for the heroine, but she was so paralyzed from grief over her husband s death, she missed all the signs Of course, it didn t help that he had a reputation of love em then leave em.If you are a fan of this author s work, then I recommend The heroine may not appeal to all readers because she does continually try to put A very subtle romance, but a very entertaining story Heroine was likable and the hero though a bitcomplex was quite sweet It wasn t hard to figure out he had fallen hard for the heroine, but she was so paralyzed from grief over her husband s death, she missed all the signs Of course, it didn t help that he had a reputation of love em then leave em.If you are a fan of this author s work, then I recommend The heroine may not appeal to all readers because she does continually try to put the hero down I understood it was just a protection mechanism, so I could look past it

  5. says:

    Yes, Your Honour, I am guilty, guilty of enjoying Alison Fraser s romances Can one read it in one day yes Did the heroine slap the hero in the face yes Did the hero grasp the heroine arm yes Was the hero alpha hero yes Was there a misunderstanding yes Was there a child yesTo my defense, Your Honour, I wouldn t have gone down the path of crime if not Linda who showed me the sweet taste of it Thank you, Linda Yes, Your Honour, I am guilty, guilty of enjoying Alison Fraser s romances Can one read it in one day yes Did the heroine slap the hero in the face yes Did the hero grasp the heroine arm yes Was the hero alpha hero yes Was there a misunderstanding yes Was there a child yesTo my defense, Your Honour, I wouldn t have gone down the path of crime if not Linda who showed me the sweet taste of it Thank you, Linda

  6. says:

    This is a book from my oldie pile I really love these older ones as they are very classic in style The few books I have read from Alison Fraser, all enjoyable, have included heroines with careers that actually require devotion, and that is the case again in this book with the heroine being a Social Worker very unusual, and un glamorous for a romance novel I really like this as it adds a bit of reality into these books that they are sometimes lacking, if you know what I mean Throughout th This is a book from my oldie pile I really love these older ones as they are very classic in style The few books I have read from Alison Fraser, all enjoyable, have included heroines with careers that actually require devotion, and that is the case again in this book with the heroine being a Social Worker very unusual, and un glamorous for a romance novel I really like this as it adds a bit of reality into these books that they are sometimes lacking, if you know what I mean Throughout the book, I really didn t know what to make of the hero he is both infuriatingly arrogant and completely charming Even without his POV, I could tell that he had fallen head over heels for the heroine yet couldn t work up the courage to show her Oh, sigh The heroine s grief over the loss of her husband felt real and is dealt with well, it was a nice detail that the hero felt like he could never live up to the legacy of the heroines late husband It was refreshing to read a book where it is the hero who has the insecurities over the development of the relationship Alison Fraser has written a poignant, emotional and beautiful book that is about moving on and opening your heart A lovely read.Originally posted at

  7. says:

    Song for the story hereVery subtle romance The pacing is correct for the story and I really liked Scott, the 10 year old kid in the story The H admitted his many faults when the h accused him of being too snoopy about her life he surprises her by saying I guess I am and yet he was really patient with the h The heroine was pretty strong throughout in the face of a guy everyone loves A very nice read and a nice intro to Alison Fraser Song for the story hereVery subtle romance The pacing is correct for the story and I really liked Scott, the 10 year old kid in the story The H admitted his many faults when the h accused him of being too snoopy about her life he surprises her by saying I guess I am and yet he was really patient with the h The heroine was pretty strong throughout in the face of a guy everyone loves A very nice read and a nice intro to Alison Fraser

  8. says:

    Time To Let Go is the sixth romance novel by British author, Alison Fraser Social worker, Sara Peters is called to Fulham Police Station to deal with a runaway Thirteen year old Scott is unforthcoming, but she eventually manages to get him to divulge the name of his guardian Her first encounter with Neville Dryden leaves her fuming he may be a famous actor, but he s arrogant and presumptuous She s glad she won t have to deal with him again But Scott seems to have other ideas Even though t Time To Let Go is the sixth romance novel by British author, Alison Fraser Social worker, Sara Peters is called to Fulham Police Station to deal with a runaway Thirteen year old Scott is unforthcoming, but she eventually manages to get him to divulge the name of his guardian Her first encounter with Neville Dryden leaves her fuming he may be a famous actor, but he s arrogant and presumptuous She s glad she won t have to deal with him again But Scott seems to have other ideas Even though they clash verbally at every exchange, Sara somehow finds herself attending a New Year s Eve party with Neville Fraser does the laconic yet determined male very well, and Sara is the mistress of the verbal put down This is a noticeable improvement on earlier novels and an enjoyable romantic read

  9. says:

    good

  10. says:

    I disliked this author s other book so much that I went back to reread this one just to see if it held up with the passage of time I loved this book when I first read it and I enjoyed a lot the sheer snark of the protagonist and the character voice of hero, Neville Dryden.Interestingly enough, this book did hold up for the most part The newly awakened copy editor in me insisted that there were too many alternate dialogue tags, but nobody could deny just how well done the hero s voice was Lynn I disliked this author s other book so much that I went back to reread this one just to see if it held up with the passage of time I loved this book when I first read it and I enjoyed a lot the sheer snark of the protagonist and the character voice of hero, Neville Dryden.Interestingly enough, this book did hold up for the most part The newly awakened copy editor in me insisted that there were too many alternate dialogue tags, but nobody could deny just how well done the hero s voice was Lynne Graham, for one, has a truly terrible way with male character voice With only a few exceptions, all of her male heroes sound the same, even though they are supposed to be Greek, Italian, Spanish, or generically Arabian Neville s voice is the one that I think, of all Alison Fraser s male heroes, to have a quintessentially upper crust British accent.There were a few things that were done structurally well in this book first, the enemies to lovers trope Neville came off strong even before he appeared on the page, and his first few actions were arrogant and predisposed the reader to dislike him heartily Then, cleverly enough, with the use of the secondary character of Scott, Neville s mysterious ward, the reader comes to see that Neville has some very good character traits to him These are contained as, from the viewpoint of Sara, you think that they don t completely absolve him of all his sins.There s a slight mystery misunderstanding to the whole story, and this one, versus some of the author s other books, was well done I went back and read the bits slowly where the misunderstanding came from, and there was even foreshadowing thrown in to allude to the origin of Scott There was a moment for false misunderstandings two times once, with Sara s male boarder, and two, with Sara s brother who picks up her phone when he comes to visit In Fraser s Boss s Secret Mistress, these simple misunderstandings are milked for all they re worth way past the moment they should have been resolved In this book, these simple mistakes are cleared up within a few moments and a few lines of speech much as in real life, when there s no stone hard preconceived bias to color the lens I find that realistic and muchwell done than manufactured misunderstandings that really shouldn t occur the classic HP hero thinks heroine is a whore is an outdated misunderstanding, and while I understand its vintage draw, I think modern authors have a responsibility to update it just a tad Why, in this day and age, should any man simply assume a woman is a whore just because she s seen with a man around This simply isn t realistic any and unless otherwise indicated, dates the writing and also marks the man down as not only a simpleton but also a misogynist of the highest order.What was also well done in this book was Sara s initial refusal of the man It s shown that this man is charming although I rolled my eyes at that because it came off rather contrived and oily and extremely good looking as well as being a famous actor It makes sense when you see Sara s employment and how she lives and the fact that she s caught up in another aspect of her life with her late husband The first chapter very cleverly ends with Sara holding his picture and crying to sleep in narrative that s not overly sentimental but rather lyrical and beautiful This book I would say is Alison Fraser s masterpiece in euphemistic prose, and I would say that this is probably the best of her HP novels.The way the characters are fleshed out are really nothing short of excellent in this short novel from Sara, our lonely protagonist her concerned and managing older brother Scott, that precocious ward Neville, our hero borne of dubious infamy something that rather brilliantly explains all his actions down to his utterly terrible proposal at the end There s just a few moments toward the end of the book that I thought could have been replaced by another scene maybe the concluding showdown could have happened in some other way somehow the resolution lacks just the extra oomph that could have really punctuated this book But maybe this really served to emphasize how this is a beginning for our unlikely couple the unwilling widow and her fan, the fawned over actor

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