Book Review: Don’t Let Go (Tyack & Frayne #3) – Harper Fox

Don't Let GoLee Tyack just moved in with Gideon Frayne and they both love their new lives.  Lee however was still haunted by a ghost from his past. Gideon will always be there to protect Lee but after an injury while on duty, he also realized that he needs protection too. Their love for each other and their shared horror from their childhood will help uncover a decade-long mystery, something that they will have to withstand and not let go of each other.

This is my third book from the series and I loved every minute reading it! Now this one centers more on the balance of their relationship. How Gideon can be so protective of Lee and how Lee could also protect Gideon whenever he needed it. I loved the openness of Gideon’s character more than ever. I also loved that there is now an easy acceptance from his brother Ezekiel regarding his relationship with Lee. It’s sometimes funny whenever Zeke switches on into his old Methodist preacher way.

Don’t Let Go isn’t that spooky compared to the first two books but the emotional pull of this one is much heavier. I think I just about fell for Gideon here so much that I want to marry him myself. He’s so perfect!

The dealio about the Cornish panther was rather reminiscent of that creepy character played by Stanley Tucci in The Lovely Bones and that totally gave me the creeps!!! I loved the ritual at the end and how Lee got some sort of closure about his Dad and the evil shadow that has haunted his childhood.

This is yet again another beautifully written story from Fox. The series is perfect so far and I’d love to go on and on with it!

Rating: 5 out of 5 stars

Published February 11th 2014 by FoxTales

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