Stormi's Review: Let Go (Suncoast University #1) by Allie Winters
Updated: Nov 13, 2019
PUBLISHER: Allie Winters
RELEASED: June 27, 2019
GENRE: New Adult, Romance
LENGTH: 275 pages
She keeps her heart locked up tight
Putting yourself out there? Getting close to others? No, thanks, I’ll pass. It’s safer to keep to yourself. I’ve learned that lesson the hard way. So when I accidentally tell the muscled hunk I’ve been secretly drooling over all semester how I really feel about him, it’s not like I meant for him to take an interest in me. I don’t want a boyfriend. Not even when it turns out he’s so much more than just brawn.
My goal for so long has been simple - get into grad school. And when I get a dream TA position at the beginning of the new semester that will help me achieve just that, I’ll have to forget about him now that he’s my student. Easy, right?
He wants her to let go of all that control
I can’t get her out of my head - the shy, sexy brunette that’s trying so hard to keep me at a distance. I can be patient, though. Anything to break through that reserve and get under her shields. But just when I thought I’ve succeeded, she’s off-limits. Say hello to my new TA. Even though I’m hot for teacher, there’s no way she would risk this opportunity. Right?
FIVE BOUNDLESS STARS
Charlotte is not one to lose control. She learned from a few exes that its best to keep her guard up. Then Luke happened. The hot guy from her class who happens to be a friend of her roommate's best friend's boyfriend promising his presence around her often. When they start a small affair before she finds out she is his TA when the problems arise. Can these two forbidden lovers be together?
I loved this story; it was detailed, and the best word I can say is HOT. The characters were real and relatable. I loved Charlotte. She was so fun in an innocent way that I found myself relating to her on a lot of things. Luke was also fun to learn and follow.
Overall, I found myself sucked into the pages of this story. I was engulfed in the chemistry between Charlotte and Luke. The writing was excellent, and the story was real and fun. I loved it all. From beginning to end, I was hooked.