Also by this author: Wanting More
Series: Love on Campus #1
Also in this series: Wanting More
Published by Entangled: Embrace on May 13, 2015
Genres: College Romance, Love After Loss, New Adult, Sobfest
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How long do you hold on?
Cori Elliott likes order. Her schedule, her social life...even her GPA is perfect. Then she finds out her high school boyfriend's death wasn't an accident--it was suicide. The devastating revelation is enough to fracture her perfectly structured life, sending Cori in a downward spiral of self-doubt and impulsive decisions.
And right into the arms of Luke Evans.
But Cori's life isn't perfect anymore. In fact, it's all coming apart. The only way she can save herself is to let go of everything-including the girl she used to be. Even if it means losing the one guy who might just be perfect for her in the process...
Erin: Letting Go by Jessica Ruddick is the first book of her New Adult series, Love on Campus. It’s a heartfelt, sometimes emotional, story of a girl who is trying to move on after the suicide of her high school sweetheart and a guy that just wants to help her.
Cori Elliot is swimming in guilt after learning that the car accident that took her boyfriend’s life wasn’t an accident at all but a suicide. She’s angry and confused and sad (all quite normal reactions) buts she’s having a hard time letting go and moving on. Enter swoony and sweet Luke Evans. The blossoming relationship between Luke and Cori was written very well and very realistically in that there are many starts and stops, and ups and downs. Cori is still struggling with Tyler’s death so she doesn’t always make the best decisions. Luke, man he was something. So caring and understanding.
This is a book that will tug at your heartstrings but leave you with a smile on your face.
She's a Texan, though she drinks her tea plain and NOT sweet. She loves cheesecake, strawberry limeade's from Sonic and her favorite color is purple. In her books, she loves an HEA, but she never minds if the road is rough to get there, as long as the reward is worth the struggle.
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