Saturday, December 20, 2014

Review: Releasing Kate by D. Kelly


~Synopsis~

Kate has been through more than her share of tragedies in her life. After suffering the loss of her mother, daughter, and the love of her life, she’s finally found the strength to open herself up to love again. For once, everything is finally as it should be. Kate should’ve known that things were too good to be true; her life doesn’t work that smoothly. 

It’s been four years since Michael left Kate, but he’s back now, and determined to win Kate’s heart once again. After discovering that Daniel and Michael are best friends, the situation spirals out of control quickly. Instead of dealing with her broken heart, Kate ignores it.
When Kate’s actions drive her to do the unthinkable, she knows she’s crossed the line. Unfortunately, she doesn’t realize it until it’s too little, too late. Her actions have consequences and now she’s trying to fix the unfixable. Can the men in Kate’s life grant her the forgiveness she can’t even find within herself?




~Trailer~


~My 5* Review~

It feels like I've been waiting for ages for this book! And then I was given a copy to review honestly and here we are. I've read it and spent no less than 5 days trying to write my review, trying to put my thoughts and feelings into words!

Throughout this series I've always been #TeamDaniel and even after reading Releasing Kate I'm still #TeamDaniel. That said I also think he's being a stubborn ass and needs a slap!!! ;)


This series so far has been one huge emotional roller coaster, and that roller coaster isn't over yet!

I made the mistake of attempting to read some of Releasing Kate whilst on my break at work, I only did this once though, why? because I could have cried my eyes out (not a good look in front of your work colleagues)!

In Releasing Kate we see another side of Michael, a side that almost makes me want to turn to #TeamMichael. But Daniel too shows another side; which at the right time is H.O.T, but at the wrong time makes him look like an ass!! 

I really do feel for all the characters in this book. I can feel their happiness, hurt, anger, pain and emotional turmoil too. The way in which their emotions and feelings come across make me feel as though I can understand how hard it must be for Kate to try and decide between Daniel and Michael. There are moments when Kate says or does something which makes me think that she already knows who she wants to be with but she doesn't want to hurt the other one. I really want to know what she writes in her journal too!! Who will she pick? (who would you pick?)

Dee has kept everything real, there are times when I've wondered if this is based on a true life experience! The multiple POV's have the potential to be confusing, however they're not as Dee clearly states who's POV we're reading.

The way Dee writes pulled me into the heart of everything, I always felt like I was there with the characters; never on the outside looking in. The level of emotion throughout the book is off the charts. Reading the other book in this series have all chipped away at my heart but Releasing Kate has shredded it completely!

This is another great book in an even greater series! If you haven't read this series/book yet then I recommend grabbing yourself a copy along with a cuppa, make yourself comfy and then lose yourself to Kate, Jess, Michael, Daniel, Connor and Marc!

A huge 5* from little ole me!

P.S. Dee c'mon where's the next book? I'm dying over here!! ;)

~Buy Links~

AMAZON | AMAZON UK | B&N | KOBO


~Other Books In The Acceptance Series~






~About The Author~

I'm a wife, a mom and a dog lover. I'm also a taxi, problem fixer, extreme multi-tasker and my kids biggest fan in anything that they do. I love to write, so when my career suddenly derailed I turned back to my love of writing. I married my high school sweetheart... how cool is that? Margaritas and sarcasm make me happy. Chocolate makes that happiness grow exponentially. People who make me laugh are my favorite kind of people. I believe Karma is a bitch who slaps back hard and that mean people suck. I'm California born and raised, I love the beach but hate the sand. The Acceptance Series is my first series with more books to come soon.
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