Friday, October 5, 2018

Can’t Let Go by Chrissy Brown

Can’t Let Go
A Georgia Boys Novel
Book One
Chrissy Brown

Genre: Contemporary Romance

Date of Publication: July 19, 2018

ISBN: 978-1717837547

Number of pages: 301
Word Count: 55000

Book Description:


She is beautiful, probably the most beautiful girl I've ever seen, but she's damaged. Her a-hole exboyfriend broke her. I still want her. I can show her that all men aren't the same. That I'm different. But time isn't on my side, I've only got a few weeks to make her mine before she's gone forever.


He's everything I need to stay away from, handsome, cocky, and irresistible. I try to resist him. I really do, but he's relentless. Against my better judgment, I give in and let him have me. All of me. I should have known better.

Can’t Let Go is a heart-warming love story about Beau, a country boy with a heart of gold, and Mallory, a woman scorned. The timing couldn’t be more wrong, but sometimes someone walks into your life and you just can’t let them go.



Two days. It’s
been two days without Mallory, and I’m going fucking crazy. I miss her so much
it hurts. I didn’t know it was possible to fall for somebody so fast and so
hard. It sucks; being alone sucks.
Days are hard.
Nearly every place I go triggers a memory, but nights are even harder. Every
time I close my eyes I see her face. Her heart breaking over and over again in
my dreams. I don’t know if my memories are becoming clearer as time goes on or
if my mind has started filling in the blanks. My nightmares get so bad I can’t
sleep unless I black out.
Every breath
hurts, every movement, even something as simple as getting out of bed in the
morning is a struggle. The guilt of knowing how much I hurt her and the
loneliness I feel inside eats me alive.
I spend my days
wondering what she’s doing.
Is she okay?
Is she still
Is she curled up
on the couch watching Mama Mia and trying to forget me?
Is she out
drinking herself to death like I am as I try to block out the pain?
 Or, the worst one of all, did she get over me
and move on to someone new? I think that thought tears me up the most. I know
we haven’t been apart long, but the phrase “to get over someone you have to get
under someone else” haunts me.
Thinking about
her in some other man’s arms, his lips kissing her soft skin, his hands roaming
her body, makes me sick.  The only thing
that helps numb the suckiness that has become my life is the whiskey.
I grab the
bottle of Jack beside my bed and take a swallow, then chase it down with
another and another until the pain doesn’t hurt quite as much. But no matter
how much I drink, there’s always a dull ache that is Mallory.

About the Author:

Chrissy Brown is a Contemporary Romance and New Adult Romance author. She lives in Central Florida with her husband, twin girls, two dogs, and the neighborhood cat.

She enjoys the simple things in life, like cuddling on the couch watching movies with her family, reading, Netflix, and beach trips. She reads two to three books a week, but favors stories with strong women, true love, and steamy scenes.

When Chrissy is not sitting at her computer, fantasizing about gorgeous country boys, she is teaching third graders how amazing books are...and writing, and math. She has also been an amature wedding photographer and a CNA (to which she gives kuddos but says never again.)

T's Stuff  Interview with Chrissy Brown
Do your characters seem to hijack the story or do you feel like you have the reigns of the story?
Oh, they love to hijack! I like to pre-plan and every so often something comes out of the left field and I’m like “what?” It’s fun and frustrating all at once.
Convince us why you feel your book is a must read.
Because it’s amazing! Amazingness aside, it’s a fun story that’s believable. Don’t get me wrong I love a story with an absurdly handsome man with more money than God, but that’s not Beau. He’s a simple country boy who dropped out of school to help out on his family’s farm. Mallory is beautiful (as all girls are) but she is damaged. The kind of damaged every girl feels after a heart break. What I love about this story is it’s a reminder to the readers that they are “worth it.” But I’m getting into the deep stuff, there’s a lot of fun and steamy scenes too. When reading Can’t Let go you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, and you’ll get the happy ending you’re rooting for.
Have you written any other books that are not published?
The second installment in the Georigia Boys Series, Come A Little Closer, isn’t published yet. It follows Kevin and his childhood crush who comes back and turns his world upside down. I also have a sci-fi story called Ethereal was published for a limited amount of time. It may make an appearance again.
Pen or type writer or computer?
Computer for writing, pen for editing.
Anything you would like to say to your readers and fans?

If you decide to read Can’t Let Go, thank you! If you’re on the fence about reading it, Can’t Let Go is free with KindleUnlimited.

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