3 Stars for Let It Go by Sid Love – #MM #Holiday

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Title: Let it Go
Author Name: Sid Love
Publication Date & Length: January 1, 2015 – 72pgs

Synopsis

“Everyone tells me to stay away from him. But if only I knew how to resist him…”

Goa isn’t supposed to be on Damon O’Neil’s list of places to stay while working in India. It’s merely a substitute for his planned trip to visit his sister in Paris for Christmas and the New Year. His boss had other ideas. He’s sent Damon to carry out urgent upgrades to the company’s offshore units and Damon can’t say no.

When Damon encounters an extra-spicy curry, a handsome Indian guy named Virat comes to his rescue. Damon is instantly smitten with his looks, and especially with his cute smile. But Damon soon realizes he is very much out of his league when Virat introduces his new wife.

However, there might just be a chance Virat isn’t all he pretends to be

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Review

ThreeStar

Let It Go is an appealing, quick read. Damon, our American hero, is likable and his observations on his work-traveled India intriguing. He develops a crush on Virat, who is recently married and on honeymoon in the same resort as Damon. Did I mention it’s Christmas?
Sexual frustration spins and crescendos pleasantly between them. There’s infidelity and manipulation, which may not appeal to every reader. The writing is not strong and I found it a slow start but as it began to build, I got a appropriately swept away.
I laud the cultural contrast presented. Virat is his own man, no stereotype, and India’s political and cultural issues even sneak into a paragraph or two.
C.E. Case

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