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For Quinn Collins, buying the flower shop in downtown Harbor Pointe fulfills a childhood dream, but also gives her the chance to stick it to her mom, who owned the store before skipping town twenty years ago and never looking back. Completing much-needed renovations, however, while also competing for a prestigious flower competition with her mother as the head judge, soon ...more
Paperback, 416 pages
Published June 5th 2018 by Tyndale House Publishers (first published June 2018)
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Susan
Jun 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Just Let Go

Courtney Walsh



Keep the tissues close by as you are reading JUST LET GO by Courtney Walsh. She will have your emotions all over the place. Once I started reading, it was very hard to stop! The twists and turns made it impossible to put down, as I had to know what was going to happen to Quinn after being abandoned by her mother when she was a child. What an awesome story. All of Courtney's characters feel genuine and relatable and put your emotions on one heck of a roller coaster ride.
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Jen.
Jan 17, 2018 rated it really liked it
I love stories set in small, quirky, touristy towns. And, if the main character lives in the apartment above the business she owns on the main street, even better!

Quinn Collins is the owner of Forget-Me-Not Flower Shop, the same store her mother owned when she was a child. The store is the only tie Quinn has to her mother, the woman who abandoned her when she was nine years old. Quinn is a woman with a routine. Her friends and family can set their clocks by her. She never leaves town. At 28 year
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Amy
Mar 13, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Can anyone say "Michigan Winter" and get excited?!! Not for me that's for sure, and I live here. It may not be the most appropriate time to make your vacation plans to the beautiful shoreline of Lake Michigan, it certainly is the right time for ski season. For Olympian Grady Benson, nothing else has ever come before skiing in his life. Not since childhood. His reckless drive to win at all costs and his fearless lifestyle has led him to the top, only to find he has come crashing down in recent mo ...more
Katie W
I love watching the Olympics and often wonder about the high-profiled lives some of those athletes lead--especially the ones who are the rebels. Grady finds himself stuck in small-town Michigan one winter and the timing couldn't be worse. It's do or die with his career and a judge decides he needs to learn a lesson. The small-town feels and quirkiness really shine through and it was fun to see all of that through Grady's eyes.

It's so enjoyable to watch a character soften, become more likable, an
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Brittany
I have to start by saying how much I love the cover of this book. I love the way the guy on the cover is a little blurry, leaving room for the imagination. I love the colors and I love the beautiful font for the title. I also really loved book one of this series, so I was very hopeful that Just Let Go would live up to my expectations…and it did!

Grady and Quinn were opposites in many ways, especially at the opening of this novel. I was absolutely enthralled with both of their journeys. They each
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Heidi Robbins (Heidi Reads...)
I love that the characters in this story are honestly and realistically flawed, undergoing a journey of transformation, redemption, and healing. Quinn's love for floral design isn't the only thing motivating her to buy the flower shop and enter the competition. Her unresolved issues with the mother who abandoned her are very much a part of proving herself and hoping to be good enough for her mother to reconnect. I wondered why Quinn didn't just search her mother out, but what she really is looki ...more
Sydney
Such a fabulous read! Review coming soon!
Madison
May 12, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Just Let Go is as delightful as its gorgeous cover; a beautiful story of redemption, forgiveness, and starting over, of learning to work for your dreams and learning when to let go.

Grady is a professional skier, Olympian, and, according to the world, a wash-up bound for forced retirement. A self-imposed road trip leads Grady to Harbor Pointe, where a judgmental comment leads to a fist-fight, which leads to Grady being sentenced to weeks of community service and being stuck in the infuriatingly
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Carole Jarvis
Jul 01, 2018 rated it it was amazing
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If ever a story swept me up and wouldn’t let go, it’s Courtney Walsh’s new release, Just Let Go. Walsh is one of those outstanding contemporary writers who pack lots of complexity beneath the surface of what looks like a simple opposites-attract romance, leaving you questioning if they will ever get together. Well written, with snappy dialogue and subtle humor, Just Let Go thoroughly entertains.

The setting of Harbor Pointe, Michigan, is a dra
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Denise Hershberger
May 12, 2018 rated it really liked it
I’ve been looking forward to getting back to the town where Just Look Up took place and wasn’t disappointed! Don’t be alarmed if you haven’t read the first book as this one works just fine as a standalone. However, since Just Look Up was my absolute favorite book of last year and I talked about it all the time I’m hoping my regular followers have picked it up and read it by now!

I really enjoyed getting to know Grady. Sometimes it is nice to have a hero that isn’t perfect. In fact, he was one of
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Mary Jackson _TheMaryReader
Apr 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: 2018
I fell in love with this book. as always Walsh has given us a sweet romance that we will not soon forget.

I am not a ski slop person, but the flower shop was right up my alley.

I loved the tension and the happily ever after.

All I can say is this is a must read 4 star book that I recommend.





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Courtney Clark
Jun 21, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Balanced with humor and an endearing and well-meaning “community”, Just Let Go explores the vulnerability, pain, and joy that comes with risking your heart — whether it be for romance, reconciliation, or forgiveness that was never requested.

Just Let Go is contemporary romance perfection! With a couple you just want to have breakfast with, a faith journey that is relevant and worth the work, a picturesque setting with lovable supporting characters, and an opposites-attract romance that progresses
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Kate
Jul 08, 2018 rated it really liked it  ·  review of another edition
I really liked this 'Harbor Pointe' book. I liked seeing Lane and Ryan from the first book, and some of the other minor characters in that story, but really enjoyed getting to know Quinn and her family. Like Quinn, I wasn't so sure about Grady at first, but I really grew to enjoy him as well.
I liked how the author brought faith into the story: how it was an integral part of Quinn's life, but how even she needed to learn to let go of some things and give them up to God. I liked how her family's e
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Rissi
Jun 07, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Shelves: review, 2018, favorites
Just Let Go By Courtney Walsh – Romantic Drama About Letting Go Of The Past

Despite loving the contemporary genre wholeheartedly, I feel like my list of auto-buy authors in this genre is still small. Talented authors like Denise Hunter, Melissa Tagg, and Becky Wade feature on this list. Also, one of my more recent discoveries is Courtney Walsh. Her novel, Change of Heart swept me up into its story and wouldn’t let go. Now her latest release, Just Let Go has done the same. Only in contrast to the
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Carrie Schmidt (Reading is My SuperPower)
4.5 stars

“Sometimes, Quinn, we have to get out of our comfort zone in order to see what else God has for us.”

Oh how I love Courtney Walsh’s novels, and Just Let Go is one of my new faves! Authentically flawed (even the Christians – gasp!), real characters whose weekly brunch you absolutely want to crash, people you want to hang out with as friends. A quaint town with shops you want to visit and a Winter Carnival you’re itching to attend. A gentle-but-convicting (and not preachy) message about le
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Kara
Jul 07, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: contemporary, romance
After loving so many other books by Ms. Walsh, I could not wait to read this one! Happily, I was anything but disappointed. Ms. Walsh has a way of writing characters that stay with me. I can't "let go" of them! (Sorry, couldn't resist. ;) Their emotions are always so relatable and somehow I find myself easily connecting with them. They feel real, with hardships, happinesses, confusing relationships, and all manner of ups and downs. So kudos to you, Ms. Walsh! I am most certainly a big fan.

I thin
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Becky Van Daniker
Jun 22, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Courtney Walsh gets better and better with every book that she writes! “Just Let Go” is the second novel in the Harbor Point series. This time we get to visit Quinn, a local florist, and Grady, a world famous Olympic skiier. These are the kind of characters that you want to have join you at the breakfast table, an incredible faith journey, and a beautiful opposites attract romance that melts the heart.

Quinn is not your wild and untamed kind of woman. She enjoys her predictable and quiet life in
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Laura
Jun 29, 2018 rated it it was amazing
JUST LET GO is, I think, the first book I read by Courtney Walsh and I'm intrigued enough by it that I am going to look up her previous books--or at least the ones in this series: Just Look Up (I think that is all in this series, I may be wrong.)



I absolutely LOVED the host of secondary characters. Betsy with her sweet, shy personality and her wild hair, the Sheriff and Judge, best friends, firm, yet quirky, and numerous others.



At first I wasn't sure about Quinn and Grady -- Grady is rather expl
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Andi
Jun 29, 2018 rated it really liked it
Shelves: empty-shelf-2018
Courtney Walsh takes us back to Harbor Pointe the location of her first novel in this series, Just Look Up. In book two we see Ryan and Lane the main characters in Just Look Up, and meet Grady the Olympic skiier and local Harbor Pointe resident Quinn who has just acquired the flower shop.
Both Grady and Quinn have a past that they need to move on from. It's like they are cemented in time and can't get beyond what has happened to them, and seem afraid to try. Quinn is rooted in her small town and
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Rebecca
Jun 21, 2018 rated it really liked it
4.5 stars

" . . .it's amazing that something wild and untamed could be so beautiful."

There's nothing wild and untamed about Quinn Collins; she's living her dream as a small business owner in the small Michigan town of Harbor Pointe; enjoying her quiet, predictable, orderly, organized life that doesn't include any semblance of an interruption from a tall, handsome, sassy, flirty Olympic skier with a gargantuan sized ego and temper to match. It's the temper part that lands Grady Benson in trouble;
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Tammy G.
May 16, 2018 rated it really liked it
I'll be honest I picked this book based on the beautiful cover. Not only is the cover gorgeous but the story is pretty sweet too. Sometimes we just have to let go. Let go of petty ideas, prejudices and disappointments.
I like Quinn Collins. She has a lot of plans and ideas. But when her father and his funtastic friends jump in to help Quinn with her store renovations, Quinn finds herself in a much heated argument with a brazen, entitled skier, Grady Benson.
After the heated argument both Grady and
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Lisa
May 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
I've read all of Courtney's novels and I think this is among the best! I loved the characters and Harbor Pointe made me think a little bit of Stars Hollow (Gilmore Girls). The town really came alive for me and I could picture the shops and the unique characters sprinkled throughout the story. I loved the mismatched relationship between Quinn and Grady and the way their stories developed throughout the book.

Put this one on your summer reading list!

Disclosure: I received a copy of the book from th
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Jessica Baker (A Baker's Perspective)
Although this is the second book from the beautiful town of Harbor Pointe, it could be read as a standalone (although why would you want to when you have a talented author such as Courtney?). I am a huge fan of small towns, both in the real world and in my books. I can so easily connect with the community and spirit of the town from living in one myself. I could picture myself going to Quinn's flower shop on a regular basis, or grabbing a bite to eat at the diner. I could see how easily everyone ...more
Chautona Havig
Jun 30, 2018 rated it really liked it

Well, maybe it’s the delightfully flawed characters that feel so real you want to pick up the phone and call and say, “Hey… yeah. You blew it. But c’mon. The Lord forgives and you’ve got a lot of opportunities to do amazing things. Don’t give up now!

Quinn is still dealing with the pain of hurt and rejection, trying to live life in a self-created, work-driven bubble to protect herself from it. My only real objection to her is her name. Because I kept trying to see her as a guy. No, she’s not perf
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V. Palmer
Jun 26, 2018 rated it really liked it
Just Let Go is the perfect book to read when you need a really good excuse to avoid all those outside chores this summer! And maybe by the time you're done, you'll have a whole "wild and untamable" vision for your flower garden.


For me, that means another excuse to let it overgrown this summer and read! Hehe! ;-)


Revisit the adorable town of Harbor Pointe, spot a couple of your favorite characters, and fall in love with some new ones in Just Let Go! There's so much to love in this story that's swe
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Amy
Jul 06, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Just Let Go is a story of opposites attracts and of letting go of the past. Quinn is as steadfast as anyone can be. She is dependable; her friends can set their watches by her, reliable, and not a risk taker and maybe just a bit boring. She has just purchased her flower shop that is tied to her past and her dreams of her future. She has one goal, and that goal is to somehow get the attention of the mother who abandoned her family.

Grady on the other hand is reckless and a danger seeker. He is an
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Erin Cataldi
May 30, 2018 rated it liked it
Shelves: 2018
If more inspirational (christian) books were like this, I 'd probably read a ton more. It was gorgeously written and even though you know where the story will end, readers will have an enjoyable time getting to the conclusion. Set in a charming Michigan tourist town during the winter (ie the off-season), this slow burn romance captures all the butterflies, setbacks, misconceptions, and and wrong turns that eventually entwine the two main characters. Quinn has just bought the towns floral shop, a ...more
Sandy Griffin
May 17, 2018 rated it it was amazing
To be honest, when I first looked at this book I wasn't sure I'd enjoy it. I'm not a big fan of sappy romance or olympic hopefuls. Wow, was I ever in for a surprise. This book was every bit as delightful as it was emotional. It is an incredible reminder that no matter what out past holds, what baggage we carry with us, there is always redemption available, and always another chance to get it right. As someone who has struggled with rejection from my biological mother, this book definitely touche ...more
Suzie
May 24, 2018 rated it it was amazing
Courtney Walsh invites readers back to the small tourist town of Harbor Point, Michigan in her June release.

While Brooks and Lane make appearances, but this story is all about Grady and Quinn. Two people who are worlds apart and, at first glance, complete opposites.

Grady is a world-famous alpine skier, intent on winning gold at the next Olympics. Quinn has spent her entire life in Harbor Point, content running the local flower shop. But both of these characters hold so tightly to a goal, they’ve
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Ibjoy1953 Hannabass
Jul 04, 2018 rated it it was amazing
MY THOUGHTS ON THIS BOOK

I loved this book. So much so that I hated having to put it down for the non important things such as cleaning house or cooking dinner! Just Let Go was so realistic, so much like people everywhere today. And I love the Title because letting go and Letting God in on our problems would be so much easier than trying to fix them ourselves.

Quinn and Brady both had so many issues to fight through. But first they have to like each other because they didn’t get off to a very goo
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Courtney Walsh is a novelist, artist, theatre director, and playwright. Just Let Go will be her eighth inspirational romance novel. Her debut, A Sweethaven Summer, hit the New York Times and USA Today e-book bestseller lists and was a Carol Award finalist in the debut author category. A creative at heart, Courtney has also written two craft books and several full-length musicals. She lives in Illi ...more
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