Book Blitz: Just Let Me Love You (Judge Me Not #3) by S.R. Grey-Bianca's Review, Excerpt, and Giveaway
I received a complimentary copy in exchange for an honest review.
Dear Chase Gartner...how I love you...let me count the ways...
“I’m branded by him, by his love, by his intensity.”
This should be a review, but it may seem like a love letter to the main character, Chase (and maybe the author too). Just Let Me Love you is the third book in one of my favorite series, EVER. The ending is bittersweet. While I never want to say goodbye, the ending to Chase and Kay’s story was everything I wanted for them and more...
“Hey, I know you’re strong because you ground me. You give me stability, Kay Stanton. You make me right. And trust me...that is no small feat.”
The Judge Me Not Series ended on a high note for me. It remains as one of my favorite series of all time as the story and it’s characters have had my heart since book one. Just Let Me Love You picks up where book 2, Never Doubt Me, ends. Chase’s brother Will is in trouble, and Chase knows he needs to go to Vegas to save him. Chase knows where this kind of trouble will lead to and he does not want him to succumb to the fate he did so many years ago. While hesitant to let Kay be by his side during this dangerous time, Chase knows Kay is his heart, and one cannot breathe nor live without their heart.
“My heart belongs to you, Kay, all of it. But I don’t know if that’s enough.”
I will refrain from discussing the plot as any lover of this series needs to experience it. What I can say is that Chase and Kay have come so far since the beginning of their relationship, and the last book truly demonstrates how much they have evolved as a couple. They both harbor a lot of pain in their past, but this time around much stronger. Because of their love, they found the strength to accept their past and not allow it to dictate their present and future. To put it simply...their love heals.
“I do let you love me.” I tell her
“So, let me love you more.”
Just Let Me Love You is a brilliant and beautiful story of what happens when two individuals find their missing piece in another. When darkness threatens, but love overcomes. As with the first two books, the writing is seamless and engaging. You are not reading the story, you are in it. The entire time. I can easily say that Chase is definitely in my top 5 favorite male characters. He has so much heart. His love for Kay and even his family knows no boundaries. I feel his love. In his words. In his actions. In just about everything. His love shatters any limit you thought love had. His love has no limits. No end point. His love defies darkness. His love is light.
“Put in the simplest terms, when Kay breathes, I breathe.”
Love is a four letter word that cannot be explained into words, it is felt. And that is exactly how I feel about this series, especially with this last book. You are never told about Chase and Kay’s love. The author allows you to feel it. It’s intensity, it’s passion. Even with Chase’s dark past, love brought him to Kay. Even with Kay’s tragic past, she finds a great love in Chase. She finds herself again the moment her soul meets his. He loves with his entire being and heart. He loves her with everything. And more. Their love steals your breath and gives you life all at the same time. The Judge Me Not Series is so much more deeper than anything I can explain. It’s a journey. It’s a story with characters that will bury themselves in your heart and never leave. Thank you to the author for sharing her characters and their heartfelt story on love and healing. Chase is in my heart forever.
“It’s you Kay, You are my home.”
Scrubbing his hand down his face, he says, “My heart belongs to you, Kay…all of it.” He sighs. “But I don’t know if that’s enough.”
“What do you mean?”
“My heart is all cut up, baby girl. Part of my heart died when my father died. And part of it is wrecked from my past.”
My own heart aches at hearing his words. I can feel his pain.
“My heart’s all parceled up, too,” I remind him.
He looks over at me, sadness in his blues. “There’s still more than enough for me,” he whispers.
I place my hand on his chest, right where his heart is. “There’s more than enough in here”—I tap his chest—“for me, too.”
The Judge Me Not Series
I Stand Before You (Judge Me Not #1)
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Never Doubt Me (Judge Me Not #2)
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