My rating: 5 of 5 stars
If you’ve read Let’s Connect, you’ll recognize Robin in Let’s Go Out as Dan’s almost love interest. In Book 2 of the Let’s Connect series, the reader gets to know Robin and his challenges. His agoraphobia is so well written that I felt I was experiencing his anxiety and fears in real time.
The slow burn fits the character and the plot perfectly. Robin takes baby steps, some of them backwards, in venturing out into the world beyond his home. And Sean is the perfect love interest for Robin. He’s patient, understanding, and kind. The inclusion of side characters–Kaleb, Sean’s son, and Barrett, Robin’s colleague and best friend–round out Robin’s story without taking away from Robin’s struggles and progress.
Let’s Go Out is sweet, sometimes sad, and relevant to the reality of today’s pandemic-driven isolation some of us feel.
I highly recommend.
***Massive thanks to the author for an advanced copy in exchange for an honest review.***