Book Review: Just Let Me Love You (Judge Me Not #3) by S.R. Grey



No one ever said a lasting love would be easy.

When Chase and Kay hit the streets of Las Vegas, the goal is simple—rescue Will, Chase’s brother, from making the biggest mistake of his young life. But keeping Will out of trouble turns out not to be the only obstacle in Chase and Kay’s path. Finding himself back in the city that broke him, Chase’s heartbreaking past threatens to derail all the progress he’s made.

However, Chase is determined not to let that happen.

While striving to help Will before he implodes, Chase seeks to come to terms with the things that almost destroyed him. He soon discovers that the answers to the most complicated questions sometimes lie in one’s own heart. You just have to be willing to dig deep enough to find them.

Can Chase succeed in doing that?

Just Let Me Love You is a story of healing, letting go, and trusting love to guide you. The conclusion of the Judge Me Not trilogy brings everything full circle.

New Adult Romance 
*mature themes including explicit sex scenes and profanity* 


5 Star Review
This is the third and last book in the Judge Me Not Series. It starts with Chase and Kay in a mad dash around the streets of Las Vegas looking for Will who is Chase’s little brother. Will is fifteen and thinks he can handle things with his girlfriend’s perv of a step dad but he is on a path of that could lead to his a major trouble for the young man. 
Chase and Kay relationship has been building throughout the last two books. These are two people who will have to first work around their pasts in order to have a future that is bright. Chase helped Kay deal with her gulit over her sister’s death and move forward and now its time of Kay to help Chase deal with his issues with his dad’s death and his guilt of letting down his brother when he went to jail. 
Chase sees his brother going down a path that he himself went down and is doing everything he can to prevent it. Can going back to Las Vegas to help Will erase all Chase’s progess thus far? 
In order to help Will, Chase has to take a hard look at his past mistakes. He must has to battle his past and find the way to make peace of everything that happened that led him to drugs in the first place. Can Chase just let Kay love him for who he is? Or will his demons just be too large to battle and move forward with Kay? But Can Chase  really succeed in doing that so he can move forward with Kay and feel he deserves her? 
This was my favorite book of the three books in this series. I loved the transformation of the characters in this book. There are many that evolve and some who don’t. This is a really great book of healing, letting go, moving on, and feeling worthy of someone else’s love.  There is so much character growth and so many emotional parts that had me in tears. Its a wonderful book and a great series. Would you battle your demons for true love? Its a story full of love and what they say love can conquer all.
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