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  • When We Let Go is chock-full of warmth, heartache, and hope. This moving story explores the bond between a mother and daughter joined by circumstance rather than DNA and is perfect for anyone who's ever had to start over. The story is simply beautiful in its unfolding.

    Tracey Garvis Graves
    New York Times bestselling author of Heard It in a Love Song.
  • Sometimes, it’s WHEN WE LET GO that we truly learn how to live. With vivid characters, perfect pacing, and unexpected twists, this story grabbed me from the first page and held my heart until the very end. Rochelle Weinstein has proven herself as a master storyteller.

    Kristy Woodson Harvey
    New York Times Bestselling Author of The Wedding Veil
  • In WHEN WE LET GO, Rochelle Weinstein writes of Avery, a woman who finds herself on a trip to confront the painful losses of her past while forging an unlikely intergenerational bond with her fiancée’s teenage daughter.  With the strong voice and insightful prose for which she has become known, Weinstein builds a powerful and memorable story of homecoming, first love, second chances, the truths that set us free and the families we find for ourselves.

    Pam Jenoff
    NYT Bestselling Author of THE WOMAN WITH THE BLUE STAR
  • Rochelle Weinstein creates compelling, authentic characters I didn't want to let go of in this deeply heartfelt novel about love, loss and the family ties that can break us—and make us whole. I absolutely loved it.

    Colleen Oakley
    USA Today bestselling author
  • Every one of Rochelle Weinstein’s novels is compulsively readable—but When We Let Go takes her enviable talent to the next level. Insightful, exacting, and brimming with empathy, this story of second chances is Weinstein at her very best.

    Camille Pagán
    Bestselling Author of Everything Must Go
  • Poignant and heartfelt, this one truly shines.

    Allison Winn Scotch
    NY Times Bestselling Author
  • Readers who enjoy watching a protagonist’s journey to emotional truths will appreciate this story of a woman struggling to determine how hers ends.

  • The journey to the inevitable ending still manages to take some fascinating turns along the way

    Library Journal
  • An immediately and exceptionally engaging novel by a writer with an impressive knack for the kind of narrative storytelling style that rewards the reader with a story that will linger in the mind and memory long after the book is finished.

    Midwest Book Review
  • In Rochelle B. Weinstein’s latest, This Is Not How It Ends, Charlotte Myers is caught between two love stories—neither of which she expected, both of which come with great loss. Poignant and evocative, Weinstein has crafted a story that draws you in and won’t let go. Keep the tissues nearby, especially for the heartbreaking yet gratifying conclusion. A wonderfully moving read!

    Karma Brown
    Bestselling Author of The Life Lucy Knew