Can't Let Go

  • by A.P. Jensen
  • Narrated by Beth Stewart
  • 6 hrs and 27 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Grace thought she had it all - a successful business in New York and a long-term relationship with Mitchell Price, most eligible bachelor and co-owner of her boutique. Everything comes to a crashing halt when Mitchell discovers a pregnancy test he believes belongs to Grace. Mitchell's reaction irreparably damages their relationship, and Grace leaves.
A year later, a tragic accident leaves Grace the sole guardian of her nine-month-old niece and turns her ordered life into chaos. Despite her attempts to keep Mitchell at arm's length, Grace is forced to accept help from the only man she's ever loved and doesn't know if she can trust.


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Action and Tension From the Start - Great Book!

Grace was raised by an abusive mother, "on the wrong side of the tracks." Grace knew from the time she was able to understand, that her mother purposely got pregnant with a high finance kind of guy, hoping that he would leave his wife for her, the mother of his child. However, he wanted nothing to do with Grace's mother or the child they had created. So, her mother used another way to get what she needed. Blackmail, as long as Grace's father paid her mother the secret circumstances of her birth and existence would be kept quiet.

Grace worked hard to get where she was, a owner of a boutique – well one half owner. The other half was owned by her former partner Mitchell. They have been dating seriously and exclusively for several years. However, a big misunderstanding had Mitchell hurling out horrible things about her mother, made an assumption about Grace which tore her heart out. She left immediately and tried to put the past behind.

A year later they happen to be at the same party and Mitchell concentrates on getting Grace back.

While the story seem to be a bit predictable at first, there were many twists and turns that I (an avid reader/listener) didn't expect and it added a lot to the plot. I was really impressed.

Beth Stewart did a great job in performing this book. She flawlessly narrates and maneuvers between male and female characters with no problem. I found her performance totally believable and not distracting at all, as can be the case with many very diverse characters. Again, she was great.

Notes: Mature themes, strong language and a little bit of violence.
Rating: R

I gave it four stars overall because it was near perfection. Well edited, as well. *I was given the book to listen to in exchange for my unbiased review.* I appreciate the chance to listen to books like this one. Both the author and the narrator are new to me but because of their great talents I have put them on my list of "approved" talent. This means that I will look for everything that either one has done and if it sounds interesting I will add it to my WishList.

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Can't let go

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Good strong characters, lots of angst, no easy forgiveness--for the most part. I felt the ending was a bit rushed. But all in all, a very good stroy and narration

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- Trixie

Book Details

  • Release Date: 10-16-2015
  • Publisher: A. P. Jensen