Let It Be Me

  • by Barbara Speak
  • Narrated by Lauren Sweet
  • 10 hrs and 50 mins
  • Unabridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

Arianna Dubray is nothing like the girl she left in Baltimore. Once a Prada shoe wearing, Michael Kors bag carrying, on top of the world 17-year-old girl, Arianna knew that her life would never be the same when she got out of the car in middle-of-nowhere Montana.
Canyon Michaels is the keeper of his own dark secrets. Plagued by his family name, he's forced to prove the town wrong and make it on his own.
The last thing Arianna needs is a reason to stay, but with every passing day the decision to leave becomes harder. Once their paths cross nothing can tear them apart, other than the secrets that start to surface and the nightmares that soon become their reality.

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This book is more than it's sexy cover!

I really liked Arianna and Canyon. I can’t imagine anyone not liking them. ESPECIALLY Canyon! The story grabbed me right from the beginning with a good amount of suspense. It was obvious that they both had a past to deal with that was affecting how they lived in the present. I couldn’t wait to find out what had happened to them that got them to where they were.

I liked the narrator, Lauren Sweet. She did a good job reading the book. However, the voice that she used for Arianna’s little sister Shelby was a bit grating at first but eventually I was ok with it, probably because Shelby was a super sweet and very smart girl.

Also, I do like to stare at this cover… I may have stared at it a couple times just while I was typing this. Two words: YES, PLEASE!

I am now looking forward to listening to the follow up book Let It Be Us to find out where Arianna and Canyon go next.
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- Stefter (Teresa I.)

Misleading title to a great story.

I didn't quite understand the titles reference but I am glad I had the chance to listen to this book. Lauren Sweet did a fantastic job of narration and moved effortlessly between male and female characters. I have become a fan.
Barbara's writing is more sophisticated than I expected with this type of book and I really enjoyed the way she spun this tale. There were some unexpected turns in the story which added real depth to the overall appeal to the book.
Without giving away any spoilers, I was a bit taken a back by the 'attitude' of the main character about what she was into in the build up to the story reveal. I also found it quite amusing how many times the word 'shower' was used in this book. I mean it's great to be clean but it felt like the same line was used in every chapter.
I would gladly recommend the book, the author and the narrator. It's a book that I will listen to again.
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- Janine

Book Details

  • Release Date: 04-08-2016
  • Publisher: Barbara Speak