Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Book Review: Let It Be Us (Barbara Speak)

 Let it be Us
By:  Barbara Speak

Genres: Romance, Contemporary Romance, Young Adult

Montana has become everything Arianna Dubray never wanted it be. Home. Now, with every part of her Boston life behind her, she has all she needs to watch her future unfold in her little country life: her sister, Shelby, and the man that captured her heart and never let go, Canyon Michaels.
But Canyon was sure Arianna was never coming back, and in the midst of his excitement, he doesn't reveal the one thing that could shatter his dreams of being with her for the rest of his life.
When every secret comes to light, the only thing left to do is to leave their love in fate's hands.

**This is the follow up to the best selling novel, Let it be Me and should be read in order** 

A few days ago I reviewed the first book in this series, Let it be Me (which can be found here), and made a promise to myself that I would review the follow up before picking up another book.  I failed....but I imagine that there are far worse problems to have.  

Okay, let's do this.  

I am so sad to say that this book ended up being a bit of a disappointment, and at times it felt like it was written by a completely different author, than Let it be Me.  I will say that the story of Canyon and Arianna continued, answering many questions that were left unanswered, but at the same time, new situations arose that were barely skimmed over.  It was almost like the passion that could be felt in every page of Let it be Me died out before Let it be Us was completed.  This book contained some very heartfelt issues that I feel should have been explored a bit deeper.  Obviously, I'm only one person and I truly hope that everyone reading this review will give Let it be Us a chance and continue the journey of Canyon and Arianna. 

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