REVIEW: LAUREN BLAKELY – P.S. IT’S ALWAYS BEEN YOU – PART III

REVIEW: LAUREN BLAKELY – P.S. IT’S ALWAYS BEEN YOU – PART IIIP.S. It's Always Been You: Part 3 by Lauren Blakely
Also by this author: The Real Deal, Unzipped
Also in this series: P.S. It's Always Been You - Part II
Series: P.S. It's Always Been You #3
Published by Audible Original on February 11, 2020
Genres: Contemporary Romance
Tropes: Second Chance
Format: Audiobook
Source: Audible
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Narrator: Andi Arndt, Saskia Maarleveld, Zachary Webber, Scott Eastwood
Length: 2 hrs and 34 mins
Cliffhanger: No

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three-half-stars

Hunter Armstrong sauntered back into my life unexpectedly, all lopsided grin, mischievous eyes and rugged determination. Not to mention a huge heart. He’s nearly impossible to resist, but that’s what I have to do as we follow the clues in a trail of love letters from a century ago. But with every new twist in the story, this treasure hunter seems to set his sights more firmly on reclaiming my heart. I desperately want to believe him, but the trouble is I don’t know if I’m simply getting swept up in the past, or if we can truly try again for a brand new present.

P.S. IT’S ALWAYS BEEN YOU: Part 3

by Lauren Blakely

The last installment in this little series was everything I hoped for story-wise. We continue to follow Hunter and Presley on their scavenger hunt that makes both of them realize that love is worth fighting for. I said after the first part that I hope that Hunter finally puts Presley first. And he came through in a big way, grand gesture and all.

Overall I really enjoyed their love story and it’s so fitting that we send them into their happily ever after in the week of love. I adored the epilogue and I think we can expect a story about Hunter’s friend Trevor which I’m really looking forward to! I do think that making this a three part story and releasing them with just enough time between parts to lose the story’s dynamic did the story a disservice. The drive was taken out of it.

All the narrators did an excellent job, although I still think Scott needs some practice to make some of his narration sound a little more natural and fluid but I’m not mad that I got to listen to him. We get a little Zach Webber and Saskia Maarleveld cameo again and they do a lovely job and really add to the experience.

three-half-stars

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