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

AUDIOBOOK REVIEW: LAUREN BLAKELY – P.S. IT’S ALWAYS BEEN YOU – PART IIP.S. It's Always Been You - Part II by Lauren Blakely
Also by this author: The Real Deal, Unzipped
Also in this series: P.S. It's Always Been You: Part 3
Series: P.S. It's Always Been You #2
Published by Audible Original on February 4, 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 32 mins
Cliffhanger: Yes

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three-half-stars

I was pretty good at living without regrets until a way too close call during a skydive. Instead of my life flashing before my eyes, I saw one face, one regret that’s been gnawing at me ever since—Presley. And now I know I have to win her back at any cost. Fate steps in when we discover hidden stories from the past. And they’re an opportunity I can’t pass up. The just might be the path back to the woman I let get away while we chase down a love story a hundred years in the making.

P.S. IT’S ALWAYS BEEN YOU: PART 2

by Lauren Blakely

I honestly think that Scott Eastwood could become a fabulous narrator if he practiced a little. Yes, his narration is a little monotone but he’s a great actor so I’m sure that’ll be easy to fix. One thing he does have to work on is his flow…or rather to go back and re-record if the sentence goes somewhere else than he thinks it does and consequently messes up the melody and emphasis. I still love listening to his voice though so I really hope we’ll have more books recorded with him as a narrator.

Hunter and Presley are dancing around each other for a while until they actually move forward in their relationship. I was hoping that Hunter would put her first and my hopes were partially fulfilled. He did make a weird choice after they got closer but he didn’t wait too long to rectify and explain. I appreciated that although I think he still has to proof that he understands that Presley is worth more than picking up a phone call at a time phones shouldn’t be on his mind at all…or take a job and not dealing with his feelings for Presley for the next ten years. We’ll see if he is going to live up to my expectations.

three-half-stars

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2 Comments

    • Thank you, Angela!

      Never listen to KA’s At Peace. That has the worst narrator ever.
      I’m picky too – Scott Eastwood isn’t awful by any stretch. He just needs to observe and learn from the big ones in the business. He could be really good.

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