Let It Be Me by Becky Wade // Review


After a troubled childhood Sebastian Grant has made a career out of fixing hearts, but is his own in danger when he falls hard and fast for the one woman he can't have?

High School Math Teacher Leah Montgomery is shocked to discover a secret that puts her world in a tailspin, she has worked hard raising her younger brother and never thought that she was cut out for romance. I loved her relationship with Dylan and how she is devoted to giving him the best, and is worried about his future. 

An engaging multi-layered read, with familiar faces from the previous novels in the series. There was definitely some great chemistry between Sebastian and Leah, and I liked the winding plot that kept me on my toes. While this wasn't my usual kind of book, I found it to be enjoyable. I really liked how the Colemans took Sebastian in and became the family that he needed in his life. But I wasn't comfortable with the idea of forgiving God. 

Overall, a well written contemporary romance, filled with tension, relationship building, friendship, and stepping into the unknown. I would definitely read a book about Ben finding someone nice in the future! 

I received a complimentary copy of this book. Opinions expressed in this review are completely my own.

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